Montana Department Of Justice
HELENA — A 14-year-old Lame Deer girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert on Wednesday, has been recovered and is safe.
Angie Fox was speechless as she made her way to the front of Judge Gregory Todd’s courtroom while family, friends and co-workers gave her a standing ovation.
It was midmorning when Lloyd Kelsey went out to the parking lot of Willard's Garage where he works and scraped the 8 1/2 inches of snow off of customers' cars that were awaiting pickup.
HELENA — State and Flathead County officials are asking for help in solving the February disappearance of a Kalispell woman whose vehicle was found abandoned near Poplar with her children's pet guinea pigs inside.
HELENA — Montana Department of Justice officials say law-enforcement officers shot and wounded a 46-year-old Anaconda man who attempted to run them over in his car.
HELENA — As kids settle into their new school year, the Montana Department of Justice wants parents to know that the state’s system for locating missing children has been expanding with today’s growing communications technologies.
HELENA — Montana officials say four children who were reported taken without permission by their mother have been found and are safe.
Stillwater County and state authorities are investigating the death of a man whose body was found Sunday morning near his home in Absarokee.
A Billings police officer and a Yellowstone County sheriff’s deputy are on paid administrative leave while their respective departments and the Montana Department of Justice investigate reports that they were involved romantically while serving together on a federal task force.
BUTTE — The Washington toddler who was found dead near Anaconda Tuesday was killed by blunt-force and sharp-force injuries, according to the preliminary autopsy.
Verizon cellphone users couldn’t use their phones in wide swaths of Montana last week.
ST. REGIS — The St. Regis man killed by a Montana Highway Patrol trooper on Wednesday told family members he had a rifle aimed at a law officer while they were searching for him, authorities said Friday.
Montana taxpayers spend nearly $75 million annually on transporting students to and from public K-12 schools.
HELENA — Montana won’t be affected immediately by a U.S. Supreme Court decision this week that affirmed the right of police in some states to collect DNA samples from arrested persons who had not yet been convicted of crimes.
A warning to those looking for a place to rent: scammers have hit Craigslist while targeting an Anaconda landlord’s rental property that’s already rented.
When Rusty Allee pulled an unconscious man from a burning car in April 2012, he didn't think much of it at the time.
Looking east from Montana toward Washington, D.C., the view can be grim at times. Congress and the president are too often bogged down in rancorous bickering while solutions to our nation’s most pressing challenges take a back seat to politics. But when it comes to protecting public safety, …
BUTTE — A Butte man is suing the state’s Gambling Control Division and others claiming his rights were violated in an investigation into illegal gambling at a local bar.
HELENA — Eight men who entered the U.S. illegally but have since become permanent residents say a new Montana law wrongly puts them at risk of being denied services and treats them as second-class people.
PLAINS – For the second time in two weeks, the Montana Department of Justice has obtained a felony conviction involving western Montanans who were robbing the state of workers’ compensation benefits.