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Evacuations ordered in Harlem

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   4:45 p.m.    The mayor of the town of Harlem has ordered the evacuation of a handful of homes that are threatened by flooding.    Mayor K.M. Hansen says Wednesday's order affects about four homes surrounded by water north of the railroad tracks. He says another three or four families have already evacuated and he wanted the others to leave while they still can.    Hansen says the rest of the town of 800 near the Fort Belknap Indian Reservat...

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Herberger's to close in Great Falls

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GREAT FALLS - Another store is shutting its doors in the Electric City.  This time it's due to the liquidation of its parent company.  All Herberger stores across the nation will be closing.  A U.S. bankruptcy judge is expected to decide today on the acquisition of the Bon-Ton stores chain. The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. was operating 260 stores in 24 states, largely in the Northeast and Midwest, when it filed for bankruptcy in January. Stores in Havre, Kalispell, Billings,...

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UPDATE: Escaped bear located

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A 3 to 4-year-old female black bear has escaped from Montana Wildlife Center overnight.  

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Youth Transition Center to close in Great Falls

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GREAT FALLS - Budget cuts are forcing the closure of Great Falls Youth Transition Center.  The center is a 7-bed facility houses boys between the ages of 15 - 17, all of whom are on juvenile parole. “It’s unfortunate that, as a result of cuts mandated by the legislature, we had to make this difficult decision. We have taken a hard look at programs and found that this is the most cost-effective solution,” Department of Corrections Director Reginald Michael ... More>>

Flooding on the Hi-Line

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Flooding is taking over the Hi-Line for the second straight day. 

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Man Goes Canoeing in Natural Runoff

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Flooding continues to have a big impact along the Hi-Line, with water affecting farmers and buildings. Despite the negatives, one resident in Big Sandy is using this as an opportunity to go canoeing. Josh Danreuther and his friends have been visiting the natural runoff around Big Sandy and enjoying time on their canoes and kayaks. Danreuther said his father used to go canoeing on the runoff back in the day, and he's been waiting for the opportunity to go himself. The only way thes... More>>

UPDATE: Mother believed to have taken missing child to Minnesota

The Missing and Endangered person advisory for Aubryella Cordova has expired. Aubryella is still missing at this time. We thank you for your assistance.

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GFPD: No evidence of gunshots near school

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Just after 2 pm, we received reports of shots fired in the area of Great Falls High and Longfellow Elementary school.  

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SCAM ALERT: HPD says old scam making new rounds

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HELENA: Helena Police Department says they've seen another influx of calls to victims across the Capital city where the caller claims to be a part of law enforcement. 

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Man shot in the chest in Northeast Great Falls

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KFBB is receiving reports of shots fired in Great Falls Sunday evening.  Just before 9:30pm, it was reported that a shot was fired on the 500 block of 22nd Avenue Northeast in Great Falls, near the Walmart Shopping Center.  It is unclear at this time if anyone was injured, or if there is a suspect. Neighbors in the area tell our reporter on scene they heard at least a gunshot, but thought it was from their TV, until they saw approximately 14 police cars swarm the area. An ...

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“I knew I needed to help her right away" Boy saves 80 year old neighbor

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A local Boy Scout, named Blake, helped an elderly woman last month who fell outside of her home. It all happened on March 26. The 9-year-old was riding his bike with his younger sister McKenna, when he heard someone calling for help. Blake's neighbor, 80-year-old Sally Kommer, had fallen on the front step of her home in Great Falls and broke her leg. 

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Nightmare Bacteria: What you need to know about drug-resistant bacteria

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Superbugs have not only concerned scientists for several years but has also plagued the public as well. These antibacterial strains have been found in 27 states so far, but concerns are growing and scientists are now referring to them as “nightmare bacteria”.  Antibacterial strains are killing 23,000 Americans each and every year.  Roughly 10% of the people tested carry this bacteria, and of that 10%, none showed any signs or symptoms. The CDC warned this...

