Two Injured in Downtown Bozeman Shooting
Bozeman police responded to an early morning shooting, Thursday, that left two people injured outside of Bar IX.
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Man Accused of Deleting Photos of Young Girl at Bozeman Walmart
On Tuesday, Bozeman police responded to Walmart due to a report of a suspicious person reportedly taking pictures of a young girl.
Man Charged With Child Sex Crime After MSU Incident
After looking at cell phone data history, authorities reportedly found pornographic photos featuring minors engaged in sexual acts.
Funnel Cloud Forms Over Bozeman
A rare scene unfolded in the sky above Bozeman late Sunday afternoon.
Rescued Hyalite Climber Suffers ‘Significant’ Head Injury
On Saturday, June 15, at approximately 6:30 p.m., rescue teams responded to Practice Rock in Hyalite Canyon for an injured climber.
Someone Is Putting Zip Ties on Jaws of Montana Walleyes
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is asking the person responsible for putting plastic zip ties on the jaws of Missouri River walleye to stop.
Crews to Conduct Controlled Burning in Gallatin Canyon
These planned burns are scheduled to begin this coming weekend, starting with the Durnam Meadow area.
Man Charged With Robbery at Bozeman Casino
UPDATE 4/29 9:00 a.m.: 27-year-old Jacob Michael Burritt of Belgrade has been charged with Robbery, Arson, Possession of Explosives and Possession of Dangerous Drugs in connection with an incident that shut down a portion of Bozeman's Main Street, Saturday April 27...
Man Arrested in Bozeman After Allegedly Talking About Terrorism
A man who federal agents say talked about joining ISIS and killing people to avenge last month's shooting at a New Zealand mosque was arrested at a Bozeman gun range.
Gallatin Tops Poll of New High School Names
The school board is expected to take the results into consideration before making a final decision on the name at Monday's meeting.
Tyson Recalls Chicken Strips Possibly Tainted With Metal Pieces
Tyson Foods, Inc., is recalling over 69,000 pounds of frozen chicken strip products that "may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically pieces of metal."