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1 Killed in 2 vehicle crash on I-15

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Around 11:30 am on Sunday, scanner traffic indicated a rollover crash had occurred in the southbound lane of Interstate 15 near Emerson Junction.

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Temporary relief for Missoula flooding victims

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According to incident Public Information Officer Mel Holtz, the water levels have dropped in the Missoula area after the expected spike in water levels didn't occur. 

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Washington man suspected of murder arrested in Hardin

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The Big Horn County Sheriff's Office has arrested and booked a man suspected of first degree murder Saturday. Jacob Ozuna fled the state of Washington. According to Q13 Fox, a Washington news station, The Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force in Yakima said Ozuna is "a six-time convicted felon and a dangerous gang member." according to Q13, Ozuna, a.k.a "Kapone," has a $1 million dollar warrant for first degree murder along with two counts of  assaul...

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Bucking Horse Sale brings thousands to Miles City Video included

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Thousands of people are gathered this weekend in Miles City for the World Famous Bucking Horse Sale.

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Billings company develops technology to detect gunfire and notify authorities Video included

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Billings company Shot Tracer has developed technology that can easily be installed in schools and other public buildings. The devices will detect gunfire and within seconds notify anyone with the app including local police.

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Snowmelt boosts mudslide risk near Lolo, Rice Ridge burned areas

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Officials say the rapidly melting snowpack in the mountains of western Montana has increased the risk of mudslides in areas scorched by last year's wildfires.

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Several Maggotfest rugby teams volunteer with flood sandbagging Video included

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MISSOULA - As residents prepare for another soggy weekend, hundreds of rugby players from all over the world volunteered on Friday at the Fort Missoula sandbagging station.

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Staff tour the new Jeannette Rankin Elementary School

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Jeanette Rankin Elementary School is being built because Cold Springs Elementary School is not built to accommodate its 500 students and is not suitable for modern learning.

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Georgia man claims son was raped at Special K Ranch

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The Special K Ranch is being accused of negligence after a Georgia man alleges his developmentally disabled son was raped while at Special K Ranch.  

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FWP says bear attack victim was field assistant

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KALISPELL - A Fish and Wildlife Service field assistant was seriously injured in a bear attack reported in the Cabinet Mountains on May 17. An update from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks says the woman is a field assistant on a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service grizzly bear study. On the morning of May 17, she was attacked in a "surprise defense encounter" involving a bear in the Poorman Creek area.  Officials do not know for sure what kind of bear was involved. The wo...

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Expect large crowds at the Bozeman Airport this summer

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As summer rolls in, Montana’s busiest airport is expecting to break more records as people start to roll in and out of the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport. 

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Lawyer: Neo-Nazi "troll storm" protected by free speech

An attorney says the "bona fide neo-Nazi" he represents may have written cruel and crude commentary about a Montana woman who's now suing him, but the First Amendment doesn't require kindness.

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Student Athlete of the Year top 10 contenders May 16

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Here's your Top 10 contenders for Student Athlete of the Year, as of May 18. The winner will receive a $2,000 cash scholarship, awarded by ABC FOX Montana and Mattress Firm Montana! Voting closes at midnight on May 21, and we'll announce a winner on May 22! Keep those votes coming in by clicking here. You can vote ONCE EVERY HOUR! 1. Keri Peterson (Missoula) 2. Katie Hoppe (Belgrade) 3. Kaelyn Smith (Polson) 4. Brooke Mycke (Conrad) 5. Macy Mangold (Fergus) 6. Rachel Ryan (Gr...

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Margot Kidder's daughter shaken by Mother's Day death

The family of Margot Kidder says they were shaken by the "Superman" actress' death on Mother's Day.

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Montana Unemployment drops to 4%

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Governor Steve Bullock today announced Montana’s unemployment rate dropped slightly to 4.0% for the month of April.

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Can Brennan's Wave withstand historic Clark Fork flooding?

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With the Clark Fork running high and fast, many people are wondering how a beloved local surfing and kayaking feature is holding up.

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Missoula Flooding Resources

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Here's a list of resources for the flooding Missoula neighborhoods as of the week of May 14-20. Information compiled from the Missoula Flood Support Facebook group. Inciweb for the latest updates compiled by state and local emergency officials Missoula Flood Support community group on Facebook Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Missoula County 911 Facebook Missoula County Facebook Request for Disaster Assistance form: http://bit.ly/RequestForAssistance Donate sand ...

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Forecast improves for Missoula floods this weekend

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MISSOULA - County officials say residents preparing for the river to crest this weekend may be able to breathe a sigh of relief. The National Weather Service's latest prediction says water levels won't rise as high as they did on May 12-13, when they hit 14 feet.