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Lincoln reflects 22 years after "Unabomber" arrest Video included

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Looking back to the first week of April in 1996, when Montana was the focus of national headlines. On this day 22 years ago, Ted Kaczynski was found in his cabin in Lincoln. The now-known Unabomber spent decades sending explosive packages through the mail, injuring 23 people and killing three.  We spoke with some residents in Lincoln who knew Ted... they say at the time, they were shocked to find out he was the person responsible.  But now, President of the Lincoln Chambe...

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Man accused of sexual intercourse without consent with a 6-year-old

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Joseph Allan Counts is accused of having sexual intercourse without consent with a 6-year-old girl. 

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The New Frontier: A New Kind of Home Video included

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While driving down the main strip in Belt, Montana, Jack's Beans appears to be nothing more than a nicely constructed new business. But what you can't see from the outside is that the final structure took only days to erect, and a few weeks of working days to complete... that's about 223 hours less than average. It's called a "panelized home", and Terri Finnell says it's the new trend in home building.. "The labor shortage that we're seeing in the building industry...

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What's next for the Arlee Warriors?

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After making waves across the nation with a viral video about suicide prevention, coach Zanen Pitts of the Arlee Warriors, made a stop in Great Falls to continue sharing their message.

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The History Museum honor the legacy of Great Falls

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It is that time of year again when the History Museum holds their Legacy Awards. This is the 27th time local businesses and individuals are recognized for their work in our community. 

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University of Providence presents "A Night at the Opera Gala" Video included

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Join the University of Providence and fellow community members for "A Night at the Opera Gala" Saturday, April 20th-Saturday, April 28th.  Times of each show vary.  The night will feature four different operas, with several solo performances as well. There will also be "talk-back" opportunities on Saturday, April 21st at 7:00pm and Saturday, April 28th at 1:30pm.  Shows are "kid-friendly." For more information or to purchase tickets, cl...

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UPDATE: Stockman Bank robbery suspect identified

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GREAT FALLS -  The Great Falls Police Department has confirmed they have taken a suspect into custody regarding the bank robbery earlier this afternoon. 

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Helena double homicide suspect pleads not guilty

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HELENA, Mont.- Kaleb Taylor appeared in court today to enter a "not guilty" plea.

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CDBG and HOME Funds discussed at City Commission meeting

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In Great Falls, a public hearing was held today at a City Commission meeting, on how to use the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME partnership program funds. Numerous members of the public came out and spoke to the city commission about what they would like to see done with the funds. Topics discussed included investing in early childhood education, ways to promote economic development downtown, providing more ADA accessible facilities, but a topic many discussed was ...

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7 Grizzlies spotted near Choteau

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A surprising video of 7 grizzly bears southwest of Choteau was taken yesterday and it begs the question if it's is normal to see that many bears together like this. KFBB spoke to a bear specialist who looked at the video and suspects it is two adult female grizzlies with their young. He suspects the young are either yearlings or 2-year-olds, and they were in the plains searching for food. a large grouping like this is uncommon but they most likely found livestock carcasses from the ... More>>

Festival of the Book at Great Falls Public Library Video included

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Jude Smith joins us in the KFBB studios for a look at the 18th Annual "Festival of the Books."  Besides highlighting local authors and their work, the series provides an opportunity to emphasize "reading, literature, and community." For more information and a complete schedule, visit the GFPL website. 

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Need a place to say " I do"?

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Listen up Great Falls after four years in the making, there is a new place in town to say your "I Do's" and Tuesday we got a sneak peak.  Inside the Times Square building, downtown on the penthouse floor is the new "Chapel of the Falls." 

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Race day Preparations for the Ice Breaker

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It almost race day and with that comes race day preparations. You still need to train and keep those muscles working but not as much as normal. “You really want to cut down your mileage, you could go out maybe 2 days this week and run a short distance maybe one or two miles at a slow pace just to keep yourself moving,” said Jen Brown. Like discussed in previous weeks, nutrition is a key part to performance, and this week is no exception. “Really focus on your nutr...

