The Little Shell Tribe is holding a special election on Saturday for a vacant at-large tribal council position.
Our favorite photos of the week from March 13 to March 19.
Critics say Idaho's use of motion-triggered cameras to count the number of wolves in the state is seriously flawed.
All suspects are accounted for and the investigation has been turned over to the Montana Department of Justice's Division of Criminal Investigation.
57-year-old Mary White Crane has been jailed on three felony counts of criminal endangerment, two counts of criminal mischief and one count of attempted deliberate homicide.
Gibbons is a lifelong Montana resident and his presentations explore the power of poetry, and how it reveals through experience and emotion what it's like to be a human being.
An Billings police officer has been shot, and large portion of Bench Boulevard has been shut down as law enforcement try to end a standoff that began Saturday morning.
The six bills are endorsed by the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association and Montana Citizens Elk Management Coalition.
Quinn Austin will step onto the basketball court Friday night under a much different spotlight than when he and teammates celebrated a state championship 25 years ago.
Officers were pursuing suspects from an armed robbery in Idaho when the incident occurred Saturday afternoon.
Law enforcement remains on scene at a standoff in the Heights after resident Mary Whitecrane barricaded herself in her Birch Lane home after shooting a Billings Police officer Saturday morning.
Police sniper moves into position on roof near standoff
Journalist Charles S. “Chuck” Johnson died at his Helena home on March 4. He was 74.
Neighbors watch as police SWAT team stages during standoff in the Heights. Suspects home is at left with the flag.
SWAT team snipers stage on rooftop near the Billings Heights home where a woman is in a standoff with police Saturday. The standoff began after the woman allegedly shot a police officer. The woman apparently was being evicted.
The relative of woman holding police at bay pleads with her over a loud speaker to surrender. "Think of your family," she says. The standoff began in the Billings Heights Saturday morning after the woman allegedly shot a police officer.
A house built along McDonald Creek in Glacier National Park has sparked public controversy for being built without adequate permitting.
The county's top elections official is opting for an in-person election instead, but has released no details on how that will happen.
Montana lawmakers are eyeing changes to a loophole increasingly used to facilitate residential development. Opponents say the real estate and building industries are turning water appropriation on its head.
Gov. Greg Gianforte raised Ireland's tri-color flag outside the state capitol Friday honoring St. Patrick's Day and Montana's Irish heritage.
Over the past three decades, the DEQ-administered program has closed more than 1,600 mine openings around the state.
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The purpose of the flushing flow is to clean spawning gravels to improve fish reproduction in the river.
Geochemistry can help link volcanic deposits to their sources, even if those sources are dozens of miles away.
Fort Peck Reservation would play host to a hydrogen plant producing fuel for the trucking industry, as well as a carbon sequestration site and wind farm.
Alex Kaufman's comedy production company brings comedians across Montana, changing perceptions about the state for stand-ups and audiences alike.
Genetic diversity is important for protecting wild horse health and reduce inbreeding.
Family caregivers in Montana are providing about $1.76 billion in unpaid care to their loved ones.
Senate Bill 442 is the third proposal lawmakers have debated this session that would scrap the revenue stream from recreational and medicinal marijuana sales to outdoor access.
Now the university will be able to continue mapping out a new tech school and revising the scope and structure of the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation.