President Donald Trump signed the Nuclear Energy Innovation and Modernization Act into law Monday. The bill, which is meant to streamline regulatory processes for commercial nuclear power plants, received support from both the public and private nuclear energy sector.

The committee charged with proposing rules to ease crowding on the Madison River met for the first time on Monday, marking the beginning of what’s supposed to be a quick process of developing potential regulations for one of the most popular fly-fishing streams in the country.

The Bozeman, Mont., Police Department released the name of the police officer who shot and killed a man early Friday morning at a home on the city’s south side after responding to an assault call.

The next time the line is too long at the Old Faithful Visitor Center toilet or the traffic has slowed to a crawl in in the Hayden Valley because of a bison jam, consider the plight of one of Yellowstone National Park’s early tourists, George Cowan.

Bozeman Police Chief Steve Crawford said the actions of Eric David Sauerhagen placed the lives of officers and the man reportedly assaulted by him in jeopardy. Crawford said the officer’s use of force was appropriate.

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Marijuana could take the next step toward joining pinot noir and craft beer on Oregon’s list of famous exports, under a proposal likely to go before state lawmakers in the new year.

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington on Tuesday joined a handful of other states that ban anyone under 21 from buying a semi-automatic assault rifle after voters passed a sweeping firearms measure in November that has drawn a court challenge from gun-rights advocates.

The Teton School District called the Teton County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, Dec. 20 to report a possible fraud. School district officials reported that an employee of the district office had sent $784,833.71 to a fraudulent account accessed through the school district’s email account, ac…

POCATELLO — A local engineer says she’s devised a preliminary concept that would enable Idaho State University to permanently restore its iconic letter “I” to Red Hill, while avoiding past safety and erosion problems that forced the original symbol’s removal.

BOISE — The lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of voter-passed Proposition 2, the Medicaid expansion initiative, is “meritless,” the Idaho Attorney General’s office contends in arguments filed with the Idaho Supreme Court — and so groundless that the Idaho Freedom Foundation should be…

Dave and Claudia Warner heard many tales of survival in the aftermath of the recent California wildfires. Homeless men who were reunited with their family after years on the street. Disabled people living without cars, who were driven off the mountain by neighbors at the last minute. It was …

NEW YORK — The Boy Scouts of America deflected questions about a report suggesting it is considering seeking bankruptcy protection, though the head of the organization said it is exploring “all options” as it tries to stay afloat while facing sexual abuse lawsuits and dwindling membership.

POWELL — The harvest of wolf 926F during the Montana hunting season reignited a firestorm of calls to end hunting of the species — or at least making a wide buffer zone around Yellowstone National Park.

POCATELLO — A local engineer says she’s devised a preliminary concept that would enable Idaho State University to permanently restore its iconic letter “I” to Red Hill, while avoiding past safety and erosion problems that forced the original symbol’s removal.

BLACKFOOT — Police confirmed they’ve arrested a 20-year-old Montana woman with ties to the twin brothers who allegedly crashed stolen vehicles amid high-speed chases and committed other felonies throughout the region Saturday and Sunday.