On Tuesday, the award-winning PBS program Frontline will air “Predator on the Reservation.” It’s a collaboration with the Wall Street Journal that outlines the crimes of Dr. Stanley Patrick Weber, a former pediatrician on the Blackfeet Reservation who was sentenced last month to more than 18 years in prison for sexually abusing young boys.
February 11, 2019
HELENA – The Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) hosted a unique educational event called a “wet lab’ at the capitol on Monday February 11.
BUTTE – A civil rights group has confirmed to MTN News that it’s looking into complaints of a severe lack of heat in some of the buildings at the Montana State Prison.
Montana U.S. Sen. Steve Daines wasn’t exactly on the fence when it comes to a border wall, but after a visit to the Rio Grande Valley, he is more convinced than ever that more needs to be done to secure the southern border.
HELENA – The City of Helena and Helena Fire Department are cautioning residents about the dangers of Carbon Monoxide in a new public service campaign.
HELENA – This is a hypothetical situation in very real weather. In this week’s Weather Wise, Meteorologist Curtis Grevenitz simulates a situation where he’s driven off the road in the current, harsh winter conditions.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY remains in effect for northeast Montana into Tuesday for wind chills as cold as -40. A WINTER STORM WARNING is in effect for northwest Montana. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for the Rocky Mountain Front into Tuesday.
Commissioner of Political Practices Jeff Mangan said the violations stem from Stapleton’s January 2nd press release announcing his candidacy.
HELENA – Financed by a new state-run insurance fund, Montana would offer up to 12 weeks of paid leave to workers who need to care
HELENA – On a mostly party-line vote with Republicans in favor, the Montana Senate Monday endorsed a bill requiring abortion providers to give women patients
211 is a number to call for the HELP CENTER for suicide prevention, counseling, information about any local resources, and so much more.
MTN News has learned about a death in Browning that has left a family searching for answers.
GREAT FALLS — Following the start of second semester, Great Falls High School (GFH) is not only rebuilding its physical appearance, but also remodeling a part of its curriculum.
UPDATE – The Carter County sheriff has confirmed the crash that shut down a section of Highway 212 between Broadus and Alzada on Monday morning involved three semi trucks, one of which was carrying what he called “military projectiles.”
Spencer Bruggeman was born with a birth defect in his left leg that causes it to be both shorter and skinnier than his right leg. It takes him double the effort per step for him to walk or run.