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Search for Wanted man in Flathead Continues

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Flathead Valley Sheriff’s Office continues to ask for your help in locating 22-year-old Bryan McCully. McCully has a $250,000 warrant for attempted deliberate homicide. FVSO says he has violent tendencies and should not be approached. He is thought to be in the Canyon or Columbia Falls area.  If you call your local authorities immediately or reach out to the Flathead Crimestoppers by calling 406 -758-TIPS. More>>

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Two men sent to Benefis after stabbing

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A stabbing Saturday night sent two man to the hospital, one in serious condition. It all happened around 930pm at the Fisher Trailer Park on the west side Great Falls The first male victim was stabbed 3 times, once in the arm and twice in the chest. He then walked down the road to the Beacon Ice House for help, and was eventually transported Benefis where he was later released. Police also found another man in the same trailer unconscious with life threatening injuries. He was a... More>>

Results from mule deer care positive for chronic wasting disease

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Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks says a second mule deer buck from hunting district 510 was found to be suspect for chronic wasting disease.

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Invest in Something Special campaign

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Special Olympics Montana is teaming up with Voya for a social media campaign to raise money for Special Olympics athletes. 

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The Latest: California shooter fired 'without provocation'

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RED BLUFF, Calif. (AP) - At least 10 children and adults have been hospitalized after a series of shootings in rural Northern California that left five dead, including the gunman.

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The Latest: Pence says US to offer support after shooting Video included

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RED BLUFF, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say three people have been killed in shootings at multiple locations in rural Northern California, and the shooter has been killed by law enforcement. Students also were shot and wounded at an elementary school.

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Crash kills 21 year old on Hi-Line

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The Montana Highway Patrol says one person has died in a 2 vehicle crash in Roosevelt County.  MHP says the crash occurred about 1 p.m. Monday on U.S. 2 near Bainville, just west of the North Dakota border. Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office confirmed 21-year old David Manning of Culbertson, rear-ended another vehicle and died of blunt force trauma.  The driver of the rear-ended was stopped on US 2 waiting to turn onto Highway 405.  MHP says that driver w...

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Man who allegedly injured 3 officers makes initial court appearance

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The man who allegedly assaulted three police officers last week has made his initial appearance in court today.

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Light The Trail completes cross country trip following Lewis and Clark Path

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The Light the Trail Ride, a group raising suicide and mental health awareness made a stop in Great Falls as they biked their way across the country following the path Lewis and Clark made. and this weekend they reached Washington D.C. after 2 and a half months of biking. 

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Do you knit or crochet? Newborns need tiny hats!

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Special little heads are going to need tiny hats to keep them warm come February. The American Heart Association is putting out a call for knitters and crocheters for their "Little Hats, Big Hearts" program.  It gives thousands of hats to newborn babies during February, American Heart Month.  The AHA is asking volunteers to make red hats that are red, cotton or acrylic, medium to heavy weight yarn and are machine washable and dryable. The simpler the pattern the... More>>

Whitefish Energy Holdings continues to create controversy

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Whitefish Energy Holdings facing more controversy, after a report by the New York Times finds the company was charged the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority more than $300 but only paying lineman a fraction of that. According to the report, senior linemen from Florida are earning about $63 as part of the contract with Whitefish Energy. Other linemen are making $42 an hour plus overtime and some are earning up to $100 of double time. According to energy experts, the pay was high, es...

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Polson Police Department investigating weekend fire

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Polson Police Department responded to a house fire early Saturday morning. According to the department's Facebook page, the fire completely destroyed the home. Thankfully, the family who was living in the home was able to make it out safely. Several agencies responded to the fire, including the Polson Fire Department and the Lake County E-911. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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Petition to expand Special Session succeeds

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Helena, MT - Republicans have reached the 76 signatures needed to consider and vote on additional topics outside of those designated by Governor Steve Bullock for the Special Legislative Session which will be held on November 14th. 

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New injunction attempts to halt recall petition

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KFBB has confirmed with the Pondera District Court that Pondera County Sheriff Carl Suta has filed an injunction in an attempt to halt the recall petition made against him. 

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Preview to election night

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Tonight is the general election, and there are a number of topics on the ballot this year to be discussed. First is the Mayor race. The two candidates are the incumbent mayor Bob Kelly, and Spencer Galloway. They need the majority of votes to win. Second is the City Commission Candidates. 

