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Authorities Get Dozens Of Tips & Narrow Search For Lucius Robbi

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Dozens of tips pour into sheriff's departments in Montana and Idaho, but there's been no luck in finding missing University of Montana student Lucius Robbi. More>>

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Shopping Smart For Back to School Supplies

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While parents and students are busy stocking up on all the classroom necessities, they don't need to break the bank to do so.
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Montana Sends Off Miss America Hopeful

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Montana says good-bye to its Miss America hopeful.
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Complaint Filed Against Incoming Missoula Sheriff

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?Weeks after the June primary for Missoula county sheriff, the second place finisher files a complaint.
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PHOTOS: National Dog Day!

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August 26 is National Dog Day! National Dog Day was created back in 2004, and it gives us a chance to stop and appreciate those who offer us their unconditional love, support, and acceptance: our pups! More>>

New Solar Powered Bus Stop

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This project was put together by four students who took part in the i-3 Group program, and they are calling their project: a "Green Stop." More>>

Federal Investigation Into Missoula Pipe Bomb Case

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A federal agency investigates the recent discovery of a pipe bomb in a Missoula garage. More>>

MCPS Buildings Get Summer Repairs

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Missoula County Public school students head back to class Wednesday morning.
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Project Lead The Way Starts Second Year At Missoula Middle School

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The second year of Project Lead the Way is about to begin at several middle schools in Missoula. More>>

Charter Changes From Analog To All Digital Signals

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Charter Communications gets a tune up, meaning ABC Fox Montana is now on a different channel. More>>

Judge Denies Motion to Move Kaarma Trial

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A Missoula District Court judge will not allow Markus Kaarma's trial to move out of Missoula County. More>>

Gang Violence Slows Down In Missoula

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An autopsy shows gang symbols were carved into it Gilbert Barry's body, the man who was shot and killed before being thrown into the Clark Fork River. More>>

Missoula City Council Passes New Urban Renewal District

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Missoula city council passes an effort to create an urban renewal district in the Hellgate Canyon area.
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Hospital With Brand New Facility Makes Cuts

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Just months after cutting the ribbon at Cabinet Peaks Medical Center, the new hospital makes some cuts in staffing.
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Missoula County's Budget Could Include Tax Hike

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You might face steeper taxes if you live in Missoula County. Commissioners will take people's input on Wednesday and could approve the more than $126 million budget Thursday.
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Mother & Cubs Moved Back To Flathead Indian Reservation

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FWP recaptures a mother Grizzly bear and her two cubs along the Flathead River, relocating the family to a familiar place.
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Montana Sees Drop In ACT Scores

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A recent ACT college readiness report shows Montana high school students have a lot of room for improvement before they hit college. Only 23% of Montana students met ACT college readiness benchmarks, compared to 26% nationwide.


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Bail, Arraignment Dates Set For Kalispell Six Caught In Sex Sting

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We learn more about six of the men caught in a four-day, online sex sting.
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OSHA Investigates Kalispell Walmart After Employee Death

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An OSHA team investigates the death of a Kalispell Walmart employee who fell from a ladder on Friday.
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Homicide Suspects Could Be In Wyoming Or Colorado

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On Monday we learned new details on the search for the suspects allegedly involved in the murder of a Missoula transient whose body was found in the Clark Fork River. More>>

UM Sees Jump In New Students Video included

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It's the first official day of classes for students at the University of Montana and things are off to a busy start. More>>

Family Searches For Missing UM Student Video included

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Friends, family and law enforcement search for a missing Idaho man who is overdue in arriving in Missoula to start school at UM. More>>

Road Closures in Yellowstone After Labor Day

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Two sections of Yellowstone's Grand Loop Road will be closed due to construction after the Labor Day holiday weekend.
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More Details On The Sex Sting Seven

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Seven men sit behind bars and more could be headed that way after a four-day investigation headed by the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force.
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Donation Warehouse Makes Record Donation Of Its Own

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Donation Warehouse celebrates a record year so far, and a record donation, with ice cream.
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Bullock Speaks On Appointing Walsh

