A former clerk for the Belfry School District on Wednesday denied federal charges that she defrauded the district and filed false tax returns.
A former West High teacher and coach accused of sexually exploiting children and distributing child pornography by computer denied charges in U.S. District Court in Billings on Tuesday.
A Crow Agency man accused of assaulting someone with a knife last year denied federal charges on Wednesday.
Two Lame Deer residents on Monday denied federal charges of methamphetamine trafficking in a residence here children were present.
A Lame Deer man denied federal charges this week that he assaulted two people with a chainsaw on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
Pryor resident Larissa D. Little Light this week pleaded not guilty to federal assault charges.
A Huntley woman this week denied federal allegations that she possessed gift cards stolen from the U.S. mail.
A Lame Deer man accused of sexually abusing a child denied federal charges Tuesday.
A Fairview man accused in a large methamphetamine trafficking case in the Bakken oil fields denied federal charges in U.S. District Court in Billings on Thursday.
A Lame Deer man on Monday denied federal charges accusing him of assaulting an officer.
A Fairview man is facing federal charges accusing him of trafficking methamphetamine in the Bakken oil fields in a case in which at least 10 others already have already been convicted.
The theft of eight firearms from a Big Timber business last fall led to federal charges against a Billings man.
The second suspect in the death last year of a Lame Deer woman denied murder charges in U.S. District Court in Billings on Friday.
A Billings man who had faced state charges in the shooting of his father in a drug debt dispute denied federal drug charges on Tuesday.
A former University of Montana Grizzly basketball player who works as a physical therapist denied federal drug conspiracy charges on Tuesday in Billings.
An Oregon man accused of sexually abusing a person in Lame Deer denied federal charges on Wednesday.
A transient suspected of killing a Lame Deer woman last year denied federal murder charges during an arraignment Wednesday in Billings.
Government attorneys for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are asking a federal court judge to approve a proposed settlement in the cleanup of solvent-contaminated groundwater on lower Central Avenue in Billings.
A Billings doctor who admitted illegally getting more than 2,000 painkiller pills told a federal judge Wednesday that she was grateful when federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents showed up at her office last September.
A Great Falls man denied federal charges that he distributed in Sidney a prescription painkiller that resulted in a person’s death.