Fire crews in Jefferson County and Lewis and Clark County continue to battle or mop up multiple wildfires sparked by afternoon thunderstorms Tuesday.
A federal judge in Great Falls ruled Tuesday that large donors to nonprofit groups must once again disclose their identities to maintain their tax-exempt status.
James Jensen was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison and three years of supervised release on charges related to repeated sexual abuse of dozens of male student-athletes.
A new report from UM shows Montana has the oldest average workforce in the region.
The move comes just over two years after the agency said the grizzly bear population had improved enough to warrant delisting.
Bullock mixed it up with the front-runners, often by trying to portray himself as the more moderate, practical alternative.
Firefighters responded to four new fires reported Tuesday. Some residents surrounding these fires were evacuated.
County officials are thanking the Helena community for the strong support of the firefighters battling the North Hills Fire.
Police say a man was stabbed early Tuesday morning in downtown Billings near the public library.
The Montana Highway Patrol reports that one man died dead after crashing his SUV Tuesday morning.
Sen. Jon Tester and other members of Congress are watching the USFS to see how it allocates funding and resources under a new spending package passed last year.
The Red Cross advises that people need to take initiative to be ready in case an emergency evacuation is ordered.
Gov. Bullock’s late entry into the race saw him closed out of the Miami debates, but on Tuesday night, be given his introduction to a national audience of Democratic voters.
Seat belt use was on the rise in 2018 and the number of fatalities was at its lowest point in nearly 30 years.
The original civil suit was filed against James Jensen and the Miles City Unified School District, where plaintiffs allege the school knew about Jensen’s actions and never did anything to stop it.