Exclusive: Former Speaker Austin Knudsen Announces AG Run
In a "Montana Talks" exclusive, Former Speaker of the House Austin Knudsen (R-Culbertson) announced his run for Attorney General in 2020 live on statewide radio Monday. Click below for audio.
Mexican Citizen Gets Prison in Meth Bust in Montana
A U.S. judge has sentenced a Mexican citizen to almost five years in federal prison after prosecutors say he brought 34 pounds of methamphetamine from Arizona to Montana.
Yellowstone Proposes More Housing for Summer Workers
Park administrators are taking public comment on plans to construct six modular houses and up to fourteen RV sites at the Canyon Campground and up to 25 RV sites and a bathhouse near the park's west entrance.
Yellowstone Park Warns Visitors of Cow Elk With Calves
Calving season is generally late-May to early-June.
Pregnant Female Assault Victim Recovered Safe from Woods
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office’s Special Response Team was called out at about noon on Saturday to an area on Highway 93 North near mile marker 14 to respond to what was termed a partner or family member assault.
Bozeman Man Sentenced for Child Porn, Cyberstalking Crimes
A Bozeman man was sentenced to 16 years in prison, Thursday, after he admitted to receiving and distributing sexually explicit images of a minor, as well as cyberstalking the victim.
Montana Valley Experiences Drop in Number of Newborn Elk
The number of new elk in a Montana valley has dropped due to lingering low-level snowpack and cold.
AUDIO: Pro Timber Bill Signed by Governor
After environmentalists in Bozeman successfully outbid a timber company to block a timber sale, Rep. Kerry White (R-Bozeman) and the Montana Legislature jumped into action. Somewhat surprisingly, Gov. Steve Bullock (D-MT) actually signed the bill into law.
Bridge Replacement Forces Road Closure For Bozeman Drivers
The Gallatin County Road and Bridge Department is hard at work replacing a bridge over Hyalite Creek on Baxter Lane.
Mont. Supreme Court Overturns Parental Rights Termination
The state failed to make a reasonable effort to reunite a woman with the son who was taken away from her after he was born with methamphetamine in his system.
Pro-Tip: Pasta Montana's Secret to Cooking Lasagna
On Wednesday, we took you to the big food show put on by Food Services of America at the Metra in Billings. That's where we got a chance to catch up with Jeff Root from Pasta Montana. He gave us a great tip on how you can make lasagna without having to boil the pasta sheets ahead of time. Click…
AUDIO: MT Grain Growers President on US-China Trade
On Tuesday's "Montana Talks" statewide radio show, we spoke with Lyle Benjamin- the president of the Montana Grain Growers Association, about the ongoing US-China trade battle.
Two Grizzlies Caught Swimming Across Montana Lake [WATCH]
Grizzly Bear sightings are fairly common in Glacier National Park, but seeing two of them swimming across a lake is pretty rare.
Bizarre, Head-Scratching Cases Keep Local Law Enforcement Busy
It sure has been a busy past few days for Gallatin County authorities as they have responded to calls that may leave many people asking the question, what were these folks thinking?
103 Tested Positive for Whooping Cough in Mont. City
As the Missoula City County Health Department continues to battle the pertussis outbreak in the county, officials say as of Tuesday that 975 tests have been submitted and 103 are positive for a 10.5 percent positivity rate.