HELENA, Mont. - A bill by U.S. Sen. Jon Tester to expand wilderness and mandate more logging on federal lands in Montana passed its first test Thursday in a Senate committee despite opposition by Republicans who called the measure unbalanced.
HELENA, Mont. - Critics of a Montana judge who handed down a 30-day sentence to a former teacher convicted of raping a student lodged a formal complaint Tuesday asking for his removal from the bench. The complaint alleges that District Judge G.
BILLINGS, Mont. - The U.S. government has spent billions of dollars trying to save more than 1,500 animal and plant species listed as endangered or threatened.
HELENA, Mont. - A wintry storm pushing through the Rockies and Midwest is bringing bitterly cold temperatures and treacherous driving conditions blamed in at least six deaths as it threatens crops as far south as California.
HELENA, Mont. - The attorneys general from three states without sales taxes sent letters to all 435 U.S.
HELENA, Mont. - In the harsh, remote wilds of the Canadian tundra, a wolverine scampers up to a polar bear snoozing near the shore of the Hudson Bay. The bear rises and makes a half-hearted charge, driving away the fierce, badger-like animal.
HELENA, Mont. - A panel of appellate judges on Tuesday upheld a $3.4 billion settlement between the U.S. government and hundreds of thousands of Native American plaintiffs whose land trust royalties were mismanaged by the Interior Department.
...Bowling Green State University in 1985 and holds a master's degree in journalism from University of Missouri. He replaces Matt Volz, who has taken an editing position on AP's national desk in New York. State denied No Child Left Behind flexibility...
...addition built about 12 or 13 years ago, he added. "The addition won't be rebuilt." Living at the house next door, Matt Volz, a reporter for The Associated Press, said the damage was limited to Schmiege's house at the end of the street...
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