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Montana Tech Teams Up with Ford Motor Co.

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Ford Motor Company and a professor from Montana Tech University have teamed up together under a cooperative agreement to develop a battery test system that would be used in future ford cars and trucks. More>>

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Butte Laundromat Burglarized Twice in Same Week

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It's happened again, Front Street Laundromat in Butte gets hit by another burglar. It's happened two times in a five day period, causing thousands of dollars in damages and leaving the owner fed up."I've lost 34-hundred dollars in the last few days and I sure would like to catch these guys," said the owner of Front Street Laundromat Don Heffington. And that just might happen. Surveillance footage captured a pretty clear image of the suspect.Police responded to Front Street Laundromat around s... More>>

New Website Connects Grads to Montana Jobs

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A new website launched by the Montana High Tech Business Alliance aims at keeping Montana college graduates in the state. The website currently lists about 45 available internships or employment positions. More>>

Alcohol Education Now Mandatory at Mont. Universities

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A comprehensive tutorial on alcohol abuse prevention is now mandatory at all Montana universities.
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Charges Filed in YNP Drone Incidents

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A Dutch man is now facing federal charges after crashing his drone into the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park. More>>

Shakespeare Play "As You Like It"

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The Shakespeare play "As You Like It" will be showcased in Butte, at the Original Mine Yard Friday night. The play will take on an early 1900's Butte era theme.
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Idaho Authorities Locate Missing UM Student

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The Boise County Sheriff's Department confirmed on Thursday evening that officials in Idaho located Lucius Robbi and his vehicle.


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City of Bozeman Sued Over Non-Discrimination Ordinance

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Five Bozeman residents sue the city of Bozeman over its newly adopted Non-Discrimination Ordinance (NDO), which aims to protect members of the LGBT community from discrimination inside and outside of their home.
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Health Officials Urge Vaccinations

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It's the start of a new school year which means health officials are pushing for children to get their vaccinations done.One of the main health concerns as students head back to school is pertussis also known as whooping cough.
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Bozeman Broadband Initiative

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With an explosion of growth in Bozeman, the city has seen gaps when it comes to its internet capabilities. This initiated a $70,000 study the city is referring to as the Bozeman Broadband Initiative.
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Bozeman Boat Club Gets New Dragon Boat

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The Montana Vikings Dragon Boat Club in Bozeman, takes to the water in a brand new boat.
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Changes Coming to Huffine and Love Lanes

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The Montana Department of Transportation is reaching out to the public for comments on proposed changes at the intersection of Love and Huffine Lanes in Bozeman. Those changes include the installation of traffic signals and a left turn lane. More>>

Amber Alert For Lame Deer Girl

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An Amber Alert is issued for a 14-year-old Lame Deer girl. More>>

August Rain Causes Havoc for Wheat Farmers

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The rainy August has an enormous impact on Montana's largest industry, agriculture; not only in the Gallatin Valley, but all across the state. Wheat farmers in particular are having a difficult time, as this is the time they would normally be harvesting their crop.
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More Acreage Added to Crown of the Continent

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The U.S. Forest Service purchased more than 26,000-acres of land in Western Montana, securing more recreation and wildlife habitat for the Crown of the Continent. More>>

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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Shooting Range Death Sparks National Safety Concern

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A rash of safety questions erupt across the nation after a 9-year-old girl accidentally shoots and kills a firearms instructor at an Arizona shooting range on Monday. More>>

UM Grads Invention Breaks Kickstarter Record

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A University of Montana graduate gets national attention, after his invention breaks a record on Kickstarter.com, a popular platform used to fund creative projects. More>>

Yallup Appears in Anaconda District Court

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An Anaconda mother accused of taking her newborn from the hospital against doctor's orders, pleads not guilty to a separate allegation that she checked into the hospital under her sister's name. More>>

Anaconda Visions a New Downtown

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Anaconda takes steps to spruce up the downtown business area and surrounding neighborhoods. Rundown buildings aren't very inviting to the public. That's where the Anaconda-Deer Lodge Urban Renewal Plans to build a rejuvenated downtown come into play. More>>

