The Environmental Protection Agency is making plans to cover up Anaconda’s huge pile of mine waste for good.
April 8, 2019
Park County Deputy Brian Elliott-Pearson was flown by air ambulance to Billings for treatment.
The Firefighter Health and Safety Bill passed another hurdle Monday afternoon.
Two years after the Montana Legislature passed a bill to overhaul the state’s medical marijuana system, Democratic Sen. Tom Jacobson of Great Falls says more changes are still needed.
Around 6:55 p.m. Sunday, MPD received a call of a body discovered in an access tunnel under the interstate.
So far this year, the county installed chevron signs and concrete barriers to prevent cars from running off the road.
The Missoula City Council is expected to hear from northside business owners Monday night about concerns that the homeless are having some impacts on the neighborhood surrounding the Poverello Center.
A vintage hotel on N. Reserve Street will close its doors for good next month as the owners gear up to redevelop the property with new lodging.
HB658 will be on the Senate floor later this week, where it’s expected to pass and continue on a path to the desk of Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock, who has indicated that he supports it.
The male died after being shot multiple times at Lee’s Saloon on Billings’ south side Saturday.
A new Whitefish shuttle service run by Kurt Schram aims to make driving and parking in Glacier and Whitefish easier.
The total number of measles cases nationwide this year “is the second-greatest number of cases reported in the U.S. since measles was eliminated in 2000,” the CDC says.
A retired Great Falls Catholic priest pleaded guilty to one federal count of receipt of child pornography Monday.
The lawsuit was filed by solar developer Cypress Creek Renewables, Vote Solar and the Montana Environmental Information Center.
Wildlife biologists spent time trudging through the backcountry looking for the elusive fisher over the winter to help to learn more about Montana’s forest carnivores.