Federal officials have returned a trove of artifacts seized from a Custer-themed Montana museum during a criminal investigation that never led to charges, the museum's director and its attorney said Monday.
Crow Tribal Police officer Kevin Howe, right, talks with Garryowen resident Alpha Birdinground about the hunt for fugitive Rodney Sieber as law enforcement officials met at the Subway in Garryowen on Wednesday, September 25, 2013.
Crow Tribal Chairman Darrin Old Coyote, center, stands with law enforcement and tribal officials as the manhunt for fugitive Rodney Seiber continues in Big Horn County on Wednesday.
Law enforcement gather at a home near Garryowen as they look for a fugitive from Idaho on Wednesday, September 25, 2013.
Custer Battlefield Museum director Christopher Kortlander describes a painting depicting the Battle of the Little Bighorn on display Oct. 24, 2011, at the museum in Garryowen.
The Montana Highway Patrol has confirmed the identities of the woman and man that were killed Friday following a head-on collision south of Garryowen.
Two people were killed and a 3-year-old child was critically injured in a head-on crash on Friday afternoon south of Garryowen on I-90's frontage road.
Photos of Garryowen, a town up for auction near the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Tom Williams of Tulsa, Okla.-based auction company Williams and Williams discusses the potential sale of Garryowen.
A two-person Montana town near Custer's famous "last stand" at Little Bighorn goes up for public auction Wednesday, with bids starting at $250,000 for an eight-acre site on the doorstep of one of America's most famous battles.
The government is entering settlement talks with the director of a Custer-themed Montana museum, trying to resolve who owns a cache of American Indian artifacts seized in raids by federal agents.
The United States has become a country of us versus them. Slowly, some in our country are recognizing the danger of entrusting power to government without demanding accountability in return. The cost of apathy is the loss of freedom. The greatest menace to freedom is an inert people. It was …
Three horses with lightning bolts zigzagging down their flanks charge through a pale blue background. A rider on horseback wears a full headdress as he races across the other side of the buckskin vest. Stylized hoof prints are scattered across the fringed vest, which is trimmed in traditiona…
A Garryowen man twice convicted of child pornography violations on Tuesday denied a new indictment charging him with another child porn crime.
Salvation Army kitchen supervisor Krista Ness, left, and Shawnalee Boothe start making a batch of Hungarian goulash for 250 evacuees at the Red Cross shelter at MSU Billings on Monday.
Volunteers A.J. McKittrick, left, and Chris Birkle distribute meals from Salvation Army mobile kitchen staged at the Red Cross shelter at MSU Billings on Monday.
Cleanup begins as floodwaters begin to recede in Crow Agency and Garryowen.
Grass clings to the highest strands of barbed wire near the Little Bighorn River in Garryowen on Thursday, marking where the water had risen to.
The Little Bighorn River has receded along Real Bird Loop in Garryowen on Thursday. The water at one point covered the road.
Some residents of Garryowen talk about escaping the flooding and heading to the Red Cross shelter at MSUB on May 24, 2011.