A wanted suspect led Montana law enforcement on a chase around the Whitefish area Tuesday evening.
One pedestrian collision near St. Ignatius left a Polson woman dead on Friday, and officials have released the name of a second woman who was killed on Highway 2 on Jan. 9.
An 85-year-old Clancy man whose body was found Sunday near a roadway in Montana City died from hypothermia and injuries he received in a fall, authorities said Monday.
The woman, 33, was struck by a car traveling eastbound on U.S. Highway 2 near Martin City.
Law enforcement agencies around Montana say following a generation of medical marijuana, they’re prepared for cannabis-centered interactions with the public.
Speed is killing drivers on Montana’s roads.
A woman is dead and a man is in the hospital after a rollover crash in Sweet Grass County on Interstate 90 early Tuesday morning.
The married couple killed Monday in Valley County when a train struck their pickup truck at a railroad crossing have been identified.
The driver was wearing a seat belt, and the road conditions were bare and dry, the report said. There was no suspected use of drugs or alcohol.
AAA predicts 53.4 million people in the U.S. will hit the road — and ride the skies — this Thanksgiving holiday, up 13% from 2020 and the single-biggest year increase since 2005.
The report also identified Public Service Commissioner Jennifer Fielder as the third official involved.
A child was killed and three others injured in a wreck near Glendive.
Bertsch, 30, of Arlee, pleaded guilty in June 2020 to one count of deliberate homicide and three counts of attempted deliberate homicide.
Three men from Laurel were killed Monday after the sport utility vehicle they were in made a U-turn on Interstate 90 in Billings and pulled into the path of a semitractor-trailer, the Montana Highway Patrol said.
Two separate crashes in western Montana on Tuesday left two people dead and one child injured.
The House Speaker and Senate President of the Montana Legislature on Monday set in motion an investigation into the state Attorney General's dispute with St. Peter's Health in Helena.
The question of jurisdiction stems from an incident in which the hospital said its doctors were threatened and harassed by three public officials.
The 7-0 opinion found law enforcement's seizure of the Vietnamese man "unconstitutional," and reversed his conviction, which led to a 15-year state prison sentence in 2019.
The Montana Supreme Court has greenlighted the trial for a Missoula truck driver who was charged with negligent homicide in connection with a fatal crash in Lewis and Clark County.
A Missoula man lost his life after being struck by a vehicle early Tuesday on Interstate 15 near Rocker in Butte.