BILLINGS - Sometimes when you're snapping pictures you just get lucky.
Of course, getting lucky snapping a picture in Yellowstone Park is something different entirely.
Yellowstone National Park wolf project leader Doug Smith snapped this photo last Friday, while tracking some of the park's wolf packs from the... more »
A Massachusetts man was gored by a bull bison in Yellowstone National Park this past weekend.
The man in his mid-50s was not taunting the animal but did let the bull approach him within a few feet where he was sitting and did not move, according to a news... more »
A suspect in an assault on the campus of Montana Tech was arrested following a high-speed chase in Wyoming today.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol issued a press release on the arrest of Brandon Curry, 28, who is suspected of assaulting a female student with a knife in the restroom... more »
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's grizzly bear recovery coordinator says long-distance trail runners are approaching photographers as the backcountry group most likely to be badly hurt in an animal encounter.
Chris Servheen told the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee on Thursday that running in grizzly... more »
For the first time in decades, bison are roaming public lands just outside of Yellowstone National Park.
In Gardiner this morning, state and federal agencies took the first steps toward a new way to manage the Yellowstone bison herd.
Twenty five bison were released from Yellowstone National Park... more »
With a 99-1 vote , the House overwhelmingly passed a resolution today urging the federal government to take the gray wolf off the Endangered Species List in Montana.
Rep. Mike Phillips (D) of Bozeman cast the lone "no" vote.
The resolution asks for the "immediate removal of the... more »
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Yellowstone National Park officials say an acclaimed elk herd dropped in size by 24 percent over the last year.
Biologists chalk up the dramatic decline to a combination of predators, hunters, recent drought and a deep snowpack.
The northern Yellowstone elk herd was once... more »
MISSOULA - A Missoula man who is a registered sex offender is facing a federal charge for allegedly luring a 12-year-old Wyoming girl to Missoula and raping her repeatedly for four days.
William Nielsen, 24, is facing a coercion and enticement of a minor charge.
In court documents,... more »