The Loring's emotional journey in searching for Ashley Loring HeavyRunner
GREAT FALLS- Believe it or not, February is here. Meaning Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and Great Falls businesses have already made plans to celebrate.
GREAT FALLS- Imagine going back to 6th grade after 60 years?! Well, that's exactly what 12 prior Longfellow Elementary students did this morning.
(UPDATE 2/15/19) The University of Providence Board of Trustees voted to approve the recommendation to close several of the university’s programs. As a result of the decision, the following programs will close:
GREAT FALLS- A homeowner is left with practically nothing after his camper erupted into flames this past Saturday, January 26th evening at Dick's RV Park.
(UPDATE 1/29/2019): It’s been announced, The Four Tops will also take the stage Sunday, July 28 in the Pacific Steel & Recycling Arena. According to the Montana Expo Park, they’re a quartet, originally called the Four Aims, made their first single for Chess in 1956, and spent seven years…
GREAT FALLS- After getting submissions for children's books through their own publishing and podcast business, The Get It Factory owner, Ryan Acra, decided it was time to write his own.
GREAT FALLS- There's a new pet shop in town that you won't find anywhere else in the state. It's called Fetch, and today marks their third week in business.
GREAT FALLS- President Trump addressed the nation yesterday announcing the reopening of the government along with discussing why a U.S.-Mexico border wall is imperative for our country.
GREAT FALLS- GREAT FALLS- It’s no doubt that many are still feeling the impacts of last year's record winter. Especially farmers and ranchers, and now that this winter is in full effect, their worries are growing.
GREAT FALLS- A local organization mentoring and helping children overcome barriers with their emotions is reaching out to different groups in our community all in an effort so kids don't fear authorities like law enforcement or firemen, and understand they're here to help.
GREAT FALLS- Nationwide people are gathering to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. and the legacy he left. In Great Falls, churches, the University of Providence, and community members gathered to reflect, sing, and pray, that Martin Luther King Jr.'s words continue to live on each and every day.
GREAT FALLS- When you think of weddings, you probably think about the obvious details like a dress and venue. But, what goes into making sure you have the right stylish flowers for the big day?
GREAT FALLS- Throughout the nation, thousands of people today marched in the third annual Women's March. And this afternoon over 100 people showed up to do just that in Great Falls.
GREAT FALLS- A new Miss Rodeo Montana has been named. Winner Kayla Seaman from Kalispell shares with us what the title means and how she's planning to empower ladies across the Treasure State.
GREAT FALLS- Great Falls Public Schools has narrowed down their superintendent search to three finalists. This afternoon from 1:00 to 3:00 a public meet and greet forum is being held at the Paris Gibson Education Center.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) - A Danish rail operator says six people were killed in a train accident on a bridge linking central Denmark's islands.
GREAT FALLS- A practicing pediatrician for more than two decades, Dr. Jill Bolstad always wanted to give her time to the less fortunate.
GREAT FALLS- Starting January 1st, nine Montana firefighters will begin training for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Firefighter Stairclimb happening in Seattle on March 10th.
GREAT FALLS- After overcoming anorexia and nearly dying from starvation, one Great Falls boy is now helping others heal from it.
GREAT FALLS- After $1.2 million and four months of construction, the Montana Department of Transportation said they've finished fixing over 90 curbs to make the city's sidewalks more user-friendly for everyone.
GREAT FALLS- Back in October, over 150 people gathered at the Future Of The Falls forum to voice their opinions on changes they'd like to see in great falls, and tonight, December 3rd a second discussion is taking place to help put those ideas into action.
GREAT FALLS- Around 2 p.m. yesterday, December 1st, there was an injured 38-year-old woman walking in the middle of traffic yelling with her face visibly cut up when Great Falls Police said they responded to the scene at 8th St. N. and 3rd Ave.
GREAT FALLS- For the last five years, the Gilsbach family has been creating an authentic setting on the second floor of 410 Central Ave. for your children to get a picture with Santa and tell him what they want for Christmas.
GREAT FALLS- One local business that works with book publishing and hosts podcasts had there grand opening tonight, December 1st and believe it or not, they already have business plans booked in L.A.
GREAT FALLS- With the Polar Plunge just one week away, one local business has already raised over 10,000 dollars for Special Olympics Montana.
GREAT FALLS- After at least 18 months of searching for Ashley Loring-HeavyRunner, her sister Kimberly Loring has decided to take her sister's story to Washington D.C.
Currently in Missoula
- Family says cows broke into their new house in Montana
- Funnel cloud spotted over Bozeman
- Name released of Montana man killed in Glacier Park wreck
- CSKT offering $10K reward for information leading to Jermain Charlo
- Montana State Prison reports inmate death
- Lost springer spaniel found in Conrad, Mont.; owners sought
- Semi carrying bees tips over outside Bozeman
- Semi-truck and car collide along I-90, back up traffic for miles
- Man killed, another injured in Glacier park rollover crash
- MAFB no longer considered for temporary shelter