The saying “safety in numbers” is typically a phrase associated with animals considered prey.
HELENA — The Little Shell Band of Chippewa Indians is moving closer to the federal recognition it has sought for 35 years.
Five years ago, the former Chrysler dealership at 1838 King Ave. W., moved.
A woman in her 60s was hit by a car as she stepped into the crosswalk at North 27th Street at Fourth Avenue North on Monday morning.
Three open houses will be held later this month to examine a draft of an updated long-term conservation and management plan for grizzly bears in southwestern Montana.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the Montana Department of Livestock have extended the public comment period on a draft environmental assessment reviewing the potential for bison to occupy public lands adjacent to Yellowstone National Park on a year-round basis.
Four schools have been chosen as the winners of the first public-service announcement contest conducted by the Eastern Montana Area Health Education Center at RiverStone Health.
Democrats gained seven seats in the state House of Representatives on Tuesday, including two regional pickups.
STEVENSVILLE -- The big bad wolf will be in Stevensville all week, but he had special company on Monday.
Construction has started on a new 20,000-square-foot Cardiac Center at Billings Clinic. It will occupy the top floor of a new, two-floor addition atop Same Day Care in the medical corridor.
LANDER, Wyo. -- Lander police are hoping "America's Most Wanted" can help them find a fugitive wanted for sexual abuse of a minor.
WEST GLACIER -- Glacier National Park officials say bone fragments found in the park are being analyzed to see if they belong to a 27-year-old man who went missing in the park three years ago.
Police in Helena are seeing increased used of a designer drug marketed as “bath salts.”
HELENA -- The Schweitzer administration has abandoned its controversial plan to set up a Medicaid managed-care demonstration project in Lewis and Clark, Cascade, Choteau, Teton and Judith Basin counties.
Just when you thought things couldn't get any crazier: Adventurer makes wingsuit flight to land at Everest base camp
Adventurers continue to seek new firsts in unusual ways, which keeps getting harder as people push the envelope more and more.
Kathy Pfaffinger's AP English class takes a practice test for the annual Advanced Placement exam at Skyview High. School District 2 is working to make sure students are ready for post-secondary education.
The Billings City Council on Monday night took the first steps toward a new parking garage in downtown Billings.
Cascade the wolverine gets some exercise at ZooMontana recently.
Before the demise of the Billings Brewery, the plant came out with beer in a green cone-top tin can that quickly earned the nickname "Green Death." Unlike flat-top cans, the cone-tops could be bottled in a plant designed for traditional glass bottles. The can is from the collection of anti…
Riders make their way up Gas Cap Hill at the end of the parade at the 2010 Crow Fair. This year’s Crow Fair will be Aug. 19-21 at Crow Agency.