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Woman treated for bear attack near Libby

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KALISPELL - An adult woman was airlifted to Kalispell Regional Medical Center after a reported bear attack. A press release from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 1 says personnel responded to the report around 11:30 AM. 

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Woman attacked by bear

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According to a press release from Fish, Wildlife, & Parks, a bear attack has been reported in a remote section of the Cabinet Mountains south of Libby. 

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Law enforcement honor fallen Deputy Mason Moore, 1 year after his death

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TOWNSEND - Just one year ago, Broadwater County Sheriff's Deputy Mason Moore lost his life in the line of duty, on a high-speed chase in southwestern Montana. The loss of Deputy Moore weighs on the hearts of his department and community. 

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Classic film The Horse Whisperer celebrates 20th anniversary in Bozeman

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This weekend the City of Bozeman will help celebrate the 20th anniversary of the critically acclaimed film The Horse Whisperer with a special screening at the Emerson Theater.

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Crews removing major debris from flooded area near Schmidt Road in Missoula Video included

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Missoula County emergency officials explain how a fire started while they were working on a mobile home in a flooded area.

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Big Sky HS student disciplined for Confederate flag sweatshirt

A Montana high school student has been disciplined for continuing to wear a Confederate flag sweatshirt after administrators requested that he stop wearing it.

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Man rescued from Clark Fork after jumping from bridge

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Missoula Police are staging at several bridges in town after receiving numerous reports from people saying a man jumped off the Orange Street bridge in to the Clark Fork River.  

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CDC: Romaine lettuce now safe to eat, 172 sickened by E. coli

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Health officials say nearly two dozen more cases of a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce grown in Arizona have been reported.

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UM student doc explores ways to alleviate overcrowding in Montana jails

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For the past four months, nine University of Montana School of Journalism students have been taking a closer look at overcrowding in Montana's 36 jails. The culmination of their work, 'Montana jails: Slammed for Solutions,' will broadcast for a statewide audience on Thursday night.

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Missoula county officials discuss recovery efforts

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Emergency officials are also preparing for several more days of intense flooding. 

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Flood season takes a toll on Missoula families Video included

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MISSOULA - On Mallard Way, off Mullan Road, many residents were having a tough time on Wednesday as they scrambled to prepare for another round of high water. "Take a look at how fast the Clark Fork River is moving right now, and it's only supposed to get higher moving into the weekend," says Bob Dischner. "That's why neighbors are working really hard together to prepare for the flood." Dischner says this flood season has been extremely draining on him and his fa...

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Missoula Fresh Market steps up to support flood victims

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Businesses all around Western Montana have stepped up to support those impacted by flooding this spring. You can now add Missoula Fresh Market to that list.

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More smoke expected from Mount Sentinel controlled burn

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MISSOULA - Expect more smoke from a controlled burn on Mount Sentinel planned for May 17- May 22. 

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Tester and Bullock support Senate's net neutrality vote, Daines votes against

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Gov. Steve Bullock issued a statement in support of the U.S. Senate's vote this week to reinstate net neutrality. After the Federal Communications Commission repealed net neutrality rules in January, Bullock became the first state governor to issue an executive order requiring internet providers that contract with the state of Montana to follow net neutrality. This week, a Senate majority voted in favor of restoring net neutrality. Supporters of net neutrality sa...

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Correction: Grizzly Bear Captured-Relocated story

In a story May 15 about a grizzly bear being captured near McGregor Lake, The Associated Press reported erroneously the number of grizzly bear recovery areas. There are six in the Lower 48 states, not five.

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Attorney general defending Montana's anti-intimidation law

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Montana's attorney general is defending the state's anti-intimidation law against a neo-Nazi website publisher's claims that the statute is unconstitutional.

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Gallatin County seeks to charge 13-year-old in shooting

The Gallatin County attorney's office has filed a motion seeking to charge a 13-year-old boy with felony negligent homicide in the August 2016 shooting death of a 9-year-old boy at a residence in Belgrade.

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Man arrested on suspicion of killing Anaconda cancer patient Video included

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Butte police took a murder suspect into custody early Wednesday morning. 

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Bison calves rescued from flooding Clark Fork

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MISSOULA – As dozens of homes remain evacuated because of the flooding Clark Fork, a local bison ranch is also struggling to protect its herd.

