Montana Lawmaker Hearing "Crickets" on Weyerhauser Deal
What about the timber jobs? What about access for hunters and other recreationists here in Montana. Will 630,000 acres of land in Montana just turn into a playground for the rich here in Northwest Montana?
Three members of Blackfeet Nation sue IHS over sexual abuse
Three members of the Blackfeet Nation have filed a civil lawsuit against the Indian Health Service alleging the organization didn't prevent sexual abuse.
Big Timber man pleads not guilty to New Year's Eve killing
A Big Timber man has pleaded not guilty to shooting and killing a man on New Year's Eve.
Beyond Bozeman- Billings Great for High Tech
We think of Billings, Montana as a retail destination. We also know that Billings is Montana's largest "city" with diversified, recession-proof economy. Billings is also a destination for health care, finance, agriculture, oil, gas, sports and entertainment. But when we say high tech…
ALERT: 8" of Mountain Snow Possible by Monday Morning
Higher elevations around the Bozeman area could see lots of fresh snow along with slick roads through Monday morning with a fresh Winter Weather Advisory.
University of Montana responding to criticism of MLK post
The Missoulian reported a majority of the 1,000 comments responding to the post Monday were critical of selecting only white students.
Butte-Silver Bow sells old NorthWestern Energy building
Butte-Silver Bow County has agreed to sell the former NorthWestern Energy building in Butte to a media production company for $1.
Should Biden Testify? Tester's Already Backtracking
Why is Tester backtracking? To protect Biden, of course. Biden is now saying he wants "no part" of the impeachment trial. What's he afraid of?
Historic building in Butte damaged by fire, cause unknown
The building housed The Irish Times bar, The Post wine and martini bar and The Muddy Creek Brewery.
MT Farm Bureau President Describes Trump's "Electric" Speech
"Ag has not felt sun on its face from Washington, D.C. for quite a while. Free trade has not been fair trade, and this president has acted on that. We now have what looks like more open markets for our beef, wheat and other agricultural products.”
MPI's Brent Mead Talks Espinoza Supreme Court Case [AUDIO]
Mead highlighted the extreme partisan politics of Governor Steve Bullock (D-MT), why Bullock was too afraid to outright veto the legislation in the first place, and how the Montana Supreme Court screwed up the case to begin with.
Trump administration to approve Keystone pipeline on US land
The Trump administration is approving a right-of-way allowing the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline to be built across U.S. land.
City of Billings Working to Block Airbnbs? [AUDIO]
I don't know about you, but I get sick and tired of the government trying to pick winners and losers. Is that what the city is looking to do by blocking Airbnbs in Billings?
[POLL] What Price Point Is Affordable Housing In Bozeman?
Affordable housing has always been an issue in Bozeman. At what price would a home be affordable to you?
US Indian bureau violates Crow Agency water repairs order
Federal officials say the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs violated an order to repair a public water supply system on the Crow Indian Reservation.
The Montanans Behind This Week's Supreme Court Case
Bottom line, Montana started a scholarship program that allowed people to keep more of their own money, which could then be used to support scholarships for kids to attend the school of their own choice. The teachers union and the left freaked out, claiming that this amounted to the government fundi…