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Idaho wildlife official kills baboon family, shares photos

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) - The judgment of an Idaho Fish and Game Commission member is being questioned after he shared photos of himself posing with a family of baboons, including young baboons, he killed while hunting in Africa.    Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter spokesman Jon Hanian tells The Idaho Statesman in a story on Friday that the governor's office is looking into the matter involving Commissioner Blake Fischer.

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YWCA Missoula fights family homelessness

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Family homelessness is a big issue in Montana, but it’s not always a visible one. One Missoula organization is trying to create more options for homeless families in need. 

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Belgrade dog shot in backyard; owners, police search for suspects

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A Belgrade family is looking for answers, after their 2-year-old Great Pyrenees, Kuva, was shot in the chest their fenced backyard last Thursday. 

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Missoula organization coordinating Trump counter-event

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One Missoula organization is coordinating what they call a "community event" in response to President Trump's visit on Thursday. 

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Mattress Firm Student of the Week: Hellgate's Burke McGowan

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Imagine entering your senior year of football having never won a football game. "Coming in as a freshman and seeing our varsity  get beat 79-0, and just watching that from the sidelines and saying wow, this is going to take a lot." Burke McGowan says with a laugh. Burke McGowan is one of those seniors. He could have quit... he could of transferred... but instead, Burke and the rest of this senior class at Hellgate High School put in the work, and ended the Knight's 57...

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Billings police ask for help in Laura Johnson missing person case Video included

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The Billings Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado. 

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Arrest made in molestation of miniature horse in Delaware

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Delaware State Police have charged a suspect in the sexual assault of a miniature horse and a subsequent burglary at the same barn several weeks later. 

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First child porn suspect on FBI list pleads guilty

HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The first-ever child pornography suspect named to the FBI's Most Wanted list cashed out his life savings and was fleeing law enforcement on a bus traveling across Montana last year when another passenger noticed child pornography on his laptop screen.

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Mississippi officials investigate toddler found dead in oven

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A grandmother is being questioned after her dead granddaughter was found inside a heated oven in a Mississippi town. 

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Earthquake hits while Montana school practices earthquake drills

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BELGRADE - It was a once-in-a-lifetime coincidence when an earthquake rumbled Belgrade while students were practicing for that very event.

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City of Laurel investigating SRO after reports of sexual contact with student

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A Laurel school resource officer has been placed on administrative leave after allegations of sexual contact with a student.  

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Williams outraises Gianforte by $1M in Montana House race

New campaign finance reports show Democrat Kathleen Williams raised $1 million more than Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte over the last fundraising period.

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BREAKING: Man found in Missouri River identified

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GREAT FALLS- The Cascade County Coroner has identified the man whose body was found in the Missouri River over the weekend.

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Donald Daters app for Trump supporters aims to 'Make America Date Again'

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A new app aims to help young Trump supporters seeking refuge from "liberal intolerance" - but it's scrambling to fix a security issue that arose when it launched.

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North Carolina man shot after triggering his own booby-trap

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CLEVELAND COUNTY, N.C. - A North Carolina man has suffered a severe arm injury after getting shot by his own booby trap.

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Eastern Montana deputy charged with sexual abuse of child

An eastern Montana sheriff's deputy, who had been running for sheriff, faces a charge of sexual abuse of a child.

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Officials identify woman who died in Butte jail

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Butte-Silver Bow County officials have released the name of a woman who died while in the county jail.

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Trump should pay for Montana visit, county commissioner says Video included

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MISSOULA - A county commissioner says he's looking into charging the Matt Rosendale campaign for any costs to taxpayers incurred by President Trump's Thursday visit.

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U.S. Senate candidates now obligated to file campaign finance information online

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The Montana Senate race is attracting nationwide attention, and a new requirement that aims to increase openness about campaign finances breaks it down by the numbers. 

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Missoula City bans firearms from several public spaces

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The Missoula City Council passed two ordinances about banning firearms in several public spaces on Monday. An emergency ordinance takes effect immediately, and another ordinance will take effect in several weeks. 

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Montana Treasure: Butte's Dish-ability food truck

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A small Butte business is helping make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities, one taco at a time. The Dish-ability food truck is this week's Montana Treasure.

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Man accused of stealing pain medication from seniors

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Dylan Thomas Burger is charged with criminal possession of dangerous drugs and two counts of theft.

