9 Montana Hospitals to See Reduced Medicare Payments
The program is meant to ensure patients get necessary follow-up care after a hospital stay.
Gianforte Reports Raising Another $500K in Governor’s Race
The amount reported by Gianforte Monday is more than triple the $151,368 raised by Attorney General Tim Fox over the same three-month period that ended Sept. 30.
Interior Head Hears Grizzly Concerns in Northern Montana
All said they supported removing grizzlies from protected status under the Endangered Species Act.
Attorney Questions Who Was Driving in Deadly Montana Crash
Livingston attorney Jami Rebsom says in court documents that testing shows no match for Walter “Joey” Overstreet’s DNA on the driver’s-side airbag.
Nuisance Black Bear Trapped, Killed in Big Sky
The bear was believed to be between 8 and 10 years old.
Judge Weighs Lawsuit by Women Stopped for Speaking Spanish
They say U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agent Paul O’Neill detained them in a parking lot in Havre last year in violation of constitutional protections against unreasonable search and seizures.
Oil and Gas Lease in Montana Region Permanently Retired
Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Chairman Tim Davis thanked the foundation for helping with the settlement.
Pipeline Rules Adopted Years After Deadly Explosion, Spills
The new rules from the Department of Transportation apply to more than 500,000 miles of pipelines that carry natural gas, oil and other hazardous materials throughout the U.S.
Snow, Fire Warnings Issued Across Northern Rocky Mountain
Up to 3 feet of snow and blizzard conditions are forecast for the plains along Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front.
Montana Prosecutor Details Rise in Meth Crimes in State
Alme attributes this decade’s resurgence in meth use and crimes to Mexican drug cartels producing more of the drug.