The Montana Grain Growers said it was confident Montana’s ag economy wouldn’t be negatively affected by BNSF takeover of Montana Rail Link.
Livingston filmmaker Erik Petersen's movie about 86-year-old Bozeman outdoor enthusiast Alan Jackson is a study in contrasts.
A proposed constitutional amendment aiming to pump the brakes on growing residential property taxes got an icy reception from legislators last week.
A man upset with being charged a $150 fee for smoking in his motel room fired multiple rounds from an assault-style rifle into the building before driving away, authorities in eastern Idaho said.
One patient advocate told lawmakers Friday that the workforce shortage at Montana State Hospital is putting patients and staff in "life-or-death" situations.
A new state law directs DEQ to develop “narrative” water quality standards for nitrogen and phosphorus.
An organization whose work includes increasing Native American participation in elections wants to make it easier for people to register to vote after the 2021 Legislature ended Election Day registration.
Wilson also represented the U.S. in Sochi and Pyeongchang.
No federal laws govern these private, for-profit residential treatment programs, boot camps, and wilderness programs. That’s left regulation largely to the states, with mixed results.
A semitractor-trailer went off Interstate 90 just east of Bozeman and into the median before going down an embankment and across a county road that runs under the interstate, killing the driver.
It was the busiest year for visitation in Yellowstone National Park's history in 2021, with a pandemic asterisk added.
As Montana communities respond to the latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, SCL Health’s hospitals in the state —St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings, Holy Rosary Healthcare in Miles City, and St. James Healthcare in Butte — are recognizing the dedication and sacrifice of caregivers and health…
Individual income tax collections are up 12.7% higher than at this point in 2021.
A state legislative committee reviewing the possibility of bringing nuclear power to Montana through small modular reactors was told that there would be some waste to deal with if such a facility is installed.
Small modular reactors supplying electricity in Montana could be part of the solution to the pending closure of the Colstrip coal-fueled power plant and give the facility new life, a nuclear power advocate told a state legislative panel.
“This is a landmark day for the tribes and the state,” board member Teresa Wall-McDonald said. “With continued cooperation, we can work through any challenge that presents itself.”
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid said it will review and follow-up an inspection that captured a workforce shortage crisis at the psychiatric facility in Warm Springs.
The Montana Department of Justice has appealed a Yellowstone County District Court judge’s preliminary injunction halting several new laws restricting abortion from taking effect.
Eight paintings from the fire were restored and returned to the tribes on Thursday, including several large ones that used to hang in the rotunda of the People's Center.
Steve Bullock and Neil Kornze are two of the first four board members of a new nonprofit foundation created to help leverage public and private funds to conserve, protect and restore land managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
The search for 26-year-old Sidney woman, Katelynn Berry, has been suspended following the discovery of human remains Thursday morning near Sidney.
A California man has been sentenced to nine months in jail and fined more than $2,900 following a drunken spree at the Lake Yellowstone Hotel in Yellowstone National Park last fall, ending with an attack on law enforcement officers.
As the grizzly population has grown, so too has the political divide in the country and Montana. How will polarization shape the future of grizzlies, a species that can be both revered and divisive.
Doug Peacock's latest book compiles adventures his questing ambition has opened for him, from memorials to mentors to encounters with desert jaguars and island tortoises.
The state Office of Public Instruction has presented the Board of Public Education with its proposed rule changes to teacher licensing that seek to reduce certain requirements and expand opportunities to obtain a teaching license in Montana.