House Panel Passes Bill Aiming to Lower Suicide Rates
A bill aiming to lower Montana's suicide rate by requiring training for health care providers has narrowly passed through a House committee.
Snow Saturday, Bitter Cold Sunday in Parts of Montana
The National Weather Service has posted a winter storm warning for areas of southern Montana and predicts a return of bitter cold temperatures throughout the state.
CSKT Water Compact Passes First Major Hurdle in Montana Senate
HELENA— State senators on Friday advanced a bill that would settle water rights on the Flathead Reservation among American Indian tribes, the state and federal government.
World War II ‘Devil’s Brigade’ – Trained in Helena – Honored In D.C. Ceremony [YouTube]
WASHINGTON (AP) — In 1942, they were lumberjacks, miners, hunters and farmers from the United States and Canada, who came together at a U.S. Army base in Montana.
Montana Ranks 30th Nationwide in Education Report
A national report ranks Montana 30th in the nation in educating its children.
Montana Boy Skipped Pop For a Year to Win $500
As people across the United States struggle to stick to their New Year's Resolutions, an 11-year-old Montana boy is offering lessons in self-discipline and delayed gratification after winning a $500 prize from his parents for skipping sugary drinks for a year.
Two Griz Earn Sports Network All-America Honors
The All-America honors keep rolling in for Montana defensive players Zach Wagenmann and Matt Hermanson.
Bail Hearing for Man Convicted of Shooting Exchange Student
A bail hearing is set for a western Montana man convicted of killing a 17-year-old German exchange student who was trespassing in his garage.
Alert Issued in Missoula for Two Missing Children [PHOTO]
The Montana Department of Justice has issued a missing and endangered children alert for a 6-year-old boy and a 4-year-old girl authorities say were taken from Missoula.
Immigration Now A Top Problem for U.S., Per Poll
One in six people now call immigration the most pressing problem facing the U.S., according to a new Gallup poll. That's up sharply since June, when just 5 percent said immigration topped their list of concerns.