Starting July 1, most of Montana's statewide elected officials will be able to carry a little more cash in their pockets, thanks to a state la…
Gallatin County District Court Judge Peter Ohman was confirmed 50-0 by the Senate.
Jeffrey Edward Donovan: 2008 felony driving under the influence, fourth or subsequent offense. Sentenced to five years and 13 months in prison…
In a majority opinion, the Montana Supreme Court has upheld a District Court judge’s ruling that an extension of the Mabee Road in Fergus County is not a public route.
A sentence of probation issued earlier this week by a District Court judge for a man convicted of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl in Lewistown is being criticized by both the Fergus County attorney and Lewistown Police chief.
Rep. Barry Usher said he understood the closed-door meeting policy had been established by his predecessors.
Initially charged with three counts of felony sexual intercourse without consent, Rene Carter entered an Alford plea to the felony charge of criminal endangerment.
Homicide suspect Corey Michael Kelly, 31, of Helena, made his first appearance in court on Monday before Judge Michael Swingley in the Lewis a…
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against St. Peter's Health in Helena over the unexplained absence of oncologist Dr. Tom Weiner.
After pleading guilty and then withdrawing his plea in May, Helena teen Kyle Redstar again pleaded guilty last week to a felony charge of sexu…
A Park County District Court judge’s 2019 decision that halted a Canadian mining firm from exploratory drilling north of Yellowstone National Park was in error and should be reversed.
Another Montana solar project has won a state Supreme Court ruling against NorthWestern Energy and the Montana Public Service Commission, which “chose unlawful methodologies” to render a solar farm near Billings uneconomical.
The mother of a former Seeley-Swan High School student charged with felony sexual assault last week has denied the allegations against her son and said bullying by other students in the school led to incident in January.
Zane Richard Frisbie was sentenced to 60 years in prison for the rape of a Helena group home resident who was deaf, blind and unable to speak.
State attorneys this week urged a District Court judge to reject a group's proposal to gather signatures for a recreational marijuana ballot initiative through electronic means.
A Yellowstone County judge whose misconduct case sparked public input from hundreds of Montanans is being suspended without pay for 30 days.
The Montana Supreme Court has asked judges in municipal and county justice courts to release inmates if possible and conduct hearings virtually as the judiciary ratchets up its part in slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Last week, Montana’s courts began implementing the first precautionary measures aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19.
The Montana Supreme Court has upheld the certification of a class-action lawsuit against the city of Billings over franchise fees charged on residents' water, sewer and garbage bills.
UM and its officials aren't responsible for student-athletes at off-campus house parties, such as the one where a football player knocked out a Missoula man's teeth, a judge ruled.
A Butte man talked himself into a harsher sentence Monday by suggesting his contact with a prior assault victim was a two-way street, a quip that angered District Court Judge Kurt Krueger.