HELENA – Although the landscape looks different in the North Hills area, every evacuated resident still has a home thanks to the efforts of local firefighters.
MANHATTAN – Tiny Tails K-9 Rescue, based in Manhattan, is hoping to expand the level of care it can provide to newborn puppies.
Office of Consumer Protection cautions about charity and contractor scams following natural disasters
HELENA – The Montana Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) are cautioning the public about scams that follow wildfires and other natural disasters.
MISSOULA — Authorities are looking for a missing 24-year-old Missoula woman who may be held against her will.
WISE RIVER – A new wildfire to report 4 miles south of Wise River in the Pioneer Mountains. This is a 40 acre fire as of 5 pm Wednesday evening and is 0% contained.
HELENA – Many people might not know their insurance policies often cover losses indirectly related to wildfires.
BILLINGS- A federal judge in Great Falls ruled Tuesday that large donors to nonprofit groups must once again disclose their identities to maintain their tax-exempt status.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced on Tuesday that it has reinstated grizzly bears on the list of endangered and threatened wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE).
DETROIT – Montana Governor Steve Bullock was on the national stage Tuesday night in his first appearance in a Democratic presidential candidate debate.
HELENA- The Lewis and Clark Co. Sheriff’s Office will lift selected evacuation orders at Noon on Wednesday.
BOZEMAN – According to a Montana State University alert, three men attempted a robbery in Gallatin Hall early Wednesday morning.
LOCKWOOD – Each year, wildland fires consume hundreds of homes in the wildland-urban interface- an area firefighters describe as the zone of transition between wildland and human development.
Fire crews in Jefferson County and Lewis and Clark County continue to battle or mop up multiple wildfires sparked by afternoon thunderstorms Tuesday.
MISSOULA – All the world’s a stage in Missoula this summer as local dancers get ready for an international competition.
BILLINGS – That gray hair some see in the mirror is a direct reflection of Montana’s workforce challenges today.