Alex Harris, 18, was pulled from the Missouri River the day after he saved his younger brother from a swift current.
Park officials identified the victim as 79-year-old Bob Biondi of Lutz, Florida.
Bear attacks are rare, but a woman camping in Montana scared a bear off only for it to come back to her tent and kill her.
Police say the little girl was being held by her mother when she was killed -- and that the attack ended when the mother's sister-in-law managed to kill the suspect.
Twenty-one vehicles crashed and Montana Highway Patrol said authorities believe the weather is to blame.
The commission that oversees the Montana State Library has rejected a proposed new logo after a member said the main feature brought to mind a rainbow LGBTQ pride flag.
Park managers raised the gates Wednesday at three of Yellowstone’s five entrances for the first time since June 13.
Yellowstone Superintendent Cam Sholly said the world-renowned park will be able to accommodate fewer visitors for the time being.
Visitors had been flocking to Yellowstone during its 150th anniversary celebration amid the catastrophic flooding last week.
Jacob Showers and his girlfriend were trail-running in the backcountry when the area began to flood and wash away.
Montana National Guard says troops have rescued 87 people from floodwaters.
Park officials say over 10,000 visitors left the nation’s oldest national park after historic flooding tore through the area, washing out bridges and roads.
While no one has been reported killed or injured, waters were only starting to recede Tuesday and the full extent of the destruction wasn’t yet known.
Historic flooding has forced the closure of all entrances to Yellowstone National Park through at least Wednesday.
A 3-year-old boy who had been missing in northwestern Montana for two days was found on Sunday "in good spirits," despite being "hungry, thirsty, and cold," the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office announced.
Primary elections in seven states Tuesday will set the stage for U.S. House and Senate races this fall.
The state health department said late Monday in an emergency order that it would no longer record the category of “gender” on people's birth certificates.
Emily Pennington, 18, desperately wanted to graduate with her class next year, but the school board wouldn’t take up her case until her parents and the community kept rallying behind her.
As much as 47 inches of snow has piled up in one Montana town since Monday, while up to 16 inches has been measured to the east in North Dakota.
You won’t be able to use it, but you can guarantee entrance for future parkgoers in 2172.