Vigil Held for Montana Boy Who Was Beaten to Death
About 200 people attended a weekend vigil for a 12-year-old Montana boy who was beaten to death earlier this month.
Helena Woman Convicted of Drug-Related Robbery
Cowser faces up to 20 years in prison, but U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy allowed her to remain free pending her June 11 sentencing.
US Pushes Changes To Western Land Plans That Judge Blocked
Sage grouse territory in Montana, Washington and the Dakotas was not impacted by the proposed changes.
New Police Department Approved in Southeast Montana
Hardin City Council voted 5-1 Tuesday to form a city police department housed in a building neighboring city hall.
Northeastern Montana Man Charged With Killing His Girlfriend
Clovis Christopher Geno was arrested Wednesday in Bainville and charged Thursday with deliberate homicide in the death of Ramona Hilton Naramore.
Montana Veterans Affairs Clinics Named After 2 WWII Veterans
The two clinics in Billings were named after Benjamin Steele and Joseph Medicine Crow during a Tuesday ceremony.
Law Enforcement Panel Rescinds Sheriff’s Decertification
Edwards refused to surrender his certificates and appealed the revocation. The agreement approved Wednesday requires Edwards to drop his appeal.
Montana Fish, Wildlife, Parks Change Invasive Mussels Rules
The change means boaters will no longer have to complete a mandatory inspection when leaving Canyon Ferry.
Jury Convicts Billings Man in Meth Trafficking Case
Authorities say the ring was headed by Joshua Clause, who was sentenced in April to 15 years in prison for convictions on meth and firearms crimes.
Dog Reunited With Owner 9 Days After Running Away From Crash
Hank had lost 6 pounds and was missing the sweater he had been wearing, but was otherwise OK.