COPP Rules Dudik Violated Campaign Law – Offers Statement
On June 12, Missoula Attorney Quentin Rhoades filed a campaign practices complaint against Democratic Attorney General candidate Kimberly Dudik.
Republicans Criticize Montana Governor for Flying Pride Flag
Montana's Republican legislative leaders are criticizing Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock for flying the gay pride rainbow flag instead of the state flag over the weekend.
Yellowstone Club to Pay $370,000 for Liquor Violations
Yellowstone Club's Base Lodge Lounge, Timberline, H&K Spirits, and Rainbow Lodge Lounge told the Montana Department of Revenue they sold and stored alcohol at unlicensed locations.
[POLL] How long can you last without your computer/internet?
Are you addicted to the internet or your computer? How long can you last before logging back on? Vote Below.
Miss Montana Touches Down at Home after her Historic Trip
The Miss Montana, the World War II vintage C-47 smokejumper aircraft landed safely in Missoula on Monday afternoon to a cheering crowd after an historic mission to help reenact the D-Day paratrooper drop over Normandy.
Here Are the Best Public Bathrooms in the Bozeman Area
People weighed in and let us know where the best bathrooms are in the Bozeman area. Here are the bathrooms that shine.
Coach: Carroll Retaliated Over Sex Discrimination Claims
Carroll College's golf coach is accusing school officials of retaliating against him for reporting sex discrimination in its athletic programs.
Scammed Cancer Charity Funds Distributed to Real Charities
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced on Monday that over $2.5 million recovered from sham charities have been distributed to legitimate cancer charities.
There Will Be a Livingston Roundup Parade Despite Controversy
With all of the controversy this year surrounding the Livingston Roundup Parade route, a lot of folks thought the parade had been cancelled.
Drive For THRIVE 2019 Golf Tournament: Info and Details
This year's tournament will take place on Friday, June 28th at Bridger Creek Golf Course.
2nd Deer With Chronic Wasting Disease Found in Libby
A second white-tailed deer in the northwestern Montana town of Libby has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
Montana State Scientist Sues University, Graduate Students
A Montana State University plant scientist is suing the university and four graduate students, accusing them of leaking a confidential investigation report to the news media.
In Bozeman, You May Live Close to a Violent or Sexual Offender
You can check this handy map from the MT DOJ to see who's living in your neighborhood. Knowing your surroundings is important and you, BY LAW, deserve to know such information.
Lt. Governor Cooney Meets with State Broadcasters on Census 2020
Montana’s Lt. Governor Mike Cooney met with radio and television executives at the Montana Broadcasters Association convention at Big Sky on Sunday morning.
Tester Meets with Supportive Crowd at Missoula Town Hall Meeting
With an introduction by Missoula Mayor John Engen, Montana’s senior Senator Jon Tester addressed a very supportive audience at the Holiday Inn in Friday morning.