The Montana Department of Justice has appealed a Yellowstone County District Court judge’s preliminary injunction halting several new laws restricting abortion from taking effect.
Steve Bullock and Neil Kornze are two of the first four board members of a new nonprofit foundation created to help leverage public and private funds to conserve, protect and restore land managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
The search for 26-year-old Sidney woman, Katelynn Berry, has been suspended following the discovery of human remains Thursday morning near Sidney.
A California man has been sentenced to nine months in jail and fined more than $2,900 following a drunken spree at the Lake Yellowstone Hotel in Yellowstone National Park last fall, ending with an attack on law enforcement officers.
A radio-collared grizzly sow took a 2,800-mile trek through Montana and Idaho. Her trail shows the many places bears may soon inhabit as their numbers increase.
As the grizzly population has grown, so too has the political divide in the country and Montana. How will polarization shape the future of grizzlies, a species that can be both revered and divisive.
Doug Peacock's latest book compiles adventures his questing ambition has opened for him, from memorials to mentors to encounters with desert jaguars and island tortoises.
The state Office of Public Instruction has presented the Board of Public Education with its proposed rule changes to teacher licensing that seek to reduce certain requirements and expand opportunities to obtain a teaching license in Montana.
Grizzlies have made gains toward recovery, but populations may need to connect to secure long-term stability. That has prompted scientists to focus on lands that fall between large populations.
On Tuesday, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced plans to spend upwards of $50 billion to fight catastrophic wildfire.
Montana’s top state office holders have approved a new route for a natural gas pipeline beneath the Yellowstone River over the protests of Laurel landowners.
"We are never fully staffed in a shift," Montana State Prison Warden Jim Salmonsen said.
Faced with the possibility of federal judges redrawing Montana political districts, state legislators on Tuesday again passed on bringing the five regions of the Montana Public Service Commission into constitutional compliance before the 2022 election.
Experts are studying grizzlies as they travel to new territories. One collared male has roamed to surprising places, demonstrating where more bears may show up and the precautions people should take.
A Yellowstone National Park Bear Biologist has seen grizzly populations slowly recover. He says the main challenge is teaching people to act responsibly for the health and safety of bears and humans.
The latest infusion — $83 million — will benefit 74 tribes across the country and boost the total amount awarded so far to $209 million spread among 191 tribes.
After more than a decade of work, the Custer Gallatin National Forest has finalized its South Crazy Land Exchange, acquiring two easements and exchanging approximately 1,920 acres of forest for 1,877.5 acres of private lands.
Bear management in Indian Country looks very different from the mainstream public lands approach. For one thing, there’s a strong religious component.
A woman was charged with vehicular homicide in December after a domestic dispute turned deadly in August in Whitehall.
The Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a request to reverse a lower court’s halting of signature gathering for a ballot measure, saying the district court could bring a faster resolution to the case.
Over the last week Montana has averaged 1,343 new COVID cases per day, the highest daily average since the pandemic began.
Bail was set at $1 million Tuesday for a Three Forks man charged with killing two brothers during a weekend fight.
A dispute over access in the Crazy Mountains was argued in a Billings federal court on Tuesday.
Sixty-five percent of inmates at Montana State Prison have a substance use disorder, Department of Corrections officials told lawmakers Tuesday.
“While Montana’s desire to promote discourse in response to negative campaign advertisements is laudable, the First Amendment cannot be so easily overcome,” the judge wrote.