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Idaho man faces child pornography charges

An eastern Idaho man awaiting trial because police say he possessed child pornography has been charged with the same crime again.

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Man accused of inappropriately touching a girl under 12

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Joseph Francis Silva is charged with sexual intercourse without consent after a young girl spoke with police.

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Female inmate dies at Butte-Silver Bow Detention Center

A female inmate died at the Butte-Silver Bow Detention Center over the weekend.

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The Latest: Governor: Coal export idea is 'harebrained' plan

The Latest on the Trump administration considering the use of military bases or other federal facilities to export fossil fuels (all times local):

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Idaho official faces calls to resign after killing family of baboons

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BOISE, Idaho - An Idaho Fish and Game Commissioner is facing calls to resign after sharing photos of a recent hunting trip. The photos show Blake Fischer and his wife posing with animals they killed in Africa. 

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President Trump's Rally location changes to Minuteman Aviation Video included

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MISSOULA - President Donald Trump's third visit to the Treasure State is slated to take place Thursday evening at an aviation center near the Missoula airport.

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The Latest: Grizzly attack survivor to have 2nd surgery Video included

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A hunter who survived a grizzly bear attack in Montana is having a second surgery for his injuries.

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North Main Street fire in Kalispell blocks traffic

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KALISPELL - No one was hurt during a fire at a business on the 300 block of North Main Street.

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Warren DNA analysis points to Native American heritage; Trump denies offering $1M for test

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BOSTON - President Donald Trump is falsely denying that he offered $1 million for Sen. Elizabeth Warren to take a DNA test to prove whether she had Native American ancestors. Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, is a widely rumored 2020 presidential candidate.

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Jeff Bridges visiting Bozeman to support Sen. Jon Tester

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BOZEMAN - Actor Jeff Bridges is appearing at a meet and greet in Montana to support Sen. Jon Tester's reelection campaign. 

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Man's body found in Missouri River in Great Falls

A man's body was found in the Missouri River in Great Falls over the weekend.

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How one school in Great Falls is saying no to bullying Video included

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Loy Elementary school in Great Falls has implemented a program known as Watch D.O.G.S to help stop school bullying. The Watch D.O.G.S program started back in 1998 when two dads wanted to be more involved in their kid's lives. Today, there are over six thousand schools that have the program across the country. The goal is to eventually see the program into every school across the nation. Watch D.O.G.S is a program that aims to give kids a positive male role model while al... More>>

City Club Missoula to host forum on proposed open space bond

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 City Club Missoula will host a forum on the potential Missoula open space bond on October 15. The bond will be up for a vote in November, and the forum will feature speakers on both sides of the issue. 

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Bozeman's Alpacas Of Montana holding #NameTheBabyAlpaca contest

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Alpacas of Montana celebrated both National Alpaca Day and their 15th Alpaca Open House - and they're holding a #NameTheBabyAlpaca contest.

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Bayern Brewery reaches out to Great Falls for glass recycling Video included

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Jurgen Knoller, the CEO of Missoula's Bayern Brewing, leads the brewery's innovative recycling program and says he wants to start accepting glass from Great Falls.

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Idaho man shares story of Grizzly attack while bow hunting in Montana

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A Facebook post by Bob Legasa of Idaho is going viral after he survived a grizzly attack while bow hunting in Montana. 

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Missoula's Inaugural Kid's Halloween Costume Swap

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Saturday, Missoula families were able to join Growing Up Green and the Heart-Strong Center for the inaugural Kids' Halloween Costume Swap. 

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Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Missoula

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Early Saturday morning, several people participated in the Susan G. Komen...

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Woman held at Butte-Silver Bow Detention Center dies

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A female inmate has died at the Butte-Silver Bow Detention center where she was being held. According to Sheriff  Ed Lester, the woman was found unresponsive by detention staff at approximately 2 o'clock this afternoon. Efforts to revive the woman were unsuccessful. Detectives from butte and Montana division of criminal investigations are investigating the death. The woman's body has been transported to Montana state crime lab in Missoula where an autopsy will be completed. We... More>>

Toyota Play of the Week #7: Belgrade's Ethan Major

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Week seven of the Toyota Play of the Week is a great piece of special teams trickery on the football field. 

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Man likely got 'brain-eating amoeba' at Texas resort

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WACO, Texas (AP) - Health officials say a New Jersey man who died from a rare "brain-eating amoeba " was likely exposed to it during his visit to a Texas water resort last month.

