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Forest Service Wants Ski Areas Open Longer

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For the most part, the ski season is either over or winding down, but that doesn't mean the resorts have to close until next winter. More>>

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Warmer Weather Means Cops Are Back On Hogs

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It's a sign of warm weather when Kalispell police officers bust out their motorcycles. More>>

Report Ranks Lumberjack As 2014's Worst Career

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A new report shows in 2014 logging is at the top of the list of jobs you want to steer clear of. More>>

UM Easter Egg Hunt Goes Green

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With thousands of plastic eggs set to speckle the lawn at the University of Montana this weekend, a Missoula business is keeping the event green. More>>

Herron Park Gets Closer To Growing

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A Kalispell park is $60,000 closer to reaching its ideal size: 320 acres. More>>

Griz Breakfast Burrito Makes Bracket Of 32 Best College Campus Eats

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The University of Montana's famous Griz breakfast burrito once again gains national attention. More>>

Dept. of Justice Files Extension in Van Valkenburg Lawsuit

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U.S. Attorney Michael Cotter says the Department of Justice needs more time to respond to a lawsuit filed by the Missoula County Attorney's office. And... County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg agrees.The More>>

Report Shows Missoula Housing Market Is Expanding

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A new report shows the Missoula Housing market is expanding. Last year home sales were the highest they've been since 2007. More>>

Ravalli Co. Commissioners Put Lawsuit Against Treasurer On Hold

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Ravalli County Commissioners put plans to file a lawsuit against the Ravalli County Treasurer on hold. More>>

No Serious Injuries In Missoula Garage Fire

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No one is hurt after an early morning garage fire in Missoula, but Missoula firefighters said it was a close call. More>>

Menus Could Change Due To Rising Food Prices

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Economists say the price of some types of food is more than 10-percent higher than what they were at this time last year. More>>

Renovations Okayed For Kalispell Grandstand

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Flathead county commissioners are giving the go ahead for a fairgrounds fix-up. More>>

Tickets To See Thunderbirds On Sale

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The Thunderbirds are coming back to town in August and you can save your seat now. More>>

People Ask Commissioners To Explain FEMA Grant Termination

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Thursday morning several people asked the Flathead county commissioners to explain their decision to back out of a federal grant that would help stabilize a bluff off Whitefish Stage Road. More>>

Kalispell Downtown Plan Needs Tax Dollars

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The Kalispell Urban Renewal Agency is asking city council to put their money where their mouth is. More>>

Affordable Care Act Costing Less Than Expected

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The Congressional Budget Office said the Affordable Care Act is going to cost the federal government less than previously anticipated. More>>

Brewers Fight Back Against FDA's Proposed Animal Feed Regulation

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A battle brews between beer makers and the Food and Drug Administration. More>>

UM Launches Study To Improve Student Transportation

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The University of Montana looks to improve transportation for current and future UM students, including those who will attend the new Missoula College. More>>

Briggs Accomplices Appear In Court

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Two people appear in court on Wednesday after allegedly helping sex offender, Kevin Briggs escape his shackles and elude police. More>>

Forest Service Encourages Year-Round Use Of Ski Areas

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The US Forest Service is trying to encourage ski areas to make use of their federal land year-round. More>>

Libby Dam Increases Flow To Max Out Electricity Output

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Officials at Libby dam are gearing up from some heavy spring runoff. More>>

People Stay Despite Contamination, City Looks To Expand Services

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Some people's worry about the contamination coming from the defunct aluminum plant in Columbia Falls has caused them to pack up and leave town, but city officials say overall the population is holding steady. More>>

Mansfield Conference Puts Spotlight on Human Trafficking

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Studies show more than 17,000 people are being trafficked across the U.S. every year. More>>

Missoula Reviews Credit Card, Mobile Parking Pay Options

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The streets of Missoula could have new meter technology installed to make parking easier and faster for drivers. More>>

Coroner Releases Name of Man in Motorcycle Crash Death

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Authorities release the name of the man who died in a motorcycle crash off Highway 93 on Monday. More>>

Sheriff's Office Searches for East Missoula Stalking Suspects

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The Missoula County Sheriff's Office is asking the public to help identify two men accused of stalking three young girls in East Missoula. More>>

Work Gets Rolling On Downtown Kalispell Roads

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If you've been driving through downtown Kalispell, you might notice it's taking longer than usual. More>>

Ranchers Can Sign Up For Past Disaster Relief

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Ranchers who suffered livestock losses in 2012 and 2013 can now sign up for disaster relief. More>>

April Proclaimed Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Week

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Mayor John Engen calls on the community to end child abuse. More>>

Firefighters Prepare For 2014 Wildfire Season

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Wildfire season is just about here, and the Missoula Fire Department and Missoula Rural Fire District are already gearing up. More>>

Officials Warn Lolo Residents Of Flash Flood Risks

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Emergency officials are warning residents along Highway 12, affected by last summer's Lolo Complex Fires, to prepare for flooding, debris slides and flash flooding. A team made up of local response More>>

Will Fourth Try Be A Charm For Whitefish Developer?

