HELENA – As we get closer to the start of the school year, health officials are reminding parents that students are required to be physically up-to-date with their vaccinations.
July 30, 2019
HELENA – The North Hills fire continued to spread Tuesday, growing around 400 acres in the past 24 hours.
Hauser Dam energy operations suspended for days due to North Hills Fire, now back to full production
HELENA – The North Hills Fire forced NorthWestern Energy to suspend operations at Hauser Dam for several days.
Thunderstorms were active in Montana once again making for another very active day for firefighters.
The city brought in the firm Anthony and Associates, based in Colorado, to conduct an assessment of the tower’s wooden beams. They will put together a report on which parts of the tower are sound and which might need to be repaired or replaced.
HELENA – We are tracking four reports of fire starts Tuesday afternoon.
Former Miles City trainer sentenced to 12 years in prison, 3 years supervised release in massive sexual abuse case
BILLINGS- Former Miles City trainer James Jensen was sentenced Tuesday at 12 years in federal prison and three years of supervised release on charges related to repeated sexual abuse of dozens of male student athletes.
County commissioners said their emergency declaration is a necessary step so the county can receive state and federal assistance for their response to the fire.
The Montana Highway Patrol released its annual report for 2018 several weeks ago.
A visitor was injured by a bison in the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota on Saturday, July 27.
POLSON – Strict quality control happens for Flathead Cherries before they hit stands and grocery stores.
MISSOULA – State wildlife officials say they’ve figured out what’s caused a section of the Blackfoot River to recently change color.
GLASGOW – One man is dead after crashing his SUV Tuesday morning according to Montana Highway Patrol.
KALISPELL – An autopsy may help law enforcement understand how a 2-year old toddler died before his parents took their own lives following a police pursuit in the Flathead.
MISSOULA – The latest update from the lightning-sparked Beeskove Fire burning in the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area shows that the blaze has grown slightly to 211 acres.