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Montana Tech holds annual "Bed Races" Video included

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BUTTE- Homecoming week continued Friday afternoon at Montana Tech with the annual "Bed Races". Six groups competed in the event and raced down the hill from the Student Union Building past the football field. Each bed cart was designed and constructed by the racers. 

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Could flea collars cause chemical burns on cats and dogs?

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The cat's owner says he put a "Sergeant's Dual Action Flea and Tick Collar" on his cat and a few days later noticed that it appeared to have caused a serious chemical burn.

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Former teacher convicted of hiding gun for student

A former high school art teacher has been convicted of hiding a gun that a student brought to school in southeastern Montana.

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State mails out addendum to voter information pamphlet

The Montana Secretary of State's office has mailed out an addendum to the voter information pamphlet at a total cost of over $265,000.

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Missoula 'sisterhood' organization works to fight breast cancer Video included

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There’s an organization made up of women who have won the battle or are currently in a fight with the disease. Members say Silver Lining is more than a support group. It's a sisterhood.

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Name released of man recovered dead in Yellowstone

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WEST YELLOWSTONE - Authorities have released the name of a man found dead in the Gallatin River in Yellowstone National Park.

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Montana ski hill apologizes for 'body fat' ad

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MISSOULA - Montana Snowbowl issued an apology for an ad that it says it didn't have a role in designing or approving.

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Suspect arrested after accident lands pickup truck on shed

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BUTTE - Police have located a suspect involved in a Thursday night accident that landed a Dodge pickup truck on a shed. 

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Register for Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Missoula Montana Oct. 13

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ABC FOX Montana is proud to be a part of this year's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, scheduled for Missoula on Oct. 13. Registration opens at Caras Park at 7;30 AM, with survivor photo at 8:30 AM, and 5K and 1-mile fun run/walk at 9 AM. 

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Former Hardin teacher convicted of tampering with evidence

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After a 3-day trial in Big Horn County District Court, Nora Bettina Block, 42, was convicted of felony tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and misdemeanor obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.  

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Independent women a key in outcome of Montana Senate race

Political observers say a key factor in deciding the outcome of Montana's high-profile Senate race will be whether independent women who voted for Donald Trump in 2016 stick with the president and Republicans again...

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The most popular Halloween candy in every state

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One of the largest bulk-candy retailers in the country looked at more than a decade of data to determine the favorite Halloween candy in every state.

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Billings police officer injured in morning crash

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A Billings police officer was injured in a Friday morning crash. The 38-year-old officer was parked on the 6th Street overpass on Laurel Road when the veihicle was rear-ended.

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Missoula progressive groups plan protests for Trump's visit

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With news buzzing about possible plans of President Donald Trump's visit to Missoula, local political action groups are already planning on how they will seize the moment.

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Wake Up Weekends: Events happening across Montana

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Billings Events: HarvestFest Date: 10/13/2018 Time: 9:00 am Location: Montana Brewing Company 113 N Broadway Billings, MT 59101 Sleepy Hollow Haunted Wagon Ride Date: October 5, 2018 Time: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm ZooMontana - 2100 Shiloh Road, Billings, MT 59102 Great Falls Events:  Fall Family Fest When: Saturday from 1-4 pm Where: Heritage Picnic area, Giant Springs State Park, 4803 Giant Springs Road, Great Falls, MT Ulm V... More>>

How To Stop A Bully educator shares tips with Missoula school

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In light of October being National Bullying Prevention Month, C.S. Porter Middle School brought in an award-winning social skills educator to teach students how to tackle the nationwide issue.

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Missoula response team on stand-by for Hurricane Michael

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Emergency responders in Montana are prepared to answer the call for Hurricane Michael relief efforts.

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"Go Cats" MSU Homecoming continues with hard-to-miss message

The North and South Hedge dormitories light up to spell out the words "Go Cats," an annual homecoming tradition for university students. Photo credit: Montana State University The North and South Hedge dormitories light up to spell out the words "Go Cats," an annual homecoming tradition for university students. Photo credit: Montana State University
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Every year, Montana State students light up the night with the flip of a switch. The North and South Hedge dormitories participate in the yearly tradition of blacking out and then lighting up certain rooms to spell out the words “Go Cats” on the side of the dorms.

