GREAT FALLS- Now that winter is fizzling out we're still getting "spring" snowstorms, and the City of Great Falls is making sure you and your families have something fun to do this weekend reminding us, that those Montana summer days are almost here.
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HELENA - As the legislative session nears a close, major bills that remain to be voted on include Medicaid expansion and an anti-abortion measure.
BOZEMAN- Animal Control officials are reminding people to keep their dogs on leash, since nearly 30 dog bites have been reported just since January.
HELENA - Governor Steve Bullock will hold a bill signing ceremony on Thursday at 2 p.m. to celebrate the passage of the firefighter's protection act. He will be joined by Montana Firefighters, IAFF President Harold Schaiberger, Senator Nate McConnell and other Montana legislators.
GREAT FALLS - How many of you were awarded for something back in your high school days? How many of you kept on pursuing your passions related to that award? Here's how high schoolers are taking recognition for excelling in school and using it to pursue their careers.
GREAT FALLS - CodeRED is an alert system designed to protect you and your family in case an emergency happens. First responders are urging folks to sign up for this system.
Some eastern Montana residents are joining forces to keep a gravel pit from setting up shop in their rural community. The proposed site for the gravel pit is known as the Donnes Site. The site is located one mile east of Shepherd. It's a quiet area and residents say they want to keep it that way.
BOZEMAN- A mom in Bozeman realized what an uphill battle it was to find affordable, reliable childcare. So Erica Mackey, C.E.O of My Village, set out on a mission to fix that.
HELENA - Construction work will begin sometime this month at the intersection of York Road and Lake Helena Drive to add a roundabout.
New information is being released surrounding the recovery of Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer, after he was shot by a suspect in March.
The Zonta Club of Billings is hosting a HearMeTooMontana event created by women to talk about challenges to the rights and safety of women and children. The event will feature food and wine by women.
GREAT FALLS - A local Great Falls food bank is on a mission to make sure kids solely relying on meals at school don't go hungry on the weekends.
BOZEMAN- Parking is prohibited on a section of the 200 block of West Lamme as Bozeman Fire will conduct drills for the next few months. The department says they'll occasionally be using fake smoke during the trainings.
GREAT FALLS- It’s spring cleaning season! Here's how women in Great Falls are clearing out unwanted clothes while helping college girls get ready for those professional job interviews just around the corner.
BOZEMAN- By taking the pledge to help Bozeman become the most “water-wise” city, you could win prizes including up to $3000 toward your utility bills.
The Salvation Army in Helena is celebrating after receiving a national award for their life empowerment transition housing program. It was one of four winners and Helena was the only small-town recipient.
GREAT FALLS - Great Falls former boxing Olympian Todd Foster is hosting a crosstown boxing fight Friday with high school students for the fifth year in a row.
BOZEMAN- This weekend at the Ridge Athletic Club, the Cancer Support Community of Montana is asking you to come and walk some laps to fight cancer. One Bozeman woman credits the group with helping her through some dark times after her own diagnosis.
Every year the front lawn of the Capitol is flooded with flowers. It takes about 3-5,000 of them to fill the giant Montana flower bed outside of the Capitol building.
BOZEMAN- A special event in Gallatin County is honoring the 911 dispatchers who are always on the other end of the line, providing a calm response during the worst emergencies.
According to Summer Monforte a M.D who specializes in the allergy field at St. Peters Health says, allergies are the gift that keep on giving, and you’re never really to old to get new allergies.
GREAT FALLS - If your kids are or were in the Great Falls Public School System they most likely know this woman referred to as “Grandma Anna Mae.” Here's how she earned that nickname over the last 18 years.
Rocky Mountain College is expanding its Physician Assistant Studies program. Right now, the college has 36 students in the program. In July of 2020, they will accept 48 students.
A Facebook post on the Billings Customer Service Watchdog page is getting a lot of attention for its video of a favorite elementary school crossing guard. The post went up on April 5 and has over 600 likes from a grateful Billings community.
Currently in Missoula
- Couple arrested in Bozeman for indecent exposure at hot springs
- Head-on crash on I-15 leaves driver with potentially life-threatening injuries
- #YouAsked: What's going on with Cattlemen's Cut?
- Montana Highway Patrol responds to vehicle-horse collision near Stanford
- Close friends launch new public house in Great Falls
- I-15 road blocked south of Helena due to crash
- Random customers have been buying this WWII veteran's breakfast in Post Falls every day for at least three years
- 14-year-old Missoula girl reported missing
- Montana Highway Patrol trooper continues recovery, remains non-verbal after shooting
- Developer plans 105-room hotel in downtown Missoula