A BLIZZARD WARNING is in effect for Livingston until 6 pm Tuesday. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continues until 5 pm Tuesday for most of western Montana west of the divide.
Last season the Hellgate Knights won their 5th state basketball championship in school history, and the first since 2005. This Friday the Knights start their…
The high school basketball season started up Saturday with a few games being played. The Flathead Braves and Bravettes were on the road Saturday in Coeur…
Subzero temperatures weren't enough to stop Coastal Carolina as the Chanticleers put up 35 first half points and pulled off the 42-35 win over the Grizzlies…
Athletes look to keep their Olympic dreams alive as Bohart Ranch hosts the Nordic SuperTour
The Big Sky Eagles are working hard to get back to the state tournament after making it as the No. 4 seed out of the West last year. It wont be easy for the…
The Coastal Carolina football team made the trek to Missoula Thursday and held an evening practice in Washington-Grizzly Stadium as they prepare for Saturday's…
Bozeman senior Will Dissly will head west to play for Boise State in 2014
MSU senior receiver Tanner Bleskin becomes first Bobcat since 2003 to be selected as a two-time Academic All-American
A huge week for Bozeman standout Will Dissly capped off with Gatorade Player of the Year award
Loyola high school recognized their fall sports teams in front of family and community Wednesday afternoon at Loyola High School.
Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa and Joe Torre were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Expansion Era committee on Monday.
Basketball star and Kardashian spouse Lamar Odom settled his drunken driving charge with a no contest plea Monday.
Standout South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was cited by the South Carolina Highway Patrol for driving 110 miles per hour in a 70 mph zone, WIS, a television station in Columbia, S.C., reported Monday.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will not have surgery on his sprained right foot after an initial round of tests showed no Lisfranc injury.
The Anaheim Ducks shook off a sluggish start to prevail over the woeful New York Islanders 5-2 on Monday night.
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