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Missoula named one of America's drunkest cities

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New buzz about Missoula: it's been named one of America's drunkest cities. According to 24/7 Wall Street, Zootown comes in at 7. Green Bay, Wisconsin is in first place. Dothan, Alabama is the driest.  24/7 Wall Street reviewed the adult excessive drinking rate in 381 U.S. metro areas to identify the 20 drunkest and driest cities. The cities with the highest excessive drinking rates are concentrated in the Midwest, while those with the lowest rates are mostly in southern s... More>>

Don't be a statistic, one in four consumers are scammed by travel fraud

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While you might be getting excited for summer, you need to be careful while booking your family vacation. 

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How you can help Missoula flood victims

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Donate to United Way of Missoula County Volunteer to fill sandbags Donate resources like sand or bottled water

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Out of towners help with sand bagging efforts in Missoula Video included

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Thousands of volunteers are stepping up to help those forced to evacuate from Clark Fork flooding. 

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Fire sparks as crews try to secure flooded Missoula mobile home

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A Weather Authority Alert is still in effect as of Tuesday, despite a lull in water levels on Missoula's Clark Fork River. Safety crews took this opportunity to assess damage and gain control of one of several mobile homes swept off their foundations on Schmidt Lane. And as crews were cutting through the exterior of a mobile home to secure a chain around it, a fire started.

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Montana Treasure: The inspiring Ann Bourassa

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Our own Meghan Bourassa honors her mom, Ann, who's been a best friend and a source of strength - even as she deals with a cancer diagnosis.

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Helena man killed in rollover crash near Jordan

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A Helena man was killed in rollover crash near Jordan around 6:45 Monday evening. 

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Landowners, groups sue to cancel Montana energy lease sales

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Environmental groups and Montana landowners are suing to cancel the U.S. government's recent sales of 287 oil and gas leases on federal land in the state.

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2 young girls killed in rollover crash in southern Montana

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Two girls, ages 6 and 12, were killed and seven people were injured in a crash near Busby in southern Montana.

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Student Athlete of the Year: Sneak Peek at the Top Contenders

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Voting is underway for the Student Athlete of the Year, who will win a $2,000 cash scholarship sponsored by Mattress Firm and ABC FOX Montana. We won't announce the final results until May 22, but you can get a sneak peek at the top contenders and keep rooting for your favorite athlete! 

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Prescribed burn planned for Sawmill Gulch Tuesday

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MISSOULA - Forest Service officials are burning understory acreage in the Rattlesnake Recreation Area on Tuesday, and hikers and bikers should watch out. The Missoula Ranger District is planning to burn 125 acres in the Sawmill Gulch area, just off the main Rattlesnake trailhead, to reduce fuel load and restore the health of the ecosystem.  

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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel gets a makeover

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The month of May means the start of a new summer tourism season in Yellowstone National Park and a new look for the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel. ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall takes you on a tour, in the video above, as Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel gets a make-over.

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Margot Kidder remembered as animal lover, activist Video included

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Friends of the late Margot Kidder remember her dedication to animals and community spirit.

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Polson man dies after being swept over waterfall

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An 18-year-old Polson man has died after slipping into a creek and being swept over a waterfall while on a hike.

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Supreme Court ruling could lead to expanded gambling

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling that clears the way for states to allow betting on the outcome of sporting events won't have an immediate impact in Montana, but it opens the possibility of expanded gambling offerings.

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Team Rubicon urgently needs more sandbag volunteers Video included

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MISSOULA - The county urgently needs more volunteers to help fill sandbags before flooding worsens by the end of the week. The number of volunteers have significantly gone down since Saturday, and they're now only producing about half as many sandbags as over the weekend.

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Some Missoula flood victims allowed to return temporarily

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MISSOULA - Evacuated residents got some welcome news on Monday afternoon as they're allowed to return temporarily to check on their homes. Flooding is expected to worsen on Thursday and Friday.

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Friend says Margot Kidder had unusual wish for her remains

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Friends are recalling the life of Margot Kidder, who died Sunday at age 69 in her home in Livingston. They say she had an unusual request for her remains.

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Clark Fork closed from Reserve to Kona for safety

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MISSOULA - A section of the Clark Fork is closed to all recreation access due to dangerous debris, downed power lines and high waters. A press release from Missoula County says the closure will stay in effect while emergency officials try to remove the power lines and wait for waters to recede.

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Montana woman suing Colorado hotel for husband's pool death

A Colorado appeals court has reversed an earlier ruling on a wrongful death suit by a Montana woman against a Grand Junction hotel.

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Native-designed fashion label uses Montana art

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Traditional Native American ledger artists are collaborating with B. Yellowtail, a Los Angeles-based fashion label that's bringing Native American art to the world. 