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For the fourth time in a year, Community Infill Partners is pitching plans for a subdivision on East Second Street in Whitefish. More>>

Panel Discussion Kicks off Prescription Drug Awareness Week

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Experts said prescription drug misuse is one of the biggest healthcare problems in the U.S. today. More>>

Missoula Runner Honors Boston Bombing Victims

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One year ago today, two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 200 others. More>>

Whitefish Lake Lodge Asks To Expand Marina

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Whitefish Lake Lodge asks for more places to park boats and more marina. More>>

Butte's Jewish Community Celebrates Passover

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For the second straight night, Jews across the world will sit down for a second Seder to continue the celebration of Passover. More>>

No City Trespassing Charges Filed in Avalanche Case

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The Missoula City Attorney said they will not file trespassing charges against any of the snowboarders who triggered the Mount Jumbo avalanche in February. More>>

Fee Free Weekend For National Parks

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This week is National Park Week and you can celebrate in Glacier National Park for free. More>>

Flathead Job Fair Attracts More Than 70 Employers

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More than seventy companies looking to hire will all be in one place tomorrow. More>>

Missoula Encourages "Smart911" Signups

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Missoula county officials are encouraging community members to sign up for a free service to help emergency responders tailor their response to an individual or family's unique needs. More>>

Van Valkenburg Speaks On Filing No Charges In Avalanche Death

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The Missoula County Attorney's Office announced on Monday, no charges will be filed against anyone in connection with the Mount Jumbo avalanche that killed one person, and buried two others. More>>

Crews Help Lolo Residents Prepare For Potential Flooding

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Emergency officials are visiting residents along Highway 12 in Lolo on Tuesday to talk about potential flooding and debris slides that could come as a result of the 2013 Lolo Complex Fire. More>>

South Part of Mount Jumbo Reopens

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After being closed for the winter, part of Mount Jumbo is now open to the community More>>

Five Charged In Helping Briggs Escape

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Charges are now filed against five people accused of helping a convicted rapist, who walked out of the Gallatin County Law and Justice Center in February. More>>

CMC Responds To St. Pat's Obstetric Program Announcement

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Community Medical Center officials said they're saddened to hear the news of Providence St. Patrick Hospital's decision to move into obstetrics and neonatal intensive care. More>>

Training Tip: Come When Called

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This week trainer Jean Biggins and Bosco bring us "how to come when called." More>>

Sen. Walsh Aims to Reduce Student Loan Debt

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Senator John Walsh visits the University of Montana about reducing student loan debt and college affordability. Senator Walsh met with UM faculty, staff and students to learn about the challenges of More>>

Rhino Bar Employees Learn to Prevent Sexual Violence

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The Rhino bar in Missoula was crowded on Monday, but at a much earlier hour than usual. More>>

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  • Woman Reunited With Her Dog That Was Stolen On 1st Date

    Woman Reunited With Her Dog That Was Stolen On 1st Date

    Sunday, April 20 2014 1:57 PM EDT2014-04-20 17:57:01 GMT
    DOVER, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey woman has been reunited with her Yorkshire Terrier and flat-screen TV that were snatched during her first date with a man she met online.The woman called police to say her dog, Violet, had been tied by its leash to the TV and left in the front yard of her Dover home early Saturday.
    DOVER, N.J. (AP) - A New Jersey woman has been reunited with her Yorkshire Terrier and flat-screen TV that were snatched during her first date with a man she met online.The woman called police to say her dog, Violet, had been tied by its leash to the TV and left in the front yard of her Dover home early Saturday.
  • Pot Holiday Tries To Go Mainstream

