The Montana Highway Patrol has opened investigations into at least five fatal crashes in five different counties since Saturday.
Senate President Pro Tempore Jason Ellsworth, a Hamilton Republican, invoked the state attorney general in order to be let go from a traffic stop in May that resulted in several misdemeanor citations, according to court documents.
A District Court judge ruled last week most of the sanctions imposed against Montana Highway Patrol for bungling evidence in a civil case filed by a Wyoming driver will remain in place.
Trooper Amanda Villa received the Montana Highway Patrol's highest honor Monday for rescuing four people in a helicopter crash near Townsend.
For the troopers of the Montana Highway Patrol, there is a single tool that is making their jobs easier, safer and more versatile than ever before.
A Billings man died Friday night after crashing his motorcycle into another vehicle near Big Timber.
A passenger vehicle drifted off the road near mile marker 109 and flipped onto its roof leaving the driver deceased on Tuesday afternoon.
The Montana Highway Patrol move to Boulder will now be sometime in August, an official said.
A freight train hit a semitractor-trailer at a crossing east of Livingston, killing both people in the cab of the semitractor, Park County officials said.
A 23-year-old Stevensville woman faces a felony criminal endangerment charge after she allegedly lost consciousness after huffing CO2 canisters and launched her car nearly 150 feet in the air through a grocery store parking lot.
An average of more than one person a day has died in a car crash in Montana for all of 2021 so far.
Three Ravalli County residents were charged in drug or alcohol related cases Tuesday in Ravalli County Justice Court.
A Stevensville man was charged Monday with felony assault on a peace officer after allegedly kicking a Montana Highway Patrol trooper in the jaw after being arrested on a DUI charge.
Recently found footage from Montana Highway Patrol vehicle considered key in a lawsuit filed against the agency has been made public.
In a brief dated April 23, state attorneys said the video was found among some old files in a desk at the Miles City MHP office.
Smoke from a controlled burn along Interstate 15 in northern Montana obscured the vision of drivers, leading to a chain reaction crash that killed two people and injured four others.