A Montana woman dies in a crash near Worland, Wyoming. Wyoming Highway Patrol Sergeant David Wagener says the crash happened just before 6:00p.m. on June 23rd. He says it happened on U.S. Highway 20 about two miles north of Worland. Sergeant Wagener says an SUV driven by a 61-year old from Deer Lodge was going south on U.S. 20 when
In a 5 - 3 ruling the Supreme Court of the United States has struck down a controversial abortion law in Texas. Among some of the issues challenged with the law include forcing abortion clinics to meet the same requirements as walk-in surgical centers and requiring doctors at abortion clinics to have admitting privileges at local hospitals. For more on the ruling
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The U.S. Supreme Court won't hear an appeal challenging a Montana law that limits medical marijuana providers to selling the drug to a maximum of three patients each. The justices let stand a Montana Supreme Court ruling that upheld key provisions of a state law that rolled back much of the 2004 voter-approved initiative legalizing medicinal
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) - The U.S. Forest Service's new fire chief for the region that includes Montana has taken his post just as the fire season is heating up in the West. Ralph Rau was previously the deputy forest supervisor for Idaho's Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest. The Missoulian reports ( http://bit.ly/28ZJJtC ) he became the Forest Service's Region 1 fire
Uncle Sam is quitting the 4th of July parades. He says after walking on stilts for 40 years, it's time for his independence. Northwest Wyoming, and thousands of visitors who go there for the Stampede parades will miss him. Uncle Sam had surgery on both shoulders last winter. He hasn't spent much time on his stilts for months. But this
Archeologists and volunteers are working to uncover the past at the Heart Mountain Japanese Confinement Site in Northwest Wyoming. Thousands of Japanese Americans were imprisoned there during World War II. Digging dirt in the hot sun is probably what Japanese Americans did here more than 70 years ago. Almost 14,000 internees lived here during World War II. They were taken
Women living amidst greenery were 13 percent less likely to die of cancer.
A paraglider got more adventure than he bargained for after he and his canopy collapsed in San Bernardino in a caught-on-camera moment.