The former Butte Central music teacher and band director is charged with providing alcohol to female students at a state basketball tournament in Hamilton earlier this month and sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl.
A 73-year-old man who threatened from behind bars to forcibly take back the western Montana ranch he lost in a 1979 divorce has been sentenced to 75 years in prison for intimidating and stalking its owners.
Montana senators have endorsed the only surviving bill to raise highway speed limits.
A transient has admitted killing a Butte man at a southwestern Montana campground last summer.
A former nominee to the Alaska Board of Fisheries has been charged with misdemeanor wildlife violations in Montana.
Montana senators are considering studying the potential effects of phasing out coal mining in the state.
Federal judicial officials must preserve hundreds of racist and inappropriate emails that prompted Montana’s former chief U.S. district judge to step down, under a Wednesday court order in a case brought by attorneys for American Indians intent on challenging the judge’s past rulings.
Lawmakers have narrowly endorsed a bill to add the chickenpox vaccine to those required for public school students and remove any exemptions to the law.
Washington lawmakers say they want to study the impacts of closing a huge coal-fired power plant in southeastern Montana that provide powers to the Northwest.
A young boy was injured after falling out of a third-story apartment window in Great Falls.