Retirement Communities Want Licenses to Serve Liquor
The Montana Tavern Association opposes the bill.
Montana Police Identify 2 in Apparent Murder-Suicide
Police believe that Raidley and Perkins were dating but had no history of violence.
Rescuers located the injured snowmobiler and took him in a specialized sled to a waiting ambulance.
Police said they did not believe there were any public safety concerns.
Counting Early Ballots
The bill includes steep fines and possible prison time for releasing results before the polls close.
Bullock Appoints Grizzly Advisory Council as Bears Spread
Bears from Yellowstone and in northwestern Montana have been spreading into new areas.
Montana House Endorses $10.3B Budget for Next 2 Years
The House rejected several attempts by Democrats to add more funding.
Lawmakers Hear Bill to Legalize Sports Gambling in Montana
As long as the betting was done in bars with full liquor licenses.
Election 2020 Update
If elected Sales would become a member of the Land Board.
Bail Set for Man in Trooper Shooting
Palmer was first taken to a Missoula hospital and then transferred to a facility in Utah.
Facebook News Service
But the social media giant said it has found that 40 percent of Americans live in places where there weren't enough local news stories to support it.
Montana Medicaid Expansion
Medical providers have said they support both bills.
The financial expectations for the program are unclear.
State Trooper, 3 Others Shot in Montana
The suspect was identified as 29-year-old Johnathan Bertsch.
Sage Grouse Versus Energy Leases
Critics say the changes will mean more disturbances to the bird's habitat.
Committee Supports Nearly $80M in Infrastructure Bonding
Republican Rep. Mike Hopkins says his bill is part of an overall legislative effort to more consistently fund infrastructure projects.
Ex-Interior Chief Zinke Cleared of Illegal Politicking
President Donald Trump announced Zinke's resignation as interior chief in December.
The parents represented by the Institute for Justice filed their petition to the nation's high court on Monday.
Montana Campaign Contributions
Bullock says shell corporations have been used to skirt a federal law that prohibits foreign contributions to political campaigns and electioneering.