Laurel Grocery Store Robbed
Police say a woman has robbed a grocery store in Laurel in southern Montana
Montana Woman Pleads Guilty To Sexually Assaulting Teen
A Great Falls woman accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy has pleaded guilty.
Forest Service Approves Red Lodge Mountain Land Swap
The U.S. Forest Service has approved a land exchange between the Custer Gallatin National Forest and Red Lodge Mountain.
License Issued For Montana Power Storage Project
Federal energy regulators have issued a license for a 400-megawatt central Montana power storage project that's intended to supplement electricity from wind turbines and other sources.
Montana Ski Town Roiled By White Supremacist ‘Troll Army’
The Montana ski resort town of Whitefish is an unlikely flashpoint between white supremacists and residents trying to preserve the small town's reputation as a welcoming vacation destination.
Masked Man With A Gun Robs Billings Casino
A masked man armed with a handgun has robbed a casino in Billings.
Lawsuit Seeks to Extend Political Practices Chief’s Tenure
A lawsuit seeks to keep Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl on the job until June 2019.
Inmate Sentenced in Montana Prison Drug-Smuggling Scheme
An inmate has been sentenced to more than 7 and a half years of additional prison time for his role in a drug-smuggling scheme in the Montana State Prison.
Autopsy Set For Oregon Inmate Serving Time In Montana Prison
Officials say an autopsy will be performed on a Montana State Prison inmate who died at a hospital in Missoula.
Gold Coin Found in Montana Salvation Army Kettle
A Salvation Army worker has found a gold coin amid contributions collected in Montana.