    Pot Holiday Tries To Go Mainstream

    Sunday, April 20 2014 1:32 PM EDT2014-04-20 17:32:33 GMT
    DENVER (AP) - The 4/20 stoner holiday is going mainstream in Colorado.April 20 has traditionally been a day for marijuana activists to defiantly light up to protest their drug of choice being outlawed. But Colorado has legalized pot. This weekend is filled with marijuana-themed activities that will culminate at a festival at a park in downtown Denver.
    DENVER (AP) - The 4/20 stoner holiday is going mainstream in Colorado.April 20 has traditionally been a day for marijuana activists to defiantly light up to protest their drug of choice being outlawed. But Colorado has legalized pot. This weekend is filled with marijuana-themed activities that will culminate at a festival at a park in downtown Denver.
  • Creeping Landslide Devouring Part Of Wyoming Town

    Creeping Landslide Devouring Part Of Wyoming Town

    Saturday, April 19 2014 10:53 PM EDT2014-04-20 02:53:30 GMT
    JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - No one can say when the mountainside collapsing into this Wyoming resort town will give way. But it appears increasingly likely that when it does, it's going to take a piece of Jackson with it.Workers and residents have watched helplessly as the slow-motion landslide spanning hundreds of yards split a house in two and buckled pavement.
    JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - No one can say when the mountainside collapsing into this Wyoming resort town will give way. But it appears increasingly likely that when it does, it's going to take a piece of Jackson with it.Workers and residents have watched helplessly as the slow-motion landslide spanning hundreds of yards split a house in two and buckled pavement.
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  • Car hits packed Florida church, injuring 21

    Car hits packed Florida church, injuring 21

    Monday, April 21 2014 6:13 AM EDT2014-04-21 10:13:15 GMT
    Authorities say a driver trying to park before an Easter concert at a packed Florida church inadvertently drove into the building and through a concrete outer wall and several pews, injuring about 20 people.
    A car slammed into a packed Florida church just as its annual Easter concert was about to begin, injuring 21 people as it barreled through the brick outer wall and several rows of pews, Fort Myers police said.
  • Dozens denied Navy base access due to past crimes

    Dozens denied Navy base access due to past crimes

    Monday, April 21 2014 4:23 AM EDT2014-04-21 08:23:21 GMT
    Dozens of transportation workers have been denied access to Navy bases on the East Coast because of their criminal histories since more stringent rules were put in place following a fatal shooting aboard a...
    Dozens of transportation workers have been denied access to Navy bases on the East Coast because of their criminal histories since more stringent rules were put in place following a fatal shooting aboard a destroyer in...
  • Teen OK after riding in wheel well of Hawaii jet

    Teen OK after riding in wheel well of Hawaii jet

    Monday, April 21 2014 4:23 AM EDT2014-04-21 08:23:19 GMT
    Officials say a 16-year-old boy is "lucky to be alive" and unharmed after flying from California to Hawaii stowed away in a plane's wheel well, surviving cold temperatures at 38,000 feet and a lack of oxygen.
    Officials say a 16-year-old boy is "lucky to be alive" and unharmed after flying from California to Hawaii stowed away in a plane's wheel well, surviving cold temperatures at 38,000 feet and a lack of oxygen.
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  • SKorean president: Ferry crew actions 'murderous'

    SKorean president: Ferry crew actions 'murderous'

    Monday, April 21 2014 6:03 AM EDT2014-04-21 10:03:23 GMT
    South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry committed "unforgivable, murderous acts" in the disaster, which left more than 300 people dead or missing.
    South Korean President Park Geun-hye said Monday that the captain and some crew members of the sunken ferry committed "unforgivable, murderous behavior," while criticism of her own government's handling of the disaster...
  • Somali lawmaker killed in car bomb explosion

    Somali lawmaker killed in car bomb explosion

    Monday, April 21 2014 6:03 AM EDT2014-04-21 10:03:20 GMT
    A Somali police official says a legislator in the country's parliament has been killed in a car bomb explosion in the Somali capital on Monday.
    A Somali police official says a legislator in the country's parliament has been killed in a car bomb explosion in the Somali capital on Monday.
  • Syria to hold presidential election on June 3

    Syria to hold presidential election on June 3

    Monday, April 21 2014 5:53 AM EDT2014-04-21 09:53:29 GMT
    Syria's state-run media say a pair of mortar shells hit near the parliament building in central Damascus, killing five people.
    Syria's parliament speaker says the country will hold presidential elections on June 3.
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  • The Grizzly Hurling Team: Introducing Montana To Something New

