BILLINGS – It’s a disease that has made headlines across Montana and the nation: a rare, polio-like illness that affects the nervous system.
February 4, 2019
HELENA – First responders were called to a significant number of incidents across the state due to the latest storm system to move through Montana.
HELENA- The 2018 Lewis and Clark Community Health Report was revealed to the public today at St. Peter’s Health. The report is to put together every three years, highlighting health concerns in the county.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY remains in effect until Tuesday afternoon for much of Montana. Brutally cold temperatures and snow spread across Montana through Saturday night and Sunday.
GREAT FALLS – From the outside, ADF International is just another industrial building people pass on the way out of Great Falls, but the inside tells a different story.
HELENA – Montana’s Republican congressman, Greg Gianforte, told state lawmakers Monday the national economy is booming because of policies by Republicans and President Trump –
MISSOULA – Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest days of the year for football, TV and food. Domino’s and Pizza Hut estimated they
BUTTE – Volunteers molded, waxed and glazed hundreds of handmade pots for the Empty Bowls fundraiser coming up on April 3 in Butte.
WASHINGTON, DC – A Missoula woman is heading to Washington, DC to attend the State of the Union address. Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) has announced
BILLINGS- A Billings woman and her 4-year-old boy are without a home after a toaster started their home on fire Thursday. Jill Fox-Jackson said on
Veterans helping veterans. The Montana Veterans Meat Locker distributed meat to veterans at Messiah Lutheran Church on Saturday. Each veteran received some combination of 12
BILLINGS- A federal judge has ruled that the wrongful death suit filed against the city of Billings by the family of an unarmed man killed by Billings police in 2014 can move forward to trial.
MISSOULA – Asbestos concerns are growing among the people who spent time in one University Montana building.
GREAT FALLS – As Great Falls Public Schools gets ready to demolish Longfellow Elementary School, they are taking the last few months to celebrate the history which dates back to the fall of 1951.
MTN News 12:01 pm February 4, 2019 BILLINGS – A 41-year-old Fort Smith woman died Sunday morning in a single-car crash. According to the Montana