Nephew of Senator Tester Killed Near Spokane
Homicide investigators say a nephew of Senator Jon Tester was killed in his home just outside Spokane.
Uber Launches in Billings
Billings Mayor Tom Hanel took the service's ceremonial first ride on Friday to celebrate the service's arrival.
Anaconda Man Who Played Army in the Woods of Oregon, GUILTY
Ryan Payne of Anaconda, admitted Tuesday he conspired with others to prevent Interior Department employees from doing their jobs this winter at the Malheur National Wildfire Refuge.
State Negotiates With Major Montana Hospitals For $25 Million In Health Care Savings For E…
Up to $25 million in healthcare savings for state workers negotiated with major hospitals.
Former Broadwater County DES Coordinator Charged With Theft
Former Broadwater County DES coordinator charged with theft
Montana Mourns the Death of Missoula’s Own ‘Doolittle Raider’ David Thatcher
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — One of the last two surviving members of the Doolittle Raiders, who bombed Japan during World War II in retaliation for the attack on Pearl Harbor, has died in Montana.
Woman Pleads Guilty In Missoula Knife Attacks
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A woman charged in two knife attacks that left one person dead and another injured in Missoula has pleaded guilty.
Pilgrim’s Pride Recalls Five Million Pounds of Chicken
WACO, Texas (AP) — Pilgrim's Pride is expanding a 5 million pound recall of cooked chicken products.
Embattled Lawmaker Calls Dark-Money Trial a ‘Lynching’
A Bozeman legislator accused of taking illegal corporate contributions is calling his pending trial a lynching and says the state regulator who instigated it is out to destroy his political future.
Two Men Shot To Death at Helena Apartment Building – One Suspect in Custody
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A 43-year-old man is in custody after two people were killed in a shooting at an apartment building in Helena.