Challenge: State’s Statute of Limitations
Montana’s attorney general is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider a 2003 ruling that says it’s unconstitutional to bring new criminal charges after a state’s statute of limitations for the crime has expired. Attorney General Tim Fox argues a man whose DNA matched evidence left after the rape of an 8-year-old girl should still be brought to justice, even if the match wasn’t made for nearly
State Drug Programs Get Federal Money
State agencies throughout Montana are getting federal help to combat the opioid crisis. The Department of Justice awarded the money to the agencies yesterday with the largest chunk going to the state Department of Corrections, Crime Control Bureau...
Governor's Plane Under Fire
Is a state plane the most efficient way for the Governor to travel to nearby cities? Should campaign stops via plane be disclosed as in-kind donations?
Most Popular Food By State: Montanans Love Delicious Berries
Americans love to eat. And eat they do! The country is vast, and that means a variety of favorites from region to region. Traveling from one end of the country to the other one can experience some amazingly different dishes. Social media has been keeping their finger on the slowed, artery clogged pulse of our country and Foursquare compiled a list of the most popular chow in each of our Unique Sta
Fewer Montanans Wait on Taxes
April 15 is Tax Day, the busiest day of the year for the folks up at the Montana Department of Revenue. According to communications director Molly Peterson, fewer Montanans are waiting till the last minute to file this year.

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