A 66-year-old man from Hall lost control near the Harrison Avenue on-ramp along I-90.
Makenna Ann Thompson is not taking her medication and is believed to be in the company of 21-year-old Garrett Poteet.
Senator Steve Daines sat down with Montana This Morning anchor Kent Luetzen on Friday as he makes a swing through Western Montana for Memorial Day weekend.
The Trump administration unveiled a new $16 billion trade aid program for U.S. farmers hurt financially by the ongoing trade war with China.
“We are fortunate to wake up every day and feel safe in spite of possible dangers because we know we have someone to call if things go wrong,” said Gov. Steve Bullock.
Helena Interim Police Chief Steve Hagen says Mayor Wilmot Collins has been cited following a minor traffic crash that occurred on Monday.
They said the proposed “demand charge” and rate change are not justified and would make these systems much more expensive to operate in Montana, undercutting the businesses that install them.
The Montana side of the Beartooth Highway will open Friday at 8 a.m., according to a press release from the Montana Department of Transportation.
Starting Thursday night, the Poverello Center will be using the Salvation Army to sleep up to 50 of their residents while their basement continues to undergo repairs.
For 10 years this special court has been helping repeat drunk driving offenders get their lives back together through an intensive, yearlong treatment-based program.
More spellers than ever are converging on the 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Maryland, May 26-31. A total of 565 participants will compete for the largest cash prize in Bee history.
A mountain lion found in Helena city limits has been killed and removed by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
A hotel worker and union organizer from California appeared Wednesday before the Montana Board of Investments, urging it not to place state money with a firm that owns hotels they said are not addressing sexual-harassment claims.
A former Thomas Carnival worker was found guilty of two felony and two misdemeanor counts of sexual assault Wednesday.
After he was critically injured in a March shooting, Trooper Wade Palmer is flying home to Montana to continue his recovery.