Volunteer shovel brigade clears snowy path to help migrating Yellowstone bison
Nearly five feet of snow fell this winter in West Yellowstone, resulting in giant berms created by snowplows along Highway 191, according to the Buffalo Field Campaign.
FAA says airspace in Montana reopened after 'Department of Defense activities'
The airspace closed down was in the area around Havre, Montana not far from the U.S. border with Canada.
Chinese balloon: Montana man describes 'surreal' experience capturing spectacle on camera
“I’m a little bit disturbed that the surveillance balloon — if that is, in fact, what it was — made it this far into our country and was hovering over my hometown” Chase Doak told LiveNOW from FOX.
Federal judge says vaccine choice doesn't outweigh safety requirements in medical settings
US. District Court Judge Donald Molloy on Friday permanently blocked a section of a law that said it was discriminatory for most employers to require workers to be vaccinated against communicable diseases.
Grizzly bear returns, kills woman after she scared him off an hour earlier
Bear attacks are rare, but a woman camping in Montana scared a bear off only for it to come back to her tent and kill her.
Father, young daughter killed in Montana when man drove truck into family, fired shotgun
Police say the little girl was being held by her mother when she was killed -- and that the attack ended when the mother's sister-in-law managed to kill the suspect.
6 dead, including 2 kids, after dust storm caused pileup on Montana highway
Twenty-one vehicles crashed and Montana Highway Patrol said authorities believe the weather is to blame.
Montana rejects new library logo over similarity to pride flag
The commission that oversees the Montana State Library has rejected a proposed new logo after a member said the main feature brought to mind a rainbow LGBTQ pride flag.
Gavin Newsom vacations in Montana despite California banning official travel to state
The governor's office confirmed that Newsom is vacationing in the Big Sky State, which Golden State Attorney General Rob Bonta added to the list of states California officials are banned from traveling to under state law.
Yellowstone National Park to partly reopen after catastrophic flooding
Visitors had been flocking to Yellowstone during its 150th anniversary celebration amid the catastrophic flooding last week.
Denver man rescued by helicopter after being stranded by Yellowstone floodwaters
Jacob Showers and his girlfriend were trail-running in the backcountry when the area began to flood and wash away.
Scope of catastrophic damage along Yellowstone River emerges as historic floodwaters recede
Montana National Guard says troops have rescued 87 people from floodwaters.
Teen with Down syndrome allowed to stay in school longer to graduate despite age
Emily Pennington, 18, desperately wanted to graduate with her class next year, but the school board wouldn’t take up her case until her parents and the community kept rallying behind her.
900 bison at Yellowstone to be shot, slaughtered or quarantined in deal in reduce herd
An additional 200 bison among the park’s more than 5,000 bison could be captured or hunted in the late winter if those numbers are met, federal, tribal and state officials agreed in a meeting Wednesday.
'Milestone': 1st woman graduates from US Army sniper school
The first female has graduated from the U.S. Army's sniper course, which trains to deliver long-range precision fire and collect battlefield information.
‘First responders are amazing’: Firefighter reads to girl who survived car crash
Firefighter Ryan Benton read a book to a little girl to help take her mind off of the car crash she had just survived.
Body of missing Virginia woman found in 'steep and rocky area' at Glacier National Park
Jennifer Coleman, a 34-year-old who was reported missing last week at Glacier National Park, has been found dead, officials said.
Ex-police chief pleads guilty to assaulting father accused of trying to drown baby
The father walked into the police station and said he tried to drown his 6-month-old daughter in a pond. The police chief rushed into the icy water to rescue the unconscious baby and worked to revive her. He then went back to the police station, threw the handcuffed father to the ground, punched him in the face and told him, "You deserve to die."
Homophobia a motive for Montana man accused of firing into home, DOJ says
John Russell Howald, 44, is accused of a hate crime for allegedly firing into a person’s home saying he wanted to “get rid of the lesbians [and] gays,” according to DOJ officials.
Montana 6-month-old abducted by bipolar dad off his medication: authorities
Authorities are searching Sunday for an infant they say was abducted from Montana by his father, who is bipolar and off his medications.