The purpose of the tour was understanding the jail environment, including the challenges of the currently overcrowded facility.
July 18, 2019
HELENA – The Lewis and Clark Humane Society (LCHS) says the 11 new arrivals at the shelter are some of the worst cases of dog lice they’ve ever seen.
As fire danger increases here in Montana with stronger wind and lower humidity, wildfires are slowly increasing and growing through the west.
HELENA – This Saturday, July 18 at 8:30 p.m. will be the 16th annual Intrepid Credit Union, “Symphony under the Stars”.
HELENA – Florence Crittenton announced Barbara Burton would be retiring as Executive Director of the organization and named Carrie Krepps as her successor.
HELENA — In Montana’s 2020 U.S. Senate race, incumbent Republican Steve Daines has a huge head start on campaign money — including $1.5 million from political action committees, or more than a third of his donations.
HELENA – Justices on the Montana Supreme Court affirmed a lower court ruling denying Connie Crites access to the investigative file on her brother’s death.
STEVENSVILLE – There are still so many questions about what happened that night in March when a suspect shot three people near Expressway in Missoula and later, a Montana Highway Patrol trooper near Evaro.
DILLON, Mont. – Celebrate the past at Bannack State Park during Bannack Days, Saturday and Sunday, July 20-21.
BILLINGS- Democratic U.S. House candidate Kathleen Williams met with supporters at Thirsty Street Brewing in Billings Wednesday night.
LOLO – The memory of a California firefighter who lost his life during Western Montana’s historic 2017 wildfire season is being marked in Lolo.
Officials are cautioning the public to stay out of the Missouri River riverbed in the Black Eagle Dam area as water levels will be low so crews can make repairs to the dam.
Custer man facing assault charges for apparent accidental shooting of friend trying to stop him from driving drunk
BILLINGS- A Custer man is facing felony assault charges after prosecutors said he accidentally shot his friend in the hand early Tuesday morning following a nearly half-day bender at a nearby bar.
Federal agents carried out raids on the Belgrade and Bozeman locations of a chiropractic business.
HELENA – The states of Montana and North Dakota are petitioning the federal government to overturn a Washington state law that tightens restrictions on rail cars carrying Bakken crude oil to the West Coast.