MISSOULA -- Hundreds of people escaping war and persecution now have new lives in Montana. That's all in thanks to a non-profit called "Soft Landing."
Josh Quick understands your love for Montana. And he understands how proud you are of the Treasure State. That's because he is too!"I think it's a mysterious place. In the lower 48, we live in a mysterious, sparely populated place with mountains and plains and I think a lot of folks don't kn…
GREAT FALLS- Since 1947, the United States Marine Corps has been involved in Toys for Tots, an annual program that collects toys for less fortunate families.
You can tell from the moment you meet him, Tate Jones comes alive when he talks about military history. Stan Cohen? Hayes Otoupalik? They do too. They all come alive, and their passion shows.
After more than 30 years in the Electric City, Centene Stadium is saying goodbye to two of its biggest fans, Jim and Keith Eaklund.
BILLINGS - This week's Montana Treasure highlights a Billings fourth grader who took matters into his own hands following a devastating natural disaster.
Thomas Penley is this week’s Mattress Firm Student of The Week. Penley is a Tight End on the Capital Bruins football team, but that isn’t the only thing he is known for.
BUTTE-When a Butte man's wife was diagnosed with cancer in the late 1970s, he made a promise that serves as a southwest Montana icon today.
The cowboy way of life isn't as common in Montana as it used to be almost a century ago. As times change though, one artist continues to cement that lifestyle and legacy through his hand-crafted sculptures, which are always featured at Great Falls’ Western Art Week every year.
BOZEMAN- Montana is the only state in the country that honors highway crash victims with a fatality marker at the site of the crash. It's a program with 60 years of history in the Treasure State.
The World Mission Society Church of God hosting a food drive Sunday, August 18 at the Super 1 Foods on 3160 10'th Ave. South. Everyone is encouraged to drop off non-perishable items to support the Great Falls Food Bank.
BUTTE- Whether you're driving up or walking up, Bonanza Freeze has a little bit of everything.From burgers to milkshakes, smiley fries to ice cream and even cotton candy, customers know exactly what they're getting every time they order.
LIVINGSTON - If you stop by Chloe's Barkery to pick up a Montana-shaped treat for your dog, you just might be greeted by one of the state's youngest business owners: 18-year-old Chloe Jean Milsten.
BOZEMAN – One Montana woman is painstakingly answering the questions of the world’s wildest, weirdest words, in one of MTPR's most beloved segments that you may have heard on the radio.
From the outside looking in, Troy Ross is just a normal five year old. He likes to dance, play with his favorite toys, and of course, annoy his older sister Kennedy.
Pitchers in baseball control the destiny of the game. Meaning most of the time, the outcome of the match is determined by how well they pitch. However, relieving pitcher Karan Patel is hoping to not only leave a mark on the mound for the Voyagers, but on the sport of baseball.
WHITEHALL - Tucked away in the mountains about 10 miles south of Whitehall, a curious sound rings out - the musical chiming of a pile of rocks.
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.
Currently in Missoula
- Helena woman arrested for alleged meth possession
- Columbia High School announcer terminated after inappropriate announcement made against Browning High School team
- Missing 13-year-old Missoula boy found safe
- MHP looking for car that hit a pedestrian on US-93
- Big Horn County Sheriff confirms body of Selena Not Afraid is found
- MAFB Airman found dead; investigation underway
- Man charged after embezzling money, manipulating man so he could pay it back
- Whitefish girl struck by car to enter coma emergence program
- Man charged after spanking a 5-year-old autistic child
- "Get out of there and I'll kick your ***!" County plow drivers report dangerous, borderline violent, run ins