Man Dies in House Fire
The fire has been ruled accidental.
Bullock's First Endorsement
Miller was one of the first Iowa elected officials to endorse Barack Obama in the 2008 Democratic presidential caucuses
Push to Protect Grizzly Bears
Last fall, a federal judge in Montana blocked grizzly hunts days before they were scheduled to begin.
Victim of Hit-And-Run Identified
Butte law enforcement and the Montana Highway Patrol are working on a 3-D reconstruction of the collision in an attempt to determine what happened.
Plea Agreement Reached
Olson is scheduled to be sentenced June 18 if the judge accepts the recommended eight-year prison sentence with four years suspended.
More Whooping Cough Cases
Missoula County has confirmed 103 cases of whooping cough through Tuesday morning and was hiring more nurses to help with testing.
Governor Makes it Official
The Montana governor is likely among the final Democrats to join one of the biggest presidential fields in modern memory.
Border Agents From the North to Move South
There are obvious concerns for states like Montana, not only for tourism but for business.
Governor Giving Another Hint at Presidential Run
The video, posted Saturday, promises a “big announcement” without saying when it would come.
New Law Ends Statute of Limitations on Child Sex Abuse
Another key provision says mandatory child abuse reporters can be charged with a felony for failing to report child sexual abuse.
Opening Statements in Double Murder
Caressa Hardy is also charged with offering to pay fellow Missoula County jail inmates to kill Karen Hardy.
Child Support Extended
The bill also allows parents whose child support orders have expired to petition for additional help after the law takes effect on July 1.
Agreement Reached in Solar Project
The cost of electricity generated by Meadowlark Solar will not be revealed for several weeks.
Montana Woman Sues Psychiatrist
The state filed a motion to dismiss the complaint against the board, arguing it is protected by a judicial ruling that says a government entity can’t be held liable for an individual person’s injury.
Man Pleads Not Guilty to ISIS Connection
Authorities said Alameti used electronic communications to tell others, including an informant working for the FBI, that he wanted to fight for ISIS overseas
Pipeline Construction Delayed
Plans to begin construction of the long-delayed pipeline got blocked last November when a federal judge in Montana ordered additional environmental reviews of the project.
Rancher Kills Wolf
Montana law allows a person to kill a wolf in the act of attacking or killing a domestic dog.
Sports Betting Officially Legal in Montana
Both wagers and revenue are expected to rise to $87 million in bets and $5.4 million in revenue by 2023
Emergency Care Providers to Help Communities
The bill, sponsored by Democratic Sen. Margie MacDonald, allows the Board of Medical Examiners to create rules detailing changes and a training program for paramedics and emergency medical technicians
Jury Awards Money in Stolen Valor Case
Court records show no service record could be found for Shannon.