“The windows were rattling and stuff and I looked up and there were flames probably eighty feet in the air.”
March 7, 2019
Wildlife officials in the Mission Valley report there has been sightings of two young grizzly bears in the valley this past week.
A nonprofit in the Flathead is looking to establish a low-barrier warming shelter for the homeless, regardless of substance dependencies or criminal record.
The death of a key witness in a pair of Missoula murders has led lawyers to reach a plea deal with the final defendant in the case.
At Wednesday’s committee meeting, City Council members approved the $1,529,318 reimbursement by a vote of 9-1, moving it for further discussion at Monday night’s regular meeting.
Calumet has issued a statement concerning the reported explosion and possible fire at the refinery in Great Falls.
American drinkers have a taste for premium alcohol, and that’s giving liquor from whiskey to tequila a boost.
A 4.5¢ increase in gasoline taxes enacted by the Legislature back in 2017 has gone far in helping Missoula County plan additional road projects.
Donations will provide after school and weekend food to more than 1,000 students at 17 different schools in Montana.
The Senate Finance Committee addressed actions that can be taken to help the state and country’s aging population.
Some young Lewis and Clark Elementary School students are stepping out of their comfort zones and into the spotlight.
Our Student of the Week for March 6, 2019, is Heather Hudson who is a senior at Hamilton High School.
The Montana Gambling Control Division partners with the Montana Council on Problem Gambling to make resources available to those who need it.
36-year-old Tara Bowman was killed in the blast, and her loss has left a lasting mark on many in the community.
Record breaking snowfall for the month of February in southwest Montana means really good news for our snowpack.