Prince Andrew's involvement with Jeffrey Epstein has been a cause of great controversy and scandal for the royal family. If the case between the prince and Virginia Giuffre goes to court, it certainly won't be the first time a royal has been called to testify. Richard Fitzwilliams, a royal commentator, talks about the current state of the royal family, while historian, Catharine Arnold, shares the scandalous story of Prince Andrew's great, great grandfather Edward VII (Bertie) and his tribulations in court. Can we take lessons for today from this historical royal scandal?
After a Lame Deer man was killed by dogs earlier this week, his family and the Northern Cheyenne Tribe are pushing for action on dangerous dogs.
Gov. Greg Gianforte on Wednesday tapped prosecutor Brett Linneweber to fill the Yellowstone County District Court Judge position being vacated by Judge Gregory Todd after he retires this month.
A Billings’ man has been charged Monday with deliberate homicide after his mother was found stabbed to death in her home in the Heights early Saturday morning.
Gov. Greg Gianforte announced Tuesday the state is investing more than $2.3 million to improve public safety and increase economic stability in Yellowstone County.
Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted Jones' sentence to life without the possibility of parole.
New information has emerged in the investigation of Saturday’s shooting that left three dead at a casino on the border of Montana and North Dakota near Bainville.
A Yellowstone County District Judge on Friday set bond at $1 million for the suspect in Wednesday night’s downtown stabbing spree.
A western Montana woman has been charged with deliberate homicide after Lake County officials said it appeared she intentionally struck a woman with her car, killing her.
Bradley D. Nagel, 53, faces one felony deliberate homicide charge, which carries a possible life sentence. He is also charged with a third DUI offense, a misdemeanor.
A district judge in Yellowstone County Tuesday ordered the director of the Montana State Office of the Public Defender to appear before him in September to answer questions about why her agency is failing to assign public defenders to local cases in a timely manner.
A 15-year-old boy who rolled his truck near Hardin and then confessed to killing his dad to the state trooper investigating the crash was charged as an adult in Sheridan, Wyoming, Circuit Court with second-degree murder according to court documents.
Quiroz’s bond is set at $10,000, according to the felony complaint.
The lawsuit contends the state's ability to negotiate lease terms is harmed by a 2019 law that also diminishes the values of state trust lands.
Britney Spears asked a judge Wednesday to end court conservatorship that has controlled her life and money since 2008.
Montana’s “Bad Actor” law does apply to an Idaho-based mining company and its executives for the pollution problems they left at a closed gold mine near Malta, a state judge has ruled.
The rollback follows new guidance from public health authorities, the availability of vaccines and new state and federal public health recommendations, McGrath wrote.
MISSOULA — Something must be done soon to preserve Missoula's premiere outdoor tennis facility at Playfair Park.
The Montana Attorney General’s Office opposed removing a Butte man from the state’s sexual offender registry despite him presenting evidence he was designated a sex offender because he had consensual “gay sex” when he was 18 years old.