HELENA- City Manager Ana Cortez confirmed to MTN Friday that Fire Chief Mark Emert resigned his position Friday.
As Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer fights for his life in a Utah hospital, his fellow troopers are asking people to show support through a new social media campaign.
BILLINGS- A pregnant Lockwood woman and her husband pleaded not guilty to the charges of deliberate homicide of their 17-month-old girl.
BOZEMAN – There’s a scam floating around local parishes and churches.
GREAT FALLS – Two men are facing felony charges after a shooting and alleged kidnapping near a Great Falls Walmart Thursday morning.
BUTTE – The Small Business Development Center honored homegrown entrepreneurs this week at the upcoming Montana Craft Malt small business that’s opening in the Montana Connections business park just south of Butte. The SBDC helps small ventures get started.
Police on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation are investigating a shooting after a medical team discovered the victim of a car crash had a gunshot wound.
BOZEMAN – A program to help beautify the City of Bozeman, planting more trees across the area, returns this week.
BILLINGS- U.S. Sen. Steve Daines toured the future home of Family Services on Billings South Side Thursday. The nonprofit purchased the building at 3927 First
GREAT FALLS – A School Board Budget Committee meeting Thursday decided not to recommend putting a mill levy on the May ballot for the 2019-2020 school year despite a potential budget shortfall.
BOZEMAN – Residents of Gallatin County have been reporting a Verizon Wireless scam.
MISSOULA – Lots of people to love to walk in Western Montana but not many would lace up the boots just to create attention for the dozens of smaller non-profit organizations making a difference in our communities.
MARION – A memorial service to remember the life of a Marion firefighter who recently died in a freak accident will be held this weekend.
MISSOULA – A Bozeman father and son who admitted distributing heroin were sentenced to prison this week.
MISSOULA – Authorities are warning that there’s been a jump in scams reported in Missoula County.