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Two teens missing out of Billings

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Billings, MT - Police are asking for the public's help in finding two children who are suspected of being taken from their foster care by their non-custodial mother and are believed to be in danger.

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3.4 Magnitude earthquake hits near Lincoln; Over 60 in the last 30 days

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The USGS is reporting a 3.4 magnitude earthquake happened near Lincoln at 7:08 am Tuesday. So far no damages or injuries have been reported. According to www.earthquaketrack.com, this is 61st earthquake to hit the area of Lincoln with a magnitude of 1.5 or higher.   Eight small quakes have occurred in just the last 4 days.  The big one hit in July at a magnitude of 5.8 and could be felt as far away as Great Falls.  More>>

Governor calls legislators to special session

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Today, Governor Steve Bullock called the Montana legislature back to Helena for a special session.      The session was called to address the 227 million dollar budget cuts the state faces. The governor hopes the legislator can work together to make this session a quick one. “Its time Montana leaders fulfill our responsibilities to the people we represent. To balance our budget in a way that makes sense to Montana taxpayers, workers, families, and com... More>>

Three cubs may survive the winter

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The investigation continues into the shooting of a mama grizzly by two hunters near Pendroy MT.  The 2 hunters said they were charged by the female when they shot and killed her. 

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Getting back on the right track

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According to Judy Beck at the Montana Department of Corrections, Frank Half Jr was just recently released from a Pre-Release center in Butte, not Great Falls. Beck said Half was in compliance with his sentence. 

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Governor Bullock calls special session

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Montana - Governor Steve Bullock has called the Montana Legislature back to Helena for a special session to begin at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, with hearings beginning on Monday, November 13, 2017. 

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Update: Woman who died in Vaughn shooting identified Video included

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Cascade County Sheriff Bob Edwards has confirmed with KFBB that one person is dead from a gunshot wound.  

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Military Appreciation Days

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Great Falls, MT - From Thursday, November 9th until Saturday, November 11th, many establishments in Great Falls will be having discounts, promos, and giveaways for Military Appreciation Days. More>>

The New Frontier: A World Beneath Us Video included

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In this month’s installment of “The New Frontier,” we head below ground to explore the largely unknown world of Caving, and how one group is changing the face of the caverns beneath us. "I guess there's some sentimental value to the cave… this was the first cave I ever went to,” says Taylor Woods, Event Coordinator with the Northern Rocky Mountain Grotto. As he sits on a large rock in what’s known as the “cathedral” of Lick Creek...

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BREAKING: 27 killed, 30 wounded in church shooting in Texas.

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According to ABC affiliate, KSAT in San Antonio, a man who opened fire at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas Sunday morning is dead.  Police say the shooting began around 11:30 a.m. when the gunman walked into the First Baptist Church. A commissioner for the county says he has been told more than 20 people were killed and 20 others were injured.  Right now the FBI, Texas Rangers, and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms and Explosives are invest...

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Hundreds come out to honor the life of Governor Judy Martz

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BUTTE, Mont.-Today was a day filled with tears and laughter as the community said their final goodbyes to governor Judy Martz. A politician, Olympian, mother,  and much more. Judy Martz took on several roles throughout her 74  years of life, notably being the only female governor to serve Montana. Hundreds of Judy Martz's friends, family and admirers filled the butte civic center today to pay their final respects to a woman who was described by my many as the most caring ... More>>

Candidate interview: Mary Sheehy Moe

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The general election is coming up next week, but there are many questions we've been asked about the candidates. Our Ricky Blackburn sat down with Mary Sheehy Moe who says her agenda is to make Great Falls a place for millennial. One of the most obvious questions people want to know about the candidates is their plans for the first action in office. “My number one priority is to attract the millennial workforce. We absolutely have to do that if we are going to be a com...

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Settlement reached between assault victims and Boy Scouts of America

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A settlement has been reached between three sexual assault victims and the Boy Scouts of America, Montana Council. That's according to the women's attorney, Gilion Dumas. This means the parties will not have to face trial, which was scheduled for November 27th.  In total, six women filed suit against the Boy Scouts, claiming fraud, negligence, and punitive damages.  The women were sexually assaulted in the 1970's as young girls, while in a coed exploratory group in Kalispe... More>>

Members of the GFPS were recognized by the School Administrators of Montana

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Seven members of the Great Falls School Board of Trustees won the Montana School Board of the year.  Jan Cahill (chair), Jeff Gray (Vice-Chair), Laura Vukasin, Ann Janikula, Bob Moretti and Jason Brantley have served on the board for quite some and the longest being serving 6 years Jessica Carranza, GFPS psychologist, was selected as Montana School Psychologist of the year. Tammy Lacey won the the G.V. Erickson award for superintendent of the year.  Kirk Miller, executive ...