Thieves Target Storage Units, Construction Sites in Gallatin County

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Thieves are targeting storage units and construction sites in the Gallatin County area, stealing about $50,000 in tools and equipment. More>>

Yellowstone Nat'l Park Employee Found Dead Near Historic Lodge Video included

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Authorities investigate the death of a 21-year-old Yellowstone National Park concessions employee, after her body was found near the Old Faithful Lodge. More>>

Celebrate Labor Day Weekend at Yellowstone National Park

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Yellowstone National Park is ready and rearing for the end-of-Summer rush. All campgrounds, stores, services, lodging, service stations, restaurants, and other activities and services will be open for the public to enjoy this Labor Day Weekend.
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August is General Aviation Month in Montana

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Governor Steve Bullock names August ‘General Aviation Month' here in Montana. Often times when you think of an airport, you think of a commercial airport servicing the large airlines.
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Benefit of Owning a Dog

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We have a Flag Day, a Grandparents Day, but why not have a day where we can celebrate our four-legged friends, a day to appreciate man's best friend; well that day does exist. Today is National Dog Day. More>>

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>>

Man Burglarizes Butte Laundromat

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A man who burglarized a Laundromat in Butte is not only behind bars, but now has a laundry list of charges to answer to. Early Tuesday morning police were called to Front Street Laundromat with reports of a man breaking into washing machines and stealing quarters. More>>

Butte Man Stabbed

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A Butte man is behind bars after leaving another man seriously injured with multiple stab wounds.The stabbing took place at Silver Bow Homes, a public housing complex in uptown Butte. More>>

$181 Million Budget Approved

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Butte-Silver Bow leaders approve a large budget at a special city council meeting held Monday night.


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Butte Mom Will Appear in Court

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A Butte mom charged with criminal endangerment of a child will face charges in Anaconda District Court Wednesday.  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>>

UPDATED: Missing Belgrade 4-Year-Old Found

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Belgrade police need your helping in finding a missing 4-year-old boy.
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Bozeman Reviewing Fate of Historic East Willson School

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City commissioners are revisiting the status of the East Willson School. More>>

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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Toddler Survives Fall From Three Story Window; No Injuries Video included

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A very lucky toddler escapes injury after falling out of a three story window in Butte. It happened August 22 at the Silver Bow Village Apartments on Evans Street.
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BSB Law Enforcement Agility Testing Video included

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Three times a year officers of the Butte-Silver Bow Law Enforcement have their physical endurance put to the test. They are required to go through the Montana physical agility test also known as the M-PAT.
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Inmate Dies After Extended Illness

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A Montana State Prison inmate died this morning after extended illness, prison personnel say. 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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BSB Law Enforcement Accepts Ice Bucket Challenge

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Officers of the Butte-Silver Bow Law Enforcement accepted the ALS ice bucket challenge Friday.
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Former Deputy Sues Gallatin County Sheriff's Office

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Former deputy David Johnson is suing a Gallatin County Sheriff and his office.
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West Yellowstone Considers Eliminating Police Dept.

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Now that their police chief Gordon Berger has been fired, West Yellowstone is weighing the option of eliminating its police department. More>>

MSU Gears Up For New Year With Annual Catwalk

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Bobcat blue and gold flooded downtown Bozeman this afternoon as Montana State University athletes, musicians, and administrators marched their way down Main Street for the fifth annual Catwalk.
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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>>

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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MSU Debuts Multi-Million Fieldhouse Upgrade

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The Brick Breeden Field house at MSU starts off the school year with a fresh new look thanks to a multi-million dollar upgrade.
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Montana Tech Holds Mock Date Rape Trial

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As part of Montana Tech University's commitment to safety incoming freshmen attended a mandatory mock date rape trial to heighten awareness surrounding issues of sexual assault. More>>