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Customer relations key to auto sales

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According to the Bleskin family sales is always an interesting experience, especially car sales. They say one of the biggest things you learn in this industry is always expect someone is going to buy. “We always say you never judge a book by its cover. You get all different types of people that come on to the car lot. You have to adapt, you have to change your way of thinking with a lot of that stuff, but everybody is treated the same. That’s kind of the fun of being in t...

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67th Annual Shrine Circus ready to wow Great Falls Video included

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Witness a little bit of everything at the 67th Annual Shrine Circus in Great Falls on Friday, April 20th.  The circus will happen at the Montana Expo Park, with shows at 4:00pm and 7:30pm.  Tickets can be purchased in advance at Kaufman's Menswear, Amazing Toys, and the Shrine Circus Ticket Office located at 610 9th St. North.  For more information about the event, visit the Montana Expo Park website. 

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December 2017 officer-involved shooting found not criminal

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The man shot during the officer-involved shooting on Monday in Great Falls has been identified.

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One person dead, five injured after head-on collision

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Around 1:30 Sunday afternoon, a report came in of a two-vehicle head-on collision 4 miles south of Fort Benton on Highway 87. 

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Pet of the week: Tony

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This week KFBB is featuring Jerry as our Pet of the Week. He's available for adoption right now at the Maclean Animal Adoption Center (MAAC) in Great Falls. Tony is a 7-year-old large German Sheppard mix who is friendly, very smart, and pretty energetic for an older fellow. “He is considered a senior dog he is our only senior dog right now but he is still very active. He loves treats and he loves tennis balls, he likes to play catch and go on long walks,” said Erin Doran...

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37th annual Schuler Easter Egg Hunt a success

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The famous Schuler Easter egg hunt on the family ranch happened today after being postponed due to inclement weather. For 37 years in a row the Schuler family has hosted an Easter egg hunt on their ranch 30 miles north of great falls. They have grown from just a couple dozen eggs to more than 80,000, and with 2 months of work put into this, why do they do? “It's a great family day, It’s time for people to get away from the business of life nowadays and actually get time... More>>

Homicide case vacated, men serving life sentence released

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HELENA, Mont.- Two people serving life sentences in prison for a murder from more than 20 years ago were released today. New evidence helped set the men free. Lewis and Clark County Judge Kathy Seeley ordered the convictions of Freddie Lawrence and Paul Jenkins vacated. Lawrence and Jenkins were convicted of aggravated kidnapping and deliberate homicide of Donna Meagher in 1994. The Montana Innocence Project helped exonerate the two men, who were suppose to serve a lifetime se... More>>

Ollie the Owl turns heads

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An unlikely critter is making a name for itself at the Lewis and Clark County Courthouse. Ollie the Owl showed up outside of Judge Mike Menahan's courtroom about two weeks ago Since then, lawyers and clerks alike make the trek up to the courthouse’s second floor just to get a peek at this neat bit of nature. Judge Menahan was going about his busineAs, presiding over his criminal law in motion cases when he looked out the window to see several crows attacking a Great Horned Ow... More>>

DEQ: Lead in public schools report misleading

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A report is circulating the web, claiming lead contaminated water is coursing through many Montana public schools. Now, the department of environmental quality is responding, explaining how many parts of the report are misleading. The department says the report, put out by the Environment Montana Research and Policy Center, uses some outdated information. For example, the report says 16 times the EPA recommended limit of lead was found in water supplies at Jim Darcy Elementary Scho... More>>

More than 1900 Northwestern Energy customers without power

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Northwestern Energy is reporting 1918 customers are currently without power. The company’s website shows a marker near 2nd Ave. S and 9th St. S, however no information has been released about what caused the outage. The company expects the outage to be repaired by 5:30 p.m. Friday. More>>

Free fishing for kids!

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Fish, Wildlife & Parks has announced 2 free fishing days for youngsters across north central Montana. 

