The Senate voted 28-22 Wednesday to reconsider its actions in killing the Senate Bill 398 the day prior.
The Antarctic ozone hole this year measured as one of the largest. But the treaty banning emissions of ozone-depleting chemicals is having a good impact.
BOZEMAN — Authorities say a home in southern Montana was evacuated after a can of bear spray exploded in a warming oven.
— Share the facts. E-cigarettes and vapes reduce exposure to some of the harmful chemicals of tobacco cigarettes, but no one really knows the impact of these products on kids’ health. And studies show they contain formaldehyde.
As vaping-related illnesses increase and deaths reported, an inhalation toxicologist explains why comparing the dangers of vaping to the dangers from cigarettes doesn't make sense.
If you’ve ever tackled a massive clog in your kitchen or shower drain with a commercial drain cleaner, you know just how noxious the fumes from chemical clog removers can smell—and they aren’t always safe for old pipes either. If you’re looking for an eco-friendly alternative, try this natural drain cleaner and odor eliminator from Bioda.
Choosing a safe but effective sunscreen is becoming a pain in the brain.
"This tastes like straight up chemicals mixed with dirty water," one taster wrote about Walden Farms, the last-place finisher.
It took just one day of use for several common sunscreen ingredients to enter the bloodstream, a study says. But experts say you shouldn't stop using sunscreen: "The sun is the real enemy here."
After spending so much time inside during the winter, your home might be felling a little dusty or cluttered. It’s time for a thorough spring cleaning. But if you want to avoid wasteful paper products and harmful chemicals while still achieving that sparkling clean, here are 4 tips for an eco-friendly cleaning weekend.
A look at what PFASs are and whether you should be concerned about them.
Montana’s oil and gas drilling companies will soon have to disclose more about the chemicals they use to crack the earth, though as new rules are written, environmentalists and landowners say not enough public notice is being prescribed.
A Missoula woman last week pleaded guilty to causing a head-on collision in the Miller Creek area earlier this year.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 10:20 a.m. Friday with the following correction: The worker at Norris Lab tested to have blood lead levels below 20 micrograms of lead per deciliter of blood, not above.