Butte Man Charged with Prostitution

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Misdemeanor prostitution charges were filed against a 53 year-old Butte man. William McDaniel plead not guilty to prostitution Wednesday in Butte City Court. More>>

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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Sourdough Debuts New Fire Station

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Construction of the new 10,000 square foot Sourdough Fire Station is complete. More>>

Butte Mom To Face Child Endangerment Charges in Anaconda

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29 year old Michelle Renee Yallup of Butte who is currently serving time in a Utah jail will be brought back to Anaconda on August 22nd to face charges of child endangerment. More>>

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>>

Freshmen Move In To Montana Tech Dorms

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It's that time of year again for the hustle and bustle of college life as students make the transition from summer time to study time. 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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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>>

Animals Need Adopting

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The Butte-Silver Bow Animal Shelter asks people who are thinking about adopting a pet to consider getting one through a local shelter. More>>

Bozeman Approves Annexation of Riverside Community

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Bozeman city commissioners show their support for the annexation of the Riverside Community. Riverside Community will be annexed into the city over the next 18 months.
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Bozeman PD to Honor Deputy Joseph Dunn

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Thursday's memorial service for Cascade Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Dunn is sure to attract members of various law enforcement departments from all across the state. That includes officers from the Bozeman Police Department.
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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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Wise River Murder Suspects Make Appearance in Beaverhead Co. Video included

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The Wise River murder suspects made their first appearance in Beaverhead County Justice Court this morning. At the hearing today 29-year-old Christopher Stiles and 49-year-old Sandra Cantrell requested court appointed counsel. More>>

Noxious Weeds Video included

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Noxious weeds are a growing problem in Butte-Silver Bow and the Weed Control Department is asking folks to get rid of the weeds within ten days before they go to seed. More>>

Power Outage at Montana Tech

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Crews work to restore power to some parts of Montana Tech campus, after a contractor cut a power line 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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Butte Police Searching for Armed Robbery Suspect

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Butte police are looking for a man they say robbed the pharmacy at the Safeway store on Massachusetts Street. The robber pointed a gun at store staff and demanded prescription drugs. 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>>

Yellowstone Sees Two Deaths in Past Week

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Authorities identify the young girl, who died Sunday morning after falling into the Grand Canyon in Yellowstone National Park, as eight-year-old Zahra Allahyari. More>>

Disabled Voters Working to Make Voices Heard This Election

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Disabled Montanans are working to a make their voices heard this election by bringing the issues critical to them to the attention of key legislators. More>>

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>>

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Takes Country by Storm

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The ‘ALS Ice Bucket Challenge' has taken the country by storm through social media. Many of our viewers can attest to it, you cannot go onto your Facebook or any other social media accounts without seeing one of your friends dump a bucket of ice water on their head.
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Body of Missing Yellowstone Employee Recovered

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The body of a 22-year-old missing Yellowstone National Park employee was recovered Saturday evening.
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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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Montana Law Enforcement Memorial Adds One More Name

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The old Montana prison keeps track of all the law enforcement officers in the state who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
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U.S. Army War College Kicks Off Walsh Investigation

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Today the U.S. Army War college kicks off its official investigation into the plagiarism allegations against Senator John Walsh.
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Glacier National Park Sets New July Record

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Glacier National Parks hits a new high during one of the hottest months of the year.
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Three Forks Fire Department Chooses Replacement Fire Truck

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The Three Forks Fire Department held their first board meeting following the crash that claimed the life of their chief Todd Rummel and a family of 5.
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Red Lodge Woman Dies After I-90 Crash

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78-year-old Nancy Smith was died after crashing her motor around 5:30 pm on Tuesday evening. More>>

Lightning Sparks Concern for Wildfire Season

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This week's heavy rains brought temporary relief to fire efforts across the state, but the thousands of lightning strikes that hit southwestern Montana yesterday sparked concern about a prolonged wildfire season.
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Charges Filed in Wise River Case Video included

