West Virginia's governor and attorney general are joining two other states that are seeking to challenge federal environmental rules on greenhouse gas emissions.
A panel of appellate judges has upheld as constitutional the 2011 federal raids on Montana medical marijuana businesses, warehouses and homes that pot providers claimed violated their right to operate under state law.
Jared Yates spent 11 hours in the Capitol's windowless basement last Thursday, printing hundreds of copies of bills and amendments hours after the legislators' parking lots cleared.
Charles Patton Jr. was arraigned today. Patton appearing in court today and pleading not guilty on charges of possession of dangerous drugs and possession of dangerous drugs with intent to distribute.
Those travelling on Interstate 15 north of Great Falls by Shelby noticing some closures for a near nine mile stretch.
President Barack Obama on Thursday nominated a state Supreme Court justice and a Billings district judge to fill two open Montana judgeships, and U.S. Sen.
The meaning of music is impossible to define, since it means different things to different people.
I just saw the video below and am trying to give it some publicity. It is ostensibly an interview with Miles City writer, rancher, and horseman John Moore about the Miles City Bucking horse sale, but he touches on the strange way that difficult life skills have been transmuted into play.
French Montana, feat. Ne-Yo & Raekwon "We Go Where We Want" This is the second time Ne-Yo has crooned on a pop-savvy Only Built 4 Cuban Linx homage from a New York rapper trying real hard to maintain their cred and still get on the radio.
About a half-dozen tea party activists have gathered outside the federal building in Helena to protest IRS scrutiny of conservative groups and to warn that the agency could target other organizations next.
Let's picture Polson. It's hard to say this without sounding clichA©: Polson is charming.
Cindy Stergar was appointed to the position in December but vacated the office earlier this month to take a medical consultant position in Missoula.
Sen. Max Baucus has been the point man for some of the nation's most heated political debates in recent years.