If you're a Montana property owner, chances are you recently received a form from the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation about water rights.
In the last two weeks, there have been nearly 900 earthquakes recorded in Yellowstone National Park, including a 4.5 magnitude temblor on January 15.
On Tuesday, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced that his agency was rescinding the 'Waters of the U.S. rule, an announcement that was cheered by many in Montana.
Fire season is well underway in the Bitterroot National Forest where crews are working to take down two fires that were detected over the past few days.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke addresses the Western Governors Association in Whitefish yesterday.
Reaction to the EPA's decision to end the 'Clean Water Rule' on Tuesday brought quick comments both for and against the move.
Montana's Steve Bullock is entertaining his fellow chief executives in Whitefish this week at the Western Governors Association meeting at the Lodge at Whitefish Lake.
The wet weeks of spring are long passed, and the dry days of summer are here, bringing with them increasing wildfire danger and some seasonal policy changes.
Fireworks are for sale in Western Montana, but it is illegal to light them off in many places. Missoula City Fire Department Assistant Fire Marshal Dax Fraser says lighting them off in the city would be a mistake.
29-year-old David Andrew Bennett passed away over the weekend while in the Missoula County Jail where he was being held on an extra jurisdictional warrant and a Failure to Appear charge.
A suspect in a series of bank robberies in Nebraska asked his mother to clear guns and bombs out of his Montana home.
Meet Dennis Bowman, the new Superintendent of the fledgling Missoula Water Company, formerly the Mountain Water Company.
26 year-old Alvin Morin is in the Missoula County Jail charged with felony criminal endangerment and two misdemeanors after leading authorities on a chase reaching speeds of up to 140 miles per hour between Missoula and Lolo.