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Nevada Man Arrested By Police For The Murder Of His Girlfriend In Billings, Montana

Police in Montana on Thursday announced the arrest of a man in connection with the seven-month disappearance of his girlfriend. Gregory Scott Green, 53, was arrested in Henderson, Nevada, and charged with deliberate homicide, according to a press release by the Billings Police Department. The missin


New Montana VA director named

Veteran's health care in Montana has a new leader. Judy Hayman is the new director of the VA Montana Healthcare System. She is expected to arrive in Montana within the next two months to assume her duties and leadership of more than 1,200 staff members at 17 different health care facilities.


Montana POST Council helps resolve some Beaverhead County Sheriff's Office issues, continues to investigate another

More light has been shed on the misconduct allegations made to the Montana Public Safety Officer Standards and Training Council against current and former Beaverhead County Sheriff’s Office employees.


Northeastern Montana receives first Red Flag warning of the year

GLASGOW - The National Weather Service issued a Red Flag Warning Friday for Northeastern Montana, meaning there is potential for wildfires in the area. According to NWS, the warning is meant for the Glasgow area due to low humidity and hot temperatures, with winds reaching a speed of up to 40 mph. O


Hi-Line Living - Watching the border in northern Montana

The presence of the U.S. Border Patrol in north-central Montana has changed since the Spokane District established a sub-office in Havre July 31, 1924, and since it became the Havre Sector Headquarters in 1933, but its role is the same - protecting the U.S. border.


Bill signed criminalizing sex between students, staff at teen treatment programs in Montana

Gov. Steve Bullock added a layer of protection for students in alternative residential treatment programs on Thursday when he signed a bill criminalizing sexual relationships between students and staff, regardless of the student’s age.


PBR photographer Andy Watson balances life away from Montana home

BILLINGS — Like many bull riding events, the Professional Bull Riders Billings Invitational features a “shark cage” — a covered area in the center of the arena where photographers and camera people can shoot the rides behind bull-proof bars.


University of Montana makes headway on budget shortfall

The University of Montana has shrunk a $10 million shortfall, and with prudent spending, the flagship may not need to dip as deeply into reserves as planned this fiscal year. Paul Lasiter, vice president of operations and finance, said he projects UM will close out the 2019 fiscal year in better sha


LOOK: Someone in Montana Has a Baby T-Rex on Ebay

If you've ever wanted to have a baby T-Rex, this is your chance. There is someone in Montana that has one available on Ebay. This is a real thing and I've even seen it trending on Drudge. If you go to Ebay, this is what you'll see.


Can Do: How Pat LaPointe Helps Montana's Early-Stage Tech Companies Grow

Today on Can Do: Lessons from Savvy Montana Entrepreneurs, angel funder Pat LaPointe drills into the details of accelerating the growth of early-stage tech companies in Montana, and why it matters.


The largest solar project in Montana could be coming to Dillon

A proposed solar development north of Dillon could bring an estimated $19 million in taxes over 35 years to Beaverhead County and as much as $1.29 million for a period of time to the state trust, according to the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.


Snapshots: Butte High prom royalty named, meet Tech’s new chancellor

Devin Amtmann and William Cunneen were named queen and king of the 2019 Butte High School prom. Amtmann is the daughter of Kelly Amtmann and John Amtmann. Cunneen is the son of Bill and Shelly Cunneen.


Montana FWP Offers $1,000 Reward For Deer Poacher

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks game wardens are searching for information regarding a recent poaching incident on private land. Three white-tailed deer were shot on private land 14 miles south of Alder on Sweetwater Road.


Fitzgerald leaves MSU women, joins Montana Western

University of Montana Western announced the signing of now former Montana State freshman forward Brynley Fitzgerald to an NAIA letter of intent. The Dillon native spent one season as a preferred walk-on with the Bobcats, appearing in 14 games. Fitzgerald totaled 10 points and nine rebounds in 4.4 mi


Belgrade softball dominates at First Pitch Tournament

Class A’s two-time defending state champion could once again be a commanding force. Belgrade dominated both offensively and defensively at its annual First Pitch Tournament en route to an unbeaten performance. The Panthers finished 4-0 in jamboree games and then routed Butte Central in a regulation