FWP will take public comment on proposals until July 21, with regulations to be voted on at the August meeting of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission.
Up to $5 million in grant funding from Montana’s bed tax fund is being made available to businesses impacted by the destructive flooding in southern Montana, Gov. Greg Gianforte’s office announced Friday.
Initiative 191 failed to attract enough support by the June 17 deadline for ballot initiative petitions to be submitted to county election offices.
The right for Montanans to access a pre-viability abortion was upheld by the state Supreme Court more than two decades ago known as Armstrong.
Abortion is constitutionally protected in Montana. An expected reversal of federal abortion protections could increase pressure on local abortion providers.
Friday's ruling is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.
Gov. Greg Gianforte on Wednesday touted his administration's flood response while declining to elaborate on the reasons for not disclosing his whereabouts for several days while returning from Italy.
The letter to FEMA said that a preliminary evaluation shows there were 23 majorly damaged or destroyed residences in Carbon County, 53 in Park and 39 in Stillwater.
With a vote expected Thursday, Montana’s senators are divided on a bipartisan bill to address mass shootings by tightening gun laws while expanding mental health programs and school security.
A state hearing officer has found introducing the new rowing machines, even as a pilot program, violated the highway patrol union's previous agreement on troopers' physical fitness test.
Republican congressional candidate Ryan Zinke remains a consultant for a gold exploration company but dropped his work for several other private firms.
Convention of States Political Fund, a conservative political group that advocates for amending the U.S. Constitution, was found to not have disclosed more than $125,000 in primary spending.
On this week's episode, Holly Michels of the Montana State News Bureau, talks about the governor's whereabouts last week and what's being done in response to the historic flooding.
"This is going to do nothing but make things worse," the correctional officers' union president said Monday. "We're all barely holding on as it is."
GOP congressional candidate Ryan Zinke has yet to file his updated financial disclosure report, after missing the deadline by more than a month.
The groups, which routinely engage in elk policy making, claim the motivation for the lawsuit is lucrative outfitting for bull elk.
FEMA Administrator and U.S. Senator Jon Tester toured the Billings water treatment plant Friday following impacts from massive flooding from the Yellowstone River this week. Tester said possible increased capacity and resilience of the system could come from FEMA funding.
Veterans suffering from exposure to toxic burn pits and Agent Orange stepped closure to health coverage Thursday.
Gov. Greg Gianforte was in Italy during the past four days of historic flooding in southern Montana, his office said Friday morning.
Gianforte will return to the state Thursday evening from an international trip amid historic flooding in Montana.
Former Gov. Brian Schweitzer on Wednesday warned Montanans to remain vigilant with their constitution, saying disturbing steps taken by Republican lawmakers have brought the document under attack.
Remaining delegates of the 1972 Montana Constitutional Convention and their families gathered Wednesday in the House of Representatives chambers at the State Capitol to celebrate the document’s 50th anniversary.
Alvarez & Marsal secured a $2.2 million contract in April to stabilize and manage health care facilities run by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.
Independent U.S. House candidate Gary Buchanan has qualified for the general election in Montana's Eastern district.
“I have not been brought in, I have not had conversations with anyone relative to transitioning Montana to managed care,” said Mike Randol, the state's new Medicaid director.
The Montana State News Bureau reported Tuesday that Gianforte was out of the country.
Earlier this year, a Bozeman judge struck down a 2021 law to put to the voters in this fall's election the question of electing state Supreme Court justices by district.
No tribal governments in Montana have so far applied for the licenses; lawmakers have said that's likely because entering the bureaucratic fray would not be worth the relatively small profits.