HELENA – The Interagency Committee for Change by Women (ICCW) are currently organizing a large food drive at the State Capitol complex and other state agencies to benefit Helena Food Share
February 12, 2019
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for central Montana through Wednesday into Thursday morning. A WIND CHILL ADVISORY remains in effect for northeast Montana. A FLOOD WATCH continues for an ice jam on the Jefferson River.
HELENA – The Montana Senate Tuesday endorsed a bill increasing by $3 the motor-vehicle fee that supports state parks and fishing-access sites. Increasing the annual
HELENA – Snow-buried fire hydrants can be a safety issue during severe winter weather, as local officials are doing their best to prevent any potential dilemma in case of emergency by informing citizens to make certain they keep hydrants outside of their homes and on sidewalks clear and visible.
GREAT FALLS – Brett Bruggeman of Great Falls claimed the first place title for the 300-mile Race to the Sky in Lincoln when he crossed the finish line with 11 dogs at 6:02 a.m. Tuesday.
The FBI has confirmed it is investigating the death of 18-year-old Brittany MadPlume, whose body was found January 12 in a vehicle in Browning.
BILLINGS – The change of plea hearing for the former Miles City athletic trainer accused of sexually abusing dozens of boys was continued Tuesday.
HELENA – When temperatures drop to sub-zero levels for days on end, going outside doesn’t always sound appealing. But there are some outdoor recreationists who don’t let the cold keep them cooped up.
The Montana House of Representatives has passed a bill that would use money from the coal severance tax trust fund to pay for low- and moderate-income housing projects.
The family of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner is still searching for answers after she went missing 20 months ago.
UPDATE: 2/12/19, 1:20 P.M. – David Harold Hixson, 56, was seen in Gallatin County Justice Court on Tuesday and is being held on $100,000 bail.
GREAT FALLS – A 48 year-old Great Falls woman died Saturday after her car slid off the road in sub-zero temperatures and she was unable to enter her house.
BOZEMAN – Gallatin City-County Health Department has confirmed that three children in Gallatin County have been diagnosed with mumps.
GREAT FALLS – A Great Falls teenager is giving back to the community through the Boy Scouts.
BUTTE – Economic leaders believe in order for Butte to have a healthy economic future, affordable housing for first-time and middle-income home buyers will be necessary.