According numbers released Sunday, Montana has now conducted 302,813 COVID-19 tests. Since testing began, 10,299 people have tested positive for the virus. The rate of infection since testing began is 3.4%.
HELENA- Helena Public Schools are making some changes to spectator passes for in town participants and visiting participants.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A Helena man entered a guilty plea Wednesday to deliberate homicide for killing a man during an argument over a drug deal in June 2019.
HELENA - The East Helena School District is reporting they were alerted a student tested positive for COVID-19 Sunday, Sept. 13 and received confirmation the next day.
HELENA – The Helena Symphony is preparing for its first performance after a 203-day hiatus. Starting Saturday, September 19th, the symphony will begin live streaming their performances.
HELENA- East Helena Schools are now providing free lunch and breakfast for any student starting Monday, September 14 through December 18, 2020.
HELENA- Benefis Health System is planning a freestanding clinic in Helena that will initially offer primary care and specialty care services.
HELENA - The Grizzly Bear Advisory Council shared their final report on the future of grizzly bear management in Montana Thursday, offering their comments and suggestions to bear conservation agencies.
HELENA - Right now, there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at the Lewis and Clark County Detention Center, however, Sheriff Leo Dutton says he does have a plan ready if an outbreak occurs.
HELENA – The Helena Family YMCA has launched a distance learning program. It provides remote learning for children through each phase of Helena’s back to school plan.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana Gov. Steve Bullock filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Postal Service and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy on Tuesday, arguing changes made to the postal service could affect the ability to vote by mail in November.
KALISPELL - 80 Bank robberies in eight states, heart racing prison escapes, and a brutal double homicide at a Montana resort is all coming up on the Season 3 premiere of Montana Murder Mysteries. In February of 1963, a woman decided to visit her parents, Richard and Alice Easton, at Paradise…
HELENA- A member of the Helena Hot Shot crew died in a car crash while coming home from a fire assignment in Idaho on Wednesday.
HELENA- The Lewis and Clark City-County Board of Health has voted to allow spectators at local and school-sponsored sports and other community youth activities with conditions.
HELENA- The Oddfellow Inn & Farm has rounded up all their animals after having to release them due to a fire headed towards them.
HELENA- Those who were evacuated for the fire south of Franklin Mile Road are able to return home tonight at 8:30 pm according to the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Office.
HELENA - The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) in Montana is reporting a COVID-19 death at a Montana State Hospital (MHS) Wednesday.
HELENA- The public is being asked by the Helena Police Department to help locate Reuben Jesse Gillian, who is reported as a walkaway from the Helena Pre-Release Center.
HELENA- A 22-year-old man was arrested on August 26 in Colorado on an arrest warrant issued by Helena law enforcement after what appeared to be hidden camera recordings of people using the bathroom was found.
HELENA – Wednesday was the first of many meetings the Helena City Commission will hold on policing policies. They discussed hiring standards, training techniques, data and statistics for the commission to review.
HELENA- A former NRA instructor who was charged in the shooting death of his hunting partner in 2018 has had his sentence reduced.
HELENA, Mont. - The Helena Police Department is asking residents to remember to take precautions and secure their homes while away and overnight.
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- Victims reporting their Social Security number was used in fraudulent unemployment claims
- Montana reports 333 new COVID-19 cases, highest single-day count
- Gallatin County median price of single-family homes increases by $86,900 from July to August
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- Montana reports 346 new COVID-19 cases
- Authorities search for missing woman out of Hamilton