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An office supply company is asking the Montana Supreme Court to rule that the state's cap on punitive damage awards is unconstitutional. The constitutional challenge comes after a Butte-Silver Bow district judge upheld a $52 million jury award in
A 34-year-old man faces charges of felony assault and assault with a bodily fluid after he allegedly licked the eyeball of a police officer attempting to arrest him on Saturday. As first reported in the Smoking Gun , Christopher Hiatt called Butte,
Organizers of Evel Knievel Days are cutting ties with the festival in the fallout of a struggle over management and control of the three-day event that has drawn thousands of visitors to Butte every July over the past dozen years. Chad Harrington,
Carly VanDyke, a former basketball player and assistant coach at Carroll College, has been named the women's basketball coach at Montana Tech...Prior to that, she was an assistant at Carroll for eight seasons, where she also played for four years.
Quinn Peoples is a competitor, about that there is no doubt...Peoples, a forward, helped the Yellowjackets build a six-point halftime lead against Cal Poly-Pomona on Monday, but it wasn't to be...Yet, it was Peoples' easiest loss to take during the
Work to clean up toxic material left over from more than a century of mining operations in the Butte area is succeeding, based on the findings of a health study, federal officials say. The Montana Standard reports (http://bit.ly/1lt49IW) that the U.S.
To be a great athlete most need some type of natural-born, talent...Butte native Bradley Wilson combined talent, passion and dogged effort to become one of the best skiers in the world. It is that recipe that has given him the opportunity to
An unmarried teacher at a Roman Catholic middle school in Montana has been fired after getting pregnant. Patrick Haggarty, the superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Helena, says Butte Central teacher Shaela Evenson "made a willful
A Montana jury has awarded an office supply manufacturer $52 million in its lawsuit against its former bank. Masters Group International Inc. sued Comerica Inc. after the bank reneged on a November 2008 agreement to delay collection of a $10.5
Monday, two days after school officials announced that athletic director Charles Bradley was "no longer with the university." Chancellor Don Blakketter announced Bradley's dismissal on Saturday, without giving a reason. Soon after, women's basketball