UPDATE BOZEMAN, Mont. – One man is dead after a Friday evening vehicle crash on MT84 in Madison County. According to Montana Highway Patrol, around
Could chronic wasting disease possibly make the leap from deer to humans? That’s a question a lot of people are wondering after a couple stories
MISSOULA- The former keyboardist for John Mellencamp was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Friday for viewing child pornography on a bus on the
MTN News photo. BILLINGS- A 12-year-old Billings boy appeared in Yellowstone County youth court Thursday to face five felony charges of attempted deliberate homicide stemming
BILLINGS – It will be another week before the former Miles City athletic trainer accused of sexually abusing dozens of boys at the Custer County
HELENA – Lawmakers in the Montana House are giving their approval to bills which are attempting to limit the authority of cities and towns to
BIG SKY, Mont. – A 9-year-old boy died while skiing on Tuesday, Feb. 19, according to a press release from the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office.
HELENA – One of Montana Attorney General Tim Fox’s top deputies has entered the race to succeed Fox after his term ends. Jon Bennion, the
BILLINGS – The FBI said in a press release issued Friday that remains found on the Blackfeet Reservation last December “are of probable historic or
HELENA – A bill that supporters say could prolong the life of two coal-fired power plants in Colstrip was approved Thursday by a Senate committee
HELENA – Montana’s House Human Services Committee held an initial hearing Thursday on a bill that would increase legal protections for medical marijuana patients in
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Visitor restrictions are in effect at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital due to the flu. According to a press release, the restrictions started
photo courtesy of Billings Police Department. KALISPELL – Flathead County deputies were trained Thursday on how to administer Narcan, a life-saving tool that can help
BILLINGS- The former Billings Skyview football player accused of raping four girls will be tried before a jury as an adult next year. Brayden Jaymes
GREAT FALLS- The FBI has concluded its investigation into Brittany MadPlume’s death. According to the FBI, investigators determined there was no violation of federal law.