MISSOULA – A Montana Highway Patrol trooper remains in a medically induced coma after he was shot in the line of duty on March 15. Trooper Palmer was wounded in
Sublime with Rome, SOJA, and Common Kings are set to headline the 1st annual Last Chance Music Fest on June 29, 2019 in Helena. A
HELENA — After three failed attempts in previous sessions, a bill that would prevent minors from using tanning beds is moving through the Legislature. Sen.
MISSOULA – A Missoula man convicted of raping an unconscious woman after finding her in a downtown parking lot is headed to prison for at
The former Cascade County undersheriff made his first appearance in Cascade County court Friday afternoon. John Glen Stevens, the current Cascade County Disaster Emergency Services Coordinator,
She was once the smallest baby born in Texas. Now, she works in the NICU of the hospital that saved her life
When Tammy Lewis was born, she was 3½ months early and weighed in at only 1 pound 4 ounces. Her family faced the harsh reality
A former Indiana teacher won the nationwide drawing for the HGTV Dream Home in Whitefish. Beverly Fulkerson has entered the contest for about 20 years
BILLINGS – One victim of sexual assault at the hands of a former Miles City trainer said he told at least two coaches what happened,
HELENA – As the saying goes, life is too short to drink bad wine. A group of Montana grape growers and winemakers hope theirs will
BUTTE, Mont. – The Butte jail has been dealing with overcrowding issues for a long time, but now there’s a little more elbow room. For
Police on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation are investigating a shooting after a medical team discovered the victim of a car crash had a gunshot
MISSOULA – Authorities are warning that there’s been a jump in scams reported in Missoula County. The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office reports they have become
BUTTE – Many people believe UFOs visit Earth from other planets far, far away. A Montana Tech professor believes UFOs are much closer to home.
As many as “300 to 400” bodies line the banks of a road out of the city of Beira in Mozambique, according to an eyewitness
Millions of hurricane and wildfire survivors are learning that they’re at “increased risk of identity theft and fraud” because the Federal Emergency Management Agency shared