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Margot Kidder, Lois Lane in the 'Superman' franchise, found dead

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LIVINGSTON, Mont. (AP) - Margot Kidder, who starred as Lois Lane in the "Superman" film franchise of the late 1970s and early 1980s, has died.    Franzen-Davis Funeral Home in Livingston, Montana, posted a notice on its website saying Kidder died Sunday at her home there. 

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Yellowstone's Steamboat Geyser erupts for 5th time this year

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The world's largest active geyser has erupted again in Yellowstone National Park.

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Name released of Polson man who died at Mud Lake Falls

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POLSON - The Lake County Sheriff released the name of the man whose body was recovered from the Mud Lake Falls area on Saturday afternoon. 

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Power lines tipped over in the Clark Fork, Missoula officials warn

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MISSOULA - Floods in the Tower Street area knocked over power lines, causing a serious hazard in the water. An alert issued by Missoula County on Sunday night warns that power lines are in the water from the end of Tower Street spanning to Schmidt Lane.  NorthWestern Energy has shut off the power to the lines, but they remain a significant danger to anyone recreating on the Clark Fork.  While emergency officials try to resolve the situation, the public is urged to stay aw...

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Flooding updates in your area

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Here are the current flooding statuses for rivers in your area: 

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Public meeting to discuss Missoula Co flooding set for Monday

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According to a Facebook post from Missoula County 9-1-1, there is a public meeting scheduled for 6:00 pm on Monday at Hawthorne Elementary in Orchard Homes to discuss flooding. Hawthorne Elementary is located at 2835 S 3rd Street W in Missoula.

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Body of skier missing since February found

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The body of Dr. Jonathan Torgerson, the skier who has been missing since February, has been found. According to the Flathead County Sheriff's Office, searches have resumed in the past few weeks to locate Dr. Torgerson. 

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Clark Fork reaches 2nd highest level on record

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The Clark Fork River reached the 2nd highest level on record Friday night.

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Parks, fishing access sites closed along Clark Fork

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Fish Wildlife and Parks officials have closed several parks and fishing access points along the flooded Clark Fork River. 

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Volunteers bag 300 tons of sand, move locations

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As the Clark Fork River broke a historic record, cresting just under 14 feet Friday night, volunteers scrambling to fill sandbags broke a record of their own. 

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Flooding plagues Helena mobile home community

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A makeshift levee that was holding back floodwaters at a mobile home park collapsed overnight, opening up the floodgates even more. 

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Smurfit-Stone chemical ponds at risk of leaking into Clark Fork

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MISSOULA - As the Clark Fork rises, it's at risk of contamination from the industrial settling ponds at the former Smurfit-Stone site.

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Mother's Day-Siara's new home

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May is National Foster Care Month, so we are celebrating the foster parents and children in our state, and mother's simultaneously this morning. Times weren't always as promising for the 15 year old.  After living with an adoptive family from age 3 to 13, Siara went to four different foster homes...and then she met Tina Ott.  Siara fell in love with Tina and asked to be adopted. "I thought well i'll pray about this and see where god wants me to lead, because I am a si... More>>

Forest Service warns of heavily washed-out roads

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Forest Service roads around the state have been hit by overflowing creeks. Lolo National Forest posted photos of a washed-out Fish Creek Road in the Ninemile district, and said traffic will be rerouted to Petty Creek Road for now. 

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Crews rescue man from flooded Clark Fork River

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Multiple agencies responded to the Reserve Street bridge in Missoula Thursday evening after reports of man in a raft on the Clark Fork River. Public Information Officer Mel Holtz said the man was brought to safety just before 9:00 p.m.

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Flooding forces evacuations in Frenchtown

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Flooding has forced residents in Frenchtown to evacuate.

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Additional homes under evacuation ORDER in Missoula

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The Missoula County Sheriff's Office put additional homes under evacuation ORDER Thursday.

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Lewis & Clark County runs out of funds for sandbags

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HELENA: Flood waters are continuing to rise in Helena and the county is running out of funds to help out.  Sandbags are available until Friday at 5 pm at the fairground but after that, it will be up to the public to provide their own sandbags. Sandbag payment comes directly from the general fund and in a press conference yesterday Governor Steve Bullock offered state assistance if needed but no word on where that funding would exactly come from. According to a press releas... More>>

Army doctors grew a soldier a new ear... in her forearm Video included

Autologous cartilage in the shape of an ear growing in a patient's forearm is shown as part of cutting-edge total ear reconstruction performed on a 21-year-old Soldier at William Beaumont Army Medical Center, the 1st of its kind at WBAMC. U.S. Army Photo Autologous cartilage in the shape of an ear growing in a patient's forearm is shown as part of cutting-edge total ear reconstruction performed on a 21-year-old Soldier at William Beaumont Army Medical Center, the 1st of its kind at WBAMC. U.S. Army Photo
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A United States Army Private became the first in U.S. Army history to undergo a total ear reconstruction.  

