MISSOULA - The Lard Butt 1K is a running event that is 0.62 miles long and replaces water stations with donut stations.
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GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Great Falls College MSU is adding cybersecurity to their list of degrees. In 2021, there will be an estimated 3.5 million cybersecurity job openings worldwide, according to research by Cybersecurity Ventures.
BOZEMAN- Many people might be looking forward to taking a break and riding the carnival at the Big Sky Country State Fair, but for kids participating in 4-H, it's the culmination of a year's work - and even helps pay for college.
UPDATE Thu 5:25 PM - Glacier National Park officials say they're scaling back search efforts for a man who went missing early last week.
The Billings Fire Department has about the same number of firefighters they had 42 years ago. But, they are receiving more calls than ever.
MISSOULA - The Chief Charlo Elementary parent teacher organization will host Playgrounds and Popsicles Tuesday at 6 p.m. for the community to learn about the plan to upgrade playgrounds and school facilities.
BOZEMAN- Hiking season sometimes brings a rash of trailhead thefts to the Bozeman area, but there are some ways to deter thieves from smashing your windows.
HELENA - Shodair Children's Hospital has served the Helena community for over a century. And in all that time, the incident involving teenager Kayla Neal is the first time anything like this has ever happened.
The old high school in Big Timber hasn't been used since the early 1980s. Then, there was a fire in the building on October 6, 2017. A group of concerned community members, who call themselves the Old High School Project, have decided to do something with the property.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- In the last 12 years the Cascade County Humane Society has helped spay over 10,000 animals to decrease overpopulation issues. Yet, the organization is saying there’s still overpopulation issues.
BROWNING, Mont.- Walking for Matthew Grant. People are walking to raise awareness about how the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Movement includes not only women but men and children.
MISSOULA - Missoula YWCA and Missoula Interfaith Collaborative have partnered to launch an $8 million public campaign to build a domestic violence shelter and new family housing center.
BOZEMAN- The Sweet Pea Poster is an iconic part of Bozeman’s history, and this year a new poster is being hung on the wall and a new artists name has been added to the list of people who have made them.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Mission Over Malmstrom is happening this weekend. The air force base says it's an open house for the public. There’s going to be aerial and static displays, exhibits and demonstrations.
The Billings/ Laurel All Stars won the state championship this past Monday! Now, they are headed to California to represent the state of Montana in the Regional Little League Tournament.
They have to raise $23,000 in the next five days.
HELENA - The Helena Regional Airport is one 13 Montana airports that recently received more than $3 million in federal funds. U.S Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines announced 13 airports statewide would receive $8 million in funding from the Airport Improvement Program.
GREAT FALLS- The Frosty of Montana ice cream truck is back up and running in the Electric City. For those who don’t remember this truck, you’ll want the kids to know about this story because it could be riding around in your neighborhood.
Construction updates on Alberta Bair Theater started on May 3. Due to the construction, neighboring business Seva Kitchen announced on July 6 they would be closing temporarily.
Seva Kitchen Owner Harvey Singh says this is a good opportunity to do some updates of their own.
DAYTON - One in three combat troops report symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder but only about half seek help, however, Flathead Lake Sailing School is working to make a difference in their lives.
HELENA - According to the Federal Highway Administration, this year alone there has been 26 first responders hit and killed on emergency scenes along the highway. With the alarming rate of first responders being hit and killed they have created the Traffic Instant Management System (TIMS).
BOZEMAN- Gallatin County voters will decide in November whether to drop party affiliations from local races - but a political professor says it might not be a great idea.
Currently in Missoula
- Six people hospitalized in head-on collision between SUV and semi
- Gallatin Search and Rescue member dies in climbing accident
- IRS agents investigating chiropractic clinic in Bozeman
- Former East Glacier teacher admits to sexually abusing students
- Truck crashes through restaurant wall in Kalispell
- Children's hospital in Helena looking for ways to improve, following teen death on I-15
- Helena woman accused of assault with a weapon, stalking
- Attempted kidnapping in Great Falls
- Great Falls man arrested for reportedly trapping family indoors
- GFPRC Searching for Escapee