Montana’s program designed to encourage people to reenter the workforce during the pandemic is expected to spend about a third of the money set aside for it. State lawmakers Wednesday agreed on recommendations for how to spend the leftover $10 million.
Two Democratic members of Congress introduced legislation Wednesday to end an arbitration clause that Amtrak implemented in January 2019 and give customers the right to sue the passenger rail service to resolve disputes.
Big game hunters in northwest Montana were highly successful this past weekend, which kicked off the general rifle season for deer and elk.
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Tribal officials and various mental health advocates have been trying to find an alternative for nearly a decade. But the Fort Peck reservation is still badly lacking in both secure psychiatric facilities and qualified mental health workers.
A preliminary report on an Amtrak train derailment in north-central Montana last month that killed three people and injured dozens more gave no information on the cause of the accident, but said the train's emergency brakes were activated and that Amtrak estimated the damage at more than $22 million.
Montana Legislature to investigate allegations that public officials harassed hospital workers over COVID treatmentsMontana’s Attorney General is facing a probe into his behavior after the Montana State News Bureau reported he and two other public officials allegedly harassed hospital officials in Helena. MTPR's Freddy Monares spoke with the Montana State News Bureau’s Holly Michels about the story.
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