Interior Boss Order Aims to Protect US Public Land Access
Acting U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt ordered federal land managers on Thursday to give greater priority to access for hunting, fishing and other kinds of recreation.
Officials Give Outlook on Potential Gallatin County Flooding
Gallatin County has received a record amount of snow in the past month for that period of time with the snow containing a near record amount of water.
Bozeman Police Identify Man, Woman in Homicide-Suicide Case
Thursday Bozeman Police offered up more details on what happened regarding Wednesday's discovery of a deceased man and woman at a Bozeman residence.
Legislature Endorses Bill to Reduce Taxes on Social Security
The bill would exempt from taxes the first $30,000 in Social Security income for a single person and $60,000 for a couple.
New High School: Name it After War Hero?
On March 27th, Staff Sgt. Travis Atkins will be posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor by President Trump at the White House. I've heard this idea from fellow veteran friends on both the Left and the Right: Hey, if Bozeman is looking for the name of their new high school, why not name it after…
Bozeman PD Investigating Apparent Homicide-Suicide Case
Police are working with the Gallatin County Coroner’s office while investigating the incident.
State Forces Burger Bob's, Cannery to Close for Six Days
According to a statement released Wednesday on the Burger Bob's Facebook page, the restaurant and adjoining Cannery Lounge will be closed March 21-26.
Officials Begin Removing Copper From Toxic Water at Berkeley Pit
The water treatment by the Montana Resources mining company is the first step in Butte's Berkeley Pit project.
MSU Football's Spring Classic Game Is Coming Up Soon
The 2019 Sonny Holland Spring Classic is a great way to get a preview of the Montana State football team.
Belgrade Police Warn Residents of New Telephone Scam
The Belgrade Police Department has reported another telephone scam targeting residents in the Gallatin Valley.
Support Efforts for Wounded MHP Trooper Wade Palmer Continue
Personnel from the Missoula Division of the Montana Highway Patrol are in Salt Lake City, Utah to provide support for wounded trooper Wade Palmer and his family.
Time To Revise the Columbia River Treaty?
What changes does State Sen. Mike Cuffe (R-Eureka) hope to make to the treaty, and what is the bottom line for Monana taxpayers? Plus, did you know that steamboats once traveled the rivers of NW Montana? Click below for the full interview with Sen. Cuffe:
Coroner: 14-Year-Old Montana Girl Died From Hypothermia
Her body was found on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation west of Lame Deer on Dec. 28, two weeks after she was reported missing.
Scott Sales Announces Run For Montana Secretary of State
Sales announced his proposed run for Montana Secretary of State replacing Cory Stapleton who is running for Governor of Montana.