The corrections officer said his promotions were stifled after he raised the alarm about rape allegations at the Montana Women's Prison.
Key claims by a medical marijuana provider against the state for shuttering the business in 2018 should be dropped due to previous court rulings on the drug, which remains illegal under federal law, the state said Monday.
A former market president at Rocky Mountain Bank was sentenced to a year and a day in prison Friday for not telling the bank about millions of dollars worth of private dealings he had with a client who later defaulted.
The contractors who built a con artist's Billings mansion were sentenced to probation on Friday for tax evasion.
Dinosaur fossils worth millions of dollars unearthed on a Montana ranch belong to the owners of the land’s surface rights, not the owners of the mineral rights, a U.S. appeals court ruled.
A federal magistrate is recommending in a court order that an ex-law enforcement officer pay $1.6 million to the woman he raped and impregnated while on duty in 2015.
A Billings bank employee was ordered to prison Thursday for nearly five years after draining money from a mentally incompetent man’s account for personal use.
Lawrence Jace Killsback, former president of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, was sentenced to prison Thursday after pleading guilty to years of over-billing for official travel.
A preliminary injunction to halt this winter’s hunting of Yellowstone National Park bison in Montana has been denied by a Billings federal judge.
A 30-year-old woman was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday for her role in a mail-order drug operation involving cryptocurrency.
A federal game cop who formerly investigated child porn cases for the State Department was sentenced to prison Friday for child porn possession.
A federal court has ruled against a woman suing the government after an on-duty police officer raped her.
A 64-year-old Billings man was sentenced to prison Wednesday for his role in a mail-order drug operation involving cryptocurrency.
Construction of a controversial forest trail on the west side of the Crazy Mountains is expected to begin soon after a federal judge declined to halt the work.
A federal magistrate judge has found that a cop serving prison time for raping a woman he was while on duty acted outside the scope of his job, and the government cannot be sued for his actions.
An Arizona man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after he admitted to driving 34 pounds of methamphetamine to Montana to sell in Billings.
Along with a handful of states that still hold coroners’ inquests, Montana’s legal system for reviewing deaths caused by law enforcement is seen by advocates as a more transparent alternative to the secret grand juries and other proceedings held elsewhere in the country.
A federal judge has sentenced a Montana man to six years in prison for the stabbing death of another man on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation.
A 36-year-old Garryowen woman was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Thursday for running over her husband with her car and leaving him for dead in 2016.
HELENA — A judge has approved an agreement for Exxon Mobil Corp. to pay $1.05 million to settle federal pollution violations over a 2011 pipeline break that sent oil into Montana's Yellowstone River.
A federal court says a Montana judge and sheriff's deputy violated a Mexican-born man's rights when they detained and arrested him based solely on suspicions he was in the country illegally.
A Minnesota couple was sentenced Thursday in Billings to one day in custody and five years of supervised release, after being arrested with almost 1,000 pounds of marijuana, according to a press release from the U.S. Department of Justice.
A Lame Deer man admitted Wednesday to stabbing his half-brother to death during an alcohol-fueled confrontation on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in 2017.