We’re almost halfway through the week, but not through the end of this beautiful weather.
HELENA – The Montana Department of Justice and the Helena YWCA partnered up Tuesday night to teach people how to recognize, respond to and report human trafficking in Montana.
HELENA – The Helena City Commission has passed the first draft of an ordinance to keep tobacco-flavored products away from children.
MISSOULA – On Thursday the Missoula International Airport will have one arrival that requires some extra attention, leaving some to ask what effect that will that have on other flights
HELENA – Public Service Commission Chairman Brad Johnson, vying for a second term representing western Montana’s PSC District 5, says he’d like to continue helping guide the regulatory body in keeping rates affordable for consumers – and fair for utilities.
HELENA – Thousands of canned and nonperishable food items were delivered to the Holter Museum of Art on Tuesday October 16 for CANSculpture.
HELENA-The City of Helena is currently sweeping leaves off the city streets in the hardest hit areas of town. Helena residents can only rake leaves
GREAT FALLS – East Middle School received a $30,000 grant from AT&T on Tuesday to create a student-run entrepreneurship program.
Miles City school district files cross-complaint against longtime athletic trainer accused of sexual abuse
BILLINGS- The Miles City Unified School District launched Monday a lawsuit of its own in response to a civil lawsuit filed in early October against the district and its former longtime athletic trainer, who is accused of sexual abuse spanning decades.
HELENA – People who suffer from life-threatening allergies and needing to fill their prescriptions for Epi-pens continue facing a national shortage that started back in May.
HELENA – Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester reported raising $3.8 million during the past three months, pushing his fundraising total to $18 million for the entire campaign – easily a state record.
VAUGHN – Brad Opheim has always liked working with his hands.
MISSOULA – The 17-year-old accused of shooting two other teenagers behind Sentinel High School over the summer testified in court on Monday afternoon during his own juvenile transfer hearing.
BUSBY – A waitress at a bar south of Busby got a generous tip, but it only got better when she used it to buy a Montana Lottery scratch-off ticket.
Officials with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) held a dedication ceremony at the department’s new Helena field office.