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Private prison in Shelby could be the savior in the state's budget issues

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A private prison in Shelby is being looked at as a potential savior in the state's budget issues. Montana is facing a $227 million dollar shortfall and now the governor is asking for 10 percent cuts across the board, but he's hopeful that lawmakers will be able to come together for a special legislative session to open up more income. Republicans who control both the house and the Senate say they will not come to the table for tax increases but they would be willing to talk about ext...

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MAFB Airman confirmed dead in car crash

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Malmstrom Air Force Base has confirmed Airman 1st Class Trevor Stenlund was the 21-year-old man who died in a car crash near Potomac Monday evening.   According to MHP Stenlund was driving a Dodge Ram pickup when an elk hit another vehicle going the opposite direction sending the animal airborne and into Stenlund's truck. Stenlund lost control of his truck sending it off the roadway and into multiple embankments, he was declared dead at the scene. Stenlund enlisted i...

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Women from 1970's rape case target Boy Scouts of America, Montana Council Video included

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A sexual assault case dating back to the 1970's is resurfacing again this week in Great Falls. But this time, the six women allegedly involved as children are going after Boy Scouts of America, in what one attorney says could be the first time a fraud claim against the Boy Scouts has gone to a jury. "I think it’s important for people to realize…when the Boy Scouts now want to bring in girls, into their Cub Scout program, that the Boy Scouts have let girls be a part...

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Tanks go missing from campers

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You're ready to grill up some steaks in your camper before winter comes knocking, but that new tank of propane you just bought has vanished. Well that's the story of three homeowners right here in Great Falls, who believe these disappearances weren't by accident. 

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Ghosts and ghouls spotted at Original Governor's Mansion

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HELENA, Mont.- The doors of the Original Governor's Mansion creaked upon tonight to let only the bravest souls enter. The mansion is available to tour daily, but do not usually let the community walk through its halls after dark.  The walls inside the mansion have many stories to tell, including some spooky ones. Nine governors of Montana lived here with their families and Former President Harry Truman enjoyed a dinner here once. However, a few supernatural beings are rumored t...

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DEQ holds public scoping meeting on Black Butte Copper Mine

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A proposed mine creating controversy in Great Falls. Tonight, the department of environmental quality held a public scoping meeting, aimed at educating the public and getting feedback about the proposed black butte copper mine.  This is a year long process to get the environmental impact statement completed. The Department of Environmental Quality is in the first phase of public scoping right now and there are a number of topics to be discussed. “We are having these ... More>>

Child safe after stolen vehicle ride

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Sources close to the newsroom said the car the child was in was stolen from the area of 2nd Avenue South and 2nd Street around noon.   Great Falls Police Department confirmed it was a one year boy who was with his mother.

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Man charged after accidentally shooting another man through a wall

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News out of Cascade County Courthouse. One Great Falls Man was charged over the weekend which involved the accidental discharge of a shotgun that caused a neighbor to be taken to the ER. 

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KF3: Kids Funtastic Fall Festival in Great Falls Video included

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Think you have to roam the streets knocking on doors to get in some Halloween festivities? No way! Head over to the Montana Expo Park for the “Kids Funtastic Fall Festival” taking place Tuesday, Oct. 31st from 6:00-9:00pm. The night will feature carnival rides, bounce houses, games, and tons of candy, all for free! Organizer Neil Hancock, Pastor at Harvest Springs Community Church, says this year’s theme is “Heroes”… but not of the Marvel-sort. To...

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Two arrested after threatening each other with a knife and vacuum

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Great Falls, MT- Two people were arrested after GFPD learned they allegedly threatened each other with a knife and a vacuum cleaner. 

