GREAT FALLS – Once again, Montana leaders are fighting for the Little Shell Chippewa Tribe.
January 9, 2019
BOZEMAN – A well-known photographer in Bozeman was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer. In response to his illness, Tim Stiller is giving back to the community.
Democrats claim the secretary of state violated state law by announcing his 2020 campaign for governor using an official state email account.
HELENA – The Missing and Endangered Person Advisory for Alex and Kristl Kaufman has expired.
Family Outreach is a private, non-profit agency providing education and support services to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, or developmental delays, in the Bozeman, Butte and Helena areas. These services include early intervention, autism insurance services, children’s waiver, supported employment and supported living.
HELENA – Montana Senate President Scott Sales said Wednesday he’ll ask the Legislature to express its formal support for President Trump’s southern border wall – and, put some taxpayer money where its mouth is.
A warmer airmass moved into the state on Wednesday with high temperatures of 55 in Lewistown, 54 in Great Falls and Choteau, and 49 in Cut Bank.
HAVRE – After a happy holiday spent in Montana, a North Dakota family ran into trouble in Havre on their way home.
Leaders said some of the programs they offer can’t go forward right now. They also encouraged federal employee who aren’t getting paid to contact them if they’re in need of support resources.
HELENA – The American Legion Lewis and Clark Post #2 will be collecting donations over the weekend for the families affected by a devastating house fire on Raymond Street last week.
BILLINGS – A third-grade student brought a handgun to Washington Elementary School Tuesday on Billings West End, Superintendent Greg Upham confirmed.
A new piece of legislation in Montana would stop the state’s Motor Vehicle Division from taking your driver’s license away if you can’t afford to pay for court-ordered fines and fees for unrelated offenses.
MISSOULA – More than 38 million Americans are on food stamps and the impacts from the partial federal government shutdown have the potential to hit these people where it hurts the most – their health, and their wallets.
WASHINGTON, DC – There’s a concern and call for action following the death of a 14-year-old Lame Deer girl.
MISSOULA – The outlook for road conditions seems pretty bleak for Wednesday, and if you are hitting any of the highways in Montana you might