Thanks to a grant from the Federal Transit Administration, six zero-emission electric buses will start driving on all routes in Missoula.
June 24, 2019
As Montana Rail Link gets ready to invest millions into new technology upgrades and safety modifications, a recent federal grant will also help in that mission.
Operators at the private, high-end Yellowstone Club in Big Sky have admitted to multiple state liquor-license violations.
The Flathead Hotshots have returned home after fighting the 800,000-acre Chuckegg Fire in Alberta.
JCR officials say the influx of new employees at the call center has also sparked interest in the mall which has lost a lot of stores in recent years.
Mo Shea was crowned Saturday in Glendive, according to the Miss Montana Scholarship Program.
Three people died in a two-vehicle accident Monday morning on U.S. Highway 93 North north of St. Ignatius.
The Montana Highway Patrol is investigating the death of a 53-year-old Billings man who crashed a motorcycle over the weekend.
Market transparency and true price discovery are two important priorities of the US Cattlemen’s Association.
The last piece of the South Crossing development off South Brooks Street will see the old International House of Pancakes building come down and replaced with an AT&T outlet.
Some 800 volunteers are needed to put on the annual Missoula Marathon and make sure the event runs smoothly.
Emergency crews are on the scene of an accident that has closed a section of US Highway 93 North between St. Ignatius and Ronan.
The Montana Highway Patrol reports that 45% of highway fatalities happen between the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends.
Two dozen people from different backgrounds, races, religions and 16 different countries had one thing in common this past Thursday.