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Missouri River fishing access site closed due to high water

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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has closed the Mid Canon Fishing Access Site on the Missouri River about halfway between Helena and Great Falls due to high water. The closure of the FAS just downstream from the mouth of the Dearborn River was prompted by the Missouri River flooding the campground area and latrine.                 Mid Canon FAS will remain closed until the Missouri recedes and the area... More>>

River conditions too dangerous to retrieve flooded mobile homes, Missoula officials say

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MISSOULA - The flooding Clark Fork is too full of debris to safely retrieve mobile homes that have been washed off their foundations, according to county officials.

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Yellowstone County-Rise in foster kids and need for advocates

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New numbers show Montana is seeing a record high of 4-thousand foster care kids, with a fourth of those coming from Yellowstone County. Advocates at one non-profit organization in Billings, say being a "voice" for children that don't have one is what motivates them. Of the 1,000 foster care kids in Yellowstone County, CASA of Yellowstone County advocates currently serve 284 of them.  They're goal is to serve all of them, they simply don't have enough volunteers at thi...

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Multiple reports of counterfeit money in Polson

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Polson police are reporting counterfeit money is circulating throughout the community.  

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Name released of man killed in rollover on Highway 93

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KALISPELL - Authorities released the name of a man who died Monday in a single-vehicle rollover. 

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Arocha guilty of lesser charge in federal murder case

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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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Lt. Governor Cooney will tour flood areas in Missoula

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Montana's Lt. Governor Mike Cooney will participate in a flood briefing and tour flooded areas in Missoula Thursday.

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Volunteers collect 80 tons of sand for flooded homes Video included

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MISSOULA - As flooding continues, so does help from community members who want to assist their neighbors in need. At Orchard Homes Country Life Club, volunteers from across the region are coming to help. Volunteers put together about 80 tons of sand just on Wednesday to help protect properties from the rising Clark Fork.

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Flooding Clark Fork is sweeping away mobile homes, officials say

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MISSOULA - In a press conference held Wednesday afternoon, county emergency officials said the rising Clark Fork poses a danger and that people should stay away. There are also reports of the floodwaters sweeping away some mobile homes. 

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New Bozeman Public Safety Facility seeking November ballot

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The Bozeman City Commission has decided to place the new public safety building on the November ballot. 

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Sec. Pompeo returning with 3 Americans detained in North Korea

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President Donald Trump says Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is on his way back from North Korea with three American detainees, saying they "seem to be in good health." 

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Voters approve new high schools in Lockwood, East Helena

Voters in Lockwood and East Helena have approved bonds to build new high schools.

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Dangerous flooding prompts evacuation ORDER in Missoula

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The Missoula County Sheriff's Office has issued a mandatory evacuation ORDER for dozens of homes in the Orchard Homes area as flood levels become dangerous.

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Kalispell voters approve $1M school levy

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Preliminary results on Tuesday showed voters approving a $1 million general elementary levy for Kalispell Public Schools.

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Fund created to help Missoula flood victims

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The Missoula County Office of Emergency Management and United Way of Missoula County have established a fund to help residents impacted by flooding. 

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Army Corps of Engineers checks levies in Western Montana

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers spent the day Tuesday checking on levies and dams around Missoula to make sure they'll hold as rivers and streams continue to rise around Western Montana.

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Missoula residents bracing for impending floodwaters

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MISSOULA - One family is seeing five-foot-deep water in their basement: and the Clark Fork is expected to rise even higher. They're using several creative methods to try to stop the river from coming further into their house.

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Trump to withdraw US from landmark Iran nuclear deal

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Iran's state-run news agency is quoting an anonymous official saying President Hassan Rouhani (hah-SAHN' roh-HAH'-nee) will give a televised address after President Donald Trump announces his intention to pull America out of the Iran nuclear deal. 

