The plaintiffs who won a preliminary injunction blocking a new law governing how birth certificates are updated say the state is not complying with the judge's order.
Jordan "J.D." Hall claimed the inebriation noted by the officer in the arrest report was due to a "documented vitamin D deficiency."
Lake County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man suspected of murdering a woman on Friday, three days after the victim's body was found near Polson.
The ruling could put Montana’s first utility-scale battery project in jeopardy.
Austin Knudsen also asked the Montana Supreme Court justices to recuse themselves from hearing a case that could decide the future route for their re-elections.
Montana State University Billings, Great Falls College, Helena College and Dawson Community College in Glendive were approved as the first institutions in the state to participate in the Second Chance Pell Experimental Sites Initiative.
The lack of any meaningful progress over much of the last decade led Attorney General Austin Knudsen to earlier this year withdraw his office’s consent to the preliminary injunction.
A Montana State Hospital patient has been charged with two felonies for an alleged attack that left a woman with multiple brain bleeds and facial contusions.
The case involved a constitutional initiative to cap property taxes and a new state law that adds steps to the initiative process.
A Helena judge is expected to rule soon on what was initially a temporary block on a law to require parental consent for Montana minors seeking abortions.
Hardin and Big Horn County officials have reached a stalemate over operations for the recently formed Hardin Police Department.
The case stands before the backdrop of the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous people in Montana, which has spotlighted jurisdictional issues of law enforcement in Indian Country.
The Attorney General's Office said in the press release if the policy was rescinded, the U.S. would see a "devastating" influx of illegal border crossings.
At the time, the board’s legal counsel warned that a vote hadn’t been publicly noticed and that moving ahead with it was “a very dangerous path to take.”
A Philipsburg woman accused of lying about her living arrangements and assets in order to receive more Social Security Administration benefits and other federal aid than she was entitled to receive admitted to charges Wednesday, U.S. Attorney Leif Johnson said.
Chief Justice Mike McGrath of the Montana Supreme Court notified the governor on March 11 that Judge Jon Oldenburg will retire July 2.
A judge ruled late last week that DEQ erred in its issuance of a mine operating permit for the Black Butte Copper Project near White Sulphur Springs.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality failed to properly review plans and impacts of a proposed copper mine on a tributary to the Smith River, Montana District Court Judge Katherine Bidegaray has ruled.
A watchdog group called on the Montana Department of Corrections to investigate Kelly Chambers' ties to a white nationalist organization.
Through mid-March, troopers had seized 12,079 fentanyl pills, which is three times the 2021 total of 3,800 tablets, according to the release.
Judge Michael Moses on Wednesday issued a preliminary injunction blocking Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen from enforcing the new laws. Jacobsen said she'd "immediately appeal" the decision.
A wind energy company was sentenced to probation and ordered to pay more than $8 million in fines and restitution after at least 150 eagles were killed over the past decade at its wind farms in eight states.
Church schools are likely to feature prominently in a report from the U.S. Department of the Interior, led by the first-ever Native American cabinet secretary, Deb Haaland, due to be released later this month.
No Green Party candidates registered for either of Montana’s U.S. House races by the March 14 filing deadline this year, but two candidates are competing in state legislative races.
The state transportation department has settled with a now-shuttered Butte construction company for half a million dollars after the company said its business was blackballed on the state website.