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Judge rules in favor of Missoula gun background check ordinance

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MISSOULA - A judge ruled in favor Thursday of a controversial gun ordinance that's contested by the attorney general.

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NorthWestern Energy plans power outage for parts of Butte, Saturday

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BUTTE- NorthWestern Energy has scheduled a five-hour-long power outage Saturday, for parts of Butte. The outage will begin at 7 a.m. on Saturday, October 13th and last for about five hours. According to NorthWestern Energy's media office the outage will affect approximately 600 customers in Butte. 

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Montana Human Rights Network condemns Bozeman rep for views

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A Montana representative is being rebuked by a human rights group for his role in an upcoming conference and support of Cliven Bundy.

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Butte School District No. 1 says substitute teachers are in dire shortage

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BUTTE- Butte School District No. 1 is experiencing a shortage of substitute teachers, and full-time teachers could be experiencing pressure as result.

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Great Falls Rescue Mission says part-time jobs aren't enough to end homelessness

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The city of Great Falls is continuing to grow, bringing in several new businesses this year. Despite the recent economic growth, the Great Falls Rescue Mission says the homeless population has stayed the same; serving about 200 homeless every day. According to Becky Nelson at Great Falls Public Schools, from 2017-2018, there were 370 reported homeless students However, recent statistics show that there are over 500 homeless students throughout the city. While recent job ...

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MSU students carry on "M" lighting tradition

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The lighting of the College “M” is a cherished tradition for Montana State students, and October 10 marked the one day of 2018 that Bozeman residents are treated to the sight.

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Washington investigating children partially paralyzed with polio-like virus

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OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington State Department of Health is investigating reports of five children who have been hospitalized after a sudden onset of paralysis of one or more limbs.

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HGTV 2019 Dream Home will be in Whitefish

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Big news for HGTV fans... 2019's HGTV Dream Home has been announced, and it's being built right here in Montana. 

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Five people hospitalized in head-on wreck on South Reserve

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MISSOULA - A wreck is blocking traffic on South Reserve near Shopko on Thursday afternoon.

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Madison County sheriff pleads not guilty to criminal charges Video included

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HELENA - A sheriff accused of perjury and evidence tampering pleaded not guilty in court on Thursday.

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Sheriffs find body of missing Big Sky man in river

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The body of a missing 29-year-old Big Sky man was found Wednesday in the Gallatin River.  

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Washington Supreme Court tosses out state's death penalty

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OLYMPIA, Wash. - Washington state's Supreme Court has ruled that the death penalty violates its Constitution. The ruling Thursday makes Washington the latest state to do away with capital punishment.

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Motorcyclist leads deputies on 125 mph chase, sheriff says

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MISSOULA - Sheriff's deputies are seeking tips after an unidentified motorcyclist led them on a 125-mph chase.

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Missoula Sheriff confirms Trump planning visit to Missoula Video included

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MISSOULA - The Missoula County Sheriff's Office confirmed that they're meeting with Secret Service agents to plan security for a potential presidential visit.

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Weinstein in court as judge mulls future of sex assault case

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NEW YORK (AP) - Harvey Weinstein is set to appear before a New York judge as his lawyers try to get the charges dismissed in his criminal case.    Judge James Burke is expected to issue rulings Thursday on defense motions assailing an indictment accusing Weinstein of rape and sexual assault.    The hearing comes a year and a day after The New Yorker first published allegations by one accuser in the case, Lucia Evans.    She says Weinstein forced her into ... More>>

Serious crash causes traffic and delays in Billings, 1 transported to the hospital

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Crews were on the scene of a serious crash in Billings, at the intersection of King and Overland. It was reported just after 7 a.m. Thursday Morning. The crash involved two vehicles, and crews were forced to extricate one person. One person was transported to the hospital, the other refused medical attention. Authorities say alcohol is believed to be a factor, and the investigation is ongoing. More>>

Owner's warning after Tennessee dog killed by common household item

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ASHLAND CITY, TN - A Tennessee dog owner wants everyone to know how deadly an artificial sweetener found in chewing gum can be for dogs. Christy Figlio began noticing troubling signs for her three-year-old husky-mix, Canon. She says he seemed perfectly healthy until Saturday night, when he suddenly stopped eating and started drinking a lot of water. They rushed him to the emergency vet who told them Canon's liver was failing because of an artificial sweetener called Xylitol. Accor... More>>

Precious Plastic Missoula gets creative with fighting waste

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As plastic recycling options became more limited in Missoula year this year, one small business owner is determined to help solve the problem of plastic waste by running a recycling center at his house.

