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Would you eat cookies with crickets in them?

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2JS Fresh market is pretty well known for its fresh produce, meat, and local products, but they have a new one that might make your skin crawl. it’s called Chocolate Chirp Cookies and they have more than 30 crickets baked into every one of them. They come from a business called Cowboy Cricket Farms in Belgrade which as you can guess specializes in products filled with the little bugs. But will people eat them? “I might give it a nibble. I might give it a try. I don't kno...

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One person shot in Sun Prairie

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Sun Prairie, MT - Cascade County Sheriff Bob Edwards has confirmed with KFBB that one person was shot in Sun Prairie on Washington Boulevard. 

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North Central Montana under a Red Flag Warning

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A Red Flag Warning has been issued for several counties across North Central Montana. No burn ban has been issued, but the warning is also a very important sign of the dangerous conditions. We reached out to meteorologists at the National Weather Service to further explain the situation. 

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Capitol tours cut, first summer without guides

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Guided tours of our state's Capitol used to be the highlight of some tourist's visit. However, 2017 legislative budget cuts defunded the program. Now, folks  are forced to wander around on their own. Our Bliss Zechman explains how one group is taking the lead in getting tours back. Navigating the Montana State Capitol is no walk in the park. The complex spans over 13 acres. Inside, you'll find a labyrinth of halls, rooms and stairs. Understandably, some folks would appreciate ... More>>

9/11 Heroes Run coming to Great Falls Video included

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In tonight's Community Spotlight, Marcus Delgado of the Travis Manion Foundation stopped by the KFBB studios to discuss Great Falls' first 9/11 Heroes Run through the Travis Manion Foundation.  This year's run will take place Sunday, September 16th at 10:00am at West Bank Park. Registration is now open, and military/first responder discounts are available.  For more information about the event and to register, head over to their website. 

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String of crime in the Mid-Town neighborhood

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HELENA, Mont.,- Some residents say their once quiet neighborhood in Helena is now plagued by crime. Our Bliss Zechman spoke with neighbors who are tired of people trying to steal their belongings and peace of mind. Not even this mighty mutt's bark can stop the criminals. "People breaking into places, trying to break into homes, breaking into garages, cars, and stealing things," said Pamela Lee, a longtime Mid-Town resident. Lee says for the past six months the criminal ac... More>>

The Spirit Ride comes to Montana

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The Spirit Ride was in Great Falls Tuesday.  The event not only honored the lives of first responders who lost their lives while responding to calls along highways... but also it educated people about the dangers those responders face everyday. In all 50 states it is the law to slow and move over when driving up to the scene of an accident.  However in a poll by the National Safety Commission a stagger 71 percent of Americans have never heard of this law. The Spi... More>>

Sick bald eagle rescued from Flathead Lake shore

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A quick-thinking couple helped get a sick bald eagle to help, according to wildlife officials. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials say that on July 12, the pair were boating on Flathead Lake when they saw an eagle hop out to the shore to drink water and hop back into the grass.

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U.S. House passes bill to support ICE

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A divided House has approved a symbolic Republican measure that praises U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement and ridicules Democratic efforts to abolish the agency.   

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Montana Supreme Court orders new trial in Billings homicide

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The Montana Supreme Court ordered a new trial in a Billings homicide, ruling the defendant was wrongly denied the opportunity to question whether the state's key witness was under the influence of methamphetamine and could accurately recall the details of the shooting.

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Grizzly partially paralyzed after fall, euthanized

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West Glacier, MT - On July 15th, a partially paralyzed female grizzly bear was discovered after it had apparently fallen around 20 feet onto Going-to-the-Sun Road near Rim Rock, according to a press release from the Glacier National Park. The National Park Service says there was significant trauma to the bear's thoracic vertebrae, broken ribs, and a dislocated hip. Rangers were forced to euthanize the animal. Evidence suggests the bear had been 5-7 years old and was in otherwise good...

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UPDATE: Vice President Pence coming to Billings one day later

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America First Policies has announced a new date for Vice President Mike Pence's visit to Billings on their website.

The Vice President will now be in Billings one day later, Wednesday, July 25th.

