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A woman was injured on Sunday by a wild horse at Wild Horse Island State Park. The island is on Flathead Lake, east of Big Arm State Park.
Another round of showers and thunderstorms is expected this afternoon and evening across western Montana.
Jordan Johnson, one of the key players to the University of Montana football program’s past and most recent successful seasons, is returning in 2014, which will be his third year as a starter.
A Missoula neighborhood returned to normal Tuesday night after a pipe bomb was found in a garage not far from Splash Montana and Playfair Park.
MONTANA CITY – Republican U.S. Rep. Steve Daines of Montana said Tuesday the Democrats’ recent switch in Senate candidates won’t change how he campaigns for the seat in the Nov. 4 election.
Pleasant, summer like conditions will stick around through Wednesday.
HELENA – Montana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.6 percent in July.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. – A young girl has died after falling about 550 feet while hiking in Yellowstone National Park.
BOZEMAN – Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Amanda Curtis won’t be able to jump-start her campaign using money left in Sen. John Walsh’s bank account from his defunct campaign.
HELENA – Gov. Steve Bullock and Lt. Gov. Angela McLean are traveling the state this week to promote the work being done on an economic development plan the Democratic governor released this year.
Just one day has passed since she was picked to take on Steve Daines for the United States Senate, but already Republicans are taking shots at new Democratic candidate Amanda Curtis.
FERGUSON, MO - Things in Ferguson have gotten so unruly that Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has called National Guard troops to the St. Louis suburb.
Look for a beautiful Monday with mostly clear skies and highs in the 80s.
There's been a recent upsurge in violence within the transient communities near the Kim Williams Trail and underneath the Reserve Street Bridge.
The body of a 22-year-old Georgia man who went missing a week ago while tubing in Yellowstone National Park has been recovered.
A new U.S. Geological Survey report indicates a slightly greater earthquake hazard in the Greater Yellowstone region of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho than previously thought, a geophysicist says.
An audit determined that nearly $3,000 had been misappropriated under former Montana State University-Northern head football coach Mark Samson.
A section of a popular wilderness road in the Bitterroot National Forest has been closed by multiple washouts.
Low pressure will continue to bring a few showers and thunderstorms Saturday night mainly along and north of I-90.
Activists from all over Missoula gathered in downtown Missoula to protest coal exports, with the Blue Skies Campaign organizing what they called an act of nonviolent civil disobedience.
Montana Democrats on Saturday selected a little-known state lawmaker named Amanda Curtis as their candidate for U.S. Senate after Sen. John Walsh dropped out amid plagiarism allegations from his time at the U.S. Army War College.
At least two candidates will be throwing their hats into the ring to be Montana's next senator.
On Thursday, Robin Williams' widow revealed that the late comedian had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease shortly before he took his life earlier this week.
The skies cleared up late Friday, but around 4:30 p.m. it was raining cats and dogs as a powerful thunderstorm roared over Missoula.
Our slow-moving system across the Pacific Northwest continues to throw moist and unstable air at us from the southwest! Friday, the severe threat has shifted to areas east of the Divide (where a Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 8 p.m.), but we could still very well see a few stronger thunderstorms from time to time during the late afternoon/evening hours.
A U.S. Army War College spokeswoman says no information will be released about an investigation into plagiarism allegations against Sen. John Walsh until the process is complete.
Officials say the number of wildfires in Montana this year is about average, but the number of acres burned is well below the norm.
Authorities have confirmed that a Creston toddler accidently drowned when she fell in a mop bucket in her home.
National Park Service officials say this July was the busiest that Glacier National Park has ever seen.
This weekend you’re going to be the curator of your own performance art festival. You may not have realized it before, but up until now someone else has been, for very practical reasons, deciding what you are going to enjoy. Every festival, concert lineup, theater season, and event you’ve been to has been organized in a way to bring you what someone else assumes you’re going to like.
Local law enforcement and fire officials are working on a plan to address some of the complex issues raised when Missoula's homeless and transient populations are involved in violent crime.
Caras Park has been called the jewel in Missoula's crown - but some are wondering whether the crown's fit is a tad too tight.
Cool and showery weather in the forecast for Friday with the highs only reaching the mid to upper 70s and possibly a few low 80s.
HAVRE — Mark Samson has resigned as the Montana State University-Northern head football coach after being placed on administrative leave for an undisclosed personnel issue, university officials said.
SEATTLE — Brock Coyle isn’t likely to be a starter in the NFL anytime soon. But he’s getting every chance to earn a spot on the Seattle Seahawks roster.
Wayne Tinkle, new Oregon State basketball coach, tells what he will miss about Missoula after 18 years | OregonLive.comAugust 14, 2014
Wayne Tinkle will miss Missoula after living there 18 years and serving as men's basketball coach at the University of Montana since 2006. Tinkle was hired in May as coach for the Oregon State University men's basketball team.
Beset by plagiarism allegations and ranking last in Senate seniority, U.S. Sen. John Walsh said Wednesday he retains hope of advancing legislation through Congress before his brief tenure in Washington ends.
Montana's U.S. House candidates outline positions on veterans issues | Missoula Local News - NBCMontana.comAugust 14, 2014
In a political season where all eyes are drawn to Montana's headline-grabbing Senate race, candidates for the state's only seat in the House of Representatives are maneuvering for voter recognition that will set them apart. This week Ryan Zinke and John Lewis set out to do just that.
Veterans from the Great Falls area say Veterans' Affairs staff in Montana is overworked and more options are needed for patients living in rural areas.
The Montana Community Development Corporation has received a $1 million investment from the USDA through the Intermediary Relending Program.