Shannon Schweyen won’t return as Lady Griz hoops coach
The University of Montana is not renewing the contract of women's basketball coach Shannon Schweyen.
‘I heard the roar': 6.5 earthquake hits Idaho
An earthquake struck north of Boise on Tuesday evening, with people across a large area reporting shaking.
Prison, Jail Inmates Considered For Release To Stop COVID-19
Spokeswoman Carolynn Bright said the Department of Corrections had begun limiting the movement of inmates as much as possible — within DOC facilities, throughout the state and from state to state.
Washington Utility To Buy Power From Montana Tribal Group
The deal will supplant Puget’s delivery of coal-fired electricity from the Colstrip Power Plant in Montana after 2025.
Second Person In Montana Dies Of Coronavirus-Related Illness
The governor’s coronavirus task force confirmed the death, according to a statement from Gov. Steve Bullock’s office.
Montana Sees First Coronavirus-Related Death; Details Few
Bullock announced the death Thursday night, but did not release the person’s identity or where the person lived.
Montana Grandmother Pleads Not Guilty In Boy’s Beating Death
The West Yellowstone resident has been held on $750,000 bail at the Gallatin County jail since February.
Montana Expands Mail Ballot, Early Voting For Primaries
In-person voting would still be allowed, and polling places could enforce at least six feet of separation between two people.
Montana Republican Party Linked To Green Party
Republicans say they were only supporting more options for voters.
Montana FBI Agent Charged With Stalking
Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton said Ricky James Shelbourn was arrested on the misdemeanor charges on March 16.