- Man dies after train hits vehicle west of Bozeman Updated: Oct-06-15 3:54 pm
BOZEMAN, Montana - Authorities say a 70-year-old man has died after a train struck his vehicle at a railroad crossing west of Bozeman.
- 4 killed in 2 northeastern Montana crashes Updated: Sep-30-15 5:30 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - Four people have died in two crashes about 20 miles apart on U.S. Highway 2 in northeastern Montana.
- Victims in wrong-way fatal crash identified Updated: Sep-30-15 10:22 am
BUTTE, Montana - Officials have released the names of a Montana woman and a California man who were killed in a head-on crash on Interstate 90 in southwestern Montana.
- Governors: Make species delisting process more predictable Updated: Sep-29-15 6:39 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The process of removing Endangered Species Act protections from recovered species should be made more straightforward and predictable not only for the benefit of business but of animals and plants still imperiled, two governors told federal lawmakers Tuesday.
- Motorcyclist killed, struck by vehicle after crash Updated: Sep-29-15 10:55 am
KALISPELL, Montana - A motorcyclist was struck and killed in a chain-reaction crash west of Kalispell.
- Former Montana Chief Justice Jean Turnage dies at 89 Updated: Sep-28-15 4:13 pm
POLSON, Montana - Funeral services are scheduled Thursday for Jean A. Turnage, a former chief justice of the Montana Supreme Court.
- Montana Highway Patrol to hire 10 new workers Updated: Sep-26-15 6:55 am
HELENA, Montana - The Montana Highway Patrol is looking to hire 10 new troopers who would begin training in April.
- Montana lawmakers assess underfunded, aging police academy Updated: Sep-25-15 6:54 pm
HELENA, Montana - Lawmakers are rethinking the financing of Montana's century-old police academy.
- Washington state man dies in rollover crash in Montana Updated: Sep-24-15 5:29 pm
BUTTE, Montana - A 44-year-old man died in a rollover crash on the Interstate 90-15 interchange about 5 miles west of Butte.
- Brad Johnson announces candidacy for governor Updated: Sep-23-15 2:05 pm
HELENA, Montana - Montana Public Service Commission Chairman Brad Johnson announced Wednesday that he will attempt to unseat incumbent Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock in 2016.
- UM law school graduates having tougher time passing bar Updated: Sep-20-15 1:19 pm
MISSOULA, Montana - University of Montana law professors are concerned about the drop in the number of UM graduates who pass the Montana bar exam over the last two years.
- 34 lawmakers sign letter supporting Obama emissions cuts Updated: Sep-17-15 6:56 pm
HELENA, Montana - Thirty-four Montana lawmakers have sent a letter to Gov. Steve Bullock saying they support President Barack Obama's plan to cut power plant emissions over the next 15 years.
- Innocence Project takes on woman's fatal hit-and-run case Updated: Sep-17-15 2:14 pm
HELENA, Montana - The Montana Innocence Project has asked a state judge to re-open the case of a Stevensville woman who is serving a 40-year sentence for the hit-and-run death of a pedestrian, saying new evidence shows that she could not have committed the crime.
- Funeral home identifies victims of weekend crash Updated: Sep-14-15 11:12 am
HELENA, Montana - A funeral home has identified the three Townsend teens who died in a weekend crash near Fort Benton.
- 3 killed in Montana pickup-truck head-on crash Updated: Sep-12-15 6:55 pm
FORT BENTON, Montana - Three people have died and two others have been injured in a head-on collision between a pickup truck and a semitrailer in north-central Montana.
- Montana, Washington state lawmakers to discuss coal plant Updated: Sep-11-15 5:47 pm
HELENA, Montana - Montana and Washington state lawmakers will meet this fall about the possibility of weaning Washington off of Montana coal.
- Correction: Environmental Quality story Updated: Sep-11-15 12:38 pm
HELENA, Montana - In a story Sept. 9 about road closures in Montana, The Associated Press reported erroneously the amount of federally controlled roads in Montana that are closed to vehicles. According to state researchers, the closed roads total more than 9,000 miles, not at least 1,000 miles.