Water is one of Montana’s most precious resources, but as we know, too much of a good thing can be a bad thing.
March 15, 2019
Longtime MTN anchor and reporter Dennis Carlson passed away Friday at the age of 58.
School officials in Miles City saw evidence of sexual misconduct by a former longtime athletic trainer years ago but failed to report it, attorneys for victims allege in a new court filing Friday.
Lead testing for Kalispell schools has been pushed back after new regulations are being examined by the state.
The 20th annual Nate Chute event is this weekend, March 16 and 17, at Whitefish Mountain resort, marking 20 years of suicide prevention and awareness.
A Lewis and Clark County Judge sentenced Kaleb Taylor to two consecutive life sentences for the murder of his parents.
O’Brien’s liquor and Wine, owned by O’Brien Byrd in Columbia Falls has heavy Irish roots. O’Brien himself is half Irish and grew up in the Flathead Valley.
Westmoreland Coal Co. has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy and will operate as a new, privately held company.
One of the victims injured in a series of shootings on Thursday night and Friday morning has died.
“I think it’s going to be a real opportunity for people to finally see and hear what the differences are between the two proposed actions,” House Minority Leader Casey Schreiner, D-Great Falls, said this week.
A former U.S. Air Force service member admitted on March 14 to charges accusing him of enticing minor boys in Montana he met online into sending him sexually explicit images of themselves.
A late night shooting and early morning discovery led to a trooper winding up in critical condition in a Missoula hospital.
This week we go back to 2000 in the KPAX Archive as demonstrators rally against the widening of Highway 93 down the Bitterroot.
St. Patrick’s Day in Butte is a great time for a party, but there was a time in the mid-2000s when that party got a wee bit out of control – especially for the police.
A bill moving through the Legislature would allow microdistilleries to increase their alcohol production and still keep their tasting rooms.