Thanksgiving is just a few days away, with more people hopping onto the interstate to go visit friends and family for dinner.
The volunteers come from different parts of the state, including Lewistown, Kalispell, Moccasin and Billings.
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied an appeal for John Lieba, the Fort Peck man who was convicted for kidnapping and raping a Poplar girl.
Officials have not released any details concerning the exact nature of the threat.
“CDC is advising that U.S. consumers not eat any romaine lettuce, and retailers and restaurants not serve or sell any, until we learn more about the outbreak,” the CDC said in a statement Tuesday.
Gov. Steve Bullock has announced that $30.6 million in federal tax credits are being given to five Montana communities to preserve or construct new affordable housing.
The automotive group AAA expects a 5% increase in travel over last year his year.
The United States Marshals Service District of Montana has issued a BOLO Alert (Be-on-the-Lookout) for Purnell Lee Racine.
In the days before satellite and aircraft, the tops of mountains were the best way to see what was happening in Yellowstone National Park.
GrizzBiz is an Electric City enterprise where seventh and eighth grade students are learning what it takes to succeed in business.
For folks in southwest Montana, to find quality cancer treatment requires a trip no farther than to Bozeman.
The Oregon-based company FCR is expected to open a call center in Butte, bringing much-needed jobs to the Mining City.
It’s been a year-long process, and the university is confident in the plan it has going forward, lasting until 2024.
At one point, Secretary Zinke said it it’s “not time for finger-pointing” — right before he pointed fingers at “radical environmentalists.”
September was a record-setting month in the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota.