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A recent meeting gave insight into the controversial elk access program agreements that stirred up hunters this fall.
The state attorney general's office said it didn't have sufficient evidence to prove the original charges in the case.
Former East Helena Police Chief William Daly Harrington on Tuesday admitted to distributing child pornography via social media in 2019, U.S. Attorney Leif M. Johnson said.
Nonprofits are developing new ways to incentivize conservation for wildlife on private lands.
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The woman's lawyer said her client was not politically motivated, but instead wanted to "ruin" an ex-boyfriend's evening.
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen’s office in August directed the Lewis and Clark County attorney to drop the two misdemeanor conceal-carry charges.
BNSF Railway filed a lawsuit Sunday against its major unions over its mandate. It joins Norfolk Southern and Union Pacific, which both filed similar lawsuits against the unions last month.
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission approved two more public elk hunting access agreements for landowners during its Thursday meeting.
The state has seen more than 2,500 fires that burned more than 935,000 acres this year.
The recovery of elk populations in Montana has now led many of the state’s hunters and landowners to a crossroads, a divisive debate over how best to manage this wildlife wealth.
Divisions among Montanans regarding how elk should be managed on private lands were center stage in a short Sept. 24 Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting.
U.S. Minerals on Monday pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to exposing employees to elevated levels of arsenic at its Anaconda facility, a misdemeanor violation of the Clean Air Act.
The United States has charged U.S. Minerals with negligent endangerment for exposing employees at its Anaconda plant to inorganic arsenic as high as 4.75 times permissible exposure limits.
Under desperate circumstances, Butte-Silver Bow County is once again releasing Silver Lake water into Warm Springs Creek and the upper Clark Fork River.
The day after the NCAA approved its name, image and likeness policy, the University of Montana Athletics department released its own rules as athletes look to cash in.
The agreement settles the claims of 39,003 individual beneficiaries against the United States for mismanagement of the Pembina Judgment Fund.