Gianforte Holds Public Lands Meeting in Lewistown
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte was in Lewistown on Wednesday to conduct a public meeting on the issue of public lands.
Missing Hiker Found Dead in Crazy Mountains
The body of a 39-year-old hiker, who was reported missing in the Crazy Mountains, was found on Wednesday.
Helicopters Scooping Water From Lake McDonald to Fight Park Fire
Specially equipped helicopters are scooping thousands of gallons of water from Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park to fight the Howe Ridge Fire.
Montana among 20 States with Most Underprivileged Children
In a survey where being first is the worst, Montana did not fare well in a recent survey released by Wallet Hub on the 20 states with the most underprivileged children.
OPINION: Pearl Jam & Senator Tester Have Lost Their Minds
The band Pearl Jam promoted a tour event with a poster depicting the death of President Trump.
We’ve Arrived — Lululemon Opens Test Store In Bozeman
Many residents of Bozeman have shared fears of Bozeman becoming another Jackson Hole applet with a Main Street sprinkled with art galleries and coffee shops.
Fuddruckers Closes Its Doors, Owners Claim It's Temporary
It's unclear if it the restaurant is just taking a break or if they will be closed permanently.
Defense Attorney Seeks Man's Release in 2003 Montana Murder
A defense attorney is asking for a Montana man imprisoned since 2003 for the murder of his uncle to be re-sentenced to time he's already served, which would result in his release.
Carnival Worker Faces Four Sexual Assault Charges
A traveling carnival worker faces charges he sexually assaulted four people, including a 13-year-old girl, while working at the Montana State Fair in Great Falls.
Exclusive: Montana Green Party Fights Back, Listen to the Audio
The Montana Green Party filed suit in Federal District Court naming Montana Secretary of State.
After 40 Years of Study - Still no Mountain Biking in WSA’s
In addition to the existing rancor between environmentalists and those who want more access to the current Wilderness Study Areas, there’s another wrinkle.
Three Orphaned Montana Grizzly Bear Cubs Head to Zoo in Quebec
They’ve been dubbed Larry, Moe and Curly and they’re at least as rambunctious as the originals, but they’re actually three orphaned Montana grizzly bear cubs, and they’re headed to their new home in Montreal, Quebec.
Howe Ridge Fire Devastates Historic Glacier Park Cabins
The Howe Ridge Fire burning in Glacier National Park has swept through several campgrounds and destroyed numerous historic cabins and other structures.
Missoula Pearl Jam Poster Features Dead Donald Trump
A poster promoting the band Pearl Jam's August 13 concert in Missoula is being described as "reprehensible."
Lawmakers, Conservationists Ask Congress to Reauthorize Fund
U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Montana, joined representatives from land and wildlife conservation organizations at a news conference in Helena to urge the permanent reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which expires Sept. 30.
Montana Attorney Says Changes to Tax Initiative Unnecessary
An attorney for Montana says the changes that an anti-tax group wants to make to a ballot initiative to raise the state's tobacco tax are minor and unnecessary.
Smoke Causes Delays, Lane Closure Near Big Sky
U.S. Highway 191, between Big Sky and West Yellowstone, closed late Monday. One lane was reopened with drivers experiencing long delays.
YNP Has Busy July
Nearly 1 million people visited Yellowstone National Park in July.
Old Hastings Building Is Being Gutted
The sign is down and construction is underway.
Davis Fire Rushes Over 5,000 Acres, Largest Montana Fire So Far
From around 400 acres, to over 5,000 acres in just two days the Davis Fire is growing fast.