Chad Daybell made his first appearance in Idaho court Wednesday on three murder charges in connection with the deaths of his late wife and his…
"This is a good start to criminal justice reform in the sense of meaningful and uniform sentencing," Rep. Jimmy Patelis, R-Billings, said.
The rollback follows new guidance from public health authorities, the availability of vaccines and new state and federal public health recommendations, McGrath wrote.
A Great Falls man has pleaded not guilty to the May 14 shooting death of a man who was trying to prevent him from driving while intoxicated at a party outside Fairfield, authorities said.
A Montana man who was charged in a cattle rustling scheme has been sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to wire fraud and to selling cattle that were collateral for loans.
A pickup truck belonging to a Great Falls woman who has been missing for nearly three years was found in the Missouri River with a body inside it last week, Cascade County Sheriff Jesse Slaughter said.
Interviews and court records provide a glimpse into the lives of those involved, and how two 20-somethings pulled away from a stable life and wound up at the center of a deadly crime spree.
Key claims by a medical marijuana provider against the state for shuttering the business in 2018 should be dropped due to previous court rulings on the drug, which remains illegal under federal law, the state said Monday.
Authorities on Friday identified the woman found dead in a Billings home early Tuesday morning — a case that is tied to three other deaths in a suspected homicide-suicide.
Two nurse practitioners in Montana have pleaded guilty in a scheme to defraud Medicare by signing off on fraudulent orders for orthotic braces, federal prosecutors said.
A former airman at Malmstrom Air Force Base has pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in the accidental shooting death of a fellow airman in February 2020, Cascade County prosecutors said.
Plain Bull had been facing up to life in prison after he admitted to killing Lenita Goes Ahead in October 2020.
Stanley Isaac Lebeau, who pleaded no contest to deliberate homicide for killing a woman at a Great Falls motel in 2017, faces at least 20 years in prison.
A medical marijuana business with a history of disputes with the city of Billings is suing, saying a police detective engaged in “judicial deception” amid ongoing efforts to shut down the dispensary.
Two Montana brothers who prosecutors say were among the first people to break into the U.S. Capitol in January while the Electoral College vote was being certified were ordered released from custody Wednesday pending trial.
The 1978 law has long been championed by Native American leaders as a means of preserving Native American families and culture.
It was a typical day at the Independent Record 25 years ago today, when the newsroom began getting questions about a Unabomber suspect by the name of Theodore Kaczynski.
The earliest arrest photos of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski came not from major news outlets — but from four University of Montana photojournalists.
A judge in Wyoming has sentenced a man to six months in prison for digging in a Yellowstone National Park cemetery in pursuit of a famous hidden treasure.
Serial killer Joseph Edward Duncan III died in U.S. prison recently, having admitted to slaughtering seven people — including five children — in Idaho, Washington state, Montana and California.
Duncan was convicted of killing four members of an Idaho family in 2005. He kidnapped two children, Dylan and Shasta Groene, and tortured them in Montana before killing the boy.
Three Missoula residents have been arrested in connection with the killings of a married couple found slain last year on a remote stretch of U.S. 395 in the eastern Sierra Nevada, prosecutors said Thursday.
A Montana Women’s Prison guard who was twice passed over for a promotion believes he is being retaliated against for reporting rape allegations against his supervisor.
A jury trial for a Montana man accused of shooting into a crowd outside a bar in Idaho last year has been scheduled for April 28 after being delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.