HELENA-Two aspiring programmers at Capital High School are celebrating their success, after the app they recently developed won the 2018 Congressional App Challenge in Montana.
November 20, 2018
GREAT FALLS-An investigation is underway after an elk hunter shot and killed a grizzly bear.
HELENA- People filled the State Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday, Nov 20 for the 22nd Adoption Celebration.
What a beautiful Tuesday, and Wednesday will be very similar. Travelers in Montana and across the country have had it pretty easy thus far as
HELENA- New light pole banners were installed at the Capitol Square on Tuesday, November 20 to honor the site’s historic significance.
GREAT FALLS- A Montana ExpoPark project in the making for several years will be presented to community members next week.
HELENA-A ceremony at the Lewis and Clark County Cemetery Tuesday morning honored those who have passed, but who never found their way to a final resting place.
GREAT FALLS-The Great Falls Police Protective Association (GFPPA) is kicking off fundraising efforts for its annual Shop with a Cop program.
NBC News-The Centers for Disease Control are warning consumer to avoid eating Romaine Lettuce and throw away any that might be in the refrigerator.
GREAT FALLS-The U.S. Supreme court has denied an appeal for John Lieba, the Fort Peck man who was convicted for kidnapping and raping a Poplar girl.
GREAT FALLS-A federal judge has ruled that a lawsuit against the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council must be heard in tribal court.
HELENA- The Rocky Mountain Development Council announced today that the Montana board of housing has approved more than $9 million dollars worth of tax credits for an affordable housing development.
HELENA- The Helena City Commission updated its tobacco ordinance Monday night to ban self-service tobacco and e-cigarette displays in some businesses.
MISSOULA – The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ Pharmacy and the U.S. Attorney’s Office have reached a deal to settle alleged pharmacy violations.
HELENA – With only a couple days to go before Thanksgiving, Christmas tree lots are already popping up in some places in the Capital City