HELENA - The House Judiciary Committee heard testimony on a trio of bills Thursday morning to extend the life of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) task force, after Senate Bill 4 passed in the Senate Wednesday.
HELENA - Montana's House Judiciary Committee heard testimony on Monday morning for a controversial bill that would change how transgender students can participate in high school sports.
HELENA, Mont. - Lewis and Clark County Public Health said they’ve run out of registrations within an hour of announcing their upcoming drive-through COVID-19 vaccination.
HELENA - The Helena School District is increasing the number of spectators allowed at district high school sporting events to three spectators per participant for Helena teams and two spectator per participant from visiting schools.
HELENA, Mont. – Despite the recent changes from Governor Greg Gianforte, Lewis and Clark County said they will continue to enforce local business closing time rules and limits on gatherings. An event plan is required for any gathering between 25 and 250 participants. Events with more than 25…
HELENA, Mont. - The USPS announced they will be temporarily removing two blue collection boxes and closing the P.O. Box section at one Post Office early to protect postal property, employees and the public.
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…
HELENA - The biggest change made by the COVID-19 Legislative Panel Thursday was the introduction of a contact tracer that will be provided by Lewis and Clark county.
MEAGHER Co., Mont - After strong winds ripped throughout the state of Montana Wednesday, Meagher County suffered damages of different sorts.
HELENA - Democratic lawmakers held a press conference Thursday to announce legislation they hope will lower healthcare costs and create jobs across the Treasure State.
HELENA - Due to construction work for renovations and for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Montana Historical Society will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 16 and Monday, Jan. 18.
HELENA - Lewis and Clark Public Health (LCPH) announced Thursday they are opening the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations to Phase one-B, tier-one next week at the Lewis and Clark County fairgrounds.
HELENA - The Senate Judiciary Committee met to discuss a bill that would extend Montana’s Missing Indigenous Persons Task Force for another two years.
HELENA - The first known Montana lawmaker has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Representative David Bedey of Hamilton revealed he had tested positive Thursday.
HELENA -- For weeks, Gov. Greg Gianforte has hinted at removing the mask mandate put in place last year. This afternoon he confirmed he plans to do just that -- but certain things have to happen first.
HELENA - Monday marked the first day of Montana’s 67th legislative session. It was a whirlwind of a day at the Capitol, even as both chambers met separately but for only about 15 minutes each.
HELENA - Gov. Steve Bullock released an op-ed Sunday reflecting on his service as Montana's governor as his term comes to an end Monday.
HELENA - The public is being invited to submit public comments on a proposal to improve about half a mile of Lake Helena Drive in East Helena.
HELENA, Mont. - Things are usually quiet around this time of year from a hospitality standpoint. With that in mind, hotels in the area are still trying to make up for lost time over the spring and summer.
HELENA - Drive-thru clinics will be held in Helena to conduct a final vaccination push to Phase 1a individuals in Lewis and Clark County.
HELENA - An inmate at the Lewis and Clark County Detention Center is facing several charges for reportedly making threats to a Detention Corporal and her family.
HELENA – Montana is just days away from a new Governor being sworn in and a new legislative session kicking off. Preparations for both events have the Capitol City buzzing.
HELENA -- Police arrested a woman after she allegedly tried to pull an officer into a fire. Police tell us it all started when they were called to 3101 N Montana Avenue yesterday.
HELENA, Mont. - For Helena High School's winter season the total number of spectator attendance for all events is still limited to 25 or less, according to the County Health Department on Monday.
HELENA, Mont. - Across Montana, Christmas wreaths hang from the doorways of homes, businesses and churches. At the Montana State Veteran’s Cemetery in Fort Harrison, they lay a different type of wreath, and it brings annual significance for a special group of Montanans.
HELENA- The Montana VA Health Care System began Moderna COVID-19 vaccine distribution after the Fort Harrison VA Medical Center received their first shipment.
HELENA - The Montana VA Health Care System will begin Moderna COVID-19 vaccine distribution Wednesday after the Fort Harrison VA Medical Center received their first shipment.
HELENA - Lewis and Clark Public Health announced Tuesday they are in charge of allocating and administering the COVID-19 vaccine to community members in Lewis and Clark County.
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