The Montana Public Service Commission is starting to unwind renewable energy policies ruled unlawful by the state Supreme Court.
Montana cities working to cut carbon pollution from their energy supply are objecting to a pro-coal bill that could jeopardize their efforts.
Forty-six people from South Dakota, other states — including Montana — and Mexico have been charged in state and federal court for being part of a “large-scale meth trafficking network.”
Emotions ran high Friday as a Montana House committee heard a bill seeking to make it easier for Native Americans to vote.
Top North Dakota House Republicans are calling on Rep. Luke Simons, R-Dickinson, to resign after legislative staff reports of threats and sexual harassment came to light this week.
Three South Dakota law enforcement groups on Friday joined the call for Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg to resign, saying his involvement in a September crash that left one man dead has resulted in a lack of confidence.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem argued the sale of two older airplanes and replacement with a brand new one will be safer for the state and cost less money in maintenance in the long run.
The 140-acre compound owned by a polygamous cult just 15 miles from Pringle, S.D. sold in 13 minutes to one of the men who filed a successful lawsuit against the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-day Saints.
The judge overseeing South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg’s criminal case has ordered the state government to stop releasing evidence and delete two videos of his police interviews it already shared.
Civil rights activists say Rep. Deb Haaland's treatment fits a pattern of minority nominees encountering more political resistance than white counterparts.
A North Dakota Capitol worker says fear of "blowback" is reason for lack of formal harassment complaints against a Dickinson lawmaker.
A South Dakota Democratic lawmaker has formally requested the state's attorney general determine whether Gov. Kristi Noem's use of the state airplane to attend events hosted by political organizations violated state law.
A person who accused a former Indian Health Services pediatrician of sexual abuse has accepted a six-figure settlement with the federal government, the law firm representing the victim announced.
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — A Colorado woman is suing a Wyoming ski resort for more than $75,000 in damages after she said she broke her ribs during …
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Thursday ratcheted up pressure on the state's attorney general to resign as she promised to release more documents on his fatal crash.
Lawyers for the North Dakota Legislature have documented allegations of sexual harassment and threats against them and others by a Republican lawmaker and have forwarded a file to legislative leaders for potential action that may lead to possible censure or expulsion.
Restitution of more than $15 million has been ordered in South Dakota for the man who defrauded wholesale seed distributors by passing off non-organic products as more expensive organic goods.
Despite voter fraud being exceedingly rare in Wyoming, the photo ID bill has gained major support in the Legislature.
The last Tendoy bighorn herd was introduced in the 1980s, and an outbreak of a pneumonia-causing pathogen caused a mass die-off in the 1990s from which the herd never recovered.
Federal authorities said Wednesday they are investigating a drug pipeline that involves moving the powerful opioid fentanyl and other painkillers from the Detroit area to three Native American reservations in North Dakota.
Investigators questioning South Dakota's attorney general after a fatal car crash pressed him on how he did not realize he had struck a man and whether he had been reading email and checking news sites on his phone immediately before, according to videos of their interviews.
Officers were justified when they shot and killed a Casper woman and an Evansville man in Nebraska on Saturday, a preliminary investigation has found.
The second suspect in a shootout with law enforcement Saturday north of Lincoln, Neb. has died of his injuries.
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney didn't mince words when asked about Donald Trump on Wednesday, saying the former president shouldn't play a role in the future of the GOP or the country.
The North Dakota House has passed two bills to legalize and tax recreational marijuana in the state. The legislation goes to the state Senate.