The Chippewa people are hosting the Little Shell Pow Wow tomorrow night at the First People's Buffalo Jump State Park in Ulm tomorrow from 12-5 p.m. The event will feature traditional songs, dances, food, and festivities. Toni Atchison, a Pow Wow Committee Chair, sat down in our studio today…
GREAT FALLS- For parents, it’s something they’d never think could lead to sex trafficking. That’s leftover medication in someone's medicine cabinet.
GREAT FALLS- Cascade County is suing the State of Montana Department of Corrections for not following through on their end of a contract to provide funding for the Cascade County Detention Center.
GREAT FALLS- The Department of Public Health and Human Services is reporting the West Nile Virus is confirmed in mosquito samples in three Montana counties.
GREAT FALLS- With Senate Bill 38 passed, it's now opening the doors to a new pilot program allowing emergency medical services to provide what's called, Community Integrated Healthcare.
GREAT FALLS- Back to school season is here. Teachers are getting their classrooms ready to go, but the furniture and decorated bulletin boards all come with a price tag, one they're paying for themselves.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Saluting the brave. With school just around the corner, Operation Homefront's Back-to-School Brigade is back helping Great Falls military families get back in the swing of things.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- The National Retail Federation reports that last year parents spent an average of $684.79 on back to school supplies—add $11.91 to that for this year. The average American family is expected to spend almost $700 on back to school shopping this year.
MISSOULA - A federal judge ordered that the publisher of a neo-Nazi website pay $14 million to a Montana woman who was barraged with harassment from followers of his site.
WEST GLACIER, Mont. (AP) — Searchers have recovered the body of a 64-year-old Canadian man who is believed to have drowned in a small lake at Glacier National Park in Montana.
GREAT FALLS- The City County Health Department is reporting mosquitoes around Great Falls are once again carrying the West Nile Virus, a potentially deadly infection.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Police are asking you to stop turning into the wrong lanes because one it's not safe and two it's illegal when you don't turn into the closest lane towards you.
Fire insurance has become a hot topic among people affected by the several wildfires burning across the state. Several hundred people are under mandatory evacuation orders, sparking conversation about fire insurance coverage and the future of their homes.
GREAT FALLS- While some people look forward to the Montana State Fair because of the carnival rides, others are getting ready for a competition they've been preparing for all year long.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Parents are reacting to the human trafficking operation the Cascade County Sheriff's Office lead over this weekend resulting in five arrests for prostitution charges.
Great Falls Walleyes Unlimited will be hosting a Kids' Fishing Camp August 16-18 at Tiber Reservoir. They're accepting 50 applicants from ages 11-15. The 3 day, 2 night camp offers safety courses, on and off water activities, and a Fish, Wildlife, and Parks sponsored safety course. Seminars …
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- A family's lactose intolerant daughter is inspiring them to enter a specific type of goat into Central Montana 4-H competitions.
GREAT FALLS - Every year the Montana state fair brings in "big named acts". This year some of those acts include Country Singer Trace Adkins, and Comedian Larry the Cable Guy.
GREAT FALLS - The State Fair Race Meet at the Montana ExpoPark is here. It's only one of two horse racing meets left in the Treasure State, leaving many people in the horse racing community disheartened.
LEWISTOWN, Mont.- Having your child turn 16 and get their license can be a daunting thought. Montana Office of Public Instruction is lessening that burden with a driving workshop teaching your children how to handle emergencies.
GREAT FALLS- The Montana Lottery not only plays an important role in the lives of Montanans, but also helps to support our local economy.
GREAT FALLS - Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks is urging you to make sure you're rinsing off your boats to prevent aquatic invasive species. By doing this, FWP says it may save you and your water equipment troubles.
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