BOZEMAN – A 12-year debate over a portion of Bear Canyon Road - and who owns it - is finally resolved. For the first time in more than a decade, Gallatin County now officially has ownership of the contested 1.5-mile section of the road.
He's earned the nick-name 'Trusty Trucker' and rightly so. Larry Spiekermeier of Plains, Montana has logged 4 million accident-free miles carrying heavy truck loads. Angela Marshall takes you on a ride to meet this week's Montana Treasure.
BOZEMAN - The former Bozeman Symphony Conductor issued a statement about his decision to leave the symphony amid accusations of misconduct.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - Officials are reaching out to the public for input on a proposal to add more housing for seasonal employees in the park.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — The National Park Service is collecting input on a plan to add seasonal housing for employees who provide concessions services in Yellowstone National Park.
A WEATHER AUTHORITY ALERT remains in place for Western Montana as heavy snow is expected for many areas through Friday.
Incoming winter weather will make already poor road conditions worse. Visibility may also be an issue.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - The conductor of the Bozeman Symphony has resigned amid an investigation into allegations that he bullied and harassed musicians, staff and patrons.
BOZEMAN- Ruth Spinelli has moved all of the country, played every sport under the sun and works a respectable 9-to-5 job at Safeway in Bozeman.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a suit on behalf of two women who were detained last summer in Havre. The two claim they were detained for speaking with Spanish accents.
Nine-year-old Walker was diagnosed with cancer three years ago. And while he beat the disease, now his father Stan Wagner may need to pull his son out of school again due to Walker’s increased risk of getting the mumps post-chemo.
A Bozeman family says their son has a compromised immune system after battling cancer, and he can't safely attend school if his classmates aren't vaccinated.
BOZEMAN - Three cases of mumps are confirmed in children attending public schools, and health officials are investigating other possible cases.
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Two conservation groups say the Flathead National Forest's new management plan will allow new road building that could harm threatened species like grizzly bears.
BIG SKY - Despite facing subzero temperatures early Sunday, a huge crowd showed up in Big Sky for the Big Sky Skijoring competition. And if you thought those low temperatures would chill spectators’ spirits, you’d be wrong.
MISSOULA - UM's campus library is closed due to burst pipes and flooding on "all levels" of the building, which contains thousands of textbooks and historic archives.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Prosecutors are pushing to restore Montana's mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years in prison for convictions of certain sexual crimes against children.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Enrollment for the spring semester at Montana State University has set a record for the 11th consecutive year with 15,694 students.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Montana health officials have recorded 488 new cases of flu in the state during the last week of January, bringing the total to 1,486 cases.
Caryssa Fish, the daughter of Montana State men’s basketball coach Brian Fish and his wife Melyssa, passed away Friday in Florida. She was 29.
Currently in Bozeman
- Manhattan basketball player apologizes after undercut caught on video
- Coeur d'Alene teenager makes $35,000 plowing Seattle streets
- Man buried in I-90 avalanches says rescuers had to dig a quarter of a mile to get him out
- Online petition calls for selling Montana to Canada to solve national debt
- 10th Ave South in Great Falls down to two lanes
- Missoula daycare owner battling kidney failure
- One man in custody after fatal shooting in Flathead
- Traffic on I-90 on Idaho side of Lookout pass at a standstill
- Former boxing Olympian training niece
- Dead woman found frozen in Great Falls driveway