Here are a few of the largest projects expected to break ground or be completed next year
The result is serious health problems, including depression, lack of sleep and anxiety
More Republican lawmakers are discussing “fixing” the legislation rather than eliminating it altogether
In the end, it wasn’t that close
Like many of today’s debates, the rift between Trump and Tester is more nuanced than the sound bites on the airwaves
Legislators who oppose I-185 say the initiative is sidestepping the intention of Montana’s one-of-a-kind Medicaid expansion
It's expected to get worse before it gets better
I hope your kids’ first days were better than mine
What, really, is considered affordable for a low-income resident?
There may be smoke in the sky, but there’s still plenty to explore
Some argue that third-party candidates have little impact on elections. But our country’s traditional parties don’t believe that.
This is how community municipal projects should work
Glacier Park can still be enjoyed during peak season — it just takes a little more planning and creativity
The ability to bet on sports has bipartisan support
Residential projects, some approved before the recession, are finally breaking ground