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HELENA — A 53-year-old man was shot and killed Friday near a residence in the area of the Dearborn River canyon following a dispute over an easement and access to property, according to authorities.
WASHINGTON — Meteorologists said there could be some rain, and talk of a partial government shutdown — and possible protests — raised some questions about the seventh Big Sky Honor Flight, which carried 83 World War II veterans from Billings to Washington Sunday to see the memorials.
HELENA — Survivors of a woman killed by her drinking partner in a December 2011 drunk-driving wreck are suing the East Helena bar where the pair was served, as well as the woman responsible for the wreck and her mother.
Judy Fjell leads a group of about 35 people outside the office of U.S. Rep. Steve Daines Tuesday morning rallying against the federal government shutdown.
HELENA — The debate over the government shutdown reached the streets of Helena Tuesday morning as about 35 people rallied outside the office of U.S. Rep. Steve Daines on North Last Chance Gulch.
More than 30 people may have suffered damage to their homes and property during the 2012 Corral fire, which burned more than 1,800 acres in and around the Scratchgravel Hills.
HELENA — A motorist who struck and killed a retired military dog Monday morning feels “horrible” about it and reported the accident to authorities immediately, according to the Montana Highway Patrol trooper who investigated the incident.
HELENA — A Helena judge has rejected an attempt by a former Glacier County undersheriff and coroner to seek disability benefits after his 2010 arrest on charges related to a prescription drug addiction led to his removal from his job.
HELENA- A Helena man with a history of mental health problems was arrested on Tuesday night and charged with impersonating a public servant, a felony, by claiming to be a U.S. Marshal.
HELENA — A tractor trailer carrying 290 pigs overturned on Interstate 15 near Basin Wednesday.
On about 30 or 40 days each year, people flying into Helena Regional Airport just might see what appears to be a 737 engulfed in flames, and water shooting from fire trucks trying to extinguish it.
Crews trained Friday for a airplane fire at a facility near the Helena Regional Airport at the Rocky Mountain Emergency Training Center.
HELENA - The University of Montana requires most of its on-campus students to carry health insurance, but a Helena woman found out only after a health emergency that the coverage offered through the university is not meant for those who attend classes only online, according to a lawsuit.
A bar owner in Spain who led authorities to a fugitive Montana Army National Guardsman searched the Internet for weeks before discovering that the man working in his bar was Jeffrey Lane Wenzel, wanted in Montana on felony sex charges and for fleeing to avoid prosecution.
HELENA — A former Montana Army National Guard soldier charged with felony sex crimes against an underage girl has been detained by authorities in Spain.
Helena police and U.S. Marshals arrested a man wanted on a warrant issued in San Diego for homicide.
HELENA — Survivors of a woman who died in 2009, allegedly from conditions including the so-called swine flu, have filed a lawsuit against St. Peter’s Hospital in Helena and others, charging that she received inadequate care in the emergency room.
HELENA — Angelica Melody Gray, who has spent more than eight months in jail since her disappearance from the Helena YWCA in December spurred an intense search, was sentenced Wednesday for violating probation by leaving her children behind when she left Helena for California.
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 — The Lewis and Clark County bomb squad has a new vehicle to use to respond to bomb threats across central Montana.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Deputy Director Mike Volesky pleaded not guilty Friday to a misdemeanor assault charge related to an Aug. 22 incident on the Downtown Walking Mall in Helena.
HELENA — Less than a year after taking command of the Montana Highway Patrol, Col. Kenton Hickethier, resigned from the post Friday, citing inappropriate remarks made to subordinates.
HELENA — A Helena man was arrested Wednesday evening charged with shooting at another person and trying to run him over with a Jeep Tuesday evening in a Helena neighborhood.
HELENA — A 62-year-old man committed suicide Monday at the Veterans Administration hospital campus at Fort Harrison.
HELENA — Investigators searching for more clues in the death of the a Marine and three-time Iraq War veteran found a bullet and possible skull fragments last week in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area, Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton said.