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In the wake of plagiarism allegations against Senator John Walsh, Governor Steve Bullock opens up about his decision to appoint Walsh to the Senate seat. More>>

Groundbreaking Held For New Missoula College

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It's a landmark day for two-year education in Montana, as state and local leaders break ground on the new Missoula College site. More>>

Pipe Bomb Suspect Not Facing Criminal Charges Video included

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The man arrested after police found a pipe bomb in a Missoula home no longer faces criminal charges. More>>

Near Drowning At Currents Aquatic Center

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Currents Aquatic Center experiences a close call Friday. More>>

Seven Arrested in Kalispell Sex Sting Video included

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A four-day online sex sting ends with the arrest of seven Flathead men for sexual abuse of children, and more arrests are pending. More>>

Project Aims To Flash Some Light On The Food Service Industry

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For many of us, it's a first job. For others, it's a way of life.
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Daines Gets More Money Outside Montana, Curtis Works To Close Fundraising Gap

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About a third of the $5 million Representative Steve Daines has raised so far comes from Montana, and the Democratic challenger-- less than a week in-- gets off to a strong start.
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Sheriff Deputy Dunn Memorial

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Full coverage from the memorial of Deputy Joe Dunn.


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Suspect Charged with Homicide in Deputy's Death Video included

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The man suspected of hitting and killing a Cascade County Sheriff's Deputy Joe Dunn is now charged with deliberate homicide in Dunn's death. More>>

Rising Firefighting Costs Impacts Forest Service Budget

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A new report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture reveals the cost, as well as the budget, for fighting wildfires has increased over the last two decades.
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MT Air National Guard Works To Prevent Flooding On Taber Dam

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This summer a Montana Air National Guard squadron is working on the second phase of a project to prevent a century-old dam surrounding Saint Mary Lake near St. Ignatius from flooding. More>>

Pipe Bomb Suspect To Appear in Court

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The 27-year-old man arrested after a pipe bomb was found in a Missoula home, faces a judge Friday. More>>

One Dead In Crash North Of Whitefish

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A 23-year-old woman is dead and two other people are in serious condition following a crash on Highway 93 north of Whitefish that snarled traffic for over two hours.
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Daines Leads Curtis In New Senate Poll

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A U.S. Senate poll was released on Wednesday after the Montana Democratic Party nominated State Representative Amanda Curtis to campaign in place of Senator John Walsh. More>>

Governor Makes Proclamation, Charges Come Down For Deputy's Death

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Flags will be flown at half-staff throughout Montana Thursday in honor of a Cascade county sheriff's deputy who died in the line of duty.
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National Honesty Index

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Honesty is on the rise in the United States and Missoula ranks in the top.
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Efforts to Count All of America's Military Veterans in U.S. Census Move Forward

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The national veterans organization passed a Montana resolution, making sure the U.S. Census Bureau fully counts all military veterans. More>>

CSKT Sees A Few Firsts, Makes Headway In Land Buy Back Program

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The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes make history.
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Bounty Hunters Wanted to Track Down Billionaire's Assets

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A firm representing creditors of the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky is seeking help to uncover hidden assets of the club's billionaire co-founder, Tim Blixseth. More>>

Fire Danger Downgrades To High

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Cooler weather and rain showers are bringing down fire danger across Western Montana.Fire danger is now at “high”, down from “very high” in previous weeks.
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Man in Custody After Pipe Bomb Found in Residential Area Video included

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Missoula police arrest 27-year-old Andrew Ibey for possession of a destructive device. More>>

Timber Product Industry Working Under Capacity Video included

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Montana mill laborers ask lawmakers for help to speed up timber production, which they say is driving up prices.
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River City Roots Festival Kicks Off Saturday

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Thousands of people are expected to congregate in the heart of Missoula this weekend for the ninth annual River City Roots Festival Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 23-24.
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Montana's Unemployment Rate Rises to 4.6%

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Although Montana's unemployment rate sits at 4.6%, a slight increase from last month, the city of Bozeman seems to have an economy of its own. More>>

