In this new world, it’s not just about the dog. It’s about their DNA.
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The plan will invest $95 million in 2019 for new technology upgrades and safety modifications.
Meet famous Instagrammer and Flathead resident Alex Strohl who shared his journey from simple snapshots to social media stardom.
The “Miss Montana” has been prepared to soar to Normandy by a volunteer force at the Museum of Mountain Flying over the past year.
It’s been a national issue of contention for years: untested rape kits sitting on shelves of evidence lockers across the country.
Sen. Tester will help decide how much money the government should spend on the agencies that protect the border as the ranking member of the Senate Appropriations Homeland Security sub-committee.
What to do about the crisis on the US-Mexico border and those who cross illegally has become a divisive political issue.
MTN News will be taking a closer look at the situation along the border, which President Trump has declared a national emergency over.
Four girls met for the first time on a February day in Missoula to create something amazing — Girl’s Rock Camp.
It’s a trend growing across the country — trailer homes and especially the lots they sit on, are being replaced with new apartments, condos or homes.
36-year-old Tara Bowman was killed in the blast, and her loss has left a lasting mark on many in the community.
“It was definitely frightening, especially when you don’t know what’s caused it quite yet,” said MTN News anchor Donna Kelley.
The colorful history of the sales tax battles over the years started when pro-sales tax Republican Gov. Tim Babcock was defeated in the 1968 election.
A gas explosion killed one woman, flattened three buildings and rendered four others unsafe on March 5, 2009.
As an advertising associate with Sage Advertising in Helena in 1968, Jim Graff coined a campaign slogan that lives on today as the slogan that stopped a state-wide sales tax in its tracks.