GREAT FALLS- Jason Garneau’s always had a love for art. After serving in the Navy for 16.5 years, he realized he wasn’t making art anymore and no longer had a positive escape in his life.
WEST YELLOWSTONE- Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit in Yellowstone on Thursday morning as part of a trip to Montana, and Yellowstone visitors should note that it could change their plans.
GREAT FALLS- After 34 years as an educator, Tammy Lacey, the Great Falls Public Schools Superintendent, is now retiring. She's sharing with us some of her trials and tribulations, and what's next.
BROWNING - With three days away from the two year anniversary of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner disappearing from Browning, Mont., the family’s agonizing search for her continues.
The Montana Department of Justice says Casey Blanchard is finally coming home after being shot several times and undergoing 10 surgeries at a Utah hospital.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Smoke from large wildfires in Canada's Alberta province has drifted into five U.S. states and is causing haze and air quality issues.
As the days get hotter with summer, a Montana state auditor from the Commissioner of Securities & Insurance wants to remind people across the Treasure State to prepare for the upcoming fire season.
BOZEMAN- Three-time Olympian and NHL player Pete Budaj says he'll coach the MSU Bobcats' club hockey team because of their explosive season last year.
GLACIER – Snow plows are making progress over at Glacier National Park. GNP says plows reached Logan Pass on Saturday, with the starting pass going as far as the end of the parking lot.
Governor Steve Bullock held a ceremonial signing Thursday for five laws focused on reporting, investigating and addressing the MMIP epidemic in the Treasure State. The MMIP legislative package includes House Bill 20, 21, and 34, as well as Senate Bill 40 and 321, all of which are meant to ta…
GREAT FALLS - We all know recycling is tough in Montana, but we bet you’re throwing away several things you can recycle, even in Montana. We’ve got a surprising list of items you can recycle.
POLSON - The number of whooping cough cases in Lake County has now grown to 19, and health officials said on Wednesday that four of the cases include infants.
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
- Man killed, another injured in Glacier park rollover crash
- MAFB no longer considered for temporary shelter