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Register for the annual Ice Breaker Road Race Video included

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Get your running shoes ready! The annual Ice Breaker Road Race is coming up, and early bird registration is coming to an end. This year’s race takes place Sunday, April 22nd. Folks can register Monday-Friday 8am-5pm at the Park and Recreation Office in Great Falls, located at 1700 River Drive North. There will also be a special registration date on April 14th at Scheels in the Holiday Village Mall from 10am-4pm. A second registration date will be Saturday, April 21st from 10am...

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Law enforcement copes with trauma

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From the horrific double homicide to a man shooting himself as officers tried to save his life, 2018 has already been a tough year for deputies in Lewis and Clark county. "Often times people don't realize the severe mental anguish that one goes through when you see carnage," said Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton. its nearly impossible for officers to forget what they've seen, but with help and support from those also on the force, moving forward is easier. Dutton... More>>

Carroll College themed beer announced

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Carroll College Athletics and Lewis and Clark Brewery announced today they're teaming up to bring a new brew to honor The Fighting Saints.  Halo's Huckleberry Hefe will be making its debut this summer. The ale is a twist on the brewery's popular hefeweizen, Miner's Gold.  It'll be Lewis and Clark’s first fruit flavored ale. The Griz and Bobcats already have micro-brews made in their honor. Carroll College's athletic director thought it was time saint's fans have ... More>>

Report: Medicaid expansion boosts economy

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According to a new economic report, Medicaid is boosting Montana’s economy by creating jobs and increasing labor market participation.  Data released by the Montana Healthcare Foundation and the Headwaters Foundation says Montana’s unique healthcare plan has boosted the economy. Governor Bullock attributes some of this growth to Montana’s Help-Link program.. The program was passed with the expansion. Its a unique approach that matches those covered under t...

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Enjoy art, food and drinks at the Progressive Art Tour Video included

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The April Showers Art Tour starts at 5 p.m at Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art Saturday, April 14th, and you'll have quite the night in store for you. You can enjoy cocktails while looking through the gallery before you are whisked away on the Blacked Out 406 limo bus to the next of three destinations on the tour... all while helping yourself to hors d'oeuvres, dinner, and the outdoor art throughout the Electric City.  And if you've done one of these before, you're in luc...

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Benefis names ward after doctor who died ice climbing in February

Lewis and Clark County Coroner, Bryan Backeberg, has identified the victim from Sunday’s ice climbing accident as 74-year-old Dr. Elton J. Adams M.D. of Great Falls. He is reported to have slipped and fallen 90  feet while climbing Cataract Falls in the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest. The man, an avid climber, was climbing with four others. Authorities received a 9-1-1 call at 1:12 p.m. The waterfall is 20 miles off of Elk Creek Road and 15 miles southwest of ...

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Running water across road near Big Sandy

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According to the Montana Department of Transportation, there is running water across the road on S-432. It's about 1 mile from US-87 Junction from milepost  1.0 to 4.0 For the most up to date information on Montana roads, follow the link below: http://roadreport.mdt.mt.gov/travinfomobile/

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United Way's "Take Pride in Our Parks" Video included

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United Way of Cascade County is once again hosting its annual "Take Pride in Our Parks" event.  This year's event will take place Saturday, April 28th from 10:00am-1:00pm. The goal is to help "spruce up" the parks, by volunteering your time to tasks such as raking wood chips, picking up trash, staining benches, among other tasks.  Marketing Director of United Way, Kim Skornogoski, says many of our city parks are in desperate need to maintenance, which i...

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From the Treasure State to the Golden State, buffalo roam

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From the snowy  mountains of Montana to the sunny shores of California,  a partnership has formed between the Blackfeet Nation and the Oakland Zoo. And it all centers around those who roam the range.

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GoFundMe created for school lunch debt

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Last week Helena Public Schools announced its plan to use a collection agency in an effort to recover over $100,000 of unpaid lunch debt. Now, a woman in the capital city is doing her part to help make up the dues. A Go Fund Me is raising money to help pay students' lunch debts.

