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Group: Montana Warehouses Mentally Ill Inmates
HELENA — Montana officials seeking to free up bed space in the state hospital transfer mentally ill patients to prison, where they are warehoused, mistreated and denied proper mental-health care, a disability-rights advocacy group claims in a federal lawsuit Monday. Disability Rights Montana is accusing seven top officials with the state Department of Corrections and Department of Public Health ...
April 09 2014
Montana Parole Board likely to act on Beach request this spring
Billings, Montana
HELENA – The state Parole Board, which has rejected previous attempts by convicted murderer Barry Beach to commute his 100-year sentence, will probably process his latest request in the next few months, board officials say.
April 01 2014
UPDATE: Phone sex trial in Anaconda: Closing arguments done, case now with jury
Helena, Montana
The Trisha Ann Brunell case is in the jury's hands.
March 29 2014
Prosecutors: Woman lacks grounds to withdraw plea in husband's death at Glacier National Park
Helena, Montana
Federal prosecutors say a Montana woman does not have grounds to withdraw her guilty plea to second-degree murder in the death of her husband, who was pushed off a cliff in Glacier National Park last summer.
March 29 2014
Prosecutors: Woman lacks grounds to withdraw plea
Helena, Montana
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A Montana woman facing sentencing for pushing her husband off a cliff in Glacier National Park eight days after the two were married last summer should not be allowed to withdraw her guilty plea to second-degree murder, federal prosecutors argued.
March 29 2014
Obamacare deadline: What does it mean?
HELENA — With just two weeks until the “Obamacare” deadline for Americans to get health insurance or possibly face a tax penalty, enrollment specialist Kristi Scott has some advice for her fellow Montanans: Don’t wait until the last minute.
March 22 2014
Prosecutors seek life sentence for bride who pushed husband off cliff in Glacier National Park
HELENA, Mont. — Federal prosecutors recommended a life sentence for a 22-year old Montana newlywed who pleaded guilty to murder after saying she pushed her new husband off a cliff in Glacier National Park.
March 19 2014
Prosecutors seek life sentence for newlywed bride - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
Quincy, Washington
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Federal prosecutors recommended a life sentence for a 22-year old Montana newlywed who pleaded guilty to murder after saying she pushed her new husband off a cliff in Glacier National Park.
March 19 2014
Supreme Court Lets Stand Free-Roaming Bison Plan
HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court has let stand the state's decision to allow migrating bison to roam across 70,000 acres of land outside Yellowstone National Park. The high court said Tuesday it would not rule in the case because Park County had raised a different issue on appeal than it did in its initial petition in District Court.
March 14 2014
Ness identified as man shot by law enforcement near Browning
West Glacier, montana
HELENA - James Marlowe Ness has been identified as the man who was shot and killed by law enforcement near Browning on the Blackfeet Reservation on Thursday night.
March 07 2014
Man killed after long highway chase
A suicidal Helena man who led law officers on a long high-speed chase through two counties was killed Thursday night during a shootout near East Glacier.
March 01 2014
Update: MSU student from Oregon killed in Highway 12 crash
A 22-year old Montana State University student died, and four other people suffered serious injuries after two vehicles collided Sunday on Highway 12 a few miles east of East Helena.
February 28 2014
Top-ranked AA Capital knocks off Dillon boys; Nickol’s career-high 26 points lift Bruins past Bea
Terry, montana
DILLON — If Helena Capital’s basketball team was tired after Friday night’s overtime win over Hellgate, it wasn’t showing.
February 22 2014
Kalispell’s Ortley in the Running for Supreme Court Post
HELENA — A panel that will recommend a replacement for former Montana Supreme Court Justice Brian Morris is seeking public comment on the 15 attorneys who applied for the appointment. The seven-member Judicial Nomination Commission is taking public comment through March 19. After that, the commission has 30 days to forward the names of three to five nominees to Gov. Steve Bullock, who will ...
February 18 2014
A legislator's legacy: Retiring Sen. Max Baucus spent 39-year career tackling problems facing b
HELENA — As U.S. Sen. Max Baucus departs Congress after 39 years, none would disagree that the senior senator from Montana has left an indelible mark on the state and the nation, on everything…
February 18 2014
Summit Air Ambulance Celebrating Two Years In Bozeman
Summit Air Ambulance is celebrating two years in Bozeman, and in Montana. They serve mostly the southwest Montana take patients to hospitals in Bozeman, Helena and Great Falls.
