About 50,000 gallons of crude oil spilled into the river. Residents in three towns were told not to drink from the tap and instead use water trucked in by the government.
The #FindAMissingPerson hashtag was created to bring awareness to the thousands of people who go missing in the U.S. each year. We challenge you, the internet at large, to help find these 55 missing people.
YES WE KNOW THAT IT IS A PALINDROME THANK YOU.
It was a pricey election, but not necessarily in the obvious places.
National Geographic’s Instagram is a thing of beauty, and it’ll take you on a tour of our planet.
How much would you pay to live on Muggle Lane?
The former Montana governor loves an audience, and for a while, he had one. How Schweitzer for President was built and broken.
Montana Judge G. Todd Baugh said a 14-year-old girl was “as much in control of the situation” as the teacher who raped her. The comments have now earned Baugh a public rebuke and a month without pay.
“I look forward to a future where all Montanans have the opportunity to marry the person they love,” Gov. Steve Bullock said shortly after the suit was filed.
The Montana Supreme Court Wednesday overturned a one-month prison sentence given to former high school teacher Stacey Dean Rambold.
Or just to get an awesome picture of yourself taken to make all of your friends jealous. Pack your bags and say cheese!
Seth Kraft finally got his chance.
Prosecutors in Missoula County allegedly told one woman whose 5-year-old daughter was sexually assaulted, “Boys will be boys.”
Unless you live in California, Seattle actually has more perfect days a year than your city does.
“There’s some bread and some wine up here on the table, feel free to help yourself.”
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It’s the treasure state, yo.
The Montana teacher who raped a 14-year-old student, who later killed herself, was released from jail today. He now walks free after spending just one month in prison.
“Breasts.Proof men can multitask2” reads the image’s caption that was liked by a top-tier Democratic recruit for U.S. Senate. “This was spam,” a Montana Democrat says.
Judge Todd Baugh, who issued the 30-day ruling that angered the internet and sparked protests in Montana, now says the sentence may be illegal. State prosecutors are appealing the ruling.
Protesters gathered in front of a Billings, Montana courthouse Thursday afternoon, where Judge Baugh sentenced a rapist to 30 days in prison. Thousands of people have also signed a petition for the judge’s resignation.
Advocates on both sides of the gun debate see the outgoing Montana Democrat’s vote still in play. “Now that you’re retiring, please put Montana first.”
Just hours after Sen. Max Baucus’s retirement announcement, a progressive group comes out for a pro-gun, pro-Keystone candidate. PCCC calls Schweitzer a “bold progressive populist.”
“What an incredible day for equality and basic dignity,” the state’s only out gay lawmaker says.
“Folks have been trying to pull this language from our statute in Montana since 1991, so this has been a long time coming,” state Rep. Bryce Bennett says. Final vote is expected Wednesday, but the second reading passed Tuesday 64-36.
Life after the inauguration. “He was born to run campaigns.”
Photo snapped at a Montana gas station.
Among the many Americans not doing well in the Obama economy.
Because it’s not every day you see a man riding a horse named Cocaine pulling another man on skis with a rope over a jump. This, ladies and gentlemen, is Skijoring.