Gov. Greg Gianforte touted the benefits of drug treatment courts during the First Judicial District Drug Treatment Court graduation on Tuesday in Helena.
A Montana judge has entered a $1.76 million judgement against two now-defunct corporations that were found to have made illegal contributions to more than a dozen Republican candidates seeking public office a decade ago.
Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton certified the November general election ballot late Thursday night, with an asterisk noting that he was prohibited from including the Green Party after an order from the state Supreme Court.
Secretary of State Corey Stapleton said he will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a decision removing the Green Party from the ballot.
Treatment courts have seen success in Montana but faced significant struggles during the coronavirus pandemic, Lewis and Clark County officials told U.S. Sen. Steve Daines on Friday.
Two last-minute efforts trying to get the Green Party back on the November ballot are playing out in Helena, after a District Court judge on Friday removed the party, citing missteps by the Secretary of State.
Former Helena police officer Tyler Wood audibly sobbed as he read his prepared statement Thursday morning, after pleading guilty to felony theft and before receiving a deferred three-year prison sentence.
The former chief of law enforcement for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has lost a second court case appealing his 2017 reassignment to the position of investigator.
A disputed bison bill will not become law after Gov. Steve Bullock and Secretary of State Corey Stapleton agreed to end a lawsuit filed over the legislation.
A constitutional dispute between Montana's Democratic governor and Republican secretary of state escalated on Friday when a judge issued a temporary restraining order blocking Secretary of State Corey Stapleton from enrolling into state law a bison bill that Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed in April.
Joey Wohlers stands up behind the podium in Judge James Reynolds' court, dressed in a collared shirt, his hair slicked to the side. He’s been sober for nearly two years after a long battle with drinking, drugs and nightmares. It's a cold Monday in February, snow is falling outside the third-floor window obscuring Mount Helena, and Wohlers is about to be released from the legal system for the first time in a long, long while.
A Helena district judge called the sexual abuse of three children by a Helena man “unforgivable,” before sentencing him to 100 years in the Montana State Prison on Thursday.
The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a state judge's decision to remove Montana Green Party candidates from the November ballot.
Montana's Democratic Party is asking a state judge to stand by his decision to disqualify Montana Green Party candidates from the general election ballot while the ruling is being appealed to the state Supreme Court.
The Montana Health Care Association said Tuesday that state health officials are defying a court order by once again cutting the reimbursement rates paid to nursing homes and assisted-living facilities that care for Medicaid patients.
HELENA — The state is appealing a judge's order to remove Montana Green Party candidates from the November ballot because they did not gather enough signatures to qualify.
Secretary of State Corey Stapleton said Wednesday he will appeal to the state Supreme Court a Helena District Court judge's order to remove the Montana Green Party's candidates from the ballot this fall.
A Helena judge is ordering the Montana Green Party removed from the ballot this fall, saying the group did not submit enough valid signatures to qualify.
Montana health department officials on Wednesday asked a judge to lift his order that is preventing them from imposing lower Medicaid reimbursement rates on nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.
A district court judge has reversed a Montana Board of Medical Examiners decision to suspend the license of a Helena doctor.
A former state lawmaker has paid a $70,000 penalty for violating campaign finance laws.
BOZEMAN — A judge in Montana has ruled a university should have preserved emails involving a conductor accused of coercing a student into having sex.
A judge has sanctioned the state of Montana over its delay in complying with a court demand to turn over documents that could reveal if there was manipulation of an expert witness in a case that halted lethal injections.