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UPDATE: Great Falls Public Schools releases timeline of events leading up to school bus fight

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After an incident Monday afternoon, one local mother is outraged when she saw the video of an adult bus aid which showed a physical altercation between her son who is still middle and the aid.  The video shows the two in a verbal argument. A

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Dog saves owner in more ways than one

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On first appearance, you’d never know Lindsey Godwin wasn’t able to walk, and could barely speak a little over a year ago. On April 4th, 2017 her life came crashing down as she suffered a major stroke in her brain stem. “Somehow I got out of the shower, I got a towel on me and I was standing there hunched over and I just started crying because I knew something wasn't right. I couldn’t put words together I just kept reaching up to touch my mouth to try and spea... More>>

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  • The Wallflowers and Sugar Ray to Headline Annual Elk River Reunion Music Festival in Billings

    The Wallflowers and Sugar Ray to Headline Annual Elk River Reunion Music Festival in Billings

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    Sugar Ray, the Toadies, the Wallflowers and Smashmouth coming for Billings music festival this summer.

    Sugar Ray, the Toadies, the Wallflowers and Smashmouth coming for Billings music festival this summer.

  • UPDATE: Man killed in casino shooting identified

    UPDATE: Man killed in casino shooting identified

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    A 44-year old Billings man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in Billings early Tuesday morning.

    A 44-year old Billings man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in Billings early Tuesday morning.

  • Nightmare Bacteria

    Nightmare Bacteria

    Friday, April 6 2018 12:14 PM EDT2018-04-06 16:14:48 GMT
    Friday, April 6 2018 12:14 PM EDT2018-04-06 16:14:48 GMT
    Superbugs have not only concerned scientists for several years but has also plagued the public as well. These antibacterial strains have been found in 27 states so far, but concerns are growing and scientists are now referring to them as “nightmare bacteria”.  Antibacterial strains are killing 23,000 Americans each and every year.  Roughly 10% of the people tested carry this bacteria, and of that 10%, none showed any signs or symptoms. The CDC warned this...
    Superbugs have not only concerned scientists for several years but has also plagued the public as well. These antibacterial strains have been found in 27 states so far, but concerns are growing and scientists are now referring to them as “nightmare bacteria”.  Antibacterial strains are killing 23,000 Americans each and every year.  Roughly 10% of the people tested carry this bacteria, and of that 10%, none showed any signs or symptoms. The CDC warned this...
  • Pipeline protester must pay over $3K in fines

    Pipeline protester must pay over $3K in fines

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    65 year old Leonard Higgins turned off an emergency valve at a Spectra Energy site last October just south of Big Sandy. Not only did the self-proclaimed activist admit to turning the valve off. He video taped himself as he did it. 

    65 year old Leonard Higgins turned off an emergency valve at a Spectra Energy site last October just south of Big Sandy. Not only did the self-proclaimed activist admit to turning the valve off. He video taped himself as he did it. 

  • Local Business Spotlight: Morning Light Coffee

    Local Business Spotlight: Morning Light Coffee

    Monday, March 19 2018 8:42 PM EDT2018-03-20 00:42:26 GMT
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    Making latte's and cappuccinos wasn’t even a thought for morning light coffee roasters almost 30 years ago. In fact, they got into the coffee business as wholesalers for local grocery stores. Times have changed however, they opened a coffee shop, continued roasting and haven’t looked back. “We are kind of unique that we roast our own coffee in our store. We started that concept back in 1989 and it was a fairly new concept, nobody was doing it around the countr

    Making latte's and cappuccinos wasn’t even a thought for morning light coffee roasters almost 30 years ago. In fact, they got into the coffee business as wholesalers for local grocery stores. Times have changed however, they opened a coffee shop, continued roasting and haven’t looked back. “We are kind of unique that we roast our own coffee in our store. We started that concept back in 1989 and it was a fairly new concept, nobody was doing it around the countr

  • Discovering the Future: Native American Bison Experience

    Discovering the Future: Native American Bison Experience

    Students at Paris Gibson Education Center had the opportunity of a lifetime to go the Fort Belknap reservation and harvest a bison: what they call the Native American Bison Experience.

    Students at Paris Gibson Education Center had the opportunity of a lifetime to go the Fort Belknap reservation and harvest a bison: what they call the Native American Bison Experience.

