Stockyards have moved 6,000 animals more than they did during the same weeks in 2016.
The Flathead Basin Commission and seaplane pilots’ groups are figuring out how they can perform inspections on the planes.
A northwestern Montana wood products company says it plans to move its operation, increase its production and hire more than 75 new employees by the end of 2019
Wild turkeys are increasingly clashing with their human neighbors as they spread out into urban area
Trump administration moves to reconsider an Obama-era plan to protect the sage grouse, important habitat.
NorthWestern Energy crews are hard at work to restore power to 9,000 northern Montana customers who were put in the dark by a large snowstorm
Republicans on the House Natural Resources Committee are asking the Interior Department to provide documents on use of private charter flights for government business by the past three Interior secretaries
Montana wildlife managers have captured a grizzly bear south of Choteau that had been eating fruit near homes and are looking for a second bear that has been looking for food in the town
A winter storm dropped heavy, wet snow in north-central Montana, closing roads and schools and downing power lines
Government auditors say a northcentral Montana Indian tribe can't adequately account for $3.5 million in primarily federal funds, including money for a corruption-plagued water project that's led to numerous criminal convictions
A winter storm dropped up to 15 inches of snow in north-central Montana and left more than 7,000 customers without power
Two Democratic members of Congress requested the investigation.
Wildlife officials say they euthanized a grizzly bear after more than 10 large calves and a 1,400-pound (635-kilogram) cow were found dead with signs of grizzly depredation
Wildfires have burned more than 13,200 square miles nationwide this year.