Earnings of Professors
University of Montana union president Paul Haber says the union plans to discuss the matter with the administration.
Proposed Solar Project
The state Land Board will have to approve the proposal.
Prison officials deny any discrimination occurred.
Montana House Rejects Colstrip
One of the bill’s sponsors, said the bill had been “thoroughly remodeled” in the House and he wasn’t sure if he would have voted for it.
Zinke Moves to Private Career
The rapid transition from the highest levels of the executive branch to the corporate boardroom is raising questions about possible conflicts of interest.
Gianforte Considers Run for Governor
Hall declined to elaborate or say when Gianforte is expected to make a decision
Colstrip Bill Endorsed
The House voted 62-38 in favor of the bill on Monday.
Yellowstone Eagle Dies
Eagle scientist Todd Katzner with the U.S. Geological Survey called the death "gut wrenching."
Medicaid Still Up in the Air
Some Republican lawmakers have said they are withholding support for the measure until they see how other bills play out.
The total includes investigation, remediation and restoration work on the site.
Stronger DUI Laws
The DUI bill, requested by Attorney General Tim Fox, was tabled Friday by a House committee.
Insurance Scam in Montana
Commissioner Matt Rosendale sent a cease-and-desist letter Thursday to Mervin Graber of Whiteville, Tennessee.
MSU-B to Cut Programs
University Provost Melinda Arnold says about 64 students from freshmen to those pursuing second bachelor's degrees are enrolled in the programs.
Medicaid Expansion Bill Fails
Senate Majority Leader Fred Thomas says the Medicaid expansion bill will likely be on the Senate agenda again on Friday or Saturday.
Bomb Cyclone Two
The storm brings the specter of renewed flooding to areas where massive flooding over the past month has caused billions of dollars in damage.
Earthquake in Montana
That main shock was followed by a series of aftershocks, including a preliminary magnitude-3.5 quake.
Priest Pleads Guilty to Child Porn
He faces a mandatory minimum sentence of five to 20 years in prison and may be fined up to $250,000 when he is sentenced July 18.
Instructor Asks for Charges to Be Dismissed
Trude says he wasn’t touching the weapon when it went off.