A plan to transform the Brooks Street corridor remains alive and consultants informing the project are expected in town this week to help move it forward.
March 25, 2019
Even with low enrollment at the University of Montana, private developers aren’t worried about keeping new off-campus student apartment complexes full.
Trooper Wade Palmer remains in a medically-induced coma in Salt Lake City Monday night.
Republicans in the Montana House voted Monday to increase state income-tax revenue — by repealing more than a dozen tax credits, including several that benefit installers of energy-conservation and alternative-energy systems.
The Interagency Bison Management Plan for this season calls for 600 to 900 bison to be culled from the Yellowstone herd.
Legislative Republicans and outdoor-recreation groups lined up Monday behind a bill they said would increase access through private land to “landlocked” public lands in Montana.
Yellowstone County authorities announced Monday that they have used DNA testing to identify a suspect in the 45-year-old murder of a Billings Heights couple.
Students from a number of universities were on hand at the White House event to talk about what they described as experiences with censorship on college campuses.
The act would have provided for a new missing persons specialist at the Montana Department of Justice, who would work closely with local, state, federal and tribal law enforcement agencies on missing persons cases.
Participating bars have access to a special Uber app, allowing them to request rides for customers who shouldn’t be driving.
Allen Duane Turman, 44, pleaded guilty to a charge of sexual exploitation of a child during a Nov. 29 hearing.
Chairman Alvin Not Afraid Jr. declared a state of emergency for the entire Crow Tribe due to flooding.
MTN News will be taking a closer look at the situation along the border, which President Trump has declared a national emergency over.
The contest is put on by the Montana Farm Bureau’s Montana Youth Agriculture Literacy project and designed for students in kindergarten through sixth grade.
The sale included 147 works of art, including 13 significant CM Russell works from private collections.