"They forget to slow down and there are lots of people that are complaining... they can't walk or ride their bikes," Patti Baumgartner told reporters.
Weighing up to 400 pounds, wild pigs destroy crops, forests and property and carry diseases that could devastate livestock.
A judge humiliated two Montana men, ordering them to punishment that makes them recognize those who actually served, and died, in war overseas.
"We often hear about the potential for large volcanic eruptions of the Yellowstone volcano. However, we rarely focus on the threat of large earthquakes in the region," researcher Jamie Farrell said.
A Montana man charged with assaulting a 13-year-old boy for not taking his hat off during the national anthem believed he was acting on orders from President Donald Trump, his attorney said.
Curt James Brockway allegedly threw a teenager to the ground for wearing his hat during the national anthem at a county fair.
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Aquatic invasive species pose a grave and growing threat to the Yellowstone ecosystem.
"He didn't want me to wear makeup and that I couldn't and that my job depended on it."
Mumps, which the MMR vaccine can prevent, can cause complications, including brain swelling and meningitis.
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Wendy Bies, 53, was charged with obstruction and disorderly conduct following the incident.
Customs and Border Protection (CPB) officers at Montana's Sweetgrass Area Port have detained at least two Americans returning from Canada since the U.S. neighbor officially legalized recreational cannabis on October 17.
It is unclear whether Trump saw the lettering.
"He's my kind of guy," Trump was quoted as saying.
It is Trump's first stop in a three-day tour of the West ahead of the midterm elections.
The president's net approval rating in Big Sky Country has taken a steep tumble since inauguration.
As many as 8,000 people could attend the rally on Thursday night.
But when it came to describing the unnamed author of the piece, which portrays the White House as in a state of disarray, Trump got a little tongue-tied.
"This election, you aren't just voting for a candidate. You're voting for which party controls Congress. A very important thing. Very important thing," Trump said.
Both a Republican and a Democrat running for Montana's House District 88 seat said they were "horrified" by vandalism targeting women and touting President Donald Trump.
The man allegedly responsible was picked up by police for threatening people with a gun in his pocket.
The president focused more on mocking people than discussing policy or the future of his administration during a rally.
A mysterious animal killed last month is identified as a gray wolf from the northern Rocky Mountains.