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Blackfeet Community College secures money for $7.5 Million Health and Science Building

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The Blackfeet community college in Browning just secured the funds for a $7.5 Million health and science building. The new 9,000 square foot building is designed to house education, nursing, and other health training programs and degrees. The building is expected to be open for the fall of 2018 semester. What makes this building special is the college will start to offer 4 year degrees in education and in nursing fields. “This is a truly exciting moment for BCC and for Browni... More>>

One of Cascade county's most wanted is now in custody

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What initially reported as a rollover crash ended up being a chase for Great Falls Police Department and Montana Highway Patrol. Justin Brasda, a 22-year-old male from Great Falls was the driver of a vehicle when it rolled over near marketplace. Officers said there was also a female in the vehicle and when deputies arrived on the scene both suspects fled.

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Get Montana homemade gifts at Holiday Happening

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If you're looking to do some holiday shopping this weekend, then you'll want to listen up, Expo Park is hosting the 31st Annual Holiday Happening! Vendors from all over the state come to the Electric City to show off there work. Now there are two qualifications that vendors must meet if they want to sell their products. One it all must be handmade and two it must meet the qualifications of vintage. The owner of the show said this is a chance for you to come get those specialty items ... More>>

Santa has arrived in Great Falls

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There are only a few weeks until Christmas and while some are gearing up to hit the stores for all the holiday savings, others are getting excited to see Jolly Ole' Saint Nick! Santa Claus arrived in Great Falls today from the North Pole, but he didn't come in on the traditional reindeer and sled but a stretch limo.  Santa read children "Twas the night before Christmas" and enjoyed milk and cookies with them.  David Reardon, who brought his son for the first time ... More>>

UPDATE: Two hunters found in "good health and happy"

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According to the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Facebook page, at least one hunter has gone missing in the Lincoln area.  The Sheriff's Office is working with the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department and Search and Rescue Crews to help locate the hunter.  We will keep you updated as more information becomes available. 

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Do you have the skills to escape

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If you're looking for something  to do  with your friends here in the Electric City, or maybe you have family rolling in for the holidays and need an activity, we may have the answer for you.

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Walk for Ashley

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In Browning, community members and the family of a missing Blackfeet  woman will take their search door to door in hopes of finding  Ashley Loring HeavyRunner.  "Our children are not for sale" 

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Montana Guardian Fund helps families of the fallen Video included

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Every day, Peace Officers put their lives on the line to protect the people of Montana. And now, residents are given the opportunity to give back to the families of those Peace Officers who have lost everything through this sacrifice. The Montana Guardian Fund is a non-profit foundation dedicated to providing financial assistance to families of Montana Peace Officers who lost their lives in the line of duty or are victims of a serious, traumatic and disabling injury and cannot return... More>>

Update: Arocha's Federal trial reset for March

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William Arocha Jr has been sentenced to the max allowed by the Tribal court after he was found guilty of assault c and negligent endangerment. 

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Police report: Man tells victim "I'll strangle you right in front of them"

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One man accused of strangling a woman made his initial court appearance today in Great Falls. 

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Capitol Christmas tree makes stop in Great Falls

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The capitol tree has arrived here in Great Falls Montana, and as you can see lots of people are here to take in the sights before it continues on the rest of its journey. Before this cross country trip started the tree had to be chosen and cut down. On November 8th. The 79 foot tall Engelmann spruce was cut down and loaded onto the truck for its long trip. It has visited 9 cities in Montana already, and the idea for visits is to get the community involved. “Bring the aw... More>>

Returning from a trip of a lifetime

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28 Montana Air National Guardsmen are home Thursday after spending about a week in Brazil on a deployment. While the time away from Great Falls was short. Their trip marked a historic moment in US history. 

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Big winners return home

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Five years ago, Malmstrom Air Force Base was over-run with a scandal involving missile launch officers cheating on tests. The nine people involved and the commander at the time were fired by the Air Force. Thursday Malmstrom Air Force Base is back at the top of their game 

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Update: Incident on US 89 cleared

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According to the Montana Department of Transportation, there is a semi broken down on US 89 near mile marker 2 past Armington Junction. Drivers should expect reduced speeds, single lane traffic, and delays. MDT is on the scene and the driver has assistance on the way.

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Woman accused of stealing $4,000 by faking returns to store

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A woman is accused of stealing approximately $4,000 by faking returns at Sears Home Store. On November 15th, Great Falls Police Officers were dispatched to Sears Home Store for an embezzlement complaint. When police arrived, they contacted a Sears employee who reported a number of fraudulent returns to the store. According to charging documents, Sears loss prevention had discovered seven items had been returned to the store that had never been sold at any Sears Store with t...