  • Update: Suspect arrested in hit-and-run accident that killed Canadian man

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    One Canadian man has been arrested in connection to a crash that killed a 72-year-old man in Great Falls on April 15th. 

    One Canadian man has been arrested in connection to a crash that killed a 72-year-old man in Great Falls on April 15th. 

  • Cyber hacking protection tips

    Cyber hacking protection tips

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    It can happen to you anytime....anywhere....even if you think it can't. That's what Eric Fulton, a former professional hacker is saying about cyber attacks. 

    It can happen to you anytime....anywhere....even if you think it can't. That's what Eric Fulton, a former professional hacker is saying about cyber attacks. 

  • Domestic violence cases increasing in Cascade County

    Domestic violence cases increasing in Cascade County

    Tuesday, January 16 2018 6:21 PM EST2018-01-16 23:21:12 GMT
    Tuesday, January 16 2018 6:21 PM EST2018-01-16 23:21:12 GMT
    Domestic violence is a growing issue here in Cascade County. According to the Victim Witness Assistant Services, they currently have more than 350 open files. There were also more than 1,000 local victims in 2017. "Everyday we deal with it," said Tonya Rolando with the Victim Witness Assistant Services. "Some days multiple times, some days maybe once, but I would average probably daily." According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, nearly 2...
    Domestic violence is a growing issue here in Cascade County. According to the Victim Witness Assistant Services, they currently have more than 350 open files. There were also more than 1,000 local victims in 2017. "Everyday we deal with it," said Tonya Rolando with the Victim Witness Assistant Services. "Some days multiple times, some days maybe once, but I would average probably daily." According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, nearly 2...
  • University of Providence Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    University of Providence Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Monday, January 15 2018 7:43 PM EST2018-01-16 00:43:11 GMT
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    The University of Providence celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. with a special celebration held on campus. It all started at 10:00 a.m. with the ringing of the Chapel Bell. The University of Providence says they do it every year along with the ringing of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. The event also consisted of speeches, music and food.  "Martin Luther King stood for so much of what our campus stands for in terms of a commitment to justice, a commitment to peace, and t...

    The University of Providence celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. with a special celebration held on campus. It all started at 10:00 a.m. with the ringing of the Chapel Bell. The University of Providence says they do it every year along with the ringing of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. The event also consisted of speeches, music and food.  "Martin Luther King stood for so much of what our campus stands for in terms of a commitment to justice, a commitment to peace, and t...

  • Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals: Day Three

    Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals: Day Three

    Sunday, January 14 2018 11:50 PM EST2018-01-15 04:50:57 GMT
    Sunday, January 14 2018 11:50 PM EST2018-01-15 04:50:57 GMT
    Highlights from the final day of the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held on Sunday, January 14th. 
    Highlights from the final day of the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held on Sunday, January 14th. 
  • Getting to know JJ Harrison the Rodeo Clown

    Getting to know JJ Harrison the Rodeo Clown

    Sunday, January 14 2018 4:12 PM EST2018-01-14 21:12:33 GMT
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    The Montana PRCA Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals are well underway and you might have noticed a certain rodeo clown.  Originally a school teacher with a masters degree, JJ Harrison says his love for being the class clown eventually became his occupation. " About 2004 a friend of mine said 'hey I'm putting a bull ride on and I want you to be my clown,' Harrison said. "I thought that's ridiculously stupid I'm not wearing make-up prancing around like some dork. No I'm not doing...

    The Montana PRCA Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals are well underway and you might have noticed a certain rodeo clown.  Originally a school teacher with a masters degree, JJ Harrison says his love for being the class clown eventually became his occupation. " About 2004 a friend of mine said 'hey I'm putting a bull ride on and I want you to be my clown,' Harrison said. "I thought that's ridiculously stupid I'm not wearing make-up prancing around like some dork. No I'm not doing...

