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The Montana Healthcare Foundation and the State Department of Health and Human Services released a report this week about taking practical and cost-effective steps to address the state’s exploding substance abuse crisis.
Missoula Police encountered an odd situation late Tuesday night involving a drunk driver in the wrong lane of traffic at a red light
Mineral County Sheriff Tom Bauer says the body of 56-year-old Debra Ann Koziel has been found after days of searching in the Fish Creek area.
The State of Montana has filed three liens against Democrat Congressional candidate Rob Quist for unpaid taxes.
Bozeman City Commission announced that Bozeman City Manager Chris Kukulski would be leaving his post by a unanimous vote of the five commissioners.
The 2017 Spring Rodeo is coming! It will be April 6th - 9th, 2017 at the Montana State University Fieldhouse and we've got all the details. PLUS, watch this quick, time lapse video of The Brick being transformed into rodeo grounds!
While Congress gets ready to vote on the American Healthcare Act, Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale is asking them to consider changes to the requirements of Medicaid expansion.
The Montana Board of Regents and the University of Montana has created a website to stay up-to-date on the search for a new president at the University of Montana.
Missoula County deputies were involved in a high-speed chase this morning at about 8:09, that went from the interstate through town until ending in a crash.
The CEO of Missoula's Providence St. Patrick Hospital has responded to a recent vote of 'no confidence' in the management of the facility.
Last week, University of Montana officials sent an email to faculty and staff asking about when individuals planned to retire, in an effort to cut the personnel budget through buyouts and attrition.
31 year-old Katie Garding has spent the last several years in the Montana State Prison after having been convicted of the hit and run death of Bronson Parsons in East Missoula in 2008.
You've got one of these boards on your kitchen table too, right? I have neither the time nor the patience for Safeway's Monopoly game but apparently my subconscious can't resist. Montana HAS HAD some big winners so far, BTW.
University of Montana officials are surveying their staff to see how many may wish to retire in order to cut the budget.
Getting a semi out of ditch and back on the road is no easy task, but this video catches the tail end of 2 passenger vehicles (a truck and an SUV) towing a SEMI on the highway near Bridger Bowl.
Runoff from Canada, warmer temperatures and ice jams are all contributing to a Flood Advisory for North Central Montana through Monday afternoon,
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Glacier National Park has announced that hand-propelled watercraft, such as kayaks, canoes and paddleboards will be permitted in the park with mandatory inspections beginning on May 15.