Flooding from Montana ice jam raises foul water worries
A central Montana town has issued a boiled water notice after flooding from an ice jam raised worries about residential wells being contaminated.
Zinke gives $11K in campaign cash to foundation he started
Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has closed his congressional campaign account and given fundraising cash that was left to a charitable foundation.
Glacier National Park chalet reopens for business after fire
A chalet in Glacier National Park is ready to begin taking reservations for the first time since a wildfire gutted the structure.
Two men banned from park for years for walking on Old Faithful
Park employees and other witnesses saw two people on the geyser on Sept. 10 taking photos with their cellphones.
Video in apparent Epstein suicide attempt is lost, US says
Federal prosecutors say jailhouse video no longer exists of the area around Jeffrey Epstein's jail cell on a day he survived an apparent suicide attempt.
Judge orders Alex Jones to pay $100,000 in Sandy Hook case
A Texas judge has ordered conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to pay $100,000 in another court setback over the Infowars host.
Bozeman woman dies of carbon monoxide poisoning
A Bozeman woman has died from carbon monoxide poisoning after a car was accidentally left running in a garage attached to the residence.
Warm December means slow ski season start in western Montana
A relatively warm and dry December has made for a slow start to the season for many Montana ski areas.
Teen killed in hit-and-run crash in northern Montana ID’d
Authorities have released the name of a 16-year-old girl who was killed in a hit-and-run crash in northern Montana.
New Mexico granting fewer cyanide bomb OKs for coyotes
Records show New Mexico agricultural officials have approved fewer licenses for the use of cyanide bombs — a device deployed by ranchers to kill coyotes.