Man Shot In Lewistown; Suspect Killed By Officers In Dillon
Foster quickly turned his vehicle around and officers heard two shots. They responded with lethal force, Guiberson said. The officers were not injured.
Montana Cities Shut Down Bars, Restaurants To Slow Virus
The closures are initially scheduled to last a week and most will allow only takeout and delivery services from restaurants.
Montana Regulators Move Toward Permitting Copper Mine
The Department of Environmental Quality issued its thorough environmental review Friday that says Tintina Montana would have to mitigate the potential for mining activity.
Montana Declares State of Emergency in Anticipation of the Virus
Gov. Steve Bullock declared a state of emergency Thursday in anticipation of the coronavirus spreading to Montana, one of only a handful of states where there are no cases.
Western Art Museum In Montana Postpones Exhibition, Auction
For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough.
Bullock Senate Race Entry Prompts 4 Democrats To Bail
Four of the five Democratic Senate candidates, including fundraising leader Cora Neumann, have withdrawn from the race — saying Bullock offered the best chance to defeat Daines.
Wet February Brings Montana Snowpack Up To Normal And Above
Statewide, snow moisture was 137% of normal compared to just 93% of normal around this time last year.
Bullock to Enter Montana Senate Race
The Associated Press reports that Montana Gov. Steve Bullock will try to unseat first-term Republican Sen. Steve Daines, a senior adviser said Monday, giving Democrats a boost in their effort to take control of the Senate in November.
Billings Ratepayers Can Challenge Water, Sewer, Garbage fees
District Judge Gregory Pinski certified the case as a class action involving up to 35,000 people last April.
Pedestrian Killed In Hit-And-Run In Missoula, Suspect Found
Officers located the driver shortly after the crash, which happened at about 6:40 a.m. in the northwestern part of the city.