The woman's lawyer said her client was not politically motivated, but instead wanted to "ruin" an ex-boyfriend's evening.
A minivan collided with a school bus on Montana Highway 2, killing the minivan’s 52-year-old driver and sending his 35-year-old passenger to St. James Healthcare with injuries.
A jury has awarded $16.6 million to a victim of child abuse after state failed to investigate abuse allegations before the child suffered a traumatic brain injury that led to blindness, developmental delays and seizures.
Three state attorneys general, including Montana’s, argue a Biden administration immigration policy set to go into effect later this month violates federal law.
Gov. Kevin Stitt commuted Jones' sentence to life without the possibility of parole.
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen’s office in August directed the Lewis and Clark County attorney to drop the two misdemeanor conceal-carry charges.
Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder accuses prosecutor Thomas Binger of an improper line of questioning of Kyle Rittenhouse during Rittenhouse's homicide trial. Binger said he thought the door was open to his questions because of previous testimony, but the judge rejected that.
Prosecutors will request a sentence totaling five years in prison and a fine of $15,000.
An April 11 jury trial has been set for a Plentywood man accused of three counts of sexual intercourse without consent against two developmentally disabled women.
Prosecutors allege that on May 8, Dora Sandra Gomez made an anonymous bomb threat to the Frontier Event Center in Dillion, which was hosting a banquet of the Montana Trappers Association.
The 7-0 opinion found law enforcement's seizure of the Vietnamese man "unconstitutional," and reversed his conviction, which led to a 15-year state prison sentence in 2019.
The move came as North American bird numbers have plummeted drastically in recent decades.
A former private-sector seasonal employee who admitted to sexually assaulting another private-sector seasonal worker in Glacier National Park was sentenced today to five years in prison to be followed by five years of supervised release.
A district judge in Yellowstone County Tuesday ordered the director of the Montana State Office of the Public Defender to appear before him in September to answer questions about why her agency is failing to assign public defenders to local cases in a timely manner.
The two men applied for over $1,043,000 in PPP loans last year between April and December. In the applications, the men allegedly made numerous false statements about having paid payroll taxes and having employees.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect that the teen is not a Montana resident.
A Texas man was arrested Sunday as he checked in to a flight departing from Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport and charged with sexual assault of a minor on a flight from Austin to Bozeman on July 8.
Aaron Merritt ran up to Old Faithful multiple times while wearing a raccoon skin hat and waiving an American flag, authorities say.
A Montana man who pleaded guilty to firing into a crowd at a northern Idaho bar last year has been sentenced to up to 15 years in prison.
A Montana woman has been given a six-year deferred prison sentence over striking a 6-year-old girl with her car after the girl got off a school bus near Whitefish in November 2019.
A U.S. bankruptcy judge has upheld court decisions that the state of Montana lacked legal standing to file an involuntary bankruptcy petition nearly a decade ago against Yellowstone Club co-founder Tim Blixseth.
A Montana man has been given a six-month suspended jail sentence for submitting a voter registration application under the name Miguel Raton, a rough Spanish translation of Mickey Mouse.
A body found in a pickup truck that was pulled from the Missouri River in Great Falls last month is that of Tammy Goff, a woman who went missing nearly three years ago.
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that tribal police officers can stop and search non-Indians on tribal lands for potential violations of state or federal law.
The Montana University System’s existing policy prohibits anyone other than law enforcement or contracted security staff from carrying firearms on campus.