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.
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.
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.
Firefighter Ryan Benton read a book to a little girl to help take her mind off of the car crash she had just survived.
Jennifer Coleman, a 34-year-old who was reported missing last week at Glacier National Park, has been found dead, officials said.
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."
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.
Authorities are searching Sunday for an infant they say was abducted from Montana by his father, who is bipolar and off his medications.
A man in Montana who was initially charged with more than 60 counts of child sex abuse has received a deferred one-year sentence after agreeing to a plea deal, according to reports.
A man who stole dozens of beehives across the West has been arrested in Washington state, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office said. The bees could be worth more than $200,000.
A 12-year-old Montana boy found dead earlier this month allegedly had been beaten by his grandparents and 14-year-old uncle, prosecutors said.
A Montana grandmother worried about her grandchildren playing near a road where cars often zoomed by, so she got creative in an effort to get people to slow down.
A judge in Montana ordered two men who lied about being in the military to fulfill a unique set of requirements before they could be eligible for parole, including writing the names of more than 6,000 Americans killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A Montana man charged on Monday for body-slamming a 13-year-old boy at a rodeo because the teen didn't remove his hat during the national anthem believed he was acting on an order from President Donald Trump, his lawyer said on Wednesday.