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The Affordable Care Act runs into trouble after two federal courts of appeal issue conflicting rulings on insurance subsidies.
A water main break earlier today knocked out the water supply to about 20 homes in Bozeman. This is the second break within recent weeks, but city officials say there is nothing to be alarmed about.
For more than 100 years Silver Bow Creek was void of any life. Not only are there signs of life again but the native wildlife are thriving. More>>
State leaders celebrate a department of homeland security decision to extend the deadline for Montanans to comply with the Real ID Act. For now the federal government will continue to accept Montana drivers licenses and identification cards for purposes identified under the Real ID Act. More>>
Get ready for the wacky and the wild. E-k days are just two days away in Butte. The free festival kicks off on Thursday and the headlining event is the first ever downhill urban race that will begin at the original mine yard and travel down through Butte. More>>
The American Red Cross is making an urgent plea for blood donors as Montana and other western states are facing a severe shortage. More>>
A black bear in the Two Medicine area is put down after exhibiting food-conditioned behavior. More>>
The search for a missing kayaker will continue Monday on Flathead Lake, it's surrounding shores and the Flathead River, after he's been missing for more than 24 hours. More>>
The Bozeman City Commission unanimously approved the plan for new Bozeman police and municipal courts building, Monday night. More>>
KHQ.COM - Chelan HD Productions has given us permission to show this incredible video they shot with a drone surveying the damage done from the Carlton Complex Fire in the areas of Brewster and Pateros. This video is truly jaw dropping and really shows the level of destruction from the fire. More>>
With just under three weeks of working days from now until the November election, Montana Senator John Walsh is working to bring a bill to a vote that could have a major impact on Montana's wild land and safety.
Teenage girl is in stable condition after she fell off a bungee jump ride on Friday at the Gallatin County Fair. More>>
Butte-Silver Bow law enforcement gears up for a what they predict to be a heavy arrest weekend due to Evel Knievel Days happening later this week. However a problem inside the Butte-Silver Bow detention center could allow some inmates to get out of jail early. More>>
A new series of mini-grants will help girls get hands on experience in stem fields in creative new ways from staring at the stars to fly fishing. The grants offer exposure to science, technology, engineering and math also known as STEM to young women who are interested in those subject areas. More>>
Montana State University College of Nursing makes history this year by offering the first and only doctoral degree program in the state.
The couple that is suspected of robbing and attempting to murder a man near Turah last week is arrested on Monday in Seattle, Washington. More>>
Attorney General Tim Fox responded to a challenge against the same-sex marriage ban in the state of Montana, asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed back in May by four same-sex couples.
Yellowstone National Park is known to have quite the financial impact on the surrounding communities with it is 3.5 million visitors.
Early this morning two helicopters and 17 soldiers from the Montana Army National Guard headed to Washington to help battle massive wildfires. More>>
Smoke from fires emanating from the pacific northwest is making its way south to the Gallatin Valley.
The Montana Board of Public Education is requiring every school bus driver in the state to undergo a criminal background check.
Butte Parks and Recreation will start a new program next week that encourages children to get outdoors and be active. More>>
In a short week the annual Evel Knievel Days festival will pop off in butte. The event kicks of Thursday July 24 and runs through Saturday July 26.
Protesters rally outside of Daines' meeting in Missoula on Friday, calling on the congressman to stop making cuts and exemptions for Medicare. More>>
Congressman Steve Daines is on a statewide tour to address issues Montana seniors and veterans face with the Affordable Care Act. More>>
It is Thursday and it is summertime, that means music in main is delivering sweet sounds to residents in Bozeman. Every Thursday members of the Bozeman community take in music on main inside a closed off section between Rouse and Black Avenue.
The City of Bozeman released plans for a new 23-million dollar cops and courts building.
Attorney General Tim Fox asks a federal judge to throw out four same-sex couples suit for marriage equality. More>>
The Department of Agriculture offers approximately 13 million dollars in Farm Bill funding for organic certification assistance.
A Butte District Judge slaps a quarter-century sentence on a man convicted of shooting and injuring a butte silver-bow police officer.It was an emotional day for Ryan Maloney’s family and Mr. Maloney himself as his sentence was given to him. More>>
GRABOVO, Ukraine (AP) - Malaysia Airlines says the plane that went down in eastern Ukraine was a Boeing 777 with 280 passengers and 15 crew members aboard. Flight 17 had taken off from Amsterdam, bound for Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia, when the airline received notification from Ukrainian aviation authorities that contact had been lost about 30 miles from the Russia-Ukraine border. More>>
KHQ.COM - Watch live as brown bears in Alaska's Katmai National Park converge on Brooks Falls to feed on migrating sockeye salmon. For more bear cam live streams visit Explore.org/bears. Explore.org More>>
Even before the rides were running, there was still plenty to see and do Wednesday at the Gallatin County Fair, which officially opened at 6 p.m. this evening.