HELENA – As the Montana VA grows, they’re focusing on incorporating different kinds of care, like “telemedicine.”
January 8, 2019
Dozens of wind turbines are being considered for installation in the Crazy Mountains, stirring controversy among those who live in the area.
HELENA – A Missing and Endangered Persons Advisory is being requested by Helena Police Department for two children, Alex and Kristl Kaufman who are with their mother, Shala Hood.
HELENA – ExplorationWorks staff say kids and adults alike will find their new exhibit electrifying.
HELENA – For the first time in 20 years the Friendship Center’s Empty Bowls fundraiser will not be held.
HELENA – As Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock made a new pitch Tuesday for extending Montana’s $550 million-a-year Medicaid expansion program, a leading Republican told MTN News that he’s hoping to introduce a Medicaid bill in the coming weeks.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark County is seeking public comment on a proposal to provide $1,000,000 through the Open Lands bond to assist Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation in buying private property along the Rocky Mountain Front.
HELENA – The employees of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) donated $3,500 to the Friendship Center on Tuesday January 8.
Although across much of Montana it feels like snow is below average, the mountains are doing fairly well. Montana’s river basins range from 80% to
HELENA – The Montana Historical Society is looking to connect through social media with those who are interested in learning more about the state’s history and discussing it.
BILLINGS – A Glendive family is taking life in stride and holding onto parenthood as long as they can after their baby boy was born with a condition so rare, he’s the only male in the world with it.
GREAT FALLS – A pedestrian died Tuesday morning after being struck by a car along 8th Street Northeast.
MISSOULA – It’s a crime once just whispered about – but not anymore.
GREAT FALLS – Multiple fire departments are responding to a reported structure fire on the west side of Great Falls.
MISSOULA – A 91-year-old Lolo resident who was staying in a rehab center recovering from a fall recently had his home burglarized.