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Mental health help for Teens

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With active shooter situations and school safety still a hot topic mental health is one of the areas politicians are looking at strengthening. Emma Kerr-Carpenter, community education coordinator for Billings non-profit, "Youth Dynamics" says, the more resources we have in the community the better it is for everybody and the less likely these violent situations in school are likely to happen. Kerr-Carpenter, says "Youth Dynamics" will help a family however they n... More>>

"Youth Entrepreneurs" coming to Montana

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A popular entrepreneur program seen in many cities nationwide is now making it's way to Montana. "Youth Entrepreneurs" has brought their program to a rural state and the first time they will bring it to an entire state. All teachers of the six selected schools across Montana will train in June to incorporate this new entrepreneurial program into their classes.  Liz Marchi, a leader in bringing "Youth Entrepreneurs" to Montana says Montana is fourth in the... More>>

Man arrested for homemade bomb in Darby

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DARBY - The Ravalli County Sheriff's Office evacuated a motel in Darby after discovering a homemade explosive device in one of the rooms. 

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Heavy flooding in Helena continues

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We're following major flooding across parts of our state with flood warnings and advisories in effect. Those living in the Helena Campground and RV Park near Ten Mile Creek have been battling the floods all day and night.  

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Missoula County debuts flood information line

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In order to keep residents informed, Missoula County has established a flood information hotline. 

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Frenchtown's Freshman Jace Klucewich Continues to Impress

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"He was the type of kid coming out of middle school that as a track coach as a football coach you are obviously pretty exited about. The caliber of athlete that he is is just something you don't see a lot of," said Frenchtown Head Track Coach Ryan Nelson.  Everyone in Frenchtown knew Freshman Jace Klucewich had the potential to be a star for the Broncs in High School. Older kids like Ethan Pyron had heard about the middle school stud and despite the hype Klucewich has ...

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Montana Treasure: Bozeman family mining for Yogo sapphires

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Perhaps no one has such a love or knowledge of the stone as the father and son duo behind the Gem Gallery in downtown Bozeman and the new owners of the Vortex Mine in Yogo Gulch. Yogo sapphires are exclusively found in the Yogo Gulch of the Little Belt Mountains in Judith Basin County.

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Amtrak Closing Ticket Stations Video included

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Ticket stations are closing in both Shelby and Havre at the beginning of June. And the reason? Technology.  90% of the tickets bought through Amtrak are purchased either online or over the phone. Last year Havre and Shelby each had over 10,000 passengers; and with 9 out of 10 passengers purchasing their ticket online, the decision, although a sad one, makes sense. "They informed us that nine out of ten of the ticketing was either done by email or by telephone an... More>>

New Benefis Trauma Center Video included

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Benefis hospital is seeing some new changes as they finish up phase one of their new level 2 trauma center.  The total cost of this project is $12.5 million dollars, $2.5 million of which has been donated through donors of the Benefis Foundation. With complete new trauma centers, helicopter pad, and state of the art equipment, this new facility is a huge asset not only to Great Falls but neighboring communities as well. In fact, it’s the only one of its kind in this... More>>

Amtrak to close Shelby, Havre ticket counters to save money

Amtrak has announced it will close its ticket counters in Shelby and Havre in an effort to save money.

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What's next for Bolt D'Oro after Kentucky Derby loss

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Despite holding an initial lead during the Kentucky Derby, Bolt D'Oro lost steam halfway through the race and finished 12th. His owners say he was checked for any heart or lung issues.

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Storm knocks out power to thousands in Missoula area

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A spring thunderstorm knocked out power to thousands Sunday night.  As of 8 p.m. Northwestern Energy was reporting at least eleven separate power outages in and around Missoula. Two of those were affecting at least 400 customers each.  The storm rolled through quickly packing strong winds and heavy rain. It knocked down trees and caused drivers to pull over because they couldn't see the road.  The rain added insult to injury, making already flooded rivers swell ...

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The New Frontier: "Build it Better" Video included

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Google “Shelby Carousel” and a "permanently closed" alert pops up. But that couldn’t be any further from the truth. "It's a long story, but I'll try to be brief." But it's a story with a simple message: if it's broken, you fix it. "Well it was in bad shape. It was greasy and dirty. And so I worked on it all winter and all summer," says Shelby Carousel founder Harry Benjamin. After purchasing the carousel in 2016 and finding the perf...

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Emergency Personnel "can't stress enough how dangerous" floodwaters are

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In a press conference Sunday at the Missoula County Emergency Operations Center, emergency responders laid out their ongoing plans to deal with severe flooding throughout Missoula County. Speakers stressed the importance of avoid floodwaters to prevent the spread of disease; if you are exposed to floodwaters, emergency personnel ask that you wash the exposed area immediately. In addition, multiple first responders spoke to the risk of undercurrents, and how dangerous and strong thos...

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Michael Flynn cancels Montana campaign appearance

President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn has canceled a campaign appearance in Montana for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Troy Downing.