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Man accused of assaulting victim for refusing to buy something to "get him high"

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A victim reportedly told GFPD officers she was assaulted when she refused to get James Leroy Raulston something that could "get him high." 

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Operation Christmas Child underway in Central Montana Video included

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Help give back to those children in need this holiday season, through "Operation Christmas Child."  Collection week is November 13th-20th... during that time, pick up a designated box from Hobby Lobby and fill it with much-needed items for a child in one of three different age brackets, including ages 2-4 years, 5-9 years, and 10-14 years.  Organizer Debbie Wiggers says while donations are encouraged for all groups, girls between the ages of 10-14 years old are t...

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Twins charged in allegedly poaching 8 bull elk

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Twin brothers James Page, and William Page, 32, have been charged with 16 crimes and 8 felonies of poaching bull elk over years on 3 Bar Ranch by the Snowy Mountains near Lewistown. 

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Court documents: 35 time offender tried to headbutt officers

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One man is facing charges after allegedly attempting to headbutt officers while being put under arrest. 

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  • Alleged burglar tasered by officers

    Alleged burglar tasered by officers

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 12:35 AM EDT2017-10-17 04:35:32 GMT

    Great Falls, MT - According to the police report, an alleged burglar repeatedly resisted arrest so officers were forced to taser him. 

    Great Falls, MT - According to the police report, an alleged burglar repeatedly resisted arrest so officers were forced to taser him. 

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  • Light The Trail completes cross country trip following Lewis and Clark Path

    Monday, November 13 2017 1:19 PM EST2017-11-13 18:19:05 GMT

    The Light the Trail Ride, a group raising suicide and mental health awareness made a stop in Great Falls as they biked their way across the country following the path Lewis and Clark made. and this weekend they reached Washington D.C. after 2 and a half months of biking. 

    The Light the Trail Ride, a group raising suicide and mental health awareness made a stop in Great Falls as they biked their way across the country following the path Lewis and Clark made. and this weekend they reached Washington D.C. after 2 and a half months of biking. 

  • New injunction attempts to halt recall petition

    New injunction attempts to halt recall petition

    Wednesday, November 8 2017 3:27 PM EST2017-11-08 20:27:43 GMT

    KFBB has confirmed with the Pondera District Court that Pondera County Sheriff Carl Suta has filed an injunction in an attempt to halt the recall petition made against him. 

    KFBB has confirmed with the Pondera District Court that Pondera County Sheriff Carl Suta has filed an injunction in an attempt to halt the recall petition made against him. 

  • Two teens missing out of Billings

    Two teens missing out of Billings

    Tuesday, November 7 2017 12:17 PM EST2017-11-07 17:17:08 GMT

    Billings, MT - Police are asking for the public's help in finding two children who are suspected of being taken from their foster care by their non-custodial mother and are believed to be in danger.

    Billings, MT - Police are asking for the public's help in finding two children who are suspected of being taken from their foster care by their non-custodial mother and are believed to be in danger.

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  • One of Cascade county's most wanted is now in custody

    One of Cascade county's most wanted is now in custody

    Saturday, November 18 2017 7:16 PM EST2017-11-19 00:16:04 GMT

    What initially reported as a rollover crash ended up being a chase for Great Falls Police Department and Montana Highway Patrol. Justin Brasda, a 22-year-old male from Great Falls was the driver of a vehicle when it rolled over near marketplace. Officers said there was also a female in the vehicle and when deputies arrived on the scene both suspects fled.

    What initially reported as a rollover crash ended up being a chase for Great Falls Police Department and Montana Highway Patrol. Justin Brasda, a 22-year-old male from Great Falls was the driver of a vehicle when it rolled over near marketplace. Officers said there was also a female in the vehicle and when deputies arrived on the scene both suspects fled.

  • Woman accused of stealing $4,000 by faking returns to store

    Woman accused of stealing $4,000 by faking returns to store

    Thursday, November 16 2017 8:14 PM EST2017-11-17 01:14:26 GMT

    A woman is accused of stealing approximately $4,000 by faking returns at Sears Home Store. On November 15th, Great Falls Police Officers were dispatched to Sears Home Store for an embezzlement complaint. When police arrived, they contacted a Sears employee who reported a number of fraudulent returns to the store. According to charging documents, Sears loss prevention had discovered seven items had been returned to the store that had never been sold at any Sears Store with t...