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New playground planned for Bozeman sports park

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A new playground is coming to Bozeman! The new playground was voted on by Bozeman residents and will be placed at the new Bozeman sports park that is currently under construction. 

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Montana Crime Lab report shows dramatic increase in meth and heroin

“The State Crime Lab’s annual report confirms what we already knew:  Montana is in the midst of a substance abuse crisis,” Attorney General Tim Fox said.

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Montana Treasure: Iris the Osprey and nest cam

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MISSOULA - One Montana mom is known around the world. She only lives in the state in the summer, and her home is streamed online 24 hours a day.

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Updating Your Backyard Video included

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It's summertime, which means it's your opportunity to make some long needed changes to your backyard.  For many, trying to find where to start is the hardest step.  Ironically, that first step starts with you.  More>>

BOLO issued for armed man, woman believed to be in danger

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The United States Marshals Service issued a Be On the Lookout for a man charged with aggravated assault and tampering with a witness.  

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Travel tips for sold-out Sheryl Crow show at Kettlehouse Amphitheater Wednesday

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Sheryl Crow will be live at the KettleHouse Amphitheater, here’s what to know if you are going.   

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Avoid becoming a lightning statistic with these resources Video included

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July in Montana is considered the most dangerous month to be outside, with powerful thunder and lightning storms slamming the state. 

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Neighbors mourn victims of Monday shooting

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The Lewis and Clark County coroner's office has identified the bodies of the two young people found at a residence on Hannaford Street as 26-year-old Richard Ferris and 21-year-old Olivia Serrano.


 

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City budget passes, Natatorium will close

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The city commission passed the Great Falls annual $117.9 million city budget on Tuesday, with a lot of discussion on what the future holds. 

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Experts aim to stop prenatal substance abuse, statewide problem

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It is a problem that affect more than half of one of our most vulnerable and precious populations in some areas. Prenatal drug abuse has steadily been on the rise in Montana and around the nation. Our Bliss Zechman explains how the government is working with healthcare professionals to help save babies lives. “The most important job that I have isn't being governor, but is being a father,” said Governor Steve Bullock. Governor Bullock addressed a room full of health expe...

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Solution for finding lost pets

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GREAT FALLS- Several people have been reporting missing or stolen dogs across Great Falls. Dr. Kelly Manzer, a veterinarian at K-Heart Veterinary Clinic, recommends microchipping your pets to help solve the problem. 

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Downtown Great Falls outdoor restaurant area

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GREAT FALLS- For those who enjoy sitting outside in the warm weather at restaurants with a burger and beer, good news is on the way for Downtown Great Falls.

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Moving on after four years

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In July, Browning held a number of events.from the annual North American Indian Days, to the rodeo and Indian Relay Races. But that's not all, it also marked the end of an era. "I obviously have mixed feelings,"said Former Business Tribal Councilman Harry Barnes.  After he served serving the Blackfeet nation for four years, tribal chairman Harry Barnes is passing the torch to the next council.  he says he hopes they will be progressive and put whats best for the ... More>>

Supporting seniors in a time of need

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From serving meals for nearly 150 people a day or more, to organizing social events, the hill county senior center provides activities for the elders of their community. But all of that comes with a cost and they need your help.  "But I know they were looking at six figures to keep everything going, the building , the cost of the building and maintaining everything," said Bregren She says spending time with the seniors in ones community is quote *invaluable histo... More>>

New classes now offered at Bass Clef School Video included

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In tonight's Community Spotlight, Tim Bass stopped by the KFBB studio to talk about new class options at Bass Clef School. In the past, the school only offered music classes. But now, it has evolved into a fine arts school, offering a variety of dance, theater and art classes as well. Classes are open to people of all ages, with Tim's youngest student being just two weeks old, and his oldest being 80.  For more information, visit the Bass Clef School website. 

