GREAT FALLS – We have received reports of a large police presence near 9th Street South and 3rd Avenue.
HELENA – Crew members of the currently under construction USS Montana are touring the the Big Sky state this week to inform the public about the new warship.
Helena Sand and Gravel removed all traffic controls on West Main Thursday. Leaders say they’re pleased with how smoothly the nearly five-month project went.
Meet Jack. He was rescued along with 5 other cats.
ROBERTS – The Roberts boys basketball coach accused of an inappropriate relationship with a female student continued working on school grounds for about a month after criminal charges were filed, the school superintendent said Thursday.
MISSOULA – The University of Montana is reporting that there are fewer students on campus this semester.
GREAT FALLS – On Thursday, the Great Falls Police Department wanted to make people aware that there have been several reports of strangers approaching kids as they walk to and from school.
HELENA – Land surveyor and Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Rick Breckenridge says the media pretty much ignore his candidacy – so he does his campaigning one-in-one, meeting voters in grocery stores, on the street, or wherever he can.
ANACONDA – The principal at Anaconda High School, Shawn Hansen, who is also the principal of the junior high, was placed on paid administrative leave by the Anaconda School District.
BONNER – A Bonner middle school teacher has been named as the Montana Teacher of the Year.
Former Montana high school athletic trainer accused of “sophisticated system of ritual sexual abuse”
MILES CITY – A former longtime high school athletic trainer in Miles City has been accused of sexually abusing potentially hundreds of student-athletes in what a lawsuit describes as a “sophisticated system of ritual sexual abuse.”
Some publications in Britain are warning that people could be killed just by visiting some of Yellowstone National Park’s most popular sights.
Members of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and Bozeman Police Department spent some Thursday morning removing a bear from a home.
MISSOULA – The Missoula County Sheriffs Office held their yearly awards banquet at Missoula jail on Thursday to honor the achievement of sheriffs deputies and other agencies that assist the Sheriff’s Office.
WASHINGTON, DC – The US Department of Justice will grant more than $113 million to American Indian and Alaska Native communities to improve public safety, serve victims of crime, combat violence against women, and support youth programs.