  • Townsend and Jefferson Split Rivalry Doubleheader

    Townsend and Jefferson Split Rivalry Doubleheader

    Sunday, January 14 2018 12:13 AM EST2018-01-14 05:13:45 GMT
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    The Townsend Bulldogs hosted the Jefferson Panthers for a Class B high school basketball rivalry doubleheader. 

    The Townsend Bulldogs hosted the Jefferson Panthers for a Class B high school basketball rivalry doubleheader. 

  • Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals: Day Two

    Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals: Day Two

    Saturday, January 13 2018 11:40 PM EST2018-01-14 04:40:17 GMT
    Saturday, January 13 2018 11:40 PM EST2018-01-14 04:40:17 GMT
    Highlights from day two of the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held on Saturday, January 13th.
    Highlights from day two of the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held on Saturday, January 13th.
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  • Actor Steve Reevis dies

    Actor Steve Reevis dies

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    Steve Reevis was an actor and a member of the Blackfeet Nation in Browning Montana. According to the Pikanni Press & Newsfeed in Browning Reevis passed away December 7, 2017.

    Steve Reevis was an actor and a member of the Blackfeet Nation in Browning Montana. According to the Pikanni Press & Newsfeed in Browning Reevis passed away December 7, 2017.

  • Senator Daines to host press call regarding public lands

    Senator Daines to host press call regarding public lands

    Wednesday, December 6 2017 6:35 PM EST2017-12-06 23:35:44 GMT
    Wednesday, December 6 2017 6:35 PM EST2017-12-06 23:35:44 GMT
    Today, U.S. Senator Steve Daines announced he will be hosting a press call on Thursday, December 7th, to discuss public lands with the Montana press. This story will be updated as we learn more details.
    Today, U.S. Senator Steve Daines announced he will be hosting a press call on Thursday, December 7th, to discuss public lands with the Montana press. This story will be updated as we learn more details.
  • Whitefish sues over payments for Puerto Rico power work

    Whitefish sues over payments for Puerto Rico power work

    Friday, December 1 2017 12:51 PM EST2017-12-01 17:51:08 GMT
    Friday, December 1 2017 12:51 PM EST2017-12-01 17:51:08 GMT

    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A small Montana company that landed and lost a $300 million contract to restore Puerto Rico's hurricane-shattered electric grid is suing a subcontractor for allegedly interfering with tens of millions of dollars in payments.  

    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A small Montana company that landed and lost a $300 million contract to restore Puerto Rico's hurricane-shattered electric grid is suing a subcontractor for allegedly interfering with tens of millions of dollars in payments.  

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  • Herberger's to close in Great Falls

    Herberger's to close in Great Falls

    Wednesday, April 18 2018 4:00 PM EDT2018-04-18 20:00:14 GMT
    Wednesday, April 18 2018 4:09 PM EDT2018-04-18 20:09:28 GMT

    GREAT FALLS - Another store is shutting its doors in the Electric City.  This time it's due to the liquidation of its parent company.  All Herberger stores across the nation will be closing.  A U.S. bankruptcy judge is expected to decide today on the acquisition of the Bon-Ton stores chain. The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. was operating 260 stores in 24 states, largely in the Northeast and Midwest, when it filed for bankruptcy in January. Stores in Havre, Kalispell, Billings,...

    GREAT FALLS - Another store is shutting its doors in the Electric City.  This time it's due to the liquidation of its parent company.  All Herberger stores across the nation will be closing.  A U.S. bankruptcy judge is expected to decide today on the acquisition of the Bon-Ton stores chain. The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. was operating 260 stores in 24 states, largely in the Northeast and Midwest, when it filed for bankruptcy in January. Stores in Havre, Kalispell, Billings,...

