HELENA – Lawmakers, advocates and survivors gathered to raise awareness about the national rise of suicide on Feb. 1 at the Montana State Capitol.
February 1, 2019
HELENA – “It was kind of like a war zone,” remembered former Carroll boiler engineer Butch Biskupiak.
Reporters from television and radio stations, newspapers and news wires went out into brutally cold temperatures to get as much information as they could and keep the public informed about what was happening.
A WINTER STORM WARNING is in effect for Sunday into Monday for most of Montana. No George Clooney isn’t going to be driving a ship
HELENA – “I was awakened by an explosion,” says former Lewis and Clark County Disaster & Emergency Services Coordinator Paul Spengler.
HELENA – Severe cold, some poor decisions and a lack of management are what investigators believe led to a train running uncontrolled towards Helena on
MISSOULA – Many cardiologists are offering their patients a new way to perform angiograms and stent placement that’s a lot less risky — especially for women.
HELENA – The train explosion of 1989 wasn’t the only heartbreaking event Carroll College faced in the coming years.
Dutton said, in three recent cases, fentanyl was disguised as oxycodone pills and sold on the black market. That is dangerous because fentanyl is far more potent than other drugs that may be abused.
BUTTE – When Dameane Baumgartner saw the bus driver run out of the bus after it stopped in Butte, he knew something was wrong.
MISSOULA – A University of Montana building that houses child care classrooms and offices closed unexpectedly on Thursday.
KALISPELL – University of Montana President Seth Bodnar was in Kalispell on Thursday to talk with students about continuing on to higher education.
GREAT FALLS – Friday morning, the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Director Sheila Hogan and several Great Falls health officials sat down to talk about the importance of Medicaid expansion in the state.
GREAT FALLS – United Way of Cascade County announced the campaign total they raised in 2018 on Thursday night, which totaled $1.1 million.
GREAT FALLS – Family and friends of Tammy Goff are asking for the public’s help in finding her.