Posted 7:01 AM 3/14/2013 by CNN
The man who filmed Mitt Romney making the now-infamous "47%" comments is speaking out about why he secretly-recorded the GOP presidential candidate at a fundraiser last May.
Scott Prouty, a bartender who worked for a catering company, said he was inspired to do so after a friendly encounter (More)
Posted 6:08 PM 3/4/2013 by Q2 News
BILLINGS - A Native American voting rights case gets a second look as the United States Ninth Circuit Court agrees to hear an appeal. Montana federal judge, Richard Cebull, denied a request last year to place early voting and late registration satellite offices on Montana Indian Reservations. (More)
Posted 10:49 PM 12/13/2012 by Q2 News
New Coal terminals along the West Coast have those for and against - speaking out all across the Northwest tonight.
Montana's Medical marijuana law is back in the courts for round two.
And.. Jackpot. Montana gaming revenues are on the rise. We'll tell you why.
Posted 6:22 PM 12/13/2012 by Q2 News
Coal - the hot topic today in the pacific northwest -- We'll tell you why it impacts pocketbooks here.
And from one energy source to another, why wind is the focus in Billings tonight.
Plus, Gov-elect Steve Bullock introduces two new department heads in his administration. (and more)
Posted 7:15 PM 12/11/2012 by MTN News
HELENA - Montana Secretary of State and Chief Elections Officer Linda McCulloch received word from the Eleventh District Court at 3pm Tuesday that Sandy Welch was withdrawing her application for a recount of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction Race.
Welch trailed democrat (More)
Posted 9:54 AM 12/8/2012 by Q2 News Staff
KALISPELL, MT - Election offices across the state await a judge's order on how and when to conduct a recount in the race for Office of Public Instruction. A Flathead District Court Judge heard arguments, Friday, in a case that will determine the outcome of the race that incumbent Denise (More)
Posted 2:55 PM 12/7/2012 by MTN News
KALISPELL - A Flathead County judge has approved a request for a statewide recount in the Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction race.
Republican Sandy Welch is trailing incumbent Democrat Denise Juneau by around 2,200 votes after last month's election.
Welch filed paperwork for a (More)
Posted 4:28 AM 12/7/2012
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau and challenger Sandy Welch await a ruling from a judge Friday, on how a statewide recount in their race will be conducted.
Juneau defeated Welch in the November election by 2,231 votes out of nearly 469,000 cast, falling within (More)
Posted 1:28 PM 12/6/2012 by Melissa Rafferty - MTN News
MISSOULA - Incumbent Denise Juneau and challenger Sandy Welch are separated by just 2,200 votes in the race for Office of Public Instruction.
Welch filed paperwork for a recount earlier this week and on Friday, a district judge in Kalispell will hear the case.
We talked with Juneau (More)
Posted 3:09 PM 12/3/2012 by MTN News
KALISPELL- Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Sandy Welch filed an application in state district court in Kalispell Monday, requesting an official recount in her race against democratic incumbent Denise Juneau.
State law requires the petition be filed in the (More)
Posted 12:13 PM 11/29/2012 by CNN
The 2012 elections are barely in the rearview mirror, but two candidates have already jumped into 2014 Senate races.
Former South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds announced on Thursday his bid for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson.
The Republican governor's (More)
Posted 7:57 AM 11/28/2012 by MTN News
HELENA - Montana Secretary of State and Chief Elections Officer Linda McCulloch announced Tuesday that the State Board of Canvassers has completed the state canvass of the 2012 General Election results.
The Board must canvass the statewide results within 27 days following a federal (More)
Posted 10:52 PM 11/27/2012 by Q2 News
Tonight School District 2 and Billings community members make headway on the district's future "master plan."
Three weeks after his defeat for Montana's U-S Senate seat - Denny Rehberg offers his view on the fiscal cliff facing Congress.
Detailed testimony and graphic photos revealed during the first day in the trial of accused horse abuser James Leachman.
Posted 10:57 PM 11/16/2012 by Q2 News
A Billings woman fights for her life after she's hit by a vehicle in the Billings Heights.
The company that makes Twinkees, Ho-Ho's and Wonder Bread is going out of business. While thousands lose their jobs, others try to reap the benefits.
And tonight - we sit down with Montana Governor-elect Steve Bullock - to go over his game plan.
Posted 6:53 PM 11/16/2012 by Q2 News
Customers dread the loss of Suzie-Q's and zingers as Hostess officially announces plans to sell it's assets.
Even with the announcement - some employees remain on the picket lines in hopes of a different outcome.
And last night's Amber Alert worked, as authorities find an abducted 3 year old boy safe and sound in Montana.
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Posted 9:38 AM 11/16/2012 by CNN
Gov. Chris Christie became the latest Republican to distance himself from Mitt Romney Friday for saying President Barack Obama won last week's election by offering "gifts" to minority voters.
The New Jersey governor, who endorsed Romney early in the primary process and acted as one of the (More)
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