Morgan, 39, pleaded not guilty to one count of sexual abuse of children. County prosecutors alleged he tried enticing two people he thought were underage girls into meeting for sex.
Testimony from a former ESPN executive is underscoring the high stakes and corruption that has enveloped the world of soccer. Former ESPN President John Skipper told a U.S. District Court in New York Tuesday that his broadcasting company bid $450 million for U.S. broadcasting rights to the two most recent World Cups, including the recent one in Qatar. Fox reportedly bid $425 million, but won the rights anyway.
Man accused of hate crimes denies targeting lesbians in shooting.
The uncle of a man accused of a hate crime for allegedly firing shots into the Basin home of a lesbian testifies Thursday.
The rancher also engaged in improper conduct when obtaining the loans by misrepresenting the status of collateral used to secure the loans at each institution.
In all, 39 people were convicted and more than $750,000 in fines, restitution and forfeitures have been collected in the yearslong case involving Hidden Hills Outfitters.
The complaint says the student was barred from participating in a sorority’s activities for questioning its use of preferred pronouns when referring to members.
A former Judith Gap teacher will spend the next 78 months in prison after investigators found him possessing and sharing child sex abuse material on the internet.
A former Glendive police officer who previously served time for raping underage girls was sentenced last month to prison for a federal sex crime in Wyoming.
Local and federal authorities have target identity theft in Billings over the past two years, leading to 33 indictments and over $200,000 in ordered restitution.
Two people are facing decades in prison and multi-million dollar fines for trafficking fentanyl into the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, Havre and Great Falls.
The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, names the United States, the Department of the Interior, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and several leading officials within those agencies as plaintiffs. The tribe is claiming the federal government has breached its obligation to keep Northern Cheyenne residents on the reservation safe, and demands that the DOI and BIA fulfill those obligations.
A group of wildlife advocates, hunters and anglers have filed a lawsuit against the federal government, saying the U.S. Forest Service erred in its decision to abandon all 10 “crucial wildlife standards” in a revised forest plan.
Vincent H. Kopacek, 76, of Fredericksburg, Texas, pleaded guilty to an indictment charging him with abusive sexual contact.
Signal Peak Energy will pay a $1 million penalty and serve three years probation for health and safety violations at its coal mine 35 miles north of Billings.
Gas and crude blow up as Gulf sale is canceled
At issue are the five voting districts of the Montana Public Service Commission. The commission districts, last drawn into balance in 2003, violate the one-person, one-vote provision of the 14th Amendment.
Montana U.S. District Judge Susan Watters issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday concerning state enforcement of Colstrip repairs
A suit filed into federal court alleges a massage therapist working at the Rocking J. Ranch was sexually harassed by clients in 2019 and 2020, and the resort failed to respond in a way that mitigated an unsafe work environment for the plaintiff.
Alberto Escareno-Sanchez, 27, of Sunnyside, Washington, pleaded guilty in March to possession with intent to distribute meth. He was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.
Jason Avery Mattson, 30, pleaded guilty on March 30 to second degree murder and to kidnapping.
The order applies to all nine federal court facilities in the state.
A woman charged with misappropriating federal funds in her advocacy work for victims of domestic violence admitted charges on Thursday.
A conservation group has filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Forest Service over what it said was underestimated impacts to grizzly bears…
A 22-year-old Hays man admitted on Monday to driving drunk in 2019 and killing one of his passengers.