Gold Coin Found in Montana Salvation Army Kettle
A Salvation Army worker has found a gold coin amid contributions collected in Montana.
Montana State Parks Administrator Abruptly Leaves Agency
The administrator of Montana's state parks has left his position after eight years.
Governor’s Race Still Too Close To Call – Republicans Fare Well in Statewide Election
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana Republicans picked up at least one statewide office, while some candidates resigned themselves to wait until Wednesday morning to find out whether they won or lost.
Missoula Man Pleads Not Guilty To Sex Trafficking – Held Without Bond in Billings
A 34-year-old Missoula man with a previous state conviction for promoting prostitution has denied federal charges that allege he forced two women into sex trafficking.
Report Says ‘Ice Road Trucker’ Plane Crashed While Making Second Landing Attempt
A witness to an airplane crash that killed "Ice Road Truckers" driver Darrell Ward says the Cessna 182D was making a second attempt to land at a western Montana airstrip when it suddenly veered 90 degrees the right.
State Negotiates With Major Montana Hospitals For $25 Million In Health Care Savings For E…
Up to $25 million in healthcare savings for state workers negotiated with major hospitals.
Former Broadwater County DES Coordinator Charged With Theft
Former Broadwater County DES coordinator charged with theft
Wood Products Group Says it Did Not Endorse Gianforte
An apparent misunderstanding is prompting Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte to walk back a claim that he has the endorsement of the Montana Wood Products Association.
The Latest: No Luck in Search for Killer Bear in Montana
Montana wildlife officials have been unable to locate the bear that killed a mountain biker earlier this week.
Mill Closures a ‘Punch In the Gut’ of Northwest Montana
Officials say the loss of approximately 200 jobs in northwestern Montana will be a punch in the gut of a community that was recovering from the 2009 closure of an aluminum plant.