- 1 Study seeks to analyze hunter-bear interactions
- 2 Prosecutors: Man burned girlfriend with cigarette, made kids flush his meth needles
- 3 Bleskin injury further tangles Bobcats' QB situation
- 4 North Dakota man dies in crash near Lame Deer
- 5 Pub Station's opening delayed, Har Mar Superstar show moves to the Railyard
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HELENA -- The mother and stepfather of a 14-year-old boy whom they hid from authorities pleaded guilty to custodial interference on Thursday.
HELENA -- Five Helena teenagers are facing charges related to a marijuana deal gone bad that ended with one person being stabbed in the eye in the parking lot of St. Peter's Hospital on April 18.
HELENA -- Bozeman attorney Hertha Lund said on Wednesday that she is withdrawing from the race for Supreme Court Justice against current Justice Brian Morris.
HELENA -- For people behind on their mortgages and facing possible default and loss of their homes to foreclosure, there is still hope, although the fight to save a home can be long and frustrating.
HELENA -- Payday loans, some believe, began way back among the Roman soldiers in the time of Caesar.
HELENA -- .A former employee of Vann's pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges that he stole Apple iPad computer tablets and MacBook computers worth about $20,000 from the store's storage facility.
HELENA -- Wayne Eveland did a lot as an Army Air Corps airman in World War II.
HELENA -- The colony of malamutes that spent a few weeks on the grounds of the Lewis and Clark Humane Society on Custer Avenue are now indoors at an undisclosed location as they await resolution of an animal cruelty case.
HELENA -- An East Helena man charged with accountability to a pair of hunting-related crimes is taking Google Inc. to court, trying to force the Internet giant to remove a blog that he says is defamatory.
HELENA -- Things may get just a little harder for people in Montana who need a lawyer in a civil case but can't afford one, after a planned reorganization and reduction of staff at the Montana Legal Services Association.
HELENA -- A longtime adjunct professor at Carroll College is suing the school, saying it underpaid her for work by wrongly interpreting or ignoring its own payment policies and falsely telling her what she was due.
HELENA -- Bankrupt Montanans could be at greater risk of losing their all-terrain vehicles to creditors under a Montana Supreme Court opinion issued late last week.
A bill before the Senate Local Government Committee would force home sellers and their real estate agents to disclose available basic data about septic systems, while protecting them against liability if they do so.
HELENA — A Cascade-area man is in jail on a 14-year-old warrant from Tennessee for allegedly kidnapping his small children, who are now adults, back in 1995.