MISSOULA, Mont. - The Montana Department of Environmental Quality released a grant that is available to school districts across Montana, to trade in old diesel buses, for new cleaner fuel option buses.
Montana State set the tone early Saturday afternoon against Morehead State, scoring touchdowns on their first three offensive possessions of the game to take a 21-0 lead.
ARLEE, Mont. - Following the initial announcement of the Marvin Rehbein gravel pit project in May, residents of the Jocko Valley have come together to combat the placement of the pit.
MISSOULA, Mont. - Following the incidents of the fair shooting in Billings and the attempted kidnapping in Missoula, safety at fairs is a big concern.
MISSOULA, Mont. - The Montana Department of Corrections received a $780,000 grant to combat the opioid epidemic in the state and its prisons.
MISSOULA, Mont. - The Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is supporting recovery efforts by waiving application fees for water users affected by flooding in Montana.
MISSOULA, Mont. - Search and Rescue teams in Missoula and Gallatin Counties have been on the move this summer, responding to incidents with hikers, mountain bikers, and some water action.
FRENCHTOWN, Mont. - While it's the middle of summer, Frenchtown School District is already gearing up for next school and working to make sure it can get students to and from school.
POLSON, Mont. - Arguably one of the most popular places to celebrate 4th of July in Montana is on Flathead Lake. Over the weekend, Polson kicked off celebrations with its firework show. The festivities aren't slowing down as the annual parade returns to Main Street on Monday.
MONTANA - As flood relief and rebuilding efforts continue in places like Carbon and Park counties, Montanans across the state continue to step up and help out.
HAUGAN, Mont. - The story of a small-town Montana kid is gaining attention beyond the Treasure State and will soon reach audiences across the nation bringing awareness to mental health struggles and suicide prevention among service members.
Mont. - Between high winds and rising flood waters across the state many people are left without power. Speaking with northwestern energy about restorations underway with weather conditions we're seeing from flooding to high winds are causing several power outages in the red lodge, Gardiner …
MONTANA - The Department of Commerce announced Montana Housing's Emergency Rental Assistance program is expanding its eligibility requirements.
ST. REGIS, Mont. - Whether it's stopping for gas or a huckleberry milkshake, the St. Regis Travel Center expects to see thousands of visitors come through its doors this Memorial Day weekend.
BUTTE - The Butte-Silver Bow Law Enforcement Department needs your help tracking down a man, who is suspected of distributed anti-Semitic flyers.
PHILLIPSBURG, Mont. -- Phillipsburg residents woke up to an alarming situation this morning, after the pipeline that supplies most of the town's water got busted. Residents are being asked to conserve water.
PHILIPSBURG, Mont. - It's an international murder investigation that begins in the Canadian territory of Yukon with the final physical clue in the case parked right here, in Montana.
MONTANA - As spring temperatures warm up, motorcyclists are returning to Montana roads with more freedom this year. They're now allowed to drive in between lanes, but some drivers aren't happy about it.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Dillon's own Troy Andersen found out his NFL Draft fate on Friday night, with the Atlanta Falcons picking him at No. 58 overall.
MISSOULA, Mont. - It's not every day that a high school science teacher from Arlee, gets to be in the same room as the president. But on Wednesday, that's exactly what happened.
MISSOULA, Mont. - Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials met in Missoula Tuesday, for a Trapper Education workgroup meeting, to discuss the new course that some people will have to take before purchasing a trapping license in Montana.
GLASGOW, Mont. - As the CDC reports a 16 percent increase in drug over-dose deaths in Montana, with 92 percent of state residents living with substance abuse disorders not receiving treatment.
MISSOULA -- All aboard Montana! The Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority is one step closer to bringing passenger rail back to the Southern part of the state, which hasn't seen passenger rail since 1979.
Currently in Missoula
- Canadian police found in undercover operation at Great Falls gunshow
- Wanted person deceased following officer-involved shooting in Great Falls
- GFHS placed in lockdown this afternoon after student assaults staff members
- Border Patrol Agent takes two in for further processing after they crossed into the U.S. illegally
- Children taken from Black Eagle Friday found safe
- Missoula police looking to speak to people impacted by unsafe driver in area of Kemp St. and Catlin St.
- Lewis and Clark Co. Sheriff ID's Spring Meadow Lake State Park drowning victim
- Hurricane Ian: 'Worse case' for Fort Myers, Punta Gorda, experts say
- Lawsuit says woman gave birth alone on Maryland jail floor
- Officers respond to schools in Fort Benton after student advises teacher of concerning text message