Lockwood residents are concerned about heavy traffic being detoured through residential neighborhoods to make way for ongoing city construction. Jerry Valentine wants drivers to slow down as they made their way through Sadle Lane, home to Valentine's family and no less than 50 children at play. To encourage this speed reduction, Valentine placed a 'thank you for slowing down sign'
One man is dead after a house fire Thursday afternoon. Deputy Fire Marshal Jaime Fender says the fire started around 1 p.m. in the 22-hundred block of 9th Avenue North. Fender says a space heater in the basement of the home was determined as the cause of the fatal fire and a bedroom in the basement was heavily damaged by the
HAMILTON, Mont. (AP) - A 49-year-old Stevensville man has been charged with kidnapping and assaulting his estranged wife. Kevin Frost was arraigned Thursday in Ravalli County Justice Court, where his bail was set at $500,000. He was not listed on the jail roster Friday. Prosecutors allege that on Tuesday morning Frost, wearing a mask and armed with a stun gun,
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - A Montana jury has ruled against a woman who sought millions of dollars from health care providers that she said failed to diagnose her unborn daughter's cystic fibrosis. Jurors deliberated for about two hours before finding that nurse practitioner Peggy Scanson of Livingston and Dr. William Peters of Bozeman did not depart from the standard of
Montana breweries, taverns and restaurants are teaming up for the "Buy Local Beer" campaign. Craft beer is gaining popularity and demand, so local breweries are teaming up with taverns and restaurants to provide consumers with new tastes and experiences. Breweries are now in more than 30 cities and towns across Montana. What used to be a niche market is now
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A federal judge has denied a request to halt the planned capture and slaughter of bison migrating from Yellowstone National Park. U.S. District Judge Scott Skavdahl on Friday turned down an injunction sought by a wildlife advocate and a journalist who sued to gain access to the slaughter program. Federal and state
World powers agreed to a temporary truce in Syria early Friday, but it was far from clear if the "ambitious" deal will be enforced on the ground.
The "hysterical mother" had heard a "thud" outside, when she rushed out and found him pinned by the steel barbecue pit, authorities said.