Bozeman Ammunition Company Operators Plead Guilty
Two Montana men who ran a now-defunct ammunition company have pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges over the dumping of lead-contaminated wastewater into the Bozeman sewer system.
Judges, Task Forces Want Tougher DUI Laws in Montana
Members of DUI task forces are asking legislators for tougher laws against impaired driving in Montana.
Montana to Keep 1,000 Bears Amid Push to Lift Protections
Wildlife officials endorsed a plan Thursday to keep northwestern Montana's grizzly population at roughly 1,000 bears as the state seeks to bolster its case that lifting federal protections will not lead to the bruins' demise.
Montana Governor Visits Locked-Out Union Workers
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock gave his support to a group of 35 unionized employees of the talc-milling plant in Three Forks who have been locked out of their jobs for a week.
Ballot Selfies at Polling Places Legal in Montana
Montana voters can take "ballot selfies" at polling places on Election Day as long as they aren't being disruptive or are coerced into doing so, the state's campaign and elections regulator has ruled.
‘Superman’ Actress Margot Kidder’s Death Ruled a Suicide
Kidder, who played Lois Lane opposite Christopher Reeve's Superman in her most famous role, was found by a friend in her Montana home on May 13.
Tobacco-Funded Group Sues Over Montana Citizen Tax Measure
A tobacco industry-funded group wants to change the wording of a citizen's ballot initiative that would significantly raise Montana's tobacco taxes
Legislative Panel Advances Sexual Harassment Policy
A Montana legislative panel on Monday advanced a policy prohibiting lawmakers from harassing or discriminating against each other and others participating in the legislative process.
Montana Man Pleads Guilty to Killing Wife With Frying Pan
A Montana man accused of killing his wife with a frying pan and then trying to dispose of the body at a landfill has pleaded guilty to deliberate homicide.
Mont. Woman Gets Probation for Letting Infant Freeze to Death
A Montana woman accused of allowing her infant daughter to freeze to death in an apartment has been sentenced to 10 years of probation.