Bullock Apologizes for Not Doing More About Former Aide
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is apologizing for not doing more to warn others about a longtime aide who was fired for sexual harassment.
Montana Lawmakers Consider Raising State Park Fees
Republican Sen. Terry Gauthier, of Helena, is proposing Senate Bill 24, which would raise the fee from $6 to $9.
When Marketing Flops: 5 Super Bowl Ads That Backfired
Here's a look at five Super Bowl ads that flopped, despite months of planning and great expense.
Federal Fines Against University of Montana Reduced to $395K
The U.S. Department of Education has reduced the fines against the University of Montana for reporting "inaccurate and misleading" crime statistics from 2012 to 2015.
Montana Lawmakers to Take Up Physician-assisted Suicide Ban
Montana lawmakers are being asked to consider a bill that would make it illegal for a physician to prescribe drugs to hasten the death of a terminally ill patient.
1 Skier Dies, Another Injured in Montana Avalanche
A 35-year-old California man has died in an avalanche while backcountry skiing in southwest Montana.
Wyoming Records 32 Yellowstone-area Grizzly Bear Removals
A Wyoming report shows 59 Yellowstone-area grizzly bears were captured and 32 were euthanized last year, marking the state's deadliest year on recent record for the animal.
Hawaii’s Gabbard Formally Launches Campaign for President
The 37-year-old on Thursday announced she will be seeking the nation's highest office.
Senate Rejects Rival Dem, GOP Plans for Reopening Government
A splintered Senate swatted down competing Democratic and Republican plans.
Ex-employee Pleads Guilty to Meth Use at Montana Day Care
A former Montana day care worker who was accused of using methamphetamine while caring for children has pleaded guilty.