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.
Crime and Courts
The Saint Ignatius community is reeling — and the fire department can’t pay for new gear — after a town leader is arrested on embezzlement charges.
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.
Law enforcement continues to investigate the death of a toddler and his parents after a routine traffic stop turned deadly.
Police say a man was stabbed early Tuesday morning in downtown Billings near the public library.
Judge Ed McLean rejected Markus Kaarma’s latest legal moves in Missoula County District Court.
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.
A woman who is accused of embezzling over $59,000 from the Saint Ignatius Firefighters Auxiliary Board was arrested on Monday.
It’s believed a body found east of Libby is that of Aiden Salcido, who was reported missing after his parents died in a murder-suicide outside Kalispell.
The two-day sting operation prompted the arrests of five individuals — most of whom have been released on their own recognizance.
Authorities are trying to figure out what’s happened to a missing 2-year old boy after his parents were involved in an apparent murder-suicide in the Flathead.
Joseph McNamara has been charged in connection with death of a 9-year-old child earlier this month near Hamilton.
State and local officials, armed with a state court order, removed 27 children from the Ranch for Kids in Rexford on Tuesday.
Federal prosecutors are recommending a sentence of 15 years for former Miles City athletic trainer James Jensen.
Zachary O’Neil, 39, pleaded guilty Tuesday to the 1998 murder of Miranda Fenner in Laurel.