According to court documents obtained by The Daily Beast, the two comedians are being accused of grooming a 14-year-old girl and her seven-yea…
Yellowstone County District Court Judge Michael G. Moses is overseeing the case, in which three separate challenges to a trio of election laws have been merged into a marathon trial expected to wrap up by next Friday.
A trial started Monday to decide the constitutionality of several election laws that Montana Republicans enacted last year.
The Supreme Court on Nov. 9 will hear arguments on Brackeen v. Haaland, a case that challenges the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA).
Beyonce's songwriting partners have praised the star's down-to-earth nature following the release of her new album "Renaissance", and a woman who accused Bob Dylan of sexual abuse has dropped her lawsuit against the musician; plus more celeb news.
The plaintiff claims students and teachers at the school discriminated against him for his race, disability, ethnicity and sex through verbal and online bigotry.
Three people who alleged they were badly beaten outside a Virginia City bar in July 2021 have filed a civil lawsuit against the men accused of beating them, the Pioneer Bar and the Heroes and Horses non-profit's ranch west of Virginia City. the plaintiffs seek compensation and damages.
Catherine Cole, Barbara Koostra, Mary-Ann Sontag Bowman and Rhondie Voorhees filed a lawsuit in federal court last August describing a treatment from the university they say is part of a “good ol' boys’ club.”
The ruling could put Montana’s first utility-scale battery project in jeopardy.
"Living one’s life consistently with one’s gender identity includes using identity documents that accurately reflect one’s gender identity," Judge Michael Moses wrote.
Colstrip Power Plant operator and co-owner Talen Energy is reportedly seeking loans for a potential bankruptcy, according to Bloomberg.
Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen is defending four new voting laws in three separate challenges, now consolidated, filed last year.
Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen has offered a panel of federal judges a map correcting the unconstitutional imbalance of the state’s Public Service Commission districts.
A federal judge blocked a motion filed by the University of Montana asking the court to dismiss one of the plaintiff’s claims filed in a Title IX suit.
A dispute over access in the Crazy Mountains was argued in a Billings federal court on Tuesday.
A Biden administration defense of Trump-era coal policies in Montana and Wyoming sparked legal action by environmental groups this week arguing that a court order concerning climate change was being ignored.
Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen says that now isn’t the time to make the state’s Public Service Commission districts right with the U.S. Constitution.
More sexual assault allegations have emerged against a Helena man accused of trying to meet a teenage girl in Missoula, and against Mount Helena Community Church for allegedly allowing the abuse to happen.
It’s been 20 years since Montana’s Public Service Commission districts have been adjusted. Now voters in the rapidly growing western part of the state are suing for changes before the 2022 election.
A jury ordered white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay more than $25 million in damages Tuesday over violence that erupted during the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
In a mixed verdict, a jury awarded more than $25 million in damages Tuesday against white nationalist leaders for violence that erupted during the 2017 Unite the Right rally.
The nearly two dozen defendants includes Richard Spencer, of Whitefish, who coined the term "alt-right" to describe a loosely connected band of white nationalists.
The lawsuit, filed in early August in federal court in Missoula by three former and one current UM employee, accused the university and Montana University System of sex-based discrimination and Title IX violations.