Bozeman Symphony Conductor Resigns Amid Investigation
The conductor of the Bozeman Symphony has resigned amid an investigation into allegations that he bullied and harassed musicians, staff and patrons.
Ex-Massachusetts Governor to Challenge Trump for GOP Nod
William Weld became the first Republican to take a serious step toward challenging President Donald Trump in 2020.
McConnell Says Trump to Sign Border Deal, Declare Emergency
The president has said that move would give him power to divert money from other budget projects into wall building
Montana AG Tim Fox On The KMMS Morning Soapbox [Listen]
Montana Attorney General and Candidate for Governor Tim Fox joined Tom and Shane to talk about the opioid crisis, and human trafficking in Montana.
Congressman Blasts Patagonia for Hypocrisy
Are the big business folks running Patagonia nothing more than hypocrites on the environment? That's what Utah Congressman Rob Bishop (R-UT) had to say on Capitol Hill, making the point that Patagonia is having their products made overseas, by companies that are powered by coal.
Drone Footage of Thursday's Downtown Bozeman Fire [WATCH]
Early on Thursday, February 14th a fire was reported in downtown Bozeman at the intersection of Babcock and 7th Avenue.
Bullock Plans 5th Trip to Iowa in Possible Presidential Bid
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is traveling to Iowa this week, his fifth trip to the Hawkeye State since he began exploring a possible 2020 presidential run last year.
Firefighters Battle Blaze in Downtown Bozeman
A fire continues to burn in downtown Bozeman at the intersection of Babcock and 7th Avenue. The fire is in a building that is under construction.
[Poll] Do you believe there's intelligent life on other planets?
is there life on other planets or are we alone in the universe? You make the call. Vote in today's poll.
UM Study: Fire Decreased Residents' Lung Function in Seeley Lake
The Rice Ridge Fire was one of the most intense wildfires of the 2017 season and blanketed the Seeley Lake community with dense smoke for weeks.
Trump Says Having a Dog Would Feel 'a Little Phony' to Him
"How would I look walking a dog on the White House lawn?"
Double Digits: US Marshals Arrest More Felons in Montana
Thanks to support from local law enforcement, a US Marshals task force increased the number of felons arrested in Montana by 26 percent. Here's the full details from US Marshal Rod Ostermiller
Bill Withdraws 370,000 Acres in Mont. From Mineral Development
The bill revives a conservation program, adds 1.3 million acres of new wilderness, expands several national parks and creates five new national monuments.
Klobuchar Raises $1 Million 48 hours After Launching Campaign
Amy Klobuchar kicked off her candidacy Sunday during a snowy rally in Minneapolis.
National Debt Hits New Milestone, Topping $22 Trillion
It stood at $19.95 trillion when President Donald Trump took office on Jan. 20, 2017.
Investigators: Montana Woman Likely Died of Exposure
48-year-old Lisa Marie Doty was found dead on the south side of the city Saturday.