HELENA – The Montana VA announced Tuesday a new acting chief of staff will begin next week. Dr. John Nord will serve in acting capacity
August 28, 2018
WEST GLACIER – Evacuation warnings are being lifted for some sections of Glacier National Park even as wildfires continue to burn. The evacuation warning that
MISSOULA – In one of the longest meetings in years, the Missoula City Council passed the 2019 budget with a controversial tax hike. But the decision
HELENA – The federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says the number of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) continued to rise at an alarming rate last year
BILLINGS- The Billings airport is one step closer to the start of construction of its terminal expansion project. Sletten Construction was approved as the project general contractor
WOLF POINT- Several agencies are investigating after more than a dozen dead horses were found on Fort Peck Tribal lands north of Wolf Point. Fort
BILLINGS- A recent dip in hot temperatures and record snowpack this year has helped the fire season in southeastern Montana. Bureau of Land Management spokesperson
BILLINGS- Pumpkin spice lattes are a staple item for some people during the fall season. On Tuesday, Starbucks announced the early launch of the seasonal drink Pumpkin
BILLINGS- Montana’s U.S. senators, Jon Tester and Steve Daines, will be in Arizona Thursday for the funeral of their colleague Sen. John McCain of Arizona.
MISSOULA – The 18-year-old former Missoula Big Sky High School student who led police in a high-speed pursuit after allegedly attempting to run over
QUEBEC, CANADA- Three orphaned bear cubs from Montana are having a great time at Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien in Quebec, and zoo officials are looking for
Get used to pleasant temperatures, sunny afternoons, and a break in the wildfire smoke for a few days. But read ahead for the Labor Day weekend outlook.
MISSOULA – With just days to go before Idaho and Wyoming hunters are allowed to hunt grizzlies for the first time in decades, conservationists are hoping
HELENA -Outside groups intent on defeating Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester are flooding Montana’s TV airwaves with campaign ads, criticizing the two-term incumbent –
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Hurricane Maria killed far more people in Puerto Rico than initially thought, accounting for an estimated 2,975 deaths on the