GREAT FALLS - While the Celtic Cowboy pub and restaurant has been a Great Falls staple for several years now, it actually hosts a legacy that dates back over a century.
Glacier National Park’s iconic vintage 1930s red buses came out of the garage over the weekend to start the summer season. They’re an exciting part of the Glacier experience for many visitors—and even more meaningful to the people who drive them all summer.
GREAT FALLS- It's called "Hero Week", and it's starting next week in the Electric City. We're telling you why one CrossFit gym has set aside an entire "work out of the day" in honor of a local firefighter.
GREAT FALLS- They're unofficially calling themselves the Great Falls job recruitment team. Here's how this team is bringing more young professionals into the Electric City.
Be able to recognize a stress point and ask for help. For more information or to make an appointment for your family go to ProvidenceMH.com or call 406-579-4984.
Jami Eaton made a transition from working with children in the school system to working as a Clinician at Providence Mental Health. She wants to help teachers and parents help students both at school and at home. For more information or to make an appointment for your family, go to Providenc…
Today we sit down with Kevin Maxwell, the founder of Providence Mental Health and talk about how great the need is for mental health resources for children, teens and families.
GREAT FALLS- The 2019 Big Sky Region College Rodeo Finals are kicking off in the Electric City this weekend, we’re checking in with a couple of students participating in this rodeo to see how they keep a balance between rodeo and being in college.
MISSOULA - Tiffany Susan didn’t grow up dreaming of becoming a professional stunt driver. As a teenager, she wanted to become an architect--before she got into a car crash that nearly killed her.
It was a rainy Saturday at the Conrad high school rodeo but that wasn't enough to stop our Adam Chalifoux from making an appearance to introduce you to Tucker Atkinson, this week's Student of the Week.
Townsend Bulldogs junior Nate Hill is a three-sport athlete who participates in long and triple jump and throws shot put, discus, and javelin during the spring in Broadwater County.
They have filled the walls of countless homes and businesses around the world. And with every print, painting, poster, license plate, and even beer label, the creator gets to show off his native home, the great state of Montana.
Figure skater Justin Hergett says he's been pressured to stop skating, but he stuck with it despite the bullies - and is now a U.S. Figure Skating gold medalist.
Wes Urbaniak started making guitars when he was fourteen, or as he says he started 'breaking them,' deconstructing the stringed instruments to make them unique.
The Chinook Sugarbeeters were one of the most intimidating teams in the state this season … with 5 players 6-foot-3 or taller, the Beeters defense lived up to the name.
Currently in Missoula
- Family says cows broke into their new house in Montana
- Funnel cloud spotted over Bozeman
- Name released of Montana man killed in Glacier Park wreck
- CSKT offering $10K reward for information leading to Jermain Charlo
- Montana State Prison reports inmate death
- Lost springer spaniel found in Conrad, Mont.; owners sought
- Semi carrying bees tips over outside Bozeman
- Semi-truck and car collide along I-90, back up traffic for miles
- MAFB no longer considered for temporary shelter
- Man killed, another injured in Glacier park rollover crash