KALISPELL – A recent decision to euthanize two yearling grizzly bears who became food and human conditioned has state wildlife officials urging residents to do their part to avoid circumstances like this.
BUTTE – A long-time juvenile treatment facility in Butte is closing down this month.
HELENA- A Federal judge sentenced a Helena man to more than 10 years in prison for possessing some 6,000 child porn images.
TOWNSEND- Broadwater Co. Sheriff Wynn Meehan tells MTN there is a search underway for a missing 6-year-old girl in the Radersburg area southwest of Townsend.
HELENA: With a rich mining and logging history Lincoln, MT has over the years become a destination for hunters, back-packers, sled dog racing fans and most recently patrons of the fine arts.
GREAT FALLS- Rich in both history and farmland, the Sun River Valley remains a vital part of the Central Montana landscape.
GREAT FALLS-A Great Falls resident is warning others to stay vigilant on the Missouri River after he nearly drowned several years ago.
BILLINGS — Trout numbers in the Bighorn River hit record lows this spring, which state biologists say corresponds with high river flows below Yellowtail Dam the previous two spring hatch seasons.
GREAT FALLS- A local medical team is coming together to help survivors of sexual assault through their trauma.
This morning, temperatures were significantly lower than yesterday morning- some spots were almost 20 degrees colder!
HELENA-Search and rescue crews credit a grandfather for saving a young girl from Prickly Pear Creek Wednesday evening.
HELENA — The man who died Monday in a diving accident at Canyon Ferry Lake was shooting a promotional video for a prospective political candidate, who also was at the scene of the accident, the Lewis and Clark County sheriff’s office said Wednesday.
A federal audit found the program that provides grants to crime victims is generally operating well, but they made some suggestions on how it could perform better.
On Wednesday, the teens took part in an activity called “Independence City.” They were given simulated real-world challenges like applying for a job, seeking financial aid for college or filing their taxes. They then practiced accessing the services that could help them, from banks and employment agencies to the post office.
HELENA— The East Helena School district ordered workers to remove a design on the new East Helena High School that upset some residents.