GREAT FALLS - As the number of cases of the coronavirus continues to grow across the country, some people have begun taking drastic measures to try to prevent catching the virus.
GREAT FALLS- Positive COVID-19 cases keep climbing, and the Cascade City-County Health Department says the demand for more contact tracing is higher than ever.
Another big name visit backed Montana's Republican candidates Monday. Former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley made her final stop in Montana this afternoon to share a special message to voters.
Montana's Family Farms have continued the circle of life for thousands of years so farmers and ranchers can make a living. We've told you about the science behind breeding, now we’re taking a closer look into the graphic process veterinarians must go through just to see if the cows are carry…
A national land recognition proposal could potentially bring more money into Montana, but some counties and residents aren't backing the initiative.
History books say Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492. Columbus Day has been celebrated since 1971, but not everyone shares the same views on what October 12th really means.
FORT SHAW- One man is left picking up the pieces after a barn fire quickly turned into a wildlands fire Thursday afternoon near Highway 200 in Fort Shaw.
No matter who you’re quarantined with, being locked up inside of your home for weeks on end can be exhausting. The Blackfeet Reservation is now three days in to their 14-day mandatory shutdown.
According to court documents, a man called Great Falls Police to report a shooting at VFW, 4125 10th Ave. S., in the area Wednesday night just before 5:30 p.m.
Crews are getting ready to break ground on an irrigation renovation project on the Blackfeet Reservation that's decades in the making.
BUTTE, Mont. – Montana born and raised country artist Tim Montana returned to his Treasure State roots Wednesday. The southern rock and country singer shot parts of his new music video and new album cover in different areas of Butte.
CASCADE Co., Mont. - A local woman who's new to town reached out to us explaining some drama she experienced when trying to get a new license at the Department of Transportation's Cascade County Treasurer's Office on Monday.
A water and sewer project to protect public health in Black Eagle is almost complete. Crews have been working on the water main lines along Railroad Avenue near Black Eagle Park since the beginning of the month. Since then, they've fixed the water line from 15th Street to 20th Street and the…
No matter how big your backyard or land may be, everyone finds weeding to be a daunting task. Weeding is an ongoing process every farmer and rancher must combat to clear their land, spanning hundreds of thousands of acres across the Treasure State. Weeds can spread easily and quickly and Wal…
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%.
Great Falls Police Senior Officer Zaine O’Meara’s return is getting national attention on social media after he was hurt in the line of duty last October.
People in Cascade County gathered to pay their respects at an annual 9/11 memorial parade Friday night. Strict public health restrictions didn’t stop over 100 motorcyclists on their ride to remember with an escort from the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office.
We're just 54 days away from the presidential election and a popular clothing store has announced their plans to help with the election process.
The Goldstone Assisted Living Facility in Great Falls has become one of the state’s only homes of it’s kind to clear a Coronavirus outbreak among residents and staff. Now the owner is opening up about how they were able to quickly get things under control.
GREAT FALLS - A new place for meat lovers everywhere has rolled into the electric city this week with hopes of remaking the way we experience restaurant-quality food.
Wildfires mixed with stormy weather are taking a toll on power lines across the state. We've been tracking outage reports since early this morning.
Farmers are running into problems when it comes to technology issues and their right to repair. Now the National Association of Equipment Manufacturers is stepping in to help.
BEIRUT (AP) — Rescue workers used cranes, shovels and their bare hands in search operations that resumed early Friday in the rubble of a building that collapsed last month in Beirut’s catastrophic explosion, hoping to find a survivor after a pulsing signal was detected.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. unemployment rate fell sharply in August to 8.4% from 10.2% even as hiring slowed, with employers adding the fewest jobs since the pandemic began.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Alex Trebek says he’s responding exceptionally well to treatment for pancreatic cancer and expects to mark his two-year survival next February.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — Eric Herrera, 52, paid a $585 fine for misdemeanor criminal mischief (issued Aug. 12th), The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reported Tuesday.
Breaking overnight on the shooting in Portland and the protests and riots that left a man dead, the suspected shooter now dead after an encounter with police.
Nearly twenty different wildfires are burning in the state collectively burning a total of about a hundred and twenty thousand acres, so far within just twenty-four hours.
GREAT FALLS – Camping, boating, and fishing are all essential parts of Labor Day weekend, but with red flag warnings in effect will it be safe to go out?
More graphic images were posted on social media Thursday, showing just some of the aftermath from a wildfire burning Wednesday near Lewistown.
Currently in Missoula
- Rare albino bison born in the Bitteroot
- Help Me Taylor: Investigation Underway into Kalispell Woman's Cancer Diagnosis and Donations
- GFPS teacher, coach Ken Maddox passed away
- ABC's show 'Big Sky' getting complaints from Montanans, truckers, and Indigenous groups
- DOJ: MT chiropractor, his wife cause IRS total tax loss of over $70,000
- Help Me Taylor: Preying on Faith
- Montana reports 1,045 new COVID-19 cases
- U.S. Attorney for Montana announces resignation
- East Helena man charged with raping teen
- Malmstrom Air Force Base first to receive new MH-139 Grey Wolf helicopters