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Flooding preparations underway in Seeley

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Significant flooding for the Seeley Lake area is expected in the coming week and there are measures in place to help the public prepare. The Missoula Disaster and Emergency Services has delivered sandbags to the Seeley Lake volunteer fire department station 1 and at the Missoula county satellite office north of Seeley. They are available to the public on a first come first serve basis. There are numerous locations around Seeley where local businesses have generously provided fill ... More>>

Southgate Mall sold to real estate investment group for $58M

Southgate Mall in Missoula has been sold to an Ohio-based real estate investment group for $58 million.

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Win your own Montana restaurant in an essay contest

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BIGFORK - The Woods Bay Grill is being given away for a song - or an essay contest, rather. The Flathead Lake establishment is up for sale, and will be given to anyone who enters an essay contest and pays the entry fee $150. 

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Health safety as floods continue

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Intense flooding continues, still leaving Montana in a state of emergency.  While those waters leave many homes in danger, they also can leave your health at risk. 

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Missoula man hospitalized after attempting to rescue dog in river

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A Missoula man is recovering in the hospital, after attempting to rescue his dog Thursday night from the fast-moving Clark Fork river.

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Sperry Chalet's stone walls withstand wintry weather

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A recent flyover of Glacier National Park's Sperry Chalet shows that its stone walls are withstanding the wintery weather. The century-old building was destroyed last summer by the Sprague Fire.

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Missoula Animal Control rescues dogs from flooding

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Missoula Animal Control rescued three dogs from a flooded property Thursday.

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Tower Street residents see some relief from flooding Video included

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Many Missoula residents are cleaning up as floodwaters receded significantly on Thursday, after days of high waters.

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Watch a Montana horse compete in the Kentucky Derby this Saturday

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MISSOULA - This Saturday, a local Kentucky Derby watch party offers the chance to see a Montana horse compete for the roses.

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Montana Treasure: The men who love quilting at St. Paul's Lutheran

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For years, seven men have met at St. Paul's Lutheran Church on Monday nights to make quilts. The group started on a dare, but in the years since, it's become an important way for friends to spend time together while doing good deeds for their community.

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Greg Upham agrees to serve as Superintendent of SD2 Video included

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Mr. Greg Upham, Assistant Superintendent of Helena Public Schools has agreed to serve as the next Superintendent of Billings Public Schools. 

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Policy prevents officers from being fired amid sex misconduct Video included

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BILLINGS- Questions are being raised about why three Billings Police Department officers haven't been fired, after it was revealed the officers had sex during duty and on city property.  Two of officers were on patrol at the time, another was off duty.  "You can't just say I am mad at you, you're fired like you see on TV, that cannot happen," said Chief Rich St. John.  However things are now complicated with what St. John can release and what he can't due t...

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Search on for Illinois man missing in Stillwater County

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The Stillwater County sheriff's office is looking for a 45-year-old Illinois man who is considered missing under suspicious circumstances after his vehicle was found in the south-central Montana town of Reed Point.    Sgt. Randy Smith says Paul Batson's Dodge Charger was found Sunday evening.    Officers want to talk with anyone who may have had contact with Batson, who is described as being 6 feet, 2 inches (188 centimeters) tall with brown ...

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Body of missing doctor found in Gallatin County

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Gallatin County Sheriffs found the body of missing doctor, Patrick J. Fitzpatrick, Saturday.  

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Flooding may contaminate drinking water

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In addition to dealing with high waters damaging their homes and properties, Missoula County residents impacted by flooding also need to be concerned about the safety of their water. 

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5,000 sandbags delivered to Seeley Lake Wednesday Video included

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SEELEY LAKE - Flooding is continuing to impact a community where the lake started to spill over its banks earlier this week. Many homes, summer cabins and roads in the area are soaked in deep water. Some of the worst flooding is on C Street, where yards and the road are completely covered. The river and lake started to spill over on Sunday. While many of the cabins are mostly used as summer vacation homes, residents say it's still devastating. One resident said this is the worst fl...

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3-year-old grizzly relocated from Marion area

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KALISPELL - Wildlife officials captured and relocated a young grizzly who was seen eating trash and birdseed at nearby rural homes. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials say the bear was a 3-year-old male, weighing 246 pounds. A bear specialist captured the bear on April 28, and experts helped fit the bear with a radio collar before moving it to a remote part of the Kootenai National Forest west of Lake Koocanusa. FWP reminds residents to remove or put away attractants li...

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Viral video: Ducklings living at Bozeman High School Video included

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A pair of mallards nests in the high school courtyard every year and raises their ducklings. Once the ducklings are big enough, staff escort the mother and babies through the high school to their summer residence in Bozeman creek.

