Posted 8:50 PM 5/16/2013 by MTN News
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials are asking for help from the public for any information about an incident about a month ago when as many as 30 antelope were killed illegally southeast of Billings.
Game warden Nick Taylor said FWP received information that two men trespassed on (More)
Posted 10:09 AM 5/15/2013 by Judy Slate - MTN News
BOZEMAN - The rancher who shot and killed a Yellowstone wolf gives up his permit to shoot a second wolf on his property.
MTN's Judy Slate has been following this story since the wolf was killed. and spoke with rancher Bill Hoppe on Tuesday about his (More)
Posted 5:02 PM 5/14/2013 by MTN News
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - Environmental groups are challenging the actions of state and federal officials as they began hazing bison back into Yellowstone Park.
By herding them the Montana Department of Livestock reports they moved 200 bison yesterday and 55 today. These are bison which (More)
Posted 10:16 AM 5/14/2013 by KAJ News Staff
KALISPELL - The issue of whether or not to allow special events with beer or wine in Kalispell parks will be discussed by the city council at a work session Monday evening.
The current city code allows alcohol sales only at the Hockaday Museum, Conrad Mansion, the Museum at Central School (More)
Posted 11:26 AM 5/12/2013 by KPAX/KAJ Media Center
HAMILTON- Folks heading out to the popular Lake Como area near Darby are being reminded to be on the lookout for machinery and logging trucks on the roads near the lake on weekdays and on weekends.
An area around the boat launch is still closed as a safety measure while the logging (More)