MISSOULA, Mont. – Another Montana publication will be ending its run this month. Montana Magazine, which is owned by Lee Enterprises, will be halting publication
BILLINGS, Mont. – A fire that sent six people to the hospital on Tuesday morning was set intentionally by a child who lived there. According
BOZEMAN, Mont. – The Museum of the Rockies is opening its doors free of charge to the public this Saturday. This is in honor of
Story by Mike Dennison, MTN News HELENA, Mont. – A package of bills to fight opioid and methamphetamine abuse in Montana and across the nation
Story by Margaret DeMarco, MTN News GREAT FALLS, Mont. – Pamela Jean Courtnage has been deemed unfit to stand trial for killing her mother in
Top stories from today’s Montana This Morning, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 – latest local news and headlines from across the world.
MISSOULA, Mont. – The man accused of causing a shuttle crash leaving the last annual Testicle Festival in Clinton, which killed two people and injured
Brandon Miesmer, who is serving a life sentence in the Montana State Prison for killing Cody Bruyere in Great Falls in 2015, was sentenced this
Fire officials are making progress on the Monument Fire burning south of Ennis. As of Tuesday, the fire has burned slightly more than 6,600 acres
The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office in North Dakota announced Tuesday that the human remains that were discovered in the northwest part of the county belong to a
CLARKSTON, Mont. – For the first time since the Horseshoe Fire destroyed his home of 20 years, Mark McMurtry returned Tuesday to see the carnage
GREAT FALLS, Mont. – Montana law enforcement officers served up slices in Great Falls on Tuesday to raise money for Special Olympics Montana. During the
UPDATE The Midtown Tavern says it is not hosting next Tuesday’s campaign event for Matt Rosendale featuring Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle. According to manager
A discharged can of bear spray was found near the body of a Wyoming hunting guide who was killed in a grizzly bear attack last
UPDATE MISSOULA, Mont. – University of Montana officials say a chemistry lab worker did everything right when they accidentally spilled a flammable chemical Tuesday morning.