Governor Bullock Vetoes Concealed Carry Without Permit
Governor Steve Bullock has vetoed a bill that would have allowed any person eligible to own a firearm to carry a concealed weapon without a permit within city limits.
Bullock Criticizes Lawmakers Over Referendums
Gov. Steve Bullock is criticizing the Republican-led Legislature for moving ahead with six voter referendums, saying they disregard the legislative process.
Missing Democrat Senator Leads to Legislative Standoff – Strategy or Serious Situation?
The Legislature is at a standoff over a missing Democratic senator - with Republicans alleging his absence is a ruse to kill GOP ballot measures.
Montana Judge to Retire After Racist Obama Email Uncovered
Montana's chief federal judge will retire following an inquiry into an email he forwarded that included a racist joke involving President Barack Obama.
Missoula Teen Struck and Killed by Car [Name Released]
Authorities say a distracted driver struck and killed an 18-year-old pedestrian in Missoula.
Cyprus Banks Finally Reopen After 12 Days
There have been long lines of anxious people outside banks in Cyprus today, but no signs of trouble as the banks opened for the first time in nearly two weeks.
North Korea Orders Rocket Prep After US Stealth Bomber Drills In South Korea
North Korea's leader says his rocket forces are ready "to settle accounts with the U.S."
Governor Steve Bullock Signs Sex Offender Bill Into Law
Under a new law, out-of-state sex offenders living in Montana will be required to submit a DNA sample to be included in a state-wide sex offender DNA database.
MSU Employees Begin Voting On Union
Employees will start voting this week on whether to keep Montana State University's faculty union.
Montana Tavern Owners Battling with Beer Brewers
A beer battle is brewing in the Montana Legislature.
Study Says Healthcare Law Will Raise Claim Costs in Montana
A study by an organization of financial risk analysts estimates the new federal health care law will raise medical-claims costs in Montana by more than 20 percent.
Montana Senate Panel Looks at Medical Pot Restrictions
Supporters of a measure that would loosen state medical marijuana laws say many patients are being forced to illegally purchase medical marijuana on the black market.