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Missoula Alliance Church Pumpkin Patch is back again

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Missoula's Great Pumpkin Patch located right next Missoula Alliance Church will open October 11 for its 13th year.

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Third-party absentee mailers confuse Montana voters

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Montana residents raised concerns over absentee mailers out by a third party. 

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Missoula resident's family in Florida hit by Hurricane Michael

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As one of the most intense hurricanes in decades hits the Florida coast, a recent Missoula transplant is worrying about his family. Grant Everett has lived in Florida for more than 20 years, and moved to Missoula in May. Everett said his sister lives where Florida officials said will be hardest hit by Hurricane Michael.

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Grizzly Sports Report: October 10, 2018

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Watch the seventh episode of the Grizzly Sports Report! Head coach Bobby Hauck and freshman running back and San Diego native Adam Eastwood join show hosts Shaun Rainey and Riley Corcoran after Montana has a surprising homecoming loss to the Portland State Vikings, to bring their overall record to 4-2 on the year. They talk about what went right, and what went wrong to give PSU the upset win, and also look ahead to a big road trip against the North Dakota Fighting Hawks... More>>

MSU ditches traditional homecoming king and queen roles

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Montana State announced it is getting rid of the traditional “Homecoming King and Queen” titles in favor of three “Homecoming Ambassadors” to represent the school. 

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Former Darby football player passes away from cancer

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A heartbreaking story out of Darby, as former Darby football player Jake Sanders passed away from non-Hodgkin lymphoma on Wednesday morning.

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FBI says man with 200-pound bomb had Election Day plot

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NEW YORK (AP) - Federal authorities have charged a New York man with building a 200-pound (90-kilogram) bomb that he planned to detonate on Election Day on the National Mall in Washington. 

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City of Bozeman releases podcast series focusing on local business

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The City of Bozeman launched its own podcast – called “micromegas” – on Wednesday. The podcast, a continuing series created by the city’s Office of Economic Development, will focus on success stories of business in Bozeman’s rapidly-growing community.

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Krispy Kreme releases Halloween doughnuts

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Krispy Kreme's Halloween-themed treats have arrived. 

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Colin Kaepernick requests to trademark image of his face and hair

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Colin Kaepernick is moving to trademark his iconic image.

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Missoula breast cancer survivor helps others fight the disease Video included

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It's been 20 years since Michelle Knowles won her battle against breast cancer, but her fight didn't stop there. 

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NorthWestern Energy looking to protect towers from waters

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NorthWestern Energy is looking to move six towers that support a key 210,000-volt transmission line over Clark Fork River after seeing floodwater push three power poles over last spring.

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Kavanaugh protesters plead guilty to criminal trespass

Seven people who held a sit-in at the Missoula County Republican Central Committee offices last week to protest the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court have pleaded guilty to criminal trespass.

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Missoula man charged with assaulting girlfriend with belt, gun, knife

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MISSOULA - A 24-year-old man is charged with repeatedly attacking his girlfriend and forcing her to sign a "contract" allowing him to hit her.

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UPDATE: Sex offender hired at Roosevelt Medical Center has been terminated Video included

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Update: RMC announced on their Facebook page Wednesday that the Board of Directors has chosen to terminate Denise Carlson's employment with the medical center.

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Republican lawmakers want work requirement for Medicaid

Republican lawmakers want Montana to require able-bodied adults to work in order to qualify for health insurance under Medicaid expansion.

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Montana voters to decide on ballot collection restrictions

Montana voters will decide whether to make it illegal for one person to turn in another's absentee ballot unless they have a personal relationship with each other.

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Missoula pizza shop apologizes for Columbus Day post

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MISSOULA - A local pizza shop is apologizing for its Columbus Day post. 

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Tips sought on missing Belgrade woman

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BELGRADE - Officers are asking for help finding a missing 32-year-old Belgrade woman. They say Michaela Douglas was last seen near Frontage Road and Four Dot Lane on the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 2. 

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Missoula looks at new ways to fight bike theft

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The city of Missoula is considering a new social media approach to help fight bike theft. 

