Robbery Suspect Shot By Missoula Police Officers Has Died
Frank Cogar, 35, of Missoula was shot and taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Montana Woman Pleads Guilty To Taking Girl To Sex Offender
As of Wednesday, a judge had not yet approved the plea agreement or ruled whether Feigert will be designated a sexual offender.
Company Sues Montana Lottery Over Rules For Sports Wagering
The Legislature passed a bill allowing the Montana Lottery to oversee wagering on the outcome of college and professional sporting events.
Ice Jam Causes Flooding As Deep Freeze Hits Montana
The ice jam came after temperatures dipped to 20 degrees below zero.
Former Montana Firefighter Files Discrimination Complaint
Pritchard was demoted and told she would be terminated if she did not delete all social media posts related to her job.
State Says Plant Cleanup Money Coming, But Some Skeptical
The bonds are intended to protect taxpayers from being stuck with a bill for future cleanup costs.
Campaign To Legalize Marijuana Offers Ballot Initiatives
The initiatives were delivered to the Secretary of State and Legislative Services Division on Monday, Montana Public Radio reported.
US Judge Appoints Receiver to Oversee Butte Bitcoin Plant
CryptoWatt is behind in paying its power bill to NorthWestern Energy, threatening the viability of the plant.
Montana Man Gets 80 Years In Prison For Double Slaying
The Independent Record reports Kyle Hamm was sentenced Monday for the deaths of 64-year-old Charla Taylor and 61-year-old David Taylor.
Zinke Gives $11K In Campaign Cash To Foundation He Started
Brendan Fischer of the Campaign Legal Center said campaigns can give money to charities as long as the funds don’t provide any benefit to the candidate or his family.