HAVRE, Mont. - The Department of Veterans Affairs announced 250 veterans will receive their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in Havre Thursday.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Montana school districts are trying to decide whether the COVID19 vaccine should be required for employees. Right now Great Falls Public Schools don't plan to make their teachers get the shot anytime soon.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Several events are taking place across the state today to honor Doctor Martin Luther King Junior during a time of heightened racial tensions. This comes after a year where the #BlackLivesMatter movement exploded, addressing several instances of racial injustice across Ame…
GREAT FALLS - Mobile homes can generally make housing affordable for low-income groups like seniors, but after facing more fees in her neighborhood, one Great Falls woman is speaking out for more renter protections.
BELT - Belt Rural Fire District responded to a two-alarm structure fire at 31 Evans Riceville Road just after 2:00 am Sunday.
Many farmers and ranchers are packing up cattle and equipment for this winter while fitting in any last-minute projects to start the spring off strong. They plan on using winter to their advantage to get ahead next season.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - NorthWestern Energy reported Friday that a power outage in Great Falls affecting 1,184 customers has been repaired.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Typically in March, Great Falls becomes the western art capital of the world with over 14 art shows and over 800 artists. But of course, in 2020, COVID-19 changed the way things were done and this year, show organizers are debating to move their shows.
GREAT FALLS - The Cascade City-County Health Department is reporting 19 additional COVID-19 deaths in Cascade County since Dec. 31, 2020.
GREAT FALLS - The Cascade City-County Health Department says local COVID-19 restrictions are still in place, and that Governor Greg Gianforte’s directive says it does not supersede local health orders.
Helena, Mont.- Friday marks a big day for Montana as Governor Gianforte's restriction rollback began at 5 a.m. This means many small businesses, restaurants, and bars are no longer forced to close by 10 p.m. or follow 50% maximum capacity orders. Not every county will enjoy fewer restrictio…
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Cascade County Commissioners look to fill the District 3 position after Commissioner Jane Weber announced her retirement.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The Great Falls Community is still feeling impacts of a wind storm Wednesday night, after strong gusts of over 70 miles-per-hour blew through town. You may find broken tree branches scattered in places, but the storm left a much wider mark on the Electric City, accordin…
HAVRE, Mont. - Veterans in Havre and along the hi-line will now have access to a new state of the art facility for the best possible care.
GREAT FALLS - Great Falls Public Schools announced due to COVID-19 related issues, the cross-town sub-varsity boys’ basketball games scheduled for Thursday afternoon/evening have been postponed.
BELT, Mont.- The Belt Rural Volunteer Fire Department has shared a few updates from several incidents the responded to during Wednesday's strong wind storm.
GREAT FALLS - As different agencies look at expanding vaccination efforts against COVID-19, one group says a new transfer program could make them more accessible to the public.
HAVRE - Long-term care residents and staff at the Northern Montana Care Center participated in the center’s first session of vaccinations on Saturday.
GREAT FALLS- The sentencing hearing for Jarrell Anderson, who is accused of homicide and several other felonies, has been reset until next month.
GREAT FALLS- The Great Falls College MSU Dental Clinic expansion project is expected to be completed by July, or sooner.
GREAT FALLS - As the Cascade City-County Health Department wraps up on the first round of administering COVID-19 vaccinations, they are preparing for the second round beginning the week of Jan. 18.
HELENA- In September, we told you about an alarming statistic; nationally, 20 veterans commit suicide a day and of those 20, only four seek help from the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Currently in Great Falls
- Unusual package found in the car that drove onto the steps of the Law and Justice Center cleared
- Kalispell building goes up in flames during overnight fire
- Drowned ice fisherman identified
- Montana reports 425 new COVID-19 cases
- Bozeman Business Boom: City's growth continues attracting nationwide stores
- WATCH: Object blown by wind knocks down road sign on I-15
- Missing Helena hospital patient found safe
- Montana joins other states in sending Army National Guard soldiers to U.S. Capitol
- Montana reports 341 new COVID-19 cases
- Missing Endangered Person Advisory for 66-year-old canceled