When driving about on the highway, have you ever seen a dirt hill that seemingly leads to nowhere and wondered what it’s for?
GREAT FALLS - Great Falls former boxing Olympian Todd Foster is hosting a crosstown boxing fight Friday with high school students for the fifth year in a row.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Montana judge has certified a class-action lawsuit that claims the city of Billings improperly taxed residents by imposing franchise fees on their utility bills.
CMR High School recently received a $1,000 grant from the Great Falls Public Schools Foundation to purchase 6 brand new CPR mannequins; completely changing the way health is taught throughout the school.
MISSOULA - A Missoula program is helping refugees share their culture and a taste of home with the community, and it’s about to expand to meet demand.
MISSOULA - Missoula County Public Schools is preparing its final plan to adjust attendance boundaries for some its elementary schools. The district is asking for more community feedback before making the final decision.
MISSOULA - The switch from dorm life to apartment life can be intimidating for college students. The University of Montana's Griz Housing Fair aims to make that transition smoother.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is creating a task force to investigate how an Indian Health Service doctor was able to sexually assault children in his care.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Missoula is about to turn 50, but the organization needs to raise a significant amount of money to make it to that birthday.
HELENA – Montana State Parks has announced a temporary emergency closure for Smith River State Park due to excessive ice and snow on the river, according to a press release.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Legislature unanimously passed a bill Friday to clarify that fossils are part of a property's surface rights, not its mineral rights, unless a contract separating those rights says otherwise.
MISSOULA - If you're looking for a friendly companion to take on a walk or go for ice cream, the Date With a Dog program offers the chance to do just that with a friendly local shelter dog.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Administrators, staff and residents of Montana retirement communities asked the Legislature Thursday to allow their facilities to be licensed to serve alcohol to residents and their guests as part of the increasing services retirees expect.
Tribal authorities are responding to a fire in the former administrative building for the Crow Tribe, and the public is asked to stay away as natural gas lines are in the area.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — The Fort Peck Tribes have filed a grievance with the Montana High School Association involving the presentation of tribal flags during pre-game ceremonies.
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A neo-Nazi website operator must disclose his net worth to attorneys for a Montana real estate agent who sued him for orchestrating an anti-Semitic "troll storm" against her family.
MISSOULA - Some Missoula community members are gathering supplies to help babies around the globe. They're asking volunteers for help with packing them into kits.
MISSOULA - Wondering just what goes on when you drop off recycling in the bin? A new class in Missoula aims to help people understand the city's recycling problems and talk about ways to solve them.
CORRECTION (Wed 11:46 AM) - Clark County Engineer Dan Karlin's last quote on a plan was originally written in reference to a construction project from the Trap Club Project, but actually refers to a FEMA Food Mitigation Assistance Grant awarded in Sept. 2018. The change is now reflected in t…
MISSOULA - Spring is here, and melting snow means flood season is on its way. A Missoula group says volunteers need to learn some guidelines to before jumping in to help.
GREAT FALLS – A Wolf Point resident admitted on Monday to driving while under the influence on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Oct. 2018 when he crashed his vehicle and killed one of his passengers, according to a press release from the United States Attorney’s Office District of Montana.
GREAT FALLS – A Browning man on Monday admitted to strangling a woman during an argument in a vehicle on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Sept. 2018, according to a press release.
GREAT FALLS – A Poplar resident admitted Tuesday to stabbing a woman in the back almost a year ago, according to an email from the United States Attorney’s Office District of Montana.
Currently in Missoula
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- I-15 road blocked south of Helena due to crash
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