BILLINGS, Mont. – A 19-year-old Billings man will spend two years in federal prison for his role in a 2017 firearms theft from a Billings
November 20, 2018
BILLINGS, Mont. – As firefighters from Montana return from California to help fight the devastating wildfires, Red Cross of Montana is sending volunteers. There are
HAMILTON – A Florence man is facing several charges after a truck he was driving crashed into a fence, injuring his passenger and sending the
A reward of $1,200 is being offered by Havre/Hill County Crimestoppers for information about a threat to Havre High School. The initial amount of the reward
Story by Ashley Welch, CBS News The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning consumers not to eat romaine lettuce as officials investigate a
The U.S. Supreme court has denied an appeal for John Lieba, the Fort Peck man who was convicted for kidnapping and raping a Poplar girl.
BUTTE Mont: Mild and dry weather pattern will continue into Wednesday across Montana and possibly into Thursday morning. Great news for traveling across Montana and
Latest information from NOAA and the Climate Prediction Center is a weak El Niño is developing in the equatorial pacific. Sea surface temperatures show a deep
BILLINGS- If you and your family will be hitting the highways this week, this is perhaps the most important question: Is your vehicle ready? This busy holiday
GREAT FALLS – Wood shop at one Great Falls middle school has taken on an entrepreneurial tone. GrizzBiz is an Electric City enterprise where 7th and 8th graders
The United States Marshals Service District of Montana has issued a BOLO Alert (Be On the Look-Out) for Purnell Lee Racine. Racine, 24 years old,
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – Fire has always been a part of Yellowstone, but how fire is managed has changed. High tech weather computers, satellite imagery,
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says it’s not the time for finger-pointing over the destruction of the deadly California wildfires, yet he’s openly blaming “radical environmentalists”
BISMARCK, N.D.- September was a record-setting month in the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota. In the monthly report from North Dakota’s Mineral Resources Department, new all-time
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