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Charges have been filed against the two suspects accused of killing Mark Robert Mullen. Beaverhead County Sheriff Jay Hansen filed the charges today in Justice Court. More>>

Headframe Spirits Plans to Expand

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Headframe Spirits in Butte has big plans brewing that would expand their whiskey business. Headframe Spirits wants to turn this old mining site into a full service whiskey plant.
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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>>

Wife: Robin Williams had early stages of Parkinson's Disease at time of death Video included

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Actor and comedian Robin Williams was sober but struggling with the early stages of Parkinson's Disease at the time of his death, according to his wife. Williams' wife released the following statement Thursday: More>>

James Ryan's Cause of Death Released Video included

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James Ryan's death certificate was released on Thursday, indicating that Ryan died as a result of mixed drug toxicity and the manner is suicide.
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Headframe Spirits Plans Third, Large Distillery in Butte

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The owners of Headframe Spirits announced plans to open a third distillery in Butte, one to rival that of large facilities in Kentucky and Indiana. More>>

New Ice Rink Coming to Bozeman

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Thanks to the efforts of the Gallatin Ice Foundation, Bozeman will soon get a new state of the art ice rink as construction started this week.
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Search Continues for Yellowstone Nat'l Park Employee

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Day two of the search is underway for a Yellowstone National Park employee--who was swept down the Yellowstone River Monday evening.
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Suspects Arrested in Beaverhead County Homicide Video included

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A man and woman identified as suspects in a recent death near Wise River in Beaverhead County are arrested in Missoula. More>>

Wise River Murder Investigation

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The investigation continues on the side of Beaverhead County authorities to get to the bottom of what caused the death of Mark Robert Mullen. More>>

Suicide Prevention and Awareness

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Sheriff officials say Robin Williams had been seeking treatment for depression. His sudden death has brought the delicate subject of suicide into the spotlight.
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Fire Truck Involved in Fatal Crash Was Recalled

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The same model of truck fire chief of Three Forks, Todd Rummel, was driving on June 19 was recalled back in 2005, after several accidents involving the same drive shaft failure.
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Looking Past Prescription to Treat Mental Illness

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The traditional go-to treatment for mental illness is often prescription drugs but there is a range of treatment that can have a major impact on the quality of peoples' lives.
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Montana Receives Test Grants from Education Dept.

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Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Education announced it awarded Montana 4,604 in grants to boost college readiness for underprivileged students. More>>

Walsh Makes First Appearance Since Withdrawal From Senate Race Video included

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As the Democratic Party gets ready to decide on a candidate in the race for Senate, current Senator John Walsh makes his first appearance after announcing his withdrawal. More>>

Midland Fire Near Bridger Contained

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Central Valley Fire District quickly contained a wildland fire on Nelson Road in Belgrade today. More>>

Crews Search for Georgia Man Missing in Yellowstone Nat'l Park Video included

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Search is underway for a 22-year-old missing Georgia man, and Parks concession employee, who was last seen last night being swept down the Yellowstone River. More>>

Wolverine Will Not be Listed as Endangered

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is no longer looking to have the wolverine listed as an endangered species. More>>

Mechanical Failure to Blame for June Highway 12 Fatal Crash Video included

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Investigators determine mechanical failure in a Three Forks fire truck caused a fiery crash on Highway 12 that killed six people on June 19. More>>

City Report: Bozeman Housing & Land Prices Rise

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Finding an affordable home in Bozeman is increasingly hard to do and for young, single-income professionals it is even more discouraging.
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Montanans Push for Actor Jeff Bridges to Run for U.S. Senate

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As Montana democratic leaders scramble to nominate a candidate to replace Senator Walsh for the U.S. Senate race, hundreds of Montanans have already voiced their choice for nominee, online, for actor Jeff Bridges.
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Beaverhead County Investigating Possible Homicide Near Wise River Video included

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Beaverhead County Coroner confirms an investigation is ongoing into a death that happened over the weekend by Wise River at a Forest Service campground along Big Hole River.
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MDT to Issue Permit to Move 'Mega Loads' from Idaho through Montana

