Senate Bill 312, created a missing indigenous persons task force that includes a representative from each tribal government on Montana’s seven reservations and the Little Shell Chippewa Tribe.
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FWP will present information and answer questions about CWD about the response to the recent discovery of CWD in a white-tailed deer inside the city limits.
Northwest Montana is still at greater risk of a more severe fire season than other parts of the state because of drought.
Five Type One Hotshot crews met at Holman Aviation in Great Falls to fly to Edmonton, Alberta on Wednesday.
All of the yellow dust collecting on cars, outdoor furniture and just about everything else is pine pollen!
FWP has gathered an incident command team to Libby that will study a 10-mile radius of where the initial deer was found.
The fires started in late May and have continued to grow because of dry conditions in the area.
Law enforcement in the Mission Valley was busy at work Monday bringing in four different people who were all in the possession of dangerous substances.
Mykenzie George, 15, was last seen at 11 p.m. on June 3, 2019, in Missoula wearing an Italian flag T-shirt and grey leggings.
Online case files will give people better access to court documents.
After years of anticipation, new welcome signs have installed in downtown Columbia Falls.
Sen. Steve Daines on Monday said a phone call to President Donald Trump over the weekend convinced the commander in chief to keep the Anaconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center open, saying it plays an important role in southwest Montana.
Two of the victims fighting to survive a tragic shooting spree in mid-March have finally returned home to Stevensville.
Montana Highway Patrol shared a picture of Trooper Wade Palmer and Casey Blanchard back home in Montana. Blanchard was shot on March 14th in Missoula
With traffic to and from Glacier National Park soaring in recent years, it’s a complicated problem which desperately needs a solution to save lives.