    The Grizzly Hurling Team: Introducing Montana To Something New

    Friday, April 18 2014 11:48 PM EDT2014-04-19 03:48:09 GMT
    Have you ever heard of the sport hurling?  Not curling, but hurling with an "H" If you're like me, you may have had no idea what that is,but the University of Montana has a pretty impressive hurling team
    Hurling is one of the most popular sports in Ireland, but April 19th is when the first ever Hurling game in Montana will be played by the Grizzlies Hurling Team
  • Several Hospitalized After Easter Night Crash

    Several Hospitalized After Easter Night Crash

    Monday, April 21 2014 1:45 AM EDT2014-04-21 05:45:17 GMT
    Several People are recovering after a two vehicle crash north of Spokane near Elk at the intersection of Madison and Frideger. The Spokane County Sheriff's Department tell us the drivers of both cars may have been impaired. It happened around 7 p.m. Sunday night. There were several people injured in those vehicles, but its not clear how serious those injuries are. Stay with KHQ.com for more on this developing story.
    Several People are recovering after a two vehicle crash north of Spokane near Elk at the intersection of Madison and Frideger. The Spokane County Sheriff's Department tell us the drivers of both cars may have been impaired. It happened around 7 p.m. Sunday night. There were several people injured in those vehicles, but its not clear how serious those injuries are. Stay with KHQ.com for more on this developing story.
  • Montana/ Idaho Border: Lookout Pass Closed After Landslide

    Montana/ Idaho Border: Lookout Pass Closed After Landslide

    Sunday, March 30 2014 10:36 PM EDT2014-03-31 02:36:40 GMT
    LOOKOUT PASS, Montana- Lookout Pass near the Idaho/Montana Border is shutdown down following a landslide on I-90. D.O.T. crews are on the scene Sunday evening clearing trying to clear the scene.
    LOOKOUT PASS, Montana- Lookout Pass near the Idaho/Montana Border is shutdown down following a landslide on I-90. D.O.T. crews are on the scene Sunday evening clearing trying to clear the scene.
  • Our Lady of the Rockies Statue Turned Red After Prank

    Our Lady of the Rockies Statue Turned Red After Prank

    Thursday, April 17 2014 8:05 PM EDT2014-04-18 00:05:47 GMT
    According to the Butte-Silver Bow County Police Department, the "Our Lady of the Rockies Statue" turned red on Wednesday night after four young adults put cellophane over the white lights.Undersheriff
    According to the Butte-Silver Bow County Police Department, the "Our Lady of the Rockies Statue" turned red on Wednesday night after four young adults put cellophane over the white lights.
  • Pilot Taken To Hospital After Plane Crash In Spangle

    Pilot Taken To Hospital After Plane Crash In Spangle

    Monday, April 21 2014 1:39 AM EDT2014-04-21 05:39:31 GMT
    A Pilot is in the hospital after he was forced to make an emergency landing near the Spangle Airstrip. Spokane County Sheriffs Deputies say the pilot was transported to the hospital. It's not known how badly he was injured or why he was forced to make an emergency landing.
    A Pilot is in the hospital after he was forced to make an emergency landing near the Spangle Airstrip. Spokane County Sheriffs Deputies say the pilot was transported to the hospital. It's not known how badly he was injured or why he was forced to make an emergency landing.
  • Former Griz Football Player Battles Cancer

    Former Griz Football Player Battles Cancer

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 7:00 PM EDT2014-04-08 23:00:04 GMT
    A former Griz football player prepares to take on different kind of physical challenge, after learning he has cancer. Former linebacker Cole Lockwood got his diagnosis just last week and is now recovering
    A former Griz football player prepares to take on different kind of physical challenge, after learning he has cancer.
  • The Beast on the MSU Defensive Line: Taylor Sheridan

    The Beast on the MSU Defensive Line: Taylor Sheridan

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 12:14 AM EDT2014-04-16 04:14:50 GMT
    Media and coaches have described defensive tackle Taylor Sheridan as physically imposing. The junior only knows how to play one way. "Aggressive. The past few years have been trying to get used to the
    Media and coaches have described defensive tackle Taylor Sheridan as physically imposing. The junior only knows how to play one way.
  • Frontage Road Crash Victim Identified

    Frontage Road Crash Victim Identified

    Thursday, April 17 2014 1:37 PM EDT2014-04-17 17:37:02 GMT
    The Gallatin County coroner says 30-year-old Kari Friedman from Bozeman died in a crash at the intersection of Frontage and Valley Center Roads Wednesday. The Montana Highway Patrol said Friedman was turning
    The Gallatin County coroner says 30-year-old Kari Friedman from Bozeman died in a crash at the intersection of Frontage and Valley Center Roads Wednesday.
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