An East Glacier woman who taught elementary school on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation admitted Wednesday to sexually abusing two students. Sierra Shawnee Taylor, also known
STEVENSVILLE- Many questions remain about what happened one night in March when a suspect shot three people near Expressway in Missoula and, later, a Montana
BOZEMAN- Federal agents carried out raids on the Belgrade and Bozeman locations of a chiropractic business Wednesday morning. Those agents were armed and left witnesses
The states of Montana and North Dakota are petitioning the federal government to overturn a Washington state law that tightens restrictions on rail cars carrying
HELENA — Donors from California and the New York and Washington, D.C., areas have contributed about 40 percent of the money fueling Montana Gov.
GREAT FALLS – Some sweet moments were captured at Yogurt City on Friday, and we’re not just talking about the frozen yogurt. Kimberly Hill Lasch
BILLINGS- The two Democrats vying to take on U.S. Sen. Steve Daines of Montana next year in the 2020 election reacted Tuesday to a recent
HAMILTON – Authorities have released the name of a Hamilton man who drowned in the Bitterroot River on Friday. Ravalli County Sheriff and Coroner Steve
HELENA- Leaders at Shodair Children’s Hospital in Helena say they will be going through a review process after a 15-year-old patient got out of the
WEST GLACIER – There’s still no sign of a man who went missing in Glacier National Park last week. The last confirmed sighting of Mark Sinclair was
MISSOULA – A former Thompson Falls man who spent more than 15 years in prison before being cleared for killing his friend is now asking
Montana lawmaker and governor candidate Al Olszewski visited the Q2 Studio on Tuesday morning to talk about his campaign and how he would lead the
KALISPELL – Flathead County authorities are investigating a murder in Kalispell. Sheriff Brian Heino said deputies responded to a residence on Lenwood Lane around 5
Daines throws support behind Trump in controversy over tweets aimed at freshmen Democratic congresswomen
BILLINGS- U.S. Sen. Steve Daines of Montana threw his support behind President Donald Trump over his tweets aimed at four Democratic congresswomen. In a tweet
HELENA- State, federal and local leaders are celebrating the successful environmental restoration of an abandoned mine site and nearby creek in the Cooke City area.