HELENA — Mike Volesky, second in command at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, was cited Friday for misdemeanor assault following an altercation on the Downtown Walking Mall Thursday evening.
HELENA — The chapel at Fort Harrison was erected 70 years ago as a temporary structure, but it remains today and in most ways looks a lot like it did in 1943 — long and simple, with prominent wooden beams — a sanctuary in a facility bristling with weaponry.
HELENA — The insurer for Lewis and Clark County will pay $200,000 to a foster child to settle part of a lawsuit that claimed a sheriff’s deputy failed to report abuse of two boys by their adoptive parents in Lincoln in 2006.
HELENA — The Montana Human Rights Commission has ordered a pair of Montana counties to pay $1.35 million — $1 million more than a hearing officer had previously ruled — in the case of an 18-year-old who died of alcohol withdrawal hours after being found shivering and unresponsive in a Havre …
HELENA — A Helena-area marine store owner is accused of charging customers for work that was never completed.
HELENA — The owner of a local meat processor whose facility was recently tagged as “putrid” by state inspectors was arrested Tuesday on charges he assaulted two Department of Livestock workers.
Margot Wright and Karen Lynch became casually acquainted through work, but they’re close enough for Karen to do Margot a big favor: donating a kidney that Margot needed.
HELENA — The owners of the beleaguered Capital Hill Mall are behind more than $150,000 on property taxes related to the site.
DEER LODGE — For the four years since he was shot and nearly killed in Helena by Sebastian Olivares-Coster, Kahner Leary has had trouble sleeping.
HELENA — Weeks after the State Board of Education rejected the Helena School District’s request for a variance from state standards for elementary school counselors, the district is taking another shot under a new set of state rules designed to allow flexibility for school districts.
HELENA — Kevin Rowan doesn’t remember exactly what happened in July 2011. Despondent over serious troubles with career and family, he headed to the family cabin near York with a bunch of pills, ready to end it all with a shotgun.
HELENA — The federal government recently delayed until 2015 the implementation of a portion of federal health care reform — the penalty against certain employers who do not provide affordable health insurance to their employees — but rapid changes affecting the workplace are still coming soo…
HELENA — A judge set bail at $100,000 Wednesday for a custodian at Four Georgians Elementary School arrested Tuesday on a child pornography charge.
When John Quintrell returned from a year of combat in Vietnam, he did what a lot of vets did — he packed his photos documents and mementos in boxes, taped them shut and didn’t open them again for a couple of decades.
HELENA — A Helena man arrested last week after allegedly threatening to shoot a woman during an argument over drugs is in jail again, charged with threatening to shoot two people in the emergency room of St. Peter’s Hospital.
HELENA — Darby Bushnell figures about only three of her friends at Four Georgians Elementary have a parent away on a military deployment in a place like Afghanistan, where her father is.
Morgan McLean, a junior counselor, gets a hug from Darby Bushnell of Helena.
Kids at Camp Runnamucka, a Montana National Guard project for children of deployed service members, check out the Black Hawk helicopter that transported Adjutant General Matthew Quinn and others to the camp Thursday.
A pack of campers heads for the mess hall at lunchtime.
A camper and volunteer counselor at Camp Runnamucka listen to Adjutant General Matthew Quinn.
Nicholas McVey-Touchette takes goes for the ball in “gagaball,” an Israeli version of dodgeball played in an octagonal corral.
Adjutant General Matthew Quinn takes questions from campers. “This is the time really where within the Montana National Guard, the meaning of family comes together,” he said.
Madison Hewitt of Great Falls takes a turn at the controls of a Black Hawk helicopter at Camp Runnamucka last week. The camp, a Montana National Guard project for the children of deployed service members, is held at Camp Rotary near Neihart.
HELENA — A man and a woman involved in a high-speed chase May 29 and charged with intending to distribute nearly a pound of methamphetamine appeared in District Court Wednesday.
HELENA — Three people were taken to St. Peter’s Hospital on Monday afternoon after their car was struck by an ambulance in Helena.