A Nevada man has been arrested in the case of a missing woman who was last seen in Billings in September.
We answer your medical questions every Wednesday on Montana This Morning during Morning Rounds.
To honor firefighters who have lost their lives to on-the-job illnesses, Gov. Bullock has ordered all flags to be flown at half-staff on Thursday.
More reform is coming to how law enforcement and health professionals handle sexual assaults and specifically rape kits in Montana.
The bill named after Hannah Harris, who was found murdered on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in 2013, passed the Senate earlier this week on a 37-13 vote.
State officials say that drought conditions likely won’t be a problem this spring, despite an unusual winter.
The bill that spends $165 million in state money over the next two years to build and maintain state-owned buildings passed its final vote in the House on Wednesday.
Park officials say the raptor had flown out of the park and had eaten the remains of an animal that had been killed by a hunter using lead bullets.
A one-sentence bill that morphed into a nine-page, $38 million legislative behemoth is a key element of the 2019 Montana Legislature’s final budget dance.
The 301 Strong Benefit will take place at Neptune Aviation next to the Missoula Airport on Saturday, May 4.
On Monday, crews began to clear the highway, which was covered with roughly four new inches of snow.
The Montana House has voted down a bill aimed at encouraging NorthWestern Energy to buy a larger interest in the Colstrip 4 power plant — just a day after it passed a preliminary vote.
People were recognized for their efforts to support children and families at the annual Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect Conference.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has signed a legislative bill to continue the work of Montana’s sexual assault task force.
HB 658 will now go back to the House. If the House votes to approve the Senate’s amendments, the bill will go to Bullock for his signature.