Montana Judge: TikTok ban likely a ‘fundamental constitutional violation’
A federal judge in Missoula has put on a Montana law banning the app TikTok in the state on hold, while a lawsuit challenging the ban goes forward.
District judge dismisses Zephyr’s lawsuit over legislative disciplinary action
A judge in Helena has dismissed state Rep. Zooey Zephyr’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the disciplinary actions legislative Republicans took against her during this year’s session.
Montana outdoor economy grows 14%, 3rd largest nation
The latest numbers show Montana's outdoor economy grew 14% and outdoor recreation accounted for 4.3% of Montana's gross domestic product.
Climate change: Six Montana glaciers reduced to snowfields
Six of Montana's glaciers were recently declassified to snowfields earlier this month, according to a study by Portland State University published in the journal Earth System Science Data.
Montana woman a finalist for ‘CNN Hero of the Year’
Tescha Hawley, the founder of Day Eagle Hope Project, is one of 10 finalists in the annual "CNN Hero Of the Year" competition.
Start of Montana wolf trapping season on hold after federal judge’s ruling
Montana’s trapping season for wolves was set to open on Monday in many areas, but it’s now on hold in much of the state, after a federal judge’s order.
Initial impacts appear after Legislature’s action on housing
Supporters of one measure said they’ve already seen some real estate listings citing the act as a reason a parcel may now be more attractive for development.
Flathead National Forest announces forest supervisor
Anthony Botello is coming from the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in northeast Oregon where he's served as Deputy Forest Supervisor since April of 2020.
Decision brings disappointment to marching bands at Brawl of the Wild
The long-time tradition of the UM and MSU bands performing at the big rivalry big game came to an end as a way to increase the number of tickets available.
Mobile home owners win Montana SupCo case regarding evictions
The Montana Supreme Court recently ruled landlords at mobile home parks cannot terminate month-to-month leases without cause.