29 Become American Citizens in Naturalization Ceremony
29 men and women from 20 countries stood in the Russell Smith Federal Courthouse on Thursday morning to take the oath of citizenship from U.S. Magistrate Judge Kathleen DeSoto.
MSU Move-In Day 2019: Here's What You Need to Know
Montana State University will hold its annual Move-In Day on Wednesday, Aug. 21.
Bozeman's Parking Garage Getting High Tech and Will Bust Cheaters
That's right. If you've ever been sneaky about not paying at the parking garage in downtown Bozeman, those day are over, buddy.
Source: Hickenlooper Ending His 2020 White House Bid
The former two-term Colorado governor, who ran as a moderate warning of the perils of extreme partisanship, struggled with fundraising and low polling numbers.
Army Veteran Pleads Not Guilty in Anthem Assault on Teen
An Army veteran pleaded not guilty Wednesday to assaulting a 13-year-old boy who the suspect said refused to remove his hat during the national anthem at a rodeo in Montana.
Senator Daines Visits Beeskove Fire Camp in Missoula
An impressive array of wildfire and forest experts explained to Montana Senator Steve Daines about the intricacies of the Beeskove Fire, now burning in the Rattlesnake Recreation Area and beyond.
Fox Asks Streaming Services to Cut Tobacco Use Directed at Kids
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has joined with 43 other state attorneys general in urging video streaming services to reduce the use of tobacco in programming rated for children.
Country Music Legend Travis Tritt Mingles With Fans in Montana
Country music star Travis Tritt enjoyed some down time with his band on Monday night in Montana.
Judge Orders FBI Informant to Wear Disguise in Terror Case
Montana judge has ordered an FBI informant to wear a wig or hat, false eyeglasses and fake facial hair when testifying against a man who prosecutors say wanted to avenge the death of Muslims killed in shootings at two New Zealand mosques.
China's Xi Gets Tougher on Trump After New Tariff Threat
Facing another U.S. tariff hike, Chinese President Xi Jinping is getting tougher with Washington instead of backing down.
Attorney Jennifer Bordy on Gun Control, Bump Stocks, MT Laws
Does the National Rifle Association (NRA) bear some responsibility, should we institute “Red Flag Laws,” outlaw semiautomatic assault weapons? Is there an answer?
Hail, Lightning, Damage from Montana Weekend Thunderstorms
Some Montana residents are cleaning up after a series of weekend thunderstorms that brought large hail, heavy rain and strong winds that downed trees and power lines and damaged buildings and vehicles.