Montana State opens $50 million dormitory
University President Waded Cruzado said the completion of Hyalite Hall is a triumph that offers "a note of hope about our future."
Annual Sturgis rally expecting 250K, stirring virus concerns
South Dakota, is bracing to host hundreds of thousands of bikers for the 80th edition of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Fire destroys businesses in Gardiner, a Yellowstone gateway
A fire destroyed several businesses in Gardiner, a Yellowstone gateway town, just six weeks after Montanan's entrances to the park reopened.
Montana seeks to recover $10 million in unemployment fraud
The Department of Labor and Industry says Montana has paid out more than $10 million in potentially fraudulent unemployment claims during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Montana boater injured by mother grizzly in attack near cub
A Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks official says a mother grizzly bear attacked a boater who inadvertently came between the parent and her cub.
Unemployment claims fall again as Montana ends more closures
New unemployment claim numbers in Montana dropped again last week after more coronavirus restrictions were eased and establishments re-opened.
Official: Montana nursing home virus outbreak appears over
A state health official says a COVID-19 outbreak that started at a north-central Montana nursing home and caused six deaths appears to be over.
Another 15K people file new unemployment claims in Montana
Over the previous six weeks, more than 96,000 new unemployment claims have been filed with the state Department of Labor and Industry.
Eight-term Montana Congressman Ron Marlenee Dies
Former Montana Republican congressman Ron Marlenee has died.He was 84.A funeral home notice says he died Sunday.
Yellowstone One of 3 National Parks Closing Gates
Three of America's most well-known national parks _ Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Smoky Mountains _ closed their gates Tuesday.