HELENA- Before Thursday, Montana was just one of five states in the country without a law to protect firefighters and that changed when Governor Steve Bullock signed that state's first protection act into law.
MISSOULA - Easter is just around the corner and Posh Chocolat's enormous chocolate Easter eggs, filled with handmade treats, are almost sold out for the season.
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A Missoula couple have pleaded not guilty in a Montana court to criminal child endangerment and other charges in their treatment of foster children.
BUTTE, Mont. (AP) — Officials say activity at a southwestern Montana gold mine soon will end and employees will be laid off at the end of September.
MISSOULA - University of Montana campus police are investigating after a student reportedly fired a gun out of a residence hall window.
Two buildings on the Missoula County fairgrounds are getting a face lift, to make them more functional, and to bring back the fairground's century-old look.
A change in laws over the last few years has lost the non-profit Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Missoula over $120,000 in state and federal funding, so now the organization is asking for your help to keep them going.
ST. IGNATIUS - Local high school students created amazing Montana-inspired custom sneakers in hopes of winning an $80,000 prize.
POLSON, Mont. (AP) — A western Montana woman has pleaded not guilty to deliberate homicide in the May 2018 shooting death of her former boyfriend in Thompson Falls.
MISSOULA - The Poverello Center is crunched for space, as staff say more people are in need of a place to stay at night after the Salvation Army closed its warming shelter at the end of March.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana's House of Representatives rejected a bill that would allow NorthWestern Energy to purchase an additional portion of a coal-fired power plant in southeastern Montana.
A Little Free Library in Missoula was vandalized and left owners very upset, but with a lot of support from the community the owners say they'll rebuild and carry on.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service is planning to set a series of fires on about 16 square miles (42 square kilometers) of national forest in Montana to reduce the risk of high intensity wildfires.
LINCOLN – Local authorities are preparing to host burning projects in the Ogden Mountain and Poorman Creek areas this spring, according to a press release from the United States Department of Agriculture.
The Stevensville community is hosting a fundraiser for one of the victims of a shooting spree in Missoula that killed one man and injured three others.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Officials say a Montana Highway Patrol trooper who was shot three times still can't speak and his movements are limited.
Poverello Center employees said they've seen a significant growth in the use of their homeless facility this past year. Neighboring homeowners and business owners are feeling the impact.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A state judge has revoked the water permit for a silver and copper mine proposed beneath a northwestern Montana wilderness area.
MISSOULA - Expect delays and detours on Russell Street and West Broadway for the next three weeks as some turn lanes at the intersection will be closed for construction.
Yellowstone National Park officials say a golden eagle died of acute lead poisoning, likely from feeding off gut piles contaminated with lead shot.
Missoula Park and Recreation officials are opening up the south zone of Mount Jumbo for public access, after extending its closure due to a greater than normal snow pack.
MISOULA - Saturday community members came out to Stevensville to support Trooper Wade Palmer and his family with a silent auction, raffle and a food truck. Organizers say this is what a community does when tragedy strikes.
STANFORD - A horse sustained injury Saturday following a crash on MT200 involving a pickup and trailer, according to Montana Highway Patrol.
UPDATE (04/13/19 1:01 PM) - Montana Governor Steve Bullock released a statement Saturday on the Medicaid expansion bill Saturday, urging lawmakers to, "stop playing politics."
Currently in Missoula
- Couple arrested in Bozeman for indecent exposure at hot springs
- Head-on crash on I-15 leaves driver with potentially life-threatening injuries
- #YouAsked: What's going on with Cattlemen's Cut?
- Montana Highway Patrol responds to vehicle-horse collision near Stanford
- Close friends launch new public house in Great Falls
- I-15 road blocked south of Helena due to crash
- Random customers have been buying this WWII veteran's breakfast in Post Falls every day for at least three years
- 14-year-old Missoula girl reported missing
- Montana Highway Patrol trooper continues recovery, remains non-verbal after shooting
- Developer plans 105-room hotel in downtown Missoula