Red Flag Warning conditions are easing up as the wind dies down and the humidity slowly increases.
July 25, 2019
HELENA – During the hot summer months, many flock to Montana’s lakes to cool down. Yet, according to the Department of Environmental Equality (DEQ) and the Department of Human Health Services (DPHHS), as temperatures make a staggering climb, so does the chances of harmful algal blooms, also known as: HABS.
HELENA — A three-week-old state law regulating private “outdoor” treatment facilities for troubled kids helped lead to action taken against one of the centers this week in northwest Montana, state health officials told MTN News Thursday.
HELENA – A 55 year-old registered sex offender in Helena is accused of assaulting a young girl.
HILL COUNTY — A 29-year-old Box Elder man is in custody following a traffic stop conducted by Rocky Boy police Wednesday afternoon in which he engaged authorities in a car chase that ended in Box Elder with a standoff and a short foot pursuit.
A search for a 50 year-old man who reportedly fell into the Boulder River in Sweet Grass County on Wednesday is underway.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark County Public Health and the Elkhorn Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD), will be holding a family preparedness emergency fair this fall on Saturday, September 14.
GREAT FALLS — The Cascade County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) SWAT Team has a historic new member.
RONAN – A lightning-sparked wildfire burning in the Mission Valley has now grown to 289 acres.
BOZEMAN – Around 80 middle schoolers are gathering at Montana State University this week to shoot for the moon.
BUTTE – A recently deadly accident involving a vehicle and a bicyclist in Butte has left one local cyclist with very mixed emotions.
MANHATTAN – Nearly 600 acres of land in Manhattan is now protected from development.
BOZEMAN – Eating raw cookie dough is something we like to do as children and maybe even adults. One Bozeman woman had dreams of opening her own cookie dough truck, and after a lot of hard work, that dream has become a reality.
KALISPELL – Two people are dead in the Flathead after a late-night incident on Highway 93.
BILLINGS – Those with Fish Wildlife and Parks are sending a warning to Billings area residents surrounding recent wildlife sightings, including black bears and mountain lions reported wandering through neighborhoods and parks.