Missoula Felon Poses With Gun on Facebook, Gets a Year in Prison
A convicted felon has been sentenced to a year in federal prison after his probation officer saw a picture of him holding guns on a sporting goods company's Facebook page.
Yellowstone Reports First Grizzly Bear Sighting of 2020
Biologists spotted the bear in northwestern Wyoming on Saturday. The sighting is one day earlier that the first grizzly sighting of 2019.
Daines Urges Action to Ease Financial Burden of Coronavirus
Daines urged the Dept. of Treasury to consider COVID-19 testing "preventive care" to avoid high out-of-pocket fees. Four MT companies have already waived test fees.
Three Democrats Drop Out of MT Senate Race as Bullock Joins
Democrats Cora Neumann, Mike Knoles, and John Seckinger, all of Bozeman, have dropped out of the Senate race as Bullock announces his bid for Senate seat.
Bullock to Enter Montana Senate Race
The Associated Press reports that Montana Gov. Steve Bullock will try to unseat first-term Republican Sen. Steve Daines, a senior adviser said Monday, giving Democrats a boost in their effort to take control of the Senate in November.
Teen Pleads Not Guilty to Killing 12-Year-Old Nephew
A 14-year-old Montana boy has pleaded not guilty to beating and torturing his 12-year-old nephew to death in West Yellowstone.
Montana Lottery Approves Sports Bets to be Offered
The Montana Lottery Commission has approved the types of bets that will be available when legal wagering on professional and collegiate sporting events begins.
Florida Man Arrested in Montana After 78 pounds of Meth Found in His Rental Car
A 29-year-old Florida man who was pulled over in a speed stop on a Montana interstate faces a federal drug charge after authorities say a trooper found 78 pounds of methamphetamine in his rental vehicle.
Whitefish Man Gets 10 years in Stabbing Death of Boyfriend
A Whitefish man who stabbed his boyfriend to death with a pair of scissors in August 2018 has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Three Arrested in Death of 12-year-old boy in West Yellowstone
James Alex Hurley died on Feb. 3 near West Yellowstone. Initial information does not say how the boy died.
Former Evergreen Firefighter Files Discrimination Complaint After Alleged Firing Over Soci…
A former Evergreen firefighter has filed a complaint with the Montana Human Rights Network, saying she was a victim of discrimination and was wrongfully terminated. The Flathead Beacon reported that Presley Pritchard says other Evergreen Fire Rescue employees harassed her about photos she shared on …
Man Dies after Fight at Poverello Center
A 45-year-old man who fought with another man at a Missoula homeless shelter has died of his injuries.