Two nonprofit conservation advocacy groups filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday to stop a logging and burning project in the Lewis and Clark portion of the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest.
Dozens of Jamaican citizens recruited to work at the Yellowstone Club near Big Sky have reached a settlement over allegations they were discriminated against and paid less than other employees to do the same work.
Bryan Dalpes and Rachel Luger were awarded $3,950 in punitive damages and $1,414.50 in damages and special fees by the Missoula County District Court for the death of their 17-month-old lab mix, Betsy.
The law eliminates the judicial nomination commission and gives Gov. Gianforte direct appointment power of state district court judges and Supreme Court justices upon a vacancy.
A battle between youth and government over climate change could be won before one of two courts: law or public opinion.
A U.S. District Judge in Montana has paused a rushed attempt by the Trump administration to restrict the science used by the EPA to make public health decisions.
Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard has been indicted on charges of sex-trafficking, racketeering and other crimes involving dozens of women, some of them underage, according to federal prosecutors.
Defendants in a class-action lawsuit against St. Peter’s Health regarding the removal of Helena oncologist Tom Weiner have asked the court to dismiss the case, saying the plaintiffs lack legal standing to bring such action.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Republicans' last-gasp bid to reverse Pennsylvania's certification of President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the electoral battleground.
A long-term care facility in Whitefish has been sued for negligence after health officials said "severe noncompliance" allowed COVID-19 to rip through its facility earlier this year.
Few ballots arrive late in Montana, making an extension of the deadline for mail ballots unnecessary, attorneys for the state suggested in trial on Monday.
Jail inmates who are detained for misdemeanors or traffic offenses cannot be strip searched without reasonable suspicion, the Montana Supreme Court ruled this week.
Over the course of a decade and more than 7 million ballots cast in Montana, an elections expert found just one instance of illegal voting, he told a judge Tuesday.
Granting the Trump campaign's request to block a plan to allow Montana counties to conduct all-mail elections in November would "inject chaos into the election," the governor's office said Friday.
A class-action discrimination lawsuit filed in federal court by four people who were arrested for breaking Kenosha's curfew alleges that their rights were inappropriately infringed upon while pro-police demonstrators were allowed to "roam."
The Montana Supreme Court on Monday sided with solar power developers and environmentalists who had accused regulators and the state's largest utility of trying to kill renewable energy projects.
Nothing kinks a pipeline like a judge’s gavel.
The family of a man killed on the Crow Reservation in 2005 has settled their 11-year-old lawsuit against the FBI over its investigation of the death, saying the agreement will allow them to advocate more effectively for justice for Native Americans.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero, a notorious underworld figure who is on the FBI's most wanted list for the murder of a federal agent over three decades ago, said in a legal appeal that he has no money, is too old to work and has no pension.
Ten more men have leveled a lawsuit against the Boy Scouts' Montana chapter alleging sexual abuse as the one-year window for claims outside of the statute-of-limitations closes after Wednesday.
A federal judge on Friday canceled nearly 300 oil and gas leases in Montana because government officials failed to properly study the risks of all that drilling to the environment and water supply.
The one-year window Montana lawmakers opened to give child sex abuse survivors a chance to bring old claims is closing soon, and a flurry of lawsuits is hitting the courts.