Police in Billings investigating fatal shooting early Monday
Police in Billings are investigating a fatal shooting that happened early Monday. Sgt. Matt Lennick says the 43-year-old man who died was not from Billings.
Proposal puts BNSF in charge of asbestos infested railroad
Federal and state officials announced that they have proposed an agreement in which the BNSF Railway Company would be responsible for operating and maintaining a track the company is accused of contaminating with asbestos.
GOP, Trump campaign sue Montana over all-mail voting option
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign and the Republican Party have sued Montana after Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock gave counties the choice to conduct the November election entirely by mail amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Montana drone technology company acquired for $350M
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — An international electronic warfare company has acquired a drone technology company in southern Montana for $350 million. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reported that CACI International purchased Ascent Vision Technology earlier this month...
Former Great Falls legislator drowns in Missouri River
A Great Falls man drowned after a kayaking accident on the Missouri River between Great Falls and Helena.
Small fire burns south of Old Faithful in Yellowstone park
A lightning-caused fire is burning just south of the Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park.
Montana man accused of shooting has bail set at $50,000
A Montana man is accused of stealing a cellphone and shooting at a group of people after arguing with them over their noise levels in West Yellowstone, just outside Yellowstone National Park.
US appeals court denies bid to resurrect Bundy standoff case
A U.S. appeals court refused to resurrect the criminal case against states' rights figure Cliven Bundy and family members stemming from a 2014 armed standoff with federal agents in Nevada.
Congress urges Postal Service to undo changes slowing mail
Democratic and Republican lawmakers want the U.S. Postal Service to immediately reverse operational changes causing delays in deliveries nationwide.
Billings shuts city hall, library after employees infected
Officials in Billings shut down city hall and the public library for cleaning after three public employees tested positive for the coronavirus.