Sen. Bernie Sanders Says He's Running for President in 2020
Sanders stunned the Democratic establishment in 2016 with his spirited challenge to Hillary Clinton.
Avalanches Disrupt Highway Traffic in Northwestern Montana
The roadway reopened Thursday evening, but drivers are being warned of snowy and icy conditions.
Women Detained by Border Agent After Speaking Spanish Sue
The women's ACLU lawyers say O'Neill should have let them go as soon as they identified themselves as U.S. citizens, but he instead detained them in violation of the Fourth Amendment barring unreasonable searches and seizures.
Bullock Plans 5th Trip to Iowa in Possible Presidential Bid
At least 11 Democrats are running for president or have formed exploratory committees, but Bullock has repeatedly deflected questions about his plans.
Study: Coverage Would Plummet with Montana Medicaid Changes
The analysis estimates between 31,000 and 43,000 Montanans would lose Medicaid expansion coverage due to work requirements and premium increases, with the bulk being due to the work and associated reporting requirements.
Montana Senate Approves Requirements for Abortion Providers
The bill designed to make women reconsider having abortions passed the Senate 31-19 on Tuesday. It now goes to the House for consideration.
Judge: US Must Reconsider Climate Impacts of Montana Mine
U.S. Magistrate Judge Timothy Cavan recommended in a Monday ruling that the Interior Department be given 240 days to re-analyze the expansion.
Stapleton Fined for Announcing Candidacy Via State Email
Stapleton owes the people of Montana for misusing their taxpayer dollars to announce his next political campaign, said Monica Lindeen,
Republicans Propose Raising the Bar to Pass Some Legislation
Democrats argue the bills could limit the government's ability to respond to the next financial crisis.
Asbestos Found in 2nd Preschool at University of Montana
The University of Montana says it has found asbestos contamination in a second preschool facility.
Montana State University Reports Record Spring Enrollment
According to the university, 77 percent of first-year students returned for sophomore year — its highest retention rate in 30 years.
Montana Bill Would Distinguish 'Real' From Lab-Grown Meat
His Real Meat Act doesn't ban the sale of cell-cultured products, but does require that anything labeled "meat" must be "derived from the edible flesh of livestock or a livestock product."
Veterinarians revive cat that nearly froze in Montana
Staff warmed the cat using towels, cage warmers and intravenous fluids.