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MISSOULA — A perennial political candidate’s insistence on the resignation of Missoula City Councilwoman Caitlin Copple after Copple’s reference to “those of us who don’t have penises” has gone unheeded – so Kandi Matthew-Jenkins has filed a “hate crime and bias” report at City Hall.
GREAT FALLS — Two men who police say broke into a Great Falls apartment and wrote racist terms on the walls and kitchen counters have been charged with hate crimes.
Even the littlest pebble tossed into still water will produce waves that ripple outward. Sometimes these tiny waves can end up becoming tsunamis.
The leadership of the NAACP Casper branch speaks with John Abarr, far right, a kleagle of the United Klans of America out of Great Falls, Mont., on Aug. 31 at the Parkway Plaza hotel in Casper. Jimmy Simmons, president of the NAACP Casper branch, spent several months attempting to organize t…
BOZEMAN — The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information that aids the investigation of a string of church vandalisms in Bozeman that the agency is treating as a hate crime.
GILLETTE, Wyo. — The Gillette Police Department and the Wyoming Association of Churches are co-sponsoring a community dialogue about hate crimes. The event will be April 11 at Gillette College.
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A PBS documentary detailing the community response to the 2008 hate crime killings of an Ecuadorian immigrant in New York spurred a discussion in Billings on Thursday night about how the community can respond to and prevent hate crimes.
A new PBS documentary, "Not in Our Town: Light in the Darkness," will be shown at 6:30 tonight at Petro Theatre at Montana State University Billings.
A Billings man who threatened a black man and chased him down a street was sentenced Thursday for committing a felony hate crime.
A Billings man who threatened and chased a black man down a street pleaded guilty Friday to a felony hate crime.
A Billings man has been charged with a felony hate crime.
HELENA — Saying the Senate lacks the votes to repeal the state’s medical marijuana law, Judiciary Committee Chairman Terry Murphy, R-Cardwell, said Friday that he’ll appoint a subcommittee to work on a bill to better regulate the industry.