January 18 2014
Bullock makes board appointments
Advisory Council on Aging · Joan Taylor, Helena. Taylor was appointed Chairperson of the Council. Board of Alternative Health Care · Molly Danison, Missoula. Qualification: Midwife. Danison is a Midwife in Missoula.
January 18 2014
Summit focuses on discussing mental health
Health care providers, administrators, legislators, advocates and more gathered at the Holiday Inn in Helena on Thursday, joining forces in an effort to discuss a controversial issue gaining momentum in legislative bodies across the nation: mental illness.
January 18 2014
Influenza cases increasing across Montana
HELENA - Influenza is widespread across Montana, with half of the counties reporting confirmed cases, according to the Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services.
January 10 2014
Despite Butte mom’s fight, son’s killer out of prison
Helena, Montana
HELENA — Two decades ago, Nancy Shepherd lost her son in one of the most brutal murders in Butte’s recent history. Since then, Shepherd has fought to keep her son’s killer behind bars.
January 09 2014
Baucus’ Retirement Announcement Top Story of 2013
North Dakota
HELENA – U.S. Sen. Max Baucus' surprise announcement that he will not seek a seventh term in 2014 was Montana's top news story of 2013, according to The Associated Press' annual poll of state editors. This year's list includes maneuvering ahead of the 2014 elections, the pushback against anonymous campaign funding and the headaches surrounding the nation's health care overhaul. It highlights ...
January 09 2014
Blue Cross Says It Won’t Extend 2013 Policies
HELENA — Montana's largest health insurer says it won't extend policies that don't meet coverage requirements under the new federal health care law. President Barack Obama's administration previously announced it would allow insurers to extend coverage for another year for certain policies that don't meet the new requirements. But Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana says it will not offer ...
December 23 2013
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- Graham Trial: Jury selection began in the murder trial of Jordan Graham, the Kalispell woman accused of pushing her husband off a cliff in Glacier National Park.
December 16 2013
Helena, Mt. | Continuous News and StormTracker Weather
Helena, Montana
HELENA - The Montana Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a Helena District Court ruling saying it did not abuse its discretion in the Jill Lotter attempted murder case.
December 12 2013
KXLH Evening Top News - Tue Dec 10
Helena, Montana
- Graham Trial: During the second day of the murder trial of Jordan Linn Graham in U.S. District Court in Missoula, Graham's brother Michael Rutledge tearfully said that his sister should have "told the truth" about her husband's death in Glacier National Park.
December 12 2013
Newlywed death: Brother says bride lied repeatedly
Helena, Montana
HELENA, Montana -- The teenage brother of a Montana woman on trial for murder in the death of her new husband broke down Tuesday on the witness stand as he described his anger over her lies about what happened. Michael Rutledge, 16, of Kalispell, testified that he was angry with defendant Jordan Graham because she had lied again and again about the disappearance of Cody Johnson.
December 10 2013
Montana bride on trial in falling death of groom
Missoula, Montana
Helena, Mont. — The bride was having second thoughts eight days after the wedding, sparking an argument between the newlywed couple that carried from their Kalispell, Mont., home to a popular trail in Glacier National Park.
December 09 2013
Court OKs pot evidence from Missoula deputies visit to wrong house
HELENA - The Montana Supreme Court last week upheld the marijuana conviction of Lee Hunter Phillips, a Missoula man who was arrested after deputies with a warrant came to the wrong house.
December 04 2013
Bohlinger Calls for Medicaid Expansion
Miles City, montana
HELENA — Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Bohlinger is calling on Gov. Steve Bullock to convene a special legislative session to expand Medicaid to another 70,000 residents, a proposal that was rejected by lawmakers earlier this year. The former Republican lieutenant governor said Wednesday in a news conference that uninsured Montanans also should have the option to access state health ...
December 03 2013
Blue Cross Postpones Plan to Increase Premiums
Browning, montana
HELENA — Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana is backing off a plan to increase premiums 3.5 percent in January because of fees in the new federal health care law. Last month, the insurer notified about 3,000 holders of group policies that insure tens of thousands of people that Blue Cross intended to raise premiums for mid-term policy renewals.
December 02 2013
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