Ice jams on the Little Big Horn River caused flooding at Crow Agency.
The committee is facing a Wednesday deadline to complete its votes on any spending bills, including the Medicaid measures.
The walls of at least two buildings that suffered roof collapses earlier in March are coming down.
That year, wine brought in roughly 237,000 tourists and created around 1,700 full-time equivalent jobs.
One victim of sexual assault at the hands of a former Miles City trainer said he told at least two coaches what happened, but they never stepped in or reported the abuse to the state, according to a deposition released Friday.
Sen. Terry Gauthier, R-Helena, is sponsoring Senate Bill 338, which increases the state lodging tax from 3 percent to 4 percent and uses the money not only to finance the new museum but also to pay for grants to historical museums and sites across the state.
Shane Stack, who starts work on April 1, will oversee all Public Works operations for Missoula County.
The warning runs until 8 p.m. on Friday and covers the Flathead Range, Whitefish Range, Swan Range and Glacier National Park.
Two men are facing felony charges after a shooting and alleged kidnapping near a Great Falls Walmart Thursday morning.
An average of 90% of students, from their sophomore year up to graduation day, pass the nursing program.
The survey found 51% of registered Montana voters supported legalizing marijuana and 37% opposed it.
Tiffany Hamdan died after she was attempting to free a vehicle after it got stuck in the snow on March 17 near Yaak.
Authorities are warning that there’s been a jump in scams reported in Missoula County — including one that purports to raise money for a critically wounded MHP Trooper.
Barrick Gold Corporation has announced the mine will cease new underground mining and only mine in limited existing areas.
Former Cascade County Undersheriff John Glen Stevens is facing charges in connection with an investigation into the Sheriff’s Office in Great Falls.