BOZEMAN- October 16 is National Fossil Day, and heading to check out the dinos on display at Museum of the Rockies is an ideal way to celebrate.
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BOZEMAN- Events kick off Monday in honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, including a march in honor of the MMIW movement and a free film screening.
MISSOULA- October is national Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with 1 out of every 8 women being diagnosed with breast cancer every year. In Montana alone, 804 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed this year.
According to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Montana saw 28.9 suicides for every 100,000 residents in 2017 -- the highest rate in the nation per capita and double the national average.
The CDC says there are five steps we can take if we are concerned a loved one is considering suicide.
GREAT FALLS- A mom of six kids says she was frustrated to hear that one of her children had been bullying others at school. So she came up with a controversial solution.
HELENA – Electric Bikes have grown in popularity. You can now take an e-bike anywhere not just downtown but even into some national parks.
GREAT FALLS- Parts of Montana got dumped on with snow last week shutting down schools, leaving people snowed in at home, and forcing them to shovel their way out. Now Mother Nature has called for round two.
Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder said an arrest has been made in connection to the death of Lori Bray.
Sheriff Linder said Yellowstone County deputies arrested 22-year-old Diego T. Hernandez on a charge of homicide. The arrest was made at Hernandez's home in Laurel around 8 p-m on Tuesday, October 8.
BOZEMAN- Booklovers this one is for you If you live in Bozeman and you have some time Wednesday afternoon Mount Ellis Elementary School will be hosting author C. R. Stewart.
BOZEMAN- With those weather conditions rolling in MHP says teen drivers need to pay attention as they hit the road for the first time in the snow.
BOZEMAN- With homecoming for the bobcats upon us, we're taking a look at the university that provides so much life to the Bozeman area, Montana State University.
This is Fire Prevention Week. The Billings Fire Department wants to encourage everyone to have a home fire escape plan. You can go here for help in developing an escape plan: https://www.nfpa.org/Public-Education/Staying-safe/Preparedness/Fire-Prevention-Week/About
BOZEMAN- Governor Steve Bullock has re-appointed Bozeman Fire Chief J. Waldo to serve on the Statewide Public Safety Communication System Advisory Council.
BOZEMAN- Right now, you can shoot anywhere in the National Forest, rangers and the Gallatin County Commissioners are exploring possible sites in the National Forest for a target shooting range.
GREAT FALLS- A local high school has taken their homecoming theme of television shows to the next level by replicating the chairs from Game of Thrones.
The woman's body found near Laurel on Wednesday, October 2, is being investigated as a homicide according to Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder.
Sheriff Linder said an autopsy is scheduled for Friday morning, October 4. The autopsy should provides answers as to the identity of the woman's body.
BOZEMAN- This weekend the Bozeman Color Me Fun Run is back for its 5th year, you can run, walk, skip or dance through a 5k course.
BOZEMAN- The hockey team that took Bozeman by storm is back, the MSU Bobcat Hockey team opens its season Friday with a preseason home game vs. Bozeman Stingers Hockey Club.
EAST HELENA – This weekend East Helena High School will celebrate its first homecoming in over 100 years of the school district. There are some great student activities that have been going on throughout the week.
Currently in Missoula
- Two arrested in Ravalli County for meth dealing
- Browning man sentenced for and distribution of child porn
- Object in Helena school bomb scare turns out to be soda bottle
- Court Docs: Spokane County detectives investigating after 3-month-old baby tests positive for meth
- Hunter reported missing near Fort Peck found safe
- Mom punishes son for bullying with "I'm a Bully" sign
- Woman charged with lighting fires west of the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
- Frog causes power outage in Lake County
- New low temperature record recorded for Great Falls
- Lake County sheriff releases names of shooting victim and suspect