  • Man Goes Canoeing in Natural Runoff

    Man Goes Canoeing in Natural Runoff

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 6:47 PM EDT2018-04-17 22:47:46 GMT
    Tuesday, April 17 2018 6:47 PM EDT2018-04-17 22:47:46 GMT
    Flooding continues to have a big impact along the Hi-Line, with water affecting farmers and buildings. Despite the negatives, one resident in Big Sandy is using this as an opportunity to go canoeing. Josh Danreuther and his friends have been visiting the natural runoff around Big Sandy and enjoying time on their canoes and kayaks. Danreuther said his father used to go canoeing on the runoff back in the day, and he's been waiting for the opportunity to go himself. The only way thes...
    Flooding continues to have a big impact along the Hi-Line, with water affecting farmers and buildings. Despite the negatives, one resident in Big Sandy is using this as an opportunity to go canoeing. Josh Danreuther and his friends have been visiting the natural runoff around Big Sandy and enjoying time on their canoes and kayaks. Danreuther said his father used to go canoeing on the runoff back in the day, and he's been waiting for the opportunity to go himself. The only way thes...
  • ABC FOX Montana news live stream

    ABC FOX Montana news live stream

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    ABC FOX Montana provides local news, breaking news, weather, sports and information for Western and South Central Montana. Tune in to the ABC News at 5:30 and 10 and FOX News at 9 pm and watch our LIVE stream here, every weekday night. 

    ABC FOX Montana provides local news, breaking news, weather, sports and information for Western and South Central Montana. Tune in to the ABC News at 5:30 and 10 and FOX News at 9 pm and watch our LIVE stream here, every weekday night. 

  • WANTED: Erica Pearce for Felony Escape

    WANTED: Erica Pearce for Felony Escape

    Sunday, April 8 2018 11:36 AM EDT2018-04-08 15:36:48 GMT
    Sunday, April 8 2018 11:36 AM EDT2018-04-08 15:36:48 GMT

    The Montana Department of Corrections is asking for the public's help to locate Erica Pearce. Pearce walked away from the Passages Community Corrections Program in Billings on Saturday, April 7th. 

    The Montana Department of Corrections is asking for the public's help to locate Erica Pearce. Pearce walked away from the Passages Community Corrections Program in Billings on Saturday, April 7th. 

  • Youth Transition Center to close in Great Falls

    Youth Transition Center to close in Great Falls

    Wednesday, April 18 2018 1:27 PM EDT2018-04-18 17:27:21 GMT
    Wednesday, April 18 2018 1:27 PM EDT2018-04-18 17:27:21 GMT
    GREAT FALLS - Budget cuts are forcing the closure of Great Falls Youth Transition Center.  The center is a 7-bed facility houses boys between the ages of 15 - 17, all of whom are on juvenile parole. “It’s unfortunate that, as a result of cuts mandated by the legislature, we had to make this difficult decision. We have taken a hard look at programs and found that this is the most cost-effective solution,” Department of Corrections Director Reginald Michael ...
    GREAT FALLS - Budget cuts are forcing the closure of Great Falls Youth Transition Center.  The center is a 7-bed facility houses boys between the ages of 15 - 17, all of whom are on juvenile parole. “It’s unfortunate that, as a result of cuts mandated by the legislature, we had to make this difficult decision. We have taken a hard look at programs and found that this is the most cost-effective solution,” Department of Corrections Director Reginald Michael ...
  • Wanted felon apprehended in Missoula after daylong search

    Wanted felon apprehended in Missoula after daylong search

    Thursday, April 19 2018 1:04 AM EDT2018-04-19 05:04:42 GMT

    Police apprehended a wanted felon at an apartment complex in Missoula more than 12 hours after he led police on chase through town and took off on foot.

    Police apprehended a wanted felon at an apartment complex in Missoula more than 12 hours after he led police on chase through town and took off on foot.

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  • UPDATE: Stockman Bank robbery suspect identified

    UPDATE: Stockman Bank robbery suspect identified

    Tuesday, April 17 2018 3:37 PM EDT2018-04-17 19:37:36 GMT
    Wednesday, April 18 2018 6:10 PM EDT2018-04-18 22:10:27 GMT

    GREAT FALLS -  The Great Falls Police Department has confirmed they have taken a suspect into custody regarding the bank robbery earlier this afternoon. 

    GREAT FALLS -  The Great Falls Police Department has confirmed they have taken a suspect into custody regarding the bank robbery earlier this afternoon. 

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