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The Montana Department of Transportation will be issuing a permit to move one of three 'mega loads' from Idaho through Montana to its final destination of Great Falls. More>>

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  • USDA seizes more than 1,200 illegal giant snails

    USDA seizes more than 1,200 illegal giant snails

    Saturday, August 30 2014 5:01 AM EDT2014-08-30 09:01:03 GMT
    The giant African snail damages buildings, destroys crops and can cause meningitis in humans. But some people still want to collect, and even eat, the slimy invaders.
    The giant African snail damages buildings, destroys crops and can cause meningitis in humans. But some people still want to collect, and even eat, the slimy invaders.
  • California appeals teacher tenure ruling

    California appeals teacher tenure ruling

    Saturday, August 30 2014 2:30 AM EDT2014-08-30 06:30:45 GMT
    California Gov. Jerry Brown has filed an appeal of a court ruling that struck down tenure and other job protections for the state's teachers.
    Gov. Jerry Brown appealed a court ruling that struck down tenure and other job protections for California's teachers, setting himself apart from leaders in some other states who have fought to end such protections or...
  • Judge finds Texas abortion rules unconstitutional

    Judge finds Texas abortion rules unconstitutional

    Saturday, August 30 2014 1:12 AM EDT2014-08-30 05:12:50 GMT
    Tough new Texas abortion restrictions are on hold after a federal judge found Republican-led efforts to hold abortion clinics to hospital-level operating standards unconstitutional in a ruling that spares more than...
    Tough new Texas abortion restrictions are on hold after a federal judge found Republican-led efforts to hold abortion clinics to hospital-level operating standards unconstitutional in a ruling that spares more than a dozen...
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  • Columbia Basin Badger Club Hosts Gun Initiatives Debate

    Columbia Basin Badger Club Hosts Gun Initiatives Debate

    Friday, August 29 2014 10:09 PM EDT2014-08-30 02:09:43 GMT
    Representatives from Gun Initiatives 591 and 594 spoke about changes the initiatives could make to gun laws.Representatives from Gun Initiatives 591 and 594 spoke about changes the initiatives could make to gun laws.
    The Columbia Basin Badger Club hosted a panel discussion Friday for Gun Initiatives 591 and 594.
    The Columbia Basin Badger Club hosted a panel discussion Friday for Gun Initiatives 591 and 594.
  • All WA, ID, MT, Albertsons stores affected by security breach

    All WA, ID, MT, Albertsons stores affected by security breach

    Friday, August 29 2014 7:37 PM EDT2014-08-29 23:37:54 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Earlier this month Albertsons announced a data breach affecting customers who shopped in their stores any time between June 22, 2014 and July 17, 2014. 
    SPOKANE, Wash. - Earlier this month Albertsons announced a data breach affecting customers who shopped in their stores any time between June 22, 2014 and July 17, 2014. Before Friday, it was unclear which stores were impacted, but fraud investigators with AB Acquisition LLC, the company Albertsons is using to provide complimentary consumer identity protection services to customers, says that the breach impacts all stores in Washington, Idaho, and Montana.
  • Scam Phone Calls Continue; IRS Identifies Five Easy Ways to Spot Suspicious Calls

    Scam Phone Calls Continue; IRS Identifies Five Easy Ways to Spot Suspicious Calls

    Friday, August 29 2014 3:22 PM EDT2014-08-29 19:22:12 GMT
    WASHINGTON, D.C. - The following was sent out by the Internal Revenue Service:The Internal Revenue Service issued a consumer alert today providing taxpayers with additional tips to protect themselves from telephone scam artists calling and pretending to be with the IRS. 
    WASHINGTON, D.C. - The following was sent out by the Internal Revenue Service:The Internal Revenue Service issued a consumer alert today providing taxpayers with additional tips to protect themselves from telephone scam artists calling and pretending to be with the IRS. These callers may demand money or may say you have a refund due and try to trick you into sharing private information. 
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    Friday, August 15 2014 9:03 PM EDT2014-08-16 01:03:47 GMT
    The people in charge of doling out money in the Cobell settlement want to put checks in the mail by this fall.
    The people in charge of doling out money in the Cobell settlement want to put checks in the mail by this fall.
  • So Good: Herbert Gamboa

