GREAT FALLS – Earlier this month, CNN reported that equipment produced by a Chinese company could be a potential threat to Malmstrom Air Force Base’s missile complex.
March 25, 2019
Flooding has become a major problem across Montana this month.
House Bill 755, introduced by Republican Rep. Eric Moore of Miles City, would provide $11 million for preschool providers in the 2020-21 school year. Gov. Steve Bullock’s office has some praise for the bill, but it’s drawing criticism from the union that represents public school teachers.
HELENA – As summer approaches, work is underway across parts of Lewis and Clark County in effort to reduce the risk of flooding.
A FLOOD ADVISORY is in effect for many areas east of the Continental Divide including Helena, Great Falls, the Rocky Mountain Front, Lewistown, Boulder, Townsend, Bozeman, Ennis, Dillon among other areas
The Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has issued a flood warning due to several roads being washed out.
On Monday, the MHP headquarters in Helena had several boxes of cards, letters and packages that people had mailed in for the family. Palmer is continuing to recover at a hospital in Utah, after he was wounded in a shooting near Missoula earlier this month.
BILLINGS – Yellowstone County authorities announced Monday they have used DNA testing to identify a suspect in the 45-year-old murder of a Billings Heights couple.
HELENA — Legislative Republicans and outdoor-recreation groups lined up Monday behind a bill they said would increase access through private land to “landlocked” public lands
HELENA – A judge set bond at $10,000 for an 18 year-old Helena man accused of rape.
HELENA — Republicans in the Montana House voted Monday to increase state income-tax revenue — by repealing more than a dozen tax credits, including several that benefit installers of energy-conservation and alternative-energy systems.
So far this season, 305 bison have been captured or killed near Yellowstone National Park.
HELENA – House Bill 21, or Hanna’s Act, failed on a tie vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday.
In Dodson, flooding problems are once again on the rise for a local animal organization.
HELENA — On a 10-9 vote, the bill to finance a proposed $48 million new museum for the Montana Historical Society advanced out of committee Monday.