The Department of the Defense estimates that there are at least 3.5 million veterans potentially exposed, basically everyone who served after Sept. 11, 2001.
A district court judge has denied a request to file criminal charges against Hardin’s police chief and an officer.
The proposed roadway that will connect the Billings Heights to the West End has cleared two major hurdles, bringing its start date within view.
The Yellowstone County Coroner's office has released the name of the man killed by law enforcement earlier this week following a chase throughout Billings and a standoff near Mountview Cemetery.
A pop-up dude ranch will appear at the historic OTO Ranch north of Yellowstone National Park this summer, allowing guests to stay at the property for the first time since 1939.
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Wolverines, also known as "mountain devils," were wiped out across most of the U.S. by the early 1900s following unregulated trapping and poisoning campaigns.
Mei-Li Stevens, a senior standout at Rocky in track and cross country, has been working on a project where she re-photographed historical spots around the Yellowstone River Valley.
The state health department issued the emergency rule earlier this week.
It’s estimated by the Department of Defense that 3.5 million combat veterans were exposed to toxic trash fires and other sources of toxic emissions. Of those combat vets, roughly a third don’t have coverage.
Shot in and around Paradise Valley, "Montana Story" deals with abuse and trauma amplified by the dramatic background of its setting. It premiers in Billings on Friday.
The Private Land/Public Wildlife Council has been wrestling with the details of a program that provides free elk tags to landowners in return for public access. The group's divisions are reflective of the state.
Montana’s congressional delegation had little to offer Wednesday about advancing legislation of any kind to address mass shootings following the murder of 19 children at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
So far this year, Montana has had 330 fires burning nearly 4,000 acres. That is far below the 650 fires burning 35,000 acres by this point last year.
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"I have a lot of emotions," clinic founder Julie Burkhart said, following a fire that police suspect was intentionally set. "Anger is probably at the top of the list."
David Antonio Rodas Sr., 57, is accused of fatally shooting Gwen Ann Marshall at their home and fleeing the scene with their son. Rodas is scheduled to be arraigned in Yellowstone County District Court on June 1.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks game wardens are looking for help to identify a man who is suspected of illegally killing a turkey just feet from a home south of Roundup.
With no membership required, the store is also open to the public, providing access to a full range of foodservice and wholesale grocery products at great prices, the company said.
The Montana Supreme Court has ruled against state utility regulators and NorthWestern Energy for requiring a wind farm developer to pay $267 million to connect to NorthWestern’s transmission system.
Lawmakers in at least six other states have introduced legislation to prohibit the use of machines during elections, and at least one such bill draft has been requested for Montana’s 2023 legislative session.
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Matt Frank, a member of the Billings Police Department for nearly a decade, was disciplined Monday for instigating a fight at the Grandstand Sports Bar and Casino. The resulting scuffle brought dozens of on-duty officers to the bar and ended with a wreck that put a man in the hospital.
The Bureau of Land Management has opened a new internet-based portal to allow the public to more easily and efficiently nominate public lands currently inaccessible that could provide valuable opportunities for hunting, fishing and other recreational activities.
"Jif" branded peanut butter possibly contaminated with salmonella has been found in Billings area stores, Riverstone Health reported Tuesday.
Shrinking snowpacks, parched topsoil and depleted reservoirs are symptoms of the West’s worst set of dry years since 800 A.D.
The man killed by police Monday had a criminal record dating back to 2006, along with outstanding warrants on the night of the shooting, said Police Chief Rich St. John.
A Yellowstone County District Judge sentenced Alexander Garrett Laforge III to 110 years in the Montana State Prison without the possibility of parole for 50 years for the 2020 “execution-style murder” of Brett Ness.
The first certified midwifery program in Montana will start enrolling students in fall 2024 at the Montana State University Mark and Robyn Jones College of Nursing.
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Arlyne Reichert of Great Falls and Margie Smith of Anaconda are recipients of the 2022 Heritage Keeper award, while The Sons and Daughters of Montana Pioneers recently were named as the 2022 Heritage Guardian winners.
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