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President Trump says he may pick new UN ambassador this month

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WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump says he will decide in two to three weeks, if not sooner, who will be America's next ambassador to the United Nations.    The current ambassador, Nikki Haley, announced Tuesday that she is stepping down at year's end. She hinted in her resignation letter that she is headed to the private sector after two years at the U.N. and, before that, six years as South Carolina's governor.    Among those Trump says he is considering is... More>>

Hurricane Michael: Governor 'scared to death' evacuations ignored

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PANAMA CITY, Florida (AP) - Florida Gov. Rick Scott says the impact of Hurricane Michael will be "horrible," the worst storm to hit the Panhandle in a century.    Scott said Wednesday he's "scared to death" that people in places such as St. George Island along the state's coast had ignored evacuation orders.    He said he hopes that no one kept children with them as they chose to ride it out, but the time to evacuate from coastal areas has "... More>>

Western Wyoming to start using double wide snow plows Video included

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Cody - Wyoming’s Department of Transportation has a new weapon against snowstorms in Northwest Wyoming:  a convertible double wide snow plow. The new system costs $400,000, but WYDOT managers say it saves money and time.

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Bayern Brewing in Missoula now using 100% reused glass

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Montana's oldest brewery reaches a milestone this month. One-hundred percent of beer bottles filled and distributed by Bayern Brewing now come from reused glass. ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall explains how the German brewery is making a big difference in reducing its carbon footprint in Montana and beyond.

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Pita Pit serves up life lessons Video included

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Love, support, generosity, and family are all words employees at Billings local Pita Pits use to describe owners Kristi and Mark Grob.  Christina Boyden and Tami Fire Bear haven't had the easiest of lives.  They're currently both living at Passages pre-release center in Billings and bettering their lives.  Pita Pit is helping them do that.  Boyden said working at Pita Pit "has helped out a lot really and it's awesome to work here." From taking orders to c... More>>

University of Providence student charged with felony intimidation

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Edgar Mendoza has been charged with one count of felony intimidation following suspicious letters threatening several people at the University of Providence, a private Catholic college in Great Falls.

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Power restored in Missoula

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MISSOULA - Northwestern Energy is reporting a power outage affecting residents near Upper Miller Creek Road, the South Hills and South Reserve.

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Missoula theater honored in new Criterion Channel episode

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MISSOULA - A new video takes a look at what makes The Roxy and the surrounding Missoula community a national landmark.

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US Marshals recover 123 missing children in Michigan county

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Over 120 missing children have been found safe during a one-day human trafficking sting in Michigan. Operation MISafeKid was conducted by the U.S. Marshals Service, Michigan State Police and several other agencies on September 26 in Wayne County.

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Minnesota judge dismisses case against 3 climate activists

A Minnesota judge has dismissed charges against three climate change activists who tried to shut down two Enbridge Energy crude oil pipelines in northwestern Minnesota.

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2nd Annual Caesar Showdown

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GREAT FALLS- The Do Bar will be hosting the Second Annual Great Falls Caesar Showdown October 6th, 2018. It starts at 3 p.m. and it's 10 dollars to get in the door. That'll include sampling Caesar’s from various restaurants in Great Falls. Do Bar said all proceeds will be donated to Casa-Can, our local non-profit child advocates.  Whose ever Caesar gets the most votes will win bragging rights, personal trophies, and what's looking like over a 200 cash pot.

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Spectrum services down impacting local businesses

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GREAT FALLS- If you’re a customer of Spectrum, services have finally been restored, but local business owners are still feeling the repercussions. "When we first found out the internet wasn't working, our dispatchers have a backup tablet that runs off of Verizon Network so we were able to get that up and going and so they could at least see the logistics of where our cabs were,” said Ryan Perrin, Owner of BlackedOut 406 TAXI & LIMOUSINE. For the last two days, t...

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Local artist gives GFHS inspirational facelift

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GREAT FALLS- Great Falls High School got an inspirational facelift thanks to one local artist. Eileen Laskowski is using three simple tools to uplift people inside and outside of Great Falls High. By taking a pen, a piece of paper, and a paperclip, she creates messages like the ones you see.  She writes about thoughts, experiences, or emotions stemming all from her personal sketchbook. Eileen explains it's important for high school students to have access to the creative proces...

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7 cited after sit-in, protest at Montana GOP office in Missoula

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MISSOULA - Seven people protesting the Senate vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh were cited after occupying the Montana GOP office on Friday afternoon.

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