HELENA – U.S. Senator Jon Tester today announced that Helena veteran and mental health advocate Matt Kuntz has been appointed to a VA commission that will help improve mental health care for America’s veterans.
A familiar face in Montana could soon be on the political world stage.
The country awoke Thursday to the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. As daylight illuminated the scene, the extent of the damages began to unfold.
Thousands gathered this weekend in Maryland to honor fallen firefighters at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial.
BILLINGS – Along with the rest of the nation, Montanans are watching closely as Judge Brett Kavanaugh takes the gavel as the newest justice of the United States Supreme Court.
MISSOULA – A group of around 30 protesters with Missoula Rises and the Western Montana Democratic Socialists of America (Western MT-DSA) rallied at the offices for the Republican Party of Missoula on Brooks Street Friday in opposition to U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Republican Sen. Steve Daines of Montana will be out Saturday because he will be walking his daughter down the aisle at her wedding, and would miss a confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh held that day, his spokesperson told CNN on Thursday.
HELENA – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is asking for public input after the test of the national wireless emergency alert (WEA) on Wednesday, October 3.
BELGRADE- Heck-Quaw Elementary School in Belgrade has received the blue ribbon award from the U.S. Department of Education.
On the first day of National Substance Abuse Prevention Month, the Department of Justice announced it is awarding almost $320 million to combat the opioid crisis in America.
BILLINGS- Montana’s two U.S. senators both said they liked what they see so far of a new North American trade agreement.
BILLINGS – This week there is going to be a test, but not the kind you have to study for. And attendance is mandatory.
HELENA – According to the U.S. Census Bureau, International exports play a large role in the Montana economy with more than $1.6 billion in Montana goods being bought by other countries in 2017.
WASHINGTON, DC – The US Department of Justice will grant more than $113 million to American Indian and Alaska Native communities to improve public safety, serve victims of crime, combat violence against women, and support youth programs.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – As of Thursday, the death toll from Hurricane Florence has risen to 36 and those working to help after the devastation say there is much more to be done.