An attorney for the Montana commissioner of political practices says a state lawmaker received thousands of dollars' worth of services from corporations that he never reported for his 2010 election campaign.
A settlement of a lawsuit involving a Montana wind farm and protections for hawks and eagles has been reached.
A Gallatin County prosecutor is appealing a Justice Court ruling that found Montana's law on domestic violence arrests discriminates against men.
Prosecutors have charged a man with criminal endangerment in the death of a woman in Great Falls. The Great Falls Tribune reports investigators say Roy Edward Scott told them he and Stephanie Wells had been drinking at a bar and got into a fight after they returned home early Saturday.
Wolves have been blamed for the deaths of two yearling heifers on a ranch near the southern Montana town of Absarokee, prompting state wildlife officials to set snares near the cattle carcasses.
A Missoula-based foundation has teamed up with two New Mexico state agencies to provide hunter access to 81 square miles of public and state trust land in that state.