Montana could receive first vaccine doses by Dec. 15
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock said Wednesday that the state could receive around 9,750 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by drug company Pfizer as soon as Dec. 15.
Montana nursing home sued for negligence in COVID-19 deaths
The lawsuit argued that at least 13 people died at the facility.
Pence drops plan to go to fundraiser hosted by QAnon backers
Vice President Mike Pence canceled plans to attend a Montana fundraiser for the Trump campaign as hosts have expressed support for the QAnon conspiracy theory.
What should I look for in a hand sanitizer?
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says hand sanitizers should be at least 60% alcohol.
Actress Sharon Stone criticizes COVID-19 testing in Montana
Actress Sharon Stone criticizing the availability of COVID-19 testing in Montana, where her sister and brother-in-law are hospitalized with the respiratory virus.
Montana allocates $50M to bolster child care amid pandemic
Montana is allocating $50 million to increase the availability of child care in response to COVID-19.
Montana State opens $50 million dormitory
University President Waded Cruzado said the completion of Hyalite Hall is a triumph that offers "a note of hope about our future."
Annual Sturgis rally expecting 250K, stirring virus concerns
South Dakota, is bracing to host hundreds of thousands of bikers for the 80th edition of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Big Horn County reports confirmed coronavirus cases in jail
Health officials in southern Montana have reported about 30 confirmed COVID-19 cases on Friday, including several inmates at the Big Horn County jail.
State says Montana rental assistance program largely unused
Montana set aside $50 million in federal coronavirus relief funding to help people make rent or mortgage payments during the upheaval caused by the coronavirus