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A state judge on Friday rejected arguments that Montana's legislative districting commission wrongly met in private earlier this year to assign senators.
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The state says that tax collections and revenue remain steady and are up slightly over last year.
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In his run for Montana's lone U.S. House seat Ryan Zinke faces the classic Republican primary dilemma.
Just who is Tim Fox working for anyway? Recently, Montana's attorney general sent a letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the state of Washington urging them not to study a proposed coal port's impacts on Montana.
Earlier this week, the Bozeman City Commissioners signed off of on the plan, providing funds from the Trails, Open Space and Parks bond.
A state judge has rejected arguments that Montana's legislative districting commission wrongly met in private earlier this year to assign senators.
The Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners has asked the county attorney to draft an ordinance that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
"This film's been germinating for 40 years since the book was published," director Alex Smith told a packed house at the Roxy Theater in Missoula for Montana's premiere of its very own "Winter in the Blood" film last Saturday.
The Montana State Auditor and FBI agents took the stand on Thursday to testify in the trial of a Belgrade man accused of stealing millions of dollars from investors.
Some serious winter weather has arrived in Big Sky Country, but the record-breaking effects are being felt across the region.
Attorney General Tim Fox reminds Montana shoppers that, under state law, gift cards and gift certificates from an individual merchant do not expire, despite what may be printed on them.
Watch: A warning likely will be issued about severe winter weather conditions that include freezing rain, sleet or heavy snow.
A National Weather Service meteorologist says the cold snap hitting much of the West has set or matched record low temperatures in parts of Montana.
South central Montana is experiencing a widespread outbreak of hemorrhagic diseases that are killing white-tailed deer, antelope and possibly elk.
As hunters prepared to pack up their gear at the close of the general rifle and archery seasons, dozens of opportunistic Montanans began turning battered fenders into food sources.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
A judge told teachers Wednesday that he hopes to make a decision before the start of the year on their request to maintain pension inflationary increases until their challenge to pending cuts can be fully decided.