BILLINGS – Billings is chock full of amazing high school students. Some will take the stage at MetraPark Sunday to graduate.
KALISPELL – Glacier High School’s band is representing Montana in the 2019 National Memorial Day parade in Washington D.C.
GREAT FALLS – Three Great Falls elementary school students are jumping to new heigh
MISSOULA – One of Missoula’s long-standing nonprofit organizations that served thousands of children will close its doors at the end of May.
BILLINGS- Two federal government agencies have come together to help small businesses in eastern Montana.
GREAT FALLS – A 20-year-old Great Falls man is facing a sexual assault charge after allegedly raping an intoxicated 15-year-old girl last summer.
GREAT FALLS – As we head into the summer months, the staff at Forde Nursery has observed many trees and shrubs showing signs of damage.
MISSOULA – Faced with some major engineering questions and the potential of damaging a critical railroad bridge, the Montana Department of Transportation is postponing plans to remove dangerous bridge piers on the Blackfoot River.
RED LODGE- Twenty-two new inches of snow fell in Red Lodge in the last 24 hours, and the fresh snow made for some unexpected and amazing spring skiing by locals.
BOZEMAN – The Bozeman Police Department released its annual report for 2018, and there were more calls for service than 2017.
BUTTE – “I want you to do four extra groups. Remember we had the incident two weeks ago? That you admitted to,” Butte DUI Court Judge Jimm Kilmer said to one of the program participants.
GREAT FALLS – The Great Falls City Commission passed a resolution Tuesday night to raise the cost at downtown parking meters.
BOZEMAN – Crews are still tearing down MSU’s gym walls. This week, MSU President Waded Cruzado weighed in on fitness center’s future. Since the first
BOZEMAN – A Belgrade woman who reportedly had a blood alcohol content of more than 4 times the legal limit was charged with aggravated DUI in Gallatin County Justice Court on Thursday morning.
The Bitterroot National Forest reports a trail near Sula is impassable due to tree debris created by an avalanche this past winter.