HELENA – Copper came in to the humane society when his owners moved and could no longer care for him.
HELENA — Montana Health officials are considering a rule to require all public schools to test their drinking water for lead.
BOZEMAN – Montana State University made a big step toward the finish line for its Master Plan.
BUTTE – The Montana Folk Festival brings music to Butte and much needed money to local businesses.
KALISPELL – Thousands of tickets have been sold for Under the Big Sky, a concert taking place this weekend in Whitefish where nationally-known musicians will be performing.
MISSOULA – The University of Montana is hosting the Movin’ On organization on campus to show potential college students with disabilities what opportunities await them if they choose the college route.
Check out Kirsch’s interview on Daybreak about what to expect at his appearance this weekend.
BOZEMAN – Montana State University recently launched a new app for smartphones called Safe Cats in an effort to increase student safety on campus.
GREAT FALLS – The Great Falls Municipal Band is hosting a concert to celebrate its 125th anniversary.
HELENA – The Helena/Lewis and Clark County area has been awarded $27,238 in federal funds under the Emergency Food & Shelter National Board Program (EFSP) to supplement emergency food and shelter programs.
HELENA — Lewis and Clark Brewing Company has created, crafted and canned a special pale ale, recognizing Great Falls military history.
BOZEMAN – It’s been a decade in the making and now a computer made entirely by the hands of Montana State University students has a date with the moon.
MISSOULA – A Missoula man — Matthew Harold VanValin — remains behind bars after a pursuit that began late last Sunday night in Ronan and ended 36 miles later at the Gray Wolf Peak Casino in Evaro.
Students, teachers and community members will have access to real-time energy production data from the solar-energy system through an online platform. Teachers and district administrators are working on ways to incorporate that data into lessons on solar power, thermal energy and other STEM concepts.
BOZEMAN – As of Thursday, three new babies in Bozeman share a birthday on the Fourth of July.