September 20th, 2023, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan resolution marking that day as National Service Dog Day.We mark the event with by highlighting a Montana program that provides free, trained service dogs to veterans with hidden injuries.
Federal court rulings say cities must allow people to sleep outside on public property if there is no shelter space available. But, cities can regulate the time, place and manner people may camp on public right of ways.
After a short summer break, the orchestra for south-central Montana is back on stage. Bozeman Symphony’s 56th season kicks off this weekend.
Tokyo Cowboy, Return and 2 Bill Pullman movies part of 4 days of movie viewing
A recently published annual rundown counts around 108 wolves as of December, and recent monitoring efforts estimate packs are even larger as summer wraps up
As Montana schools struggle to fill classrooms with qualified educators, a growing number are turning to virtual teachers to fill the gap, but online learning isn’t a great fit for every student, and some schools are struggling to balance student needs with the reality of the teacher shortage.
A consumption advisory is in place for all fish along a section of the Yellowstone River in south central MontanaState regulators say fish sampled upstream and downstream of a June train derailment showed the presence of contaminants and prompted an advisory along the river from Stillwater County to Yellowstone County
President Biden's dog bit several Secret Service agents a total of 10 times between October 2022 and January 2023. On Monday, he bit another officer at the White House.
Travis King, a 23-year-old U.S. soldier who crossed into North Korea in July, is now in U.S. custody, according to news reports.
The decision is part of a deal that requires Israel to end bans and restrictions on Palestinian Americans and other Arab Americans traveling to Israel.
Seven Republicans will join the second GOP debate Wednesday but the front-runner, former President Donald Trump won't be one of them. Instead, Trump will head to Michigan to court autoworkers.
Journalist Yeganeh Rezaian speaks about her time being imprisoned in Iran with her husband, Jason Rezaian, in 2014 and how that experienced has shaped the rest of her life.
- North Korea expels U.S. soldier who crossed over from South Korea
- Israelis can now travel to the United States without needing a visa
- Hall of Fame Orioles third baseman, Brooks Robinson, dies at 86
- What would a partial government shutdown mean for the U.S. military?
- Lost and found items at Pittsburgh's airport will be auctioned off for charity
- A reptile named 'Tank' has escaped from a vet's office in Pennsylvania
- Sen. Peters returns from the Armenian border, where he witnessed a refugee crisis
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