Stories from Lone Peak Lookout, the free local weekly newspaper distributed on Thursdays. Click back to the page about Big Sky, MT for more radio and news information.
Two children and the driver were not wearing seat belts. Both children were ejected from the car.
A judge has found the Southwest Montana Building Industry Association in contempt of court over its handling of money left over from a 2005 settlement with the city of Bozeman over the city’s impact fee program, concluding the industry group…
Gallatin County Commissioners approved a subdivision with 49 single-family homes south of Bozeman on Tuesday, with two conditions.
Chris Munson has always been a pretty healthy kid.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Montana man who had homemade bombs in his house and is accused of shooting at a Kansas state trooper is a bank robber the FBI dubbed "the AK-47 bandit" and is suspected of holding up…
The fire that destroyed a house in the Landmark Subdivision in Belgrade over the weekend started after rags soaked in wood stain spontaneously combusted.
The man stole dozens of guns, including 18 semi-automatic pistols from Murdoch's Ranch and Home Supply in Four Corners.
A man who reportedly sexually assaulted a woman while in a car with three children at a Four Corners gas station pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge in Justice Court.
A registered sex offender has pleaded guilty to a felony rape charge after admitting to having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl.
HELENA — Republican Greg Gianforte and Democrat Rob Quist raised a combined $11.5 million in last month's special congressional election, a record haul in Montana for a U.S. House seat.
HELENA — A state judge and former Republican legislator from Billings has formed an exploratory committee to consider a run against U.S. Sen. Jon Tester in 2018.
STANFORD — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks euthanized two grizzly bears for preying on livestock in Montana.
The American Wine Society has opened a Bozeman chapter to cater to local wine connoisseurs.
Montana State University has just one student who’s traveling abroad and might be affected by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision Monday to reinstate, with limits, the Trump administration’s travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries.
A woman suffered a broken leg after being kicked by a horse in the Spanish Creek area on Monday afternoon.
Bozeman commissioners voted Monday to approve a $106 million annual budget for the city, increasing property assessments for road maintenance and construction.
The California man who drowned in Hebgen Lake last week was identified by authorities Monday.
A man accused of shooting at a man in the parking lot of Teasers Gentleman’s Club near Three Forks on Thursday has been charged with attempted deliberate homicide.
A woman was left brain dead after being attacked by two dogs near Bozeman on Saturday morning.
Investigators say a Billings man who led a high-speed chase the wrong way down Interstate 90 early Sunday morning had a blood-alcohol content more than three times the legal limit.