Kalispell hospital fined in aftermath of fraud and kickbacks
Montana hospital has been fined $65,000 for falsely certifying a corporate integrity agreement as part of a settlement of a Medicare fraud and kickback scheme.
Fewer Yellowstone wolves equals no wolf-on-wolf deaths
For the first time in 24 years, Yellowstone National Park wildlife managers have found no evidence wolves killing each other.
West Yellowstone voters pass 1% tax for water and sewer
Residents of West Yellowstone voted to renew the town's 3% resort tax and temporarily increase it to 4% to fund infrastructure projects.
Montana Teen Charged In Accidental Killing
A 15-year-old Montana boy who investigators say accidentally shot a teenage girl to death has been charged with negligent homicide.
Missoula man charged with causing explosion at ATM
A man is charged with arson after an automated teller machine at a Missoula bank was set on fire.
Are Fossils Minerals? $5 Million At Stake For Montana Couple
While someone can own what's on top of a piece of land, others can own material like oil, gas and coal that's found below the surface.
11 Dams Could Fail In Montana
An AP investigation finds there are 11 dams in Montana that are in poor condition and whose failure would be likely to kill at least one person downstream.
Bullock reimburses highway patrol for campaign security
Gov. Steve Bullock's campaign has reimbursed the Montana Highway Patrol at least $2,500 for travel expenses incurred while he campaigned out of state.
Great Falls man gets 100 years for role in gang rape
A Great Falls man convicted in the gang rape of a 15-year-old girl at a house party has been sentenced to 100 years in prison.
Helena pays $100K, active shooter drill caused ear damage
The city of Helena has reached a $100,000 settlement with a teacher who suffered hearing damage during an active shooter drill at an alternative high school.