    A woman is accused of stealing approximately $4,000 by faking returns at Sears Home Store. On November 15th, Great Falls Police Officers were dispatched to Sears Home Store for an embezzlement complaint. When police arrived, they contacted a Sears employee who reported a number of fraudulent returns to the store. According to charging documents, Sears loss prevention had discovered seven items had been returned to the store that had never been sold at any Sears Store with t...

  • UPDATE: Two hunters found in "good health and happy"

    UPDATE: Two hunters found in "good health and happy"

    Saturday, November 18 2017 12:21 AM EST2017-11-18 05:21:19 GMT

    According to the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Facebook page, at least one hunter has gone missing in the Lincoln area.  The Sheriff's Office is working with the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department and Search and Rescue Crews to help locate the hunter.  We will keep you updated as more information becomes available. 

    According to the Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's Facebook page, at least one hunter has gone missing in the Lincoln area.  The Sheriff's Office is working with the Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department and Search and Rescue Crews to help locate the hunter.  We will keep you updated as more information becomes available. 

  • Police report: Man tells victim "I'll strangle you right in front of them"

    Police report: Man tells victim "I'll strangle you right in front of them"

    Friday, November 17 2017 3:01 PM EST2017-11-17 20:01:02 GMT

    One man accused of strangling a woman made his initial court appearance today in Great Falls. 

    One man accused of strangling a woman made his initial court appearance today in Great Falls. 

  • Bobcats win the 117th Brawl of the Wild 31-23 in Bozeman

    Bobcats win the 117th Brawl of the Wild 31-23 in Bozeman

    Saturday, November 18 2017 7:59 PM EST2017-11-19 00:59:07 GMT
    BOZEMAN, Mont. - The Montana State Bobcats defeated the Montana Grizzlies 31-23 to win the 117th Brawl of the Wild. It's the first time since 2005 that the Cats won a game against the Griz in Bozeman.  The Bobcats ran for 322 yards on the ground, making it the second consecutive year that they have put up over 250 yards of rushing on Montana's defense. Cats sophomore quarterback Chris Murray accounted for 133 yards of that total, as well as throwing the ball for 98 yards. The G...
    BOZEMAN, Mont. - The Montana State Bobcats defeated the Montana Grizzlies 31-23 to win the 117th Brawl of the Wild. It's the first time since 2005 that the Cats won a game against the Griz in Bozeman.  The Bobcats ran for 322 yards on the ground, making it the second consecutive year that they have put up over 250 yards of rushing on Montana's defense. Cats sophomore quarterback Chris Murray accounted for 133 yards of that total, as well as throwing the ball for 98 yards. The G...
  • Get Montana homemade gifts at Holiday Happening

    Get Montana homemade gifts at Holiday Happening

    Saturday, November 18 2017 7:00 PM EST2017-11-19 00:00:43 GMT
    If you're looking to do some holiday shopping this weekend, then you'll want to listen up, Expo Park is hosting the 31st Annual Holiday Happening! Vendors from all over the state come to the Electric City to show off there work. Now there are two qualifications that vendors must meet if they want to sell their products. One it all must be handmade and two it must meet the qualifications of vintage. The owner of the show said this is a chance for you to come get those specialty items ...
    If you're looking to do some holiday shopping this weekend, then you'll want to listen up, Expo Park is hosting the 31st Annual Holiday Happening! Vendors from all over the state come to the Electric City to show off there work. Now there are two qualifications that vendors must meet if they want to sell their products. One it all must be handmade and two it must meet the qualifications of vintage. The owner of the show said this is a chance for you to come get those specialty items ...
  • Court documents: 35 time offender tried to headbutt officers

    Court documents: 35 time offender tried to headbutt officers

    Thursday, November 16 2017 6:06 PM EST2017-11-16 23:06:39 GMT

    One man is facing charges after allegedly attempting to headbutt officers while being put under arrest. 

    One man is facing charges after allegedly attempting to headbutt officers while being put under arrest. 

  • Do you have the skills to escape

    Do you have the skills to escape

    Friday, November 17 2017 9:10 PM EST2017-11-18 02:10:37 GMT

    If you're looking for something  to do  with your friends here in the Electric City, or maybe you have family rolling in for the holidays and need an activity, we may have the answer for you.

    If you're looking for something  to do  with your friends here in the Electric City, or maybe you have family rolling in for the holidays and need an activity, we may have the answer for you.

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