More than a dozen volunteers formed a relay team of drivers, traveling 2,000 miles, to return a stolen dog from West Virginia to his family in Montana.
The two-term governor and former state attorney general said it's become clear that he won't have a shot at being his party's nominee.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say the arrests stemmed from a concerned citizen's tip about suspicious activity.
A little boy’s homemade Big Bird costume is being praised for its detail and cuteness.
Great Falls typically sees about 60 inches of snowfall in the city during an entire snowy season, but 2019 is on track to be a year of shattered records — the city has seen more than 31 inches already, breaking a 35-year-old record, according to the National Weather Service’s Great Falls office.
Authorities evacuated an elementary school in Montana's capital city on Tuesday after officials found what they thought were the remnants of a homemade bomb, but it turned out to be a plastic bottle filled with nuts and bolts left in the schoolyard.
A family said they spotted a young bobcat thrashing in the water while they were fishing.
Temperatures dipped across the Rocky Mountains of Montana on Monday, causing the governor to declare an emergency and call it an “unprecedented winter storm.”
A massive storm is expected to bring record snow and cold unusually early to parts of the Rocky Mountains, where residents were warned to brace for widespread power outages, crop damage and treacherous roadways, meteorologists said Friday.
After quitting her job, a Washington woman’s 57-day search for her missing dog ended in tears of happiness when they were finally reunited in a Montana subdivision.
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 hotel in Montana got a surprise unregistered guest when a young black bear was found sprawled across a bathroom sink in totally nonchalant fashion.
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.