45 Million Gallons Of Propane Recalled Due To Lack Of OdorMore than 45 million gallons of propane distributed in a five-state region is being recalled because insufficient odor may keep leaks from being detected.
Climber Kills Himself After Girlfriend's Avalanche DeathRenowned climber Hayden Kennedy killed himself following the death of his girlfriend in an avalanche in Montana.
Western Governors Agree To Build Charging Station NetworkWestern governors say electric vehicles will be able to travel easier across 5,000 miles of highway under a new agreement promising to build a network of charging stations in seven states.
Investigators Track Down Puppy Scam OperatorThe Douglas County Sheriff's Office says they've tracked down a scammer who cheated a Highlands Ranch woman out of hundreds of dollars.
Warning After Puppy Scam: 'When It Sounds Too Good, It Usually Is'The Douglas County Sheriff's Office is warning residents about a new scam involving puppies for sale.
42 People From 19 Countries Become U.S. Citizens In YellowstoneDozens of people are United States citizens after taking the Oath of Allegiance at a very special place.
Grizzly Bear Charges, Mauls HunterIt slashed Tom Sommer's, cutting a 16-inch gash in his head that required 90 stitches to close.
Wildfires Across US West Force Thousands To Flee Their HomesWildfires forced thousands to flee their homes across the U.S. West during a sweltering, smoke-shrouded holiday weekend of record heat.
Western U.S. Shrouded In Heat, Wildfire SmokeVineyards moved their wine harvest to the cool of night and transit trains slowed for fear that some of the hottest weather in San Francisco Bay Area history would warp rails Saturday, as stifling temperatures and the smoky pall of wildfires marked an unofficial end to summer across the U.S. West.
Montana's Gianforte Avoids Jail Time For Reporter AssaultMontana's next congressman, Greg Gianforte, has been given a 180-day deferred jail sentence
Gianforte Apologizes To Reporter For Assault Before ElectionNewly elected U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte of Montana issued an apology letter Wednesday and said he plans to donate money to a journalism advocacy organization as part of a settlement agreement with a reporter he is accused of assaulting.
GOP Hopeful Keeps Low Profile After Assault ChargeA Republican congressional candidate in Montana charged with shoving a reporter to the ground on the eve of a special election kept a low profile Thursday even as supporters prepared a hotel ballroom for a possible victory party.