Dispute Over Water Rights Headed to Court
A Carbon County couple is suing the former county sheriff and current county attorney in a dispute over access to water.
Montana Seeking Money for Gold Mine Cleanup
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is asking a bankruptcy court to set aside $6 million from the owner of a Fergus County gold mine to ensure treatment of polluted water.
Inmate Sues After Part of Finger Amputated
Gallatin County jail inmate Justin Ricker is suing the detention center's medical provider, saying his finger had to be partially amputated because of improper care.
Investment Firm Announces Purchase of Colstrip Operator
A partial owner of Talen Energy Corp., which is the operator and a co-owner of Montana's Colstrip power plant, is seeking to buy the entire company for $1.8 billion.
Mother Arrested in Connection with Child’s Death
Prosecutors charged 23-year-old Takara Juntunen with felony negligent homicide in the death of Forrest Groshelle. She also is charged with criminal possession of dangerous drugs.
Man Gets 20 Years for Fatally Shooting Son During Argument
A 75-year-old Ballantine man convicted of shooting his son to death during an argument has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Men Defend Loading Yellowstone Bison Calf Into Vehicle
A Canadian man says he and his son loaded a Yellowstone National Park bison calf into their vehicle last month because they thought it was an abandoned newborn that would die without their help.
Teacher Shortage in Northern Montana Has Officials Worried
A shortage of teachers in northern Montana has officials worried.
Campers in National Forests Worried About Target Shooting
Campers in Montana's national forests are getting skittish as more sportsmen take advantage of rules that allow target shooting, even though they comply with the rules.
Troops Begin Push Into Fallujah
Iraqi troops have begun a push into the city of Fallujah, which has been held by the Islamic State for over two years.