"This is an important and hard-fought victory. We're thrilled that the Montana District Court preliminarily blocked these unconstitutional laws," said Planned Parenthood.
One man who was injured in the September 25 derailment said the pain from the injuries he sustained during the incident was "unbelievable."
"If you want an example of how to treat people, Don and Margie [Varnadoe] were them," Robert Kozlowski said.
The derailment killed three passengers and potentially ejected others, according to investigators.
The Empire Builder train derailed at around 4 p.m. local time with approximately 146 passengers and 16 crew members onboard, Amtrak said.
The plaintiffs are asking a federal judge to rule that the new law doesn't apply to medical facilities, arguing that it violates safe workplace and ADA rules.
The fossils, which date to between 66 and 68 million years ago, could also represent a new species altogether, according to paleontologists.
Hospital officials in Montana are calling their current surge of the Delta variant the worst they've seen during the entire pandemic.
A Glacier National Park spokesman said Jennifer Coleman's body was found in a "steep and rocky area."
"I believe it's a travesty now and it needs to be fixed so that we can make our offices safe for patients and our coworkers," Dr. Pamela Cutler said.
"I'm not fearful; I'm prepared. Here you don't just run from fire or abandon your house," said Krystal Two Bulls of Montana.
Two boys were floating down the river when an otter attacked one of the boys. He received immediate medical attention for his non-life-threatening injuries.
The heat advisories have been issued while at least 12 states in the U.S. are tackling blazes caused by excessive temperatures earlier in July.
Steve Harris Jr., from Sidney, Montana, made his big catch in Yellowstone River on June 8—and has caught at least one paddlefish every year for the past 30.
Firefighters are tackling 80 large wildfires currently burning across at least 14 U.S. states that have been exacerbated by a summer heatwave and drought.
Eight of those states saw their hottest June on record while another six marked their second hottest June.
The bear believed to have mauled a woman was shot by wildlife workers shortly after midnight.
Powell County Sheriff Gavin Roselles said the bear wandered into the victim's campsite a couple of times before the mauling occurred.
A team of law enforcement and wildlife specialists are currently searching for the bear, but authorities haven't decided what would be done with it if found.
Grizzly bears within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem are protected under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.
A Montana man survived two bites by a brown bear in Alaska but lost his dog during the attack. Two hospital employees helped reunite them.
Attorney General Rob Bonta announced on Monday that Arkansas, Florida, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia are being added to California's list.
Florida, Texas and Mississippi have the worst levels of "civic engagement," while Montana, Vermont and Minnesota ranked as the highest.
The Robertson Draw fire near Red Lodge has burned more than 24,000 acres as of June 17 and is uncontained. Officials have determined that the fire was possibly human-caused, and a potential suspect has been identified.
The attorney general said critical race theory and some anti-racism programs taught in schools are "discriminatory."
More than 50 percent of Montana voters approved a ballot initiative in the 2020 election to legalize adult-use cannabis.
Yellowstone Park officials warn that visitors should always remain at least 100 yards away from bears.
Janet Lee Lucas went unidentified for decades after her skeletal remains were discovered by a bear hunter in 1985.