Update: Bomb Threat at Missoula Home

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Missoula police are on the scene of a possible bomb threat near the intersection of Stevens and Spartan Dr. One home is being investigated and both neighboring homes have been evacuated. We will bring you the latest information as it becomes available. More>>

Missoula County Public Schools Passes This Year's Budget

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Just days away from the first day of school, the Missoula County Public Schools board of trustees passes the 2014-2015 budget. More>>

Walsh Hands Out Left Over Campaign Funds

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Senator John Walsh has started distributing his leftover campaign money after pulling the plug on his senate race earlier this month.
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Missoula Fire Department To Get New Ladder Truck Video included

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The city looks for a way to fund an almost one million dollar ladder truck for the Missoula Fire Department. More>>

Police, Father Search for Missing Missoula Man Video included

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Missoula police help family members search for Monte Swanson, 24, a missing Missoula man who is known to hang out at transient camps. More>>

Horse Injures Visitor at Wild Horse Island State Park

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Montana State Parks reports a visitor was injured on Sunday at Wild Horse Island State Park after coming in contact with a wild horse. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials are investigating the incident and no further details are available at this time.
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Huson Man Killed in Alberton Rollover

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A 58-year-old Huson man died after he rolled his car on I-90 west of Alberton. More>>

Deputy Joseph Dunn to be Honored

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The funeral arrangements are announced today for Cascade County Sheriff's Deputy, Joseph Dunn. On Thursday, at 1:00 pm, a memorial service will take place in Great Falls at Four Seasons Arena to honor the life and service of Sheriff Deputy and Missoula native, Joseph Dunn.
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Democratic Senate Candidate Amanda Curtis

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With just eleven weeks until the general election the Montana democrats nominated state representative Amanda Curtis as their candidate in the race to take Senator Max Baucus's seat in the U.S. Senate. More>>

Thompson River Complex Fire 50% Contained

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Crews contain about half of the Thompson River Complex fire.
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Montana Timber Industry Hits Log Jam

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Montana's timber industry sees more green than it has in a while, but it's hitting a log jam.
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Missoula Man Drowns on Middle Thompson Lake Video included

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A man drowned Saturday evening after falling off of a boat on Middle Thompson Lake.
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Seepay Fire Grows in Size and Cost Video included

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Crews continue to battle the Seepay Fire burning west of Dixon, as it wracks up acres and tax dollars.
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Steve Daines Reacts to Amanda Curtis Nomination

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Congressman Steve Daines says not much of his campaign will change now that he has a new opponent.
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WATCH: Glacier time lapse video gets adorable photobomb

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KHQ.COM - Members of Greenpeace USA were recently looking to capture a timelapse video of a valley in Glacier National Park in an effort to raise awareness about climate change and how it is impacting the park's glacier and tundra. However, their video was interrupted by what might just be the most adorable photobomb ever. As "The Dude" would say, "Oh, nice marmot." More>>

Girl Dies in YNP Fall

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A young girl died Sunday morning after falling into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. More>>

Name Released In Highway 2 Fatality

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The Flathead County Sheriff's Department releases the name of the 59-year-old woman who died in a vehicle versus motorcycle crash at the intersection of Highway 2 and West Valley Drive Sunday. More>>

Detection Dogs Hot on the Trail of Conservation

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Six-year-old yellow lab Lily bounced between a Georgia shelter and five different homes before she landed in Montana and a career in conservation. More>>

Naked Bike Ride Set For Sunday

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Despite many concerned emails and phone calls to the city, the naked bike ride through Missoula is on for Sunday.
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Yellowstone Construction After Labor Day

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It'll be slow goings through two parts of Yellowstone's Grand Loop Road after Labor day.
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Cobell Settlement Checks Could Be Mailed By Fall 2014

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The people in charge of doling out money in the Cobell settlement want to put checks in the mail by this fall.
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Social Security Bills that Could Impact Many Montanans

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One in five Montanans are on social security, a hot topic this coming election. Many people have an opinion on the federal program and there are some bills currently in front of congress that could have a major impact on a large portion of Montanans. More>>

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