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Billings Police Chief: "We need to build trust' amid sex misconduct case

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BILLINGS- After a sexual misconduct case rocked the Billings Police Department, for the first time the police chief is addressing how the scandal has taken a toll on his agency.  

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Bison injures visitor at Old Faithful

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An Idaho woman was injured by a bison in Yellowstone National Park.

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Statewide flooding emergency declared in Montana

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has declared a statewide flooding emergency.

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Construction Season Video included

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Well it may not look or even feel like it but we’re getting there. That’s right... it’s road construction season. But how has all the recent weather been affecting the construction projects?  The good news is that they haven’t been affected too badly! The biggest delay has been along the Hi-Line, however, that should be back on schedule within the next week or two if things continue to slowly dry out. WIth the construction seas...

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Parents hopeful new app could protect student athletes Video included

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The relationship between an athlete, a coach, an athletic trainer, and a parent can be a complicated one. When that communication falls apart, the results can be life changing, and a solution can seem impossible to find. That is until now. One man in Texas thinks he may have the answer to fixing miscommunication issues out on the field, and it's one that some local parents hope might be the answer they've been looking for. "It's one of them deals you wouldn't wish on anybody,&...

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UPDATE: Police standoff comes to a peaceful end in downtown Billings Video included

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Billings Police have breached a home ending a standoff in downtown Billings.

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Missoula College class volunteers for flooded neighborhood Video included

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People throughout the community are pitching in to help flooded residents keep their heads above water. 

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Shelter opens for residents impacted by flooding

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The American Red Cross of Montana has opened an evacuation shelter in Missoula for those impacted by flooding.

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Wild images caught on camera

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A wildlife photographer from Fortine has caught some amazing images on trail cams throughout the region.  Robert LeBlanc said he loves taking pictures of Montana's wildlife and he shared these with ABC FOX Montana. He says he's captured photos of every breed of animal in the state except a fisher. He hopes to get a photo of that animal soon.    More>>

Flooding continues to impact Missoula neighborhood Video included

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Flooding continues to impact residents in Missoula's Tower Street neighborhood Monday.

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Flood waters hit summer cabins in Seeley Video included

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Rising waters in Seeley Lake are overtaking a popular summer cabin area. C Street on the southwest end of Seeley Lake is closed after the lake breached it's bank Sunday, flooding the road and area cabins.

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Grizzly euthanized for killing calves

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TETON COUNTY - One male grizzly bear has been euthanized and another female has been relocated after Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks found several dead sheep and calves in the area. The female, described as 220-pound 3 year old, was captured west of Pendroy after several sheep were killed on a ranch nearby.  She was fitted with a radio collar and released near Rose Creek on the Sun River Wildlife Management Area west of Augusta.  Bruce Auchly tells KFBB, "We don't t... More>>

Memorial Service planned for Law Enforcement on May 8

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It’s been almost a year since Deputy Sheriff Moore was killed in the line of duty. Now, Montana Highway Patrol, Bozeman PD and the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office are coming together for a special ceremony. 

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MCPS receives $10,000 for refugee translation services

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MISSOULA - A local grant of $10,000 will translate Missoula County Public Schools notices into Swahili, Tigrinya and Arabic to serve refugee students attending school.

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Meadow Hill middle school tests clean for drugs

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MISSOULA - Newly released test results show Meadow Hill Middle School is clean of any possible drug contamination. Missoula County Public Schools ordered the tests after a social worker was arrested on multiple felony drug charges.

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"Get Out There" grant

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If you're looking to get out there for summer -- for the first time "Kampgrounds of America" is offering a grant called "get out there." It's for families who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford a family trip exploring. Anyone qualifies for the grant and you could win as much as $5,000. There's over 500 KOA locations between America and Canada.  Patrick Hittmeier, CEO for KOA, says the "Get Out There" grant is meant to help people who want to go e... More>>

Your Shoes Are Making You Sick Video included

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It’s a common thing for people to walk around the house in their shoes. You almost don’t even think twice about it! However, a recent study shows that this is one of the leading causes of getting sick Believe it or not, your shoes are literally a nice, cozy home for bacteria. In fact, the outside of your shoe carries roughly  421,000 bacterial cells. 95% of the bacteria we track in are from things we’ve stepped on...

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Blue Slide Road near Thompson Falls closed due to washout

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A portion of Blue Slide Road, west of Thompson Falls, is currently closed after being washed out by flooding. The road is closed near the Blue Slide Hill, which is between mile marker 13.5 and 14.5 on Blue Slide Road.

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One dead in Madison County crash

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One person is dead after a weekend crash in Madison County.

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