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.
The Cascade County jail was the site of a drug smuggling operation in 2019, according to a former inmate who admitted charges in federal court this week.
Bounty hunters illegally stormed Eugene Mitchell's Lolo home in 2017 after he missed a court date.
A former Signal Peak mine executive indicted on cocaine charges is now accused of twice covering up worker injuries that sent employees to the hospital.
A general contractor in Montana has been indicted on charges he applied for federal coronavirus relief funding to cover restitution and costs tied to an ongoing criminal case.
Both the state Supreme Court and U.S. District Court in Helena issued orders Wednesday that the Green Party will remain off the ballot in Montana for this election.
A woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to defrauding an irrigation board, which represented approximately 2,400 irrigators in the Flathead, Mission and Jocko Valleys, of $221,222 in her time as the board's only staff member.
He’s been called a biased, overreaching judge by critics in the oil and gas industry and President Donald Trump tagged one of his rulings halting construction on the Keystone XL pipeline as “a disgrace” made for political reasons.
Federal prosecutors in New York say a Billings man awaiting sentencing on a $43 million fraud scheme has violated his release conditions by making more misrepresentations to financial backers in pursuit of a gold deal.
A Florida woman was sentenced to probation on Friday for attempting to drive three people from Montana back to Florida, although the three had entered the U.S. illegally.
A California man on Thursday pleaded guilty to a years-long attempt to blackmail Whitefish venture capitalist Michael Goguen.
The Friends of the Bitterroot filed a request Friday for a preliminary injunction on a proposed timber sale east of Darby.
A federal judge in Missoula has dismissed a lawsuit that targeted the Colstrip power plant.
A 55-year-old Big Arm man was arrested Friday on suspicion of sending child pornography to an undercover FBI agent.
Both men were part of a group of 19 people arrested in Glacier County late at night on Nov. 17 after a tip by a Cut Bank hotel employee led investigators to believe people were entering the country illegally from Canada.
Prosecutors have named a third defendant in a travel fraud scheme they charged against members of an organization dedicated to fighting violence against Native women in Montana.
A Billings bank employee was ordered to prison Thursday for nearly five years after draining money from a mentally incompetent man’s account for personal use.
A school basketball coach in Box Elder is accused of having sex with a minor.
When the new federal courthouse in Billings was getting its finishing touches in 2012, officials with the General Services Administration approached soon-to-retire U.S. District Judge Jack Shanstrom, telling him he had a courtroom to name.
Prison guards at Crossroads Correctional Center near Shelby found pro-ISIS notes in the cell of a 21-year-old man awaiting sentencing for lying to the FBI, according to court documents.