Stevensville Police Chief James Marble says they received information that a student “conveyed a threat upon other students” at Stevensville High School.
January 28, 2019
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks responded and were able to follow the trail of the big cats.
Missoula’s “Reaching Home” program has passed the halfway mark of its 10-year objective to end homelessness in the Garden City.
A state senator Monday presented a bill to ask Montana voters whether they want to get rid of daylight-saving time in the state – but the bill ran into more opposition than support.
Emergency responders in the Flathead Valley are asking for your help to keep the roads safe.
The Missoula Osprey is looking for a new name — and it’s up to the fans to come up with the choices.
Engineers say the entire bridge deck will need to be replaced, along with other structural improvements to extend its lifespan for a few more decades.
A Huson man and former Missoula Police officer will be under house arrest and will have to follow five-months of probation after pleading guilty to illegal hunting in Alaska along with two other men.
Glacier National Park employees started the day off with a meeting regarding what to prioritize now that the park was open.
Their twins’ medical costs total $750,000 — each. They and thousands of others are counting on GoFundMe.
The half-day seminar highlights the latest economic trends for local economies and the state of Montana.
Supaman uses the story of his own family’s struggle with addiction to help promote the importance of clean living.
Law enforcement says Dakota Theriot, 21, killed five people Saturday, including his parents and a woman believed to be his girlfriend.
More than 20 million Americans are in the path of a brutal winter storm and life-threatening low temperatures Monday.
Duckworth is one of the world’s only source-verified, single-origin, merino wool apparel company. The wool is raised and shorn on the Helle ranch outside Dillon,