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Montana's attorney general intends to defend the state's limit on the punitive damages that can be awarded to an individual by a judge or jury.
There is a battle going on for our country's future and it's not between Republicans and Democrats, it is between those who love liberty and freedom and those who believe that we can't take care of ourselves.
Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. Railroad bottleneck delays delivery of Montana, Wyoming coal The U.S. Energy Information Administration said coal reserves are at 6-year lows, and coal companies said delays in shipping coal caused by congestion on railways is to blame for the low reserves.
A Georgia man accused of recruiting Montana transients to participate in a check-cashing scheme has pleaded guilty to forgery charges.
A 29-year-old man died and his 31-year-old passenger was injured in a motorcycle crash near Sidney.
An order of nuns facing child sex abuse lawsuits wants to bring the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena back into state court, saying the diocese should have to pay part of any judgment against the Ursuline Sisters of the Western Province.
Wild horse advocacy groups are appealing a federal judge's ruling that denied their challenge to the government's management of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range.
Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Carole King is slated to perform two private concerts in Montana next month to benefit underdog Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Dirk Adams.
Russian nuclear inspectors visited the U.S. amid heightened tensions between the two nations to verify that 18 nuclear missile launch facilities had been demolished as part of a 2011 arms control treaty, Air Force officials said Monday.
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HELENA - The chairman of a foundation funded by the sale of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana says he expects the foundation's assets to grow from $40 million to more than $150 million.
A Harlem woman is dead and two men injured after a one-vehicle crash east of Havre early Sunday, Montana Highway Patrol says.
CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES 2: A SECOND HELPING Billings Studio Theatre 4/12-4/27/2014 A sequel to the popular Church Basement Ladies, Church Basement Ladies 2 is a humorous dedication to the stalwart, underappreciated women who volunteer to work in the church kitchen.
Looking for a restaurant to celebrate a special occasion in? It would be hard to beat the food, ambiance, friendly staff and Montana charm at Lolo Creek Steak House.
Editor's note: In 2014, Montana celebrates 150 years as a territory and 125 years as a state.