During a League of Women Voters of the Helena Area webinar on Montana's Constitution hitting the half-century mark, speakers warned listeners that the state’s voting rights are under attack.
Two former Montana governors and three retired state Supreme Court justices are among a long list of attorneys urging the U.S. Senate to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme court.
Martha Williams, the former director of Montana’s state wildlife agency, was formally sworn in Tuesday and director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
State lawmakers meet Friday to ferret out potential solutions to correct the dangerous conditions at the state hospital, some of which were mirrored in an independent review of the facility's geriatric wing in 2020.
Kathy Ann Hendrickson, also known as Kathy Thorberg, 60, of Walla Walla, Washington, was found guilty of one count of cyber stalking in a three-day jury trial.
Steve Bullock and Neil Kornze are two of the first four board members of a new nonprofit foundation created to help leverage public and private funds to conserve, protect and restore land managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
It was late 2013 when then-Montana Gov. Steve Bullock said he received a call from then-U.S. Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid to weigh in on who Bullock should appoint to replace Democratic Sen. Max Baucus, who would soon be named ambassador to China.
Martha Williams, former director of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, has received the support of both of Montana’s senators.
“Across the country and in Montana we’re seeing new cases and hospitalizations rise because of the delta variant. The Delta variant is serious,” Gov. Greg Gianforte said.
Another legal challenge has been filed over a new law that eliminates the Judicial Nomination Commission and allows Montana's governor to directly fill judicial vacancies between elections.
Tracy Stone-Manning is the leader the Bureau of Land Management needs to steward our public lands for current and future generations. She has …
A U.S. bankruptcy judge has upheld court decisions that the state of Montana lacked legal standing to file an involuntary bankruptcy petition nearly a decade ago against Yellowstone Club co-founder Tim Blixseth.
Montana’s two senators took different approaches with Tracy Stone-Manning during her confirmation hearing to become director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday.
The applicants include Michele Reinhart Levine, who was appointed to the vacancy under the last administration but rejected by the state Senate in April.
A bill requiring the Montana Legislature to approve any state of emergency that lasts longer than 45 days, while limiting the governor's powers during those events, has been signed into law.
Montana Supreme Court Justice Jim Rice was the only justice last month to file a court challenge against a legislative subpoena seeking his communications.
House Bill 429 requires a majority of lawmakers in both the House and Senate to approve of any emergency suspensions of the election laws in the state.
The changes were the result of an amendatory veto issued by Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte earlier in the day.
The last day of the state Legislature proved a rollercoaster day for Lewis and Clark County District Court Judge Chris Abbott.
“I would like our issues to transcend politics, because I think they apply to everyone," said Martha Williams, principal deputy director at U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Gallatin County District Court Judge Peter Ohman was confirmed 50-0 by the Senate.