    So Good: Herbert Gamboa

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 10:14 PM EDT2014-08-14 02:14:23 GMT
    There's some new faces lining up at linebacker for the Grizzlies this season. One of those guys is Herbert Gamboa, who has been killing it so far in fall camp."He is fast, he has gotten to be 220-222 pounds, he is strong, he had a great summer in the weight room and I think Herbert is going to have a breakout year I really do," said Griz Defensive Coordinator Herbert Gamboa.Gamboa played his first two seasons as a back up safety because the Griz were thin at that position. He is now back at l...
    There's some new faces lining up at linebacker for the Grizzlies this season. One of those guys is Herbert Gamboa, who has been killing it so far in fall camp."He is fast, he has gotten to be 220-222 pounds, he is strong, he had a great summer in the weight room and I think Herbert is going to have a breakout year I really do," said Griz Defensive Coordinator Herbert Gamboa.Gamboa played his first two seasons as a back up safety because the Griz were thin at that position. He is now back at l...
  • UM Grads Invention Breaks Kickstarter Record

    UM Grads Invention Breaks Kickstarter Record

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 8:10 PM EDT2014-08-28 00:10:54 GMT
    A University of Montana graduate gets national attention, after his invention breaks a record on Kickstarter.com, a popular platform used to fund creative projects.
    A University of Montana graduate gets national attention, after his invention breaks a record on Kickstarter.com, a popular platform used to fund creative projects.
  • ABC Montana Sports, 8-29-14

    ABC Montana Sports, 8-29-14

    Saturday, August 30 2014 12:25 AM EDT2014-08-30 04:25:42 GMT
    High school football is finally here! We have all your highlights from under the lights from across the state.
    High school football is finally here! We have all your highlights from under the lights from across the state.
  • Bail, Arraignment Dates Set For Kalispell Six Caught In Sex Sting

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

    Monday, August 25 2014 8:27 PM EDT2014-08-26 00:27:21 GMT
    We learn more about six of the men caught in a four-day, online sex sting.
    We learn more about six of the men caught in a four-day, online sex sting.
  • More Details On The Sex Sting Seven

    More Details On The Sex Sting Seven

    Saturday, August 23 2014 12:07 AM EDT2014-08-23 04:07:34 GMT
    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.
    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.
  • Alcohol Education Now Mandatory at Mont. Universities

    Alcohol Education Now Mandatory at Mont. Universities

    Friday, August 29 2014 8:32 PM EDT2014-08-30 00:32:04 GMT
    A comprehensive tutorial on alcohol abuse prevention is now mandatory at all Montana universities.
    A comprehensive tutorial on alcohol abuse prevention is now mandatory at all Montana universities.
  • THROWBACK THURSDAY: Johnny Depp in Spokane for 'Benny and Joon'

    THROWBACK THURSDAY: Johnny Depp in Spokane for 'Benny and Joon'

    Thursday, August 28 2014 4:06 PM EDT2014-08-28 20:06:32 GMT
    KHQ.COM - In the late 80's and early 90's Hollywood came to the Spokane area in a big way. One of the most well known films that was shot in the Lilac city was Benny and Joon. The 1992 movie included Aidan Quinn, Mary Stuart Masterson and Johnny Depp. KHQ was on set for a scene of the movie.
    KHQ.COM - In the late 80's and early 90's Hollywood came to the Spokane area in a big way. One of the most well known films that was shot in the Lilac city was Benny and Joon. The 1992 movie included Aidan Quinn, Mary Stuart Masterson and Johnny Depp. KHQ was on set for a scene of the movie.
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