The Montana Supreme Court says a University of Montana campus police officer was wrong to continue to detain and question a student suspected of underage drinking without advising her of her right against self-incrimination.
Montana wildlife managers want a 40-percent reduction in the quota for bobcats killed by trappers in the southwestern portion of the state amid signs the population is declining.
A spokesman for the developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline says the company is pleased with yesterday’s decision by the South Dakota Supreme Court to dismiss a legal appeal from opponents fighting the project.
Montana regulators have approved the sale of a Spokane, Washington-based utility that could have implications for the Colstrip coal-fired power plant's future.
National Park Service officials say they bypassed the open bidding process when they awarded a $4 million contract to a Montana construction company to begin rebuilding Glacier National Park's Sperry Chalet.
Leaders from the Blackfeet Nation and U.S. Interior Department today signed documents implementing a $471 million settlement over water rights claims.