Prosecutors allege that on May 8, Dora Sandra Gomez made an anonymous bomb threat to the Frontier Event Center in Dillion, which was hosting a banquet of the Montana Trappers Association.
A former armored truck company employee convicted at trial of spending stolen money from the company he worked for on gambling, day trading and a trip to France was sentenced Monday to 30 months in prison and three years of supervised release.
A Washington man charged with illegally taking grizzly bear claws from the Bob Marshall Wilderness inked a plea agreement with prosecutors this week.
A federal court jury in Missoula Friday convicted a U.S. Navy veteran in Columbia Falls of exaggerating his disabilities to obtain greater benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
A California man pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to stalking and extorting a wealthy Whitefish businessman who was once forced out of a California company and is associated with charitable organizations in northwest Montana.
A former U.S. Air Force law enforcement officer from Montana was sentenced to federal prison on Friday for leveraging his position to have young boys send him nude photos and videos.
Much has changed along the U.S.-Mexico border since Areli Cruz Ramos crossed it illegally in 2014 in Texas.
A U.S. district magistrate in Missoula ordered a New York man — charged with lying to federal agents about planning to join ISIS and carry out terrorist acts — to remain in custody until his trial.
A 66-year-old woman pleaded not guilty this week to a federal "murder for hire" charge in U.S. District Court.
Wire fraud charges have been filed against a Billings mansion owner accused of faking his kidnapping so he could run away with his Virginia mistress.
HELENA — U.S. Sen. Max Baucus has named a nine-person search committee to recommend replacements for federal judges Richard Cebull and Sam Haddon.