The National Weather Service reports that thousands of lightning strikes have been reported across Western Montana.
July 14, 2019
The Boys and Girls Club of Glacier Country has picked up a $1 million grant that will fill crucial gaps in their programs.
Six males and three females were pulled from the Yellowstone River a little before 6 p.m. on Saturday.
Witnesses said that the helicopter seemed to be shaking as it fell and crashed near Highway 200 about 40 miles east of Jordan.
In a secret election, more than 550 nurses cast their ballots and 65% of those nurses were in support of unionizing.
Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks has some advice for you to keep the river clean and keep you safe.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a magnitude 4.0 earthquake was recorded almost two miles northwest of Manhattan at around 8 p.m. Saturday night.
Medicaid expansion, approved by the Legislature in 2015 and reauthorized this year, was one of the biggest issues before the 2019 Legislature.
There’s been a lot of music over the years at the Montana Folk Festival in Butte, but this year something different is taking place.
The Lolo Community Church is hosting a Canadian group that is cycling to raise money to Habitat for Humanity.
At least 16 people were taken to the hospital after high carbon monoxide and natural gas levels reportedly made several guests at a Butte hotel ill.
The concert is hosting artists from all around the country including some local artists from the Flathead Valley.
The smell of tacos and the sound of Latin music could be heard for blocks in downtown Missoula on Saturday.
Immigration authorities are expected to begin conducting raids in nine cities today, targeting about 2,000 immigrants who courts have ordered to be removed from the country.
The state has been working with county officials for a solution to improve the bridge at Woodside Crossing for the past several years.