HELENA – The Montana State Capitol currently holds the 66th Legislature, Governor’s Office, the Office of the Secretary of State and some of the most impressive pieces of artwork in the state.
January 10, 2019
HELENA – The Lewis and Clark Humane Society (LCHS) has announced Kelsee Dalton Watts as their next Executive Director.
Helena organizations launch “Housing Is Healthcare” project to address homelessness, housing insecurity
The program is a community planning effort, led by St. Peter’s Health, the Helena Housing Authority and the United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area. The goal is to identify individuals and families who don’t have secure housing, then provide them with targeted support.
Last year on this day, temperatures were 40-50 degrees colder than today’s highs.
BILLINGS – Malt barley and sugar beets are two very important crops to Montana and Wyoming farmers and the economy. This week, both crops were in the spotlight during a symposium hosted by the Mountain States Crop Education Association in Billings.
HFD leaders say it appears both recent apartment fires were accidental, and linked to heating appliances. The city fire marshal said it’s important to have a professional inspect your heating system every year.
A 56-year-old woman from Hilger died after a rollover crash south of Roy.
Thousands of people across the country have received a prerecorded message, saying their Social Security numbers have been linked to criminal activity, like a stolen car or confiscated drug paraphernalia. It says they need to call back immediately.
The number of fatal accidents on Montana roads fell again in 2018.
GREAT FALLS – The Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has identified the woman who was struck and killed by a vehicle Tuesday. Mary G. Allison, 89,
MISSOULA – We’re learning new information about the case of a five-month-old baby who was found partially buried in the woods near Lolo Hot Springs last July as the man accused of doing it gears up for trial.
MISSOULA – January is designated as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and Human Trafficking Awareness Day is coming up on January 11.
BILLINGS- After its worst December since the Great Depression, stocks have bounced back into territory with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing up 91.67 points Wednesday– the fourth straight day that it has been in positive territory.
BILLINGS- A Billings man is charged with escape after Yellowstone County prosecutors say he kicked out the back of a patrol car, while in custody and ran from police.
MISSOULA – Missoula is finishing up a new plan to improve the world for pedestrians.