BOZEMAN, Mont. - If you're planning to give blood over the summer, you'll also walk away with an answer to whether you've been exposed to COVID-19.
Dennis Van Hook has spent the last 40 years as a therapist and teacher. To say he's had a positive impact on many lives, would be a gross understatement.
Hyalite Canyon draws nature-lovers in year-round. But it’s the athletes defying gravity on the walls of Hyalite’s ice faces in the winter months that make the place more than just a postcard view.
With all of the marketing out there about financial services, how is anyone supposed to make sense of it all? Sky Federal Credit union tells you what you need to know.
MISSOULA -- Hundreds of people escaping war and persecution now have new lives in Montana. That's all in thanks to a non-profit called "Soft Landing."
The craft brewing industry has taken the Treasure State by storm. Montana has one of the nation's highest person-to-brewery ratios with 10 breweries per-capita. But, one brewery started it all.
When making important financial decisions, Sky Federal Credit Union says it's important to start with the most important question in mind: is it a want or a need?
A chance encounter in America's first national park nearly two decades ago changed the course of one man's life, and now he's made it his mission to track down the missed connection that saved him.
MISSOULA - In a time where community and non-profit movie theaters are struggling to compete with streaming services like Netflix or Disney Plus, it's been a record-setting year for the iconic Roxy Theater in Missoula.
Josh Quick understands your love for Montana. And he understands how proud you are of the Treasure State. That's because he is too!"I think it's a mysterious place. In the lower 48, we live in a mysterious, sparely populated place with mountains and plains and I think a lot of folks don't kn…
GREAT FALLS- Since 1947, the United States Marine Corps has been involved in Toys for Tots, an annual program that collects toys for less fortunate families.
You can tell from the moment you meet him, Tate Jones comes alive when he talks about military history. Stan Cohen? Hayes Otoupalik? They do too. They all come alive, and their passion shows.
After more than 30 years in the Electric City, Centene Stadium is saying goodbye to two of its biggest fans, Jim and Keith Eaklund.
BILLINGS - This week's Montana Treasure highlights a Billings fourth grader who took matters into his own hands following a devastating natural disaster.
Thomas Penley is this week’s Mattress Firm Student of The Week. Penley is a Tight End on the Capital Bruins football team, but that isn’t the only thing he is known for.
BUTTE-When a Butte man's wife was diagnosed with cancer in the late 1970s, he made a promise that serves as a southwest Montana icon today.
The cowboy way of life isn't as common in Montana as it used to be almost a century ago. As times change though, one artist continues to cement that lifestyle and legacy through his hand-crafted sculptures, which are always featured at Great Falls’ Western Art Week every year.
BOZEMAN- Montana is the only state in the country that honors highway crash victims with a fatality marker at the site of the crash. It's a program with 60 years of history in the Treasure State.
The World Mission Society Church of God hosting a food drive Sunday, August 18 at the Super 1 Foods on 3160 10'th Ave. South. Everyone is encouraged to drop off non-perishable items to support the Great Falls Food Bank.
Currently in Missoula
- Road conditions deteriorating across parts of Montana as snow continues to fall
- Tucson puts brakes on motorcycle escorts for Trump car parades
- National historical area draws criticism across the region
- Two-story home catches fire in Sand Coulee
- Accident at Eddie's Corner leaves US-87, US-191 S intersection without warning light
- Raising awareness turns into support from Great Falls community after car break-in
- Pullman police: Missing juveniles found
- Billing Police looking for missing 22-year-old
- Montana reports 668 new COVID-19 cases
- 201 inmates at Crossroads Correctional Center test positive for COVID-19