Between 1950 and 2015, Montana saw an average 2 to 3 degree Fahrenheit increase in temperature.
The governor's budget director is recommending Montana agencies cut $229 million in spending over the next two years to balance the state's budgets due to declining revenues and higher fire costs
A total of 5 percent of Idaho’s wheat production is purchased by Taiwan.
The Bitterroot National Forest is seeking input on a plan that affects access, logging and prescribed burns in an area near Darby
Wildfire smoke and the danger of new fires have prompted federal wildlife managers to postpone the annual roundup at the National Bison Range in western Montana
The Forest Service and Interior Department have spent more $2.1 billion so far this year fighting fires.
Rain and cooler temperatures forecast for later this week may not end the fire season, but a meteorologist says 'it will put a dent in it.'
Some seed mixes designed to foster habitat for honeybees and other pollinators may be contaminated with Palmer amaranth, WSU researcher says.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved disaster assistance for two wildfires in northwestern Montana
Firefighters across the U.S. West struggled with wind-driven flames, hot temperatures and dry conditions even after the unofficial end to a summer of devastating wildfires