Bullock Vetoes Several Bills Including One That Would Allow Guns On Campus
Governor Steve Bullock has rejected bills that include two gun measures and two bison proposals on the last day he could do so.
Governor Steve Bullock Releases 2012 Tax Returns
Governor Steve Bullock and his wife Lisa made $176,000 last year and paid $32,000 in state and federal income taxes. The Democratic governor recently released his 2012 tax returns to the public like other governors before him.
Montana Company Faces Fines in Fatal Bear Mauling
Federal authorities say the death of a Montana animal trainer mauled by two 500-pound captive brown bears could have been prevented if standard safety procedures had been followed.
Obama Campaign Manager to Speak at University of Montana Graduation
President Barack Obama's former campaign manager will speak at the University of Montana's graduation ceremony next month.
Steve Bullock Signs Law to Crack Down On Drunken Driving
Gov. Steve Bullock has signed into law a measure that will allow judges to look back 10 years to add penalties for multiple drunken-driving offenders.
Abortion Bill to Become Law, Challenged in Court
Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock is strategically allowing an abortion measure to become law without his signature so that it can be challenged in court.
Bullock Vetoes Sex-Education Bill
Gov. Steve Bullock has vetoed a bill that would have required parental permission before students could attend sex-education classes in public schools.
Tenty-Two Year Old Bozeman Man Charged with Forgery to Obtain Credit Card
A 22-year-old man faces forgery and other charges related to the theft of about $30,000 he said he used to support his drug addiction.
Blue Cross Merger Plan Clears State Hurdle
A proposed merger between nation's fourth-largest health insurer and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana is now in the hands of a former state Supreme Court justice.
Montana Runners’ Eyewitness Accounts of Boston Marathon Tragedy
None of the Montana runners participating in the Boston Marathon were injured when two explosions rocked the area near the finish line, but several were nearby.
Prosecutors Will Not Seek Death Penalty In Montana Kidnapping and Killing
Montana prosecutors will not seek the death penalty against a defendant charged in the killing of an Illinois man kidnapped from his Billings hotel room.
Governor Bullock Vetoes Concealed Carry Without Permit
Governor Steve Bullock has vetoed a bill that would have allowed any person eligible to own a firearm to carry a concealed weapon without a permit within city limits.