MONTANA - Portraits of Mildred Walker and Joseph Medicine Crow Two and information about their fascinating lives are now hanging in the Gallery of Outstanding Montanans in the West Wing of the Capitol in Helena.
HELENA, Mont. — On Wednesday at the Capitol, the Montana Native Women's Coalition brought attention to the efforts being made to combat the MMIP epidemic.
HELENA, Mont. - Capital High machining students made 20 trailer hitch inserts for Mending Waters Montana, a local organization serving veterans.
HELENA, Mont. – Firefighters were called to a home on State Street Monday morning, after a call came in from someone who saw smoke in the area from Mt. Helena.
HELENA, Mont. - The 67th legislative session is finished. Work in Helena concluded Thursday night and on Friday, Governor Greg Gianforte and Republican legislators reflected back on what was accomplished.
Governor Greg Gianforte signed and transmitted 77 bills to the Secretary of State Friday afternoon.The bills include:HB 67Rep. Llew Jones (R-Conrad)Generally revise community college funding lawsHB 73Rep. Barry Usher (R-Billings)Generally revise laws related to the criminal justice oversight…
HELENA, Mont. - A downed power line is causing blockage on Canyon Ferry Road, according to a Facebook post from Lewis and Clark County / City of Helena 911 Center. Westbound traffic on Canyon Ferry Road is completely blocked. Eastbound traffic on Canyon Ferry Road is being diverted to Baldy Drive.
PHILIPSBURG, Mont. - The Granite County Sheriff Scott Dunkerson says the Sheriff’s Office received a call from Salt Lake City air traffic control reporting a small aircraft that was crash landing short of the runway in Phillipsburg.
HELENA, Mont. - The 67th Legislative Session is ending Thursday after more than 1,300 bills have been introduced in the Legislature. Fewer than 300 have already been signed into law, and an additional 300 bills are on their way to the governor's desk.
HELENA, Mont. - As more COVID-19 restrictions are lifted nationwide, Governor Greg Gianforte now has a bill on his desk that would prohibit discrimination based on vaccine status.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. – Cascade County continues to rally to support a family in need. This weekend you can help the Weir family, a family of 5 involved in a tragic accident last month along Highway 89.
HELENA, Mont. – On Wednesday, lawmakers voted on an amendment to the Montana Born-Alive Infant Protection Act. This is one of several bills seeking to restrict abortion access this session.
HELENA, Mont. - Governor Greg Gianforte signed and transmitted several bills to the Secretary of State Wednesday afternoon.
HELENA, Mont. - Lawmakers in Helena voted on a pair of bills that would affect transgender student-athletes across Montana, and potentially force the state into a standoff with the federal government and the NCAA.
MONTANA - The Montana Democratic Party is challenging Governor Greg Gianforte's decision to sign two new election laws into play. They've filed a lawsuit in response, and both sides are sounding off as the charges are sparking a debate among voters across the state.
HELENA, Mont. - Montana Republican lawmakers and the Montana Supreme Court continued their back-and-forth battle Monday at the Capitol over email subpoena requests.
HELENA, Mont. - The Treasure State is working on being one step closer to stopping human and drug trafficking and in doing so, it could put some money in your pocket.
HELENA, Mont. - On Friday, the Legislature will not meet in person, floor sessions will not occur and Friday will not be an official legislative day.
HELENA, Mont. — The City of Helena is seeking input from local business owners as the community transitions from its response to COVID-19, to living with the virus.
HELENA, Mont. - Capital High School went into lockdown Thursday after officers received a report of an individual possibly in the area with a gun.
HELENA, Mont. – Montana is putting a pause on the use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine after the CDC and FDA say there are reports of it causing a rare but severe type of blood clot. While all federal health channels have stopped using the vaccine immediately, it is up to individual states…
HELENA, Mont. - On Tuesday, lifelong Helena resident and former Chief of Police Troy McGee announced in a release his candidacy for City Commissioner for Helena's upcoming municipal elections.
Currently in Helena
- Grizzly bear photographed in Big Snowy Mountains in Montana
- Brody Jenner recalls shock at hearing ex Kaitlynn Jenner was dating Miley Cyrus
- Kendall Jenner: My anxiety has put me in hospital before
- Historic M&M Bar in Butte complete loss due to fire
- Law enforcement finds psychedelic mushrooms, meth during search of woman’s home
- Man charged with several counts following reported early morning break-in
- Fundraiser set up looking to help rebuild M&M Bar in Butte
- Blackfeet Tribal Business Council gives update on searches for Arden Pepion and Leo Wagner
- MPD responds to armed robbery involving four suspects
- Man accused of raping child in Helena