Two wildfires continue to burn in Montana. The Reynolds Lake Fire south of the Bitterroot Valley is easily the largest and has burned over 1000 acres.
Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton is asking the state Supreme Court to overturn a judge’s decision to remove Green Party candidates from the November ballot.
If you’re out on the water this summer and you spot some odd, blue-green substances on the surface of a lake or pond, the state of Montana wants to know about it.
HELENA – Volunteers flocked to Montana WILD and Spring Meadow Lake State Park on Thursday July 19 to help with some much needed cleanup work.
Cascade County Sheriff Bob Edwards said in a press release on Thursday morning that the person who was shot in Sun Prairie on Wednesday evening is currently recovering at Benefis hospital.
MISSOULA – The Reynolds Lake Fire in western Montana has now burned an estimated 1,068 acres.
Great Falls city manager Greg Doyon says the Great Falls Police Department and Great Falls Fire Rescue have asked for additional staffing for the past several years.
A real estate deal between Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the chairman of oil field service company Halliburton is now the subject of a formal investigation by the Interior Department’s Inspector General.
BOZEMAN – A special golf tournament will be held in honor of a Bozeman man this Sunday.
KALISPELL – The Event at Rebecca Farm kicked off on Wednesday drawing riders of all levels to Northwest Montana.
The Zulu Fire which is burning outside of Libby in Lincoln County is still holding at 20 acres.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) said Wednesday that farmers are suffering in the trade war between the United States and China.
MISSOULA – A report into the day-to-day operations of Judge Marie Andersen and the court she presides over, Missoula County Justice Court 1, has uncovered some concerning details about the department.
BUTTE – The Butte jail is short on space, but has no shortage of inmates. This is why city officials are considering sentencing some offenders to community service rather than time behind bars.
MISSOULA – The US Attorney for Montana was in Missoula on Thursday la to discuss the Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative.