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The Treasure State will be represented both in and out of the arena this week as the National Finals Rodeo gets under way in Las Vegas.
The state's top three Democrats made it clear Tuesday they are backing John Lewis in the party's primary for U.S. House.
Bullying affects school age children more than anyone and I'm here at Morningside Elementary School to learn more about what our elementary schools are doing to combat bullying.
A Montana judge under fire for commenting that a 14-year-old rape victim appeared "older than her chronological age" said Tuesday that he deserves to be censured but not removed from the bench for the remarks.
A bill by Republican Rep. Steve Daines of Montana that would allow nearly a dozen hydropower projects on federal land to move forward was passed unanimously by the U.S. House on Tuesday.
Remember the good old days when things were bad? Those days when God was in his heaven and Ronald Reagan was in the Oval Office? Back in the day when catsup was a vegetable.
An arctic air mass continued to move southward across the western third of the country on Monday, while a coastal storm triggered Gale Warnings across the northern portion of the Eastern Seaboard.
Elevators designed to hold grain soar to the sky in countless rural locations, from Moccasin to Fairfield and around the Treasure State.
Montana Highway Patrol troopers are urging drivers in southwest Montana to stay home tonight due to slick, snowy driving conditions.
Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. Crime follows flood of oil money in small Montana, N.D. towns In the small towns near the oilfields of Montana and North Dakota, crime is up dramatically, as communities grow too fast to accommodate the flood of population, and illegal drug dealers follow the money to those towns.
No one can avoid hearing about the challenges of the Affordable Care Act implementation.
BUTTE - A head-on collision on U.S. 287 near Ennis killed a 66-year-old Bozeman man and injured a 79-year-old man from Ennis.
Red Lodge Mountain Resort opened for business and plenty of people took advantage of the warm temperatures on opening day.
It's not only wine sales that are growing big time in Montana. Sales of distilled spirits such as whiskey, vodka and rum increased by more than 250,000 cases, or 53 percent, to 732,223 cases, from 2003 to 2013, according to data from the Montana Revenue Department's Liquor Control Division.
Visiting Glacier National Park in the summer involves dealing with traffic and more people than many of us are used to seeing in any given Montana day.