A Butte man has admitted to trafficking more than 2 ounces of meth.
Edenia Sarmiento Looten came to the United States from the Philippines 34 years ago. She has lived in Georgia and California and three years ago moved to Montana to join her sister in Malta.
A federal judicial panel investigating former U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull over a racist email involving President Barack Obama found the judge sent hundreds of other inappropriate messages.
A woman admitted Friday in U.S. District Court in Billings to stealing more than $41,000 in Social Security benefits for a Roundup woman who had died.
Jerome Mancuso arrives for sentencing on cocaine charges in federal court on Friday.
Glenda Anne McCarthy, a teacher at Senior High School in Billings, smiles at a comment made by Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull during a naturalization ceremony Thursday. McCarthy is a native of Australia and now a U.S. citizen.
Myong Suk "Suzie" McFarland walks across the street to the Federal Courthouse in Billings on Wednesday for her sentencing on promoting prostitution and money launderng.
Worker raise steel on the new federal courthouse. The building will house U.S. District Court, the U.S. Attorney's Office and the U.S. Marshals Service.
Workers raise steel on the new federal courthouse down the street from the asbestos-contaminated James F. Battin Courthouse, at right, located a block north of the construction site.
Much of the steel structure is in place as work on the the five-story, 146,000-square-foot federal courthouse continues. The building is scheduled for completion in December 2012.
Children who are 12 years old and younger are not allowed into federal court. The only exception is during naturalization ceremonies or by permission of the court.
A mother, daughter and a third person all denied federal methamphetamine trafficking charges this week.
A federal judge today sentenced a Wyoming man who provoked a confrontation with a federal prosecutor in Billings to five days of time served, one year of supervised release and a $1,800 fine.
CHEYENNE - About 400 members of the Rainbow Family threw rocks and sticks at ten federal officers on Thursday night as they tried to arrest one member of the group at its annual gathering in western Wyoming, the U.S. Forest Service reported. The agency said five members of the group were arr…
FARSON - More than 100 participants in the annual Rainbow Family of Living Light "Gathering of the Tribes" near Big Sandy made appearances at a temporary federal court at the fire station here this week.