BILLINGS – For eight years, Will Grundhauser built what he calls “his temple,” a martial arts gym in the heart of downtown Billings.
Every two years, Helena experiences a burst of activity as 150 lawmakers – and many more lobbyists and members of the public – come to the capital for the state legislative session. But that session can’t run smoothly without a lot of preparation behind the scenes.
LEWISTOWN- Seventy-seven years have passed since that fateful day when Hal Conrad found himself in the middle of a moment that would change the course of American history.
ARLEE – If dancing is a universal language, a man from Arlee has a lot to say.
MISSOULA – Running a Montana ranch is a dream for many people but it’s also a dream that comes with a lot of responsibility.
BILLINGS – Most parents cannot imagine watching their child drive down a track at over 200 miles an hour.
MISSOULA – Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Gordon Schmill has a lifetime of law enforcement experience, and everything he did, he did well, because he loved his job.
A panel of MTN political specialists and guests take a closer look at the results from the 2018 midterm elections.
HELENA – March is Women’s History Month and in Montana, there have been some extraordinary women who have made history. MTN News headed to Helena to learn about a woman who not only had a hand in shaping political history — but as of Susan Good Geise puts it – also had ringside seat to some of the most amazing things.
HELENA – March is Women’s History Month, and in Montana, there have been some extraordinary women who have made history. Reporter Mikenzie Frost has the story of Elouise Cobell, a Blackfeet native who took on the federal government — and how her son helps share her legacy.
BOZEMAN – The sun shines on the campus of Montana State University and the sidewalks are void of students as they enjoy spring break, but upstairs in Montana Hall – history. Waded Cruzado is the first woman president of Montana State University and she would like to see that change.
MISSOULA – Independent living for people living with disabilities is becoming continuously difficult due to legislative action that reduced the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) budgets in 2017.
HELENA – Women are making strides for equality all over the world, taking on roles that were only done by men in the past. As we celebrate leaders during national Women’s History Month this March, we talked with the Montana Historical Society to learn about some women who left their mark on The Treasure State.
HELENA – Octavia Bridgewater grew up in Helena and graduated from Helena High in 1925. Octavia went to the Lincoln School of Nursing in New York and returned to work after graduating in 1930.
CLANCY – Debbie Zipperian went about her day like any other day on a sunny morning in the spring of 2011 on her ranch near