The students were killed in what is considered to be "an isolated, targeted attack and there is no imminent threat to the community at large," according to police.
U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen issued a bench warrant for the arrest of Andrew Anglin, founder and operator of The Daily Stormer website.
The Diocese of Helena said Monday it has received an accusation of abuse of a minor in 2001 against Father Kevin Christofferson.
A federal jury convicted a Browning man of sexually abusing two children about 20 years ago.
Two murder-suicides have been reported in Montana in just over 24 hours.
Ricky Louie Woody, 59, of Billings, Montana, was charged earlier this month in the March 1993 death of Melissa Martinez in Huntington.
A federal bankruptcy panel has dismissed an appeal by the Montana Department of Revenue in a lawsuit filed against the state by Yellowstone Club Founder Timothy Blixseth.
A fugitive fleeing law enforcement was shot and killed Wednesday morning by officers after a foot pursuit in Montana.
However, one person trying to update their vital records on Monday was unable to complete the process.
The judge found in all three cases that Montana’s Constitution put decision-making power with the Board of Regents rather than the Legislature.
A Fergus County district court judge has granted the request of hunting and access groups to intervene in opposition to a lawsuit seeking to overturn Montana elk hunting regulations.
A Colorado woman faces numerous felony charges after she was caught allegedly trying to cross the U.S.-Canada border illegally with a person she had kidnapped and assaulted.
Prison employees for months have grown more vocal with their concerns that poor treatment from management is driving workers from their jobs.
Col. Steve Lavin, head of the Montana Highway Patrol, said in a press release troopers had seized 12,079 fentanyl pills as of March 15, up from about 3,800 last year.
Two people are facing decades in prison and multi-million dollar fines for trafficking fentanyl into the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation, Havre and Great Falls.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday ruled that a Montana law barring residents of other states from gathering petition signatures for ballot initiatives violates their First Amendment rights.
The judge also ruled that the state is liable for all compensatory damages, fees and costs for Blixseth if he wins.
GREAT FALLS — A Montana man was sentenced Tuesday to 100 years in prison without the possibility of parole for the November 2019 beating death of his 5-year-old son. The boy's mother and a family friend were also sentenced for their roles in the death of Tony Renova.
The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Montana, names the United States, the Department of the Interior, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and several leading officials within those agencies as plaintiffs. The tribe is claiming the federal government has breached its obligation to keep Northern Cheyenne residents on the reservation safe, and demands that the DOI and BIA fulfill those obligations.
The Glacier County Sheriff's Office released additional details Tuesday on a violent incident in East Glacier Park Village that left two men and an 18-month-old dead and two women critically injured.
Two adult women were flown to a hospital, and their conditions are unknown.
The government is suing Bridger Pipeline for violations of environmental laws in the 2015 spill.
A Montana judge set bail at $1 million for a man accused of using a tracker to follow a woman to a vacation rental apartment where he allegedly stabbed another man to death.
The case centers on the political activities of Ed Butcher, a former Republican state lawmaker who maintains Legistats.