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Annual Montana Professional Firefighter convention

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This week, you may notice an increase in firefighters wandering through the Electric City. The Annual Montana Professional Firefighter convention, and this year Great Falls is the host.  Over 21 different fire departments are expected to show up but adding to the celebration, 2018 marks the 100 year anniversary of Great Falls firefighters. The President of the Great Falls Fire Fighter Union tells us this is a time for firefighters to take a breather but also talk and come up wit... More>>

Gianforte's subcommittee speaks energy development on tribal lands

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Tuesday morning Congressmen Greg Gianforte held a hearing on tribal energy resources and how to reduce barriers members face in getting energy development on tribal land. Gianforte stated that tribal lands hold a wealth of untapped energy resources and 30% of America's coal reserve and as much as 20% of known natural gas comes from tribal land. Despite the positive economic benefits tribes can receive from their energy resources. Gianforte said the federal government makes it hard fo... More>>

Protest in Bozeman after Trump says he trusts Putin over U.S. intelligence

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Bozeman resident Rae English says it was jarring seeing President Trump stand beside the leader of Russia and seemingly dismiss U.S. intelligence. So jarring, it compelled her to organize an impromptu protest in Bozeman.

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Restrictions lifted on most of region’s fishing access sites

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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has lifted walk-in restrictions on all but two of its south-central Montana fishing access sites that were flooded earlier this year. 

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Crews fighting lightning-caused fire in Northwest Montana

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80 firefighters are working to contain a lightning-caused wildfire in the Kootenai National Forest. 

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Police say Jermain Charlo disappearance could be kidnapping Video included

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MISSOULA - Police released new information and new photos showing what Jermain Charlo was wearing before she disappeared on June 16 in Missoula. Det. Guy A. Baker said Tuesday that police are still searching for the woman, who was last seen near downtown Missoula late that Saturday night. 

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Possibly hazardous material spilled on manhole cover near 15th St N and 12th Ave N.

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Yesterday, July 16th, a possibly hazardous material was spilled onto a manhole cover on 15th St N by the intersection with 12th Ave N at around 4:30 P.M.  Great Falls Police told KFBB it appears the investigation might be taken over by the state, as the spill happened over a manhole cover and there is no word on the impacts this can have. Great Falls Police were on the scene directing traffic and told KFBB the material was unknown at the time, and Great Falls Fire Rescue was ha... More>>

Four heroin arrests made in Bozeman, 156 grams seized Video included

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Monday was a busy day for heroin busts in Bozeman, as four people in two cases were arrested for possessing the highly addictive drug.

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GFPD needs the public help to find Tamara "Tammy" Goff Video included

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Just an hour ago the Great Falls Police Department issued a community alert for a missing person. The missing person's name is Tamara "Tammy" Goff. She was last seen leaving her residence in the 2100 block of 7th Ave North, in a 2008 black Chevrolet Colorado (MT plate 293204A), on July 12, 2018, at approximately 7am.  Tammy was said to be headed to the south end of Great Falls with her dog “Sadie”, a German Shepherd mix.  If you have any information a...

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Many Missoula neighborhoods are missing sidewalks

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Residents in the North and West side of Missoula are missing sidewalks. At the current budget, city officials say it would take 80 to 100 years to complete. 

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Crews respond to wildland fires, urge caution in Western Montana

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Two different fire agencies were called to separate wildland fires in Western Montana, Monday. Both are now urging caution as fire danger increases in the region.

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Airfare Prices Soaring Video included

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According to the International Air Transport Association, jet fuel has gone up roughly 55% since last year.  In addition, Delta Airlines is expecting its fuel to cost approximately 2 million dollars more than compared to last year's price tag. As a result, Delta Airlines will be cutting and downsizing flights in the fall in order to help combat the higher fuel costs and will begin with the less popular routes.  In other words, your flight could potentially be&nb... More>>

Well-known Cody businessman, Joe Boydston, remembered after deadly motorcycle crash Video included

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People in Cody are honoring a well respected businessman Tuesday. Joe Boydston, owner of Joe’s Auto, was killed in a motorcycle accident north of Cody late last week.

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Mosquito tests positive for West Nile Virus in Cascade County

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The Cascade County Weed & Mosquito Division said in a press release they have detected their first West Nile Virus positive mosquito sample this year. A WNV positive sample was collected approximately 6 miles North of Great Falls on July 12th, 2018, which was later confirmed by the Department of Health and Human Services on July 16th, 2018. There has been no known infection in humans detected in Cascade County so far this year, but since a WNV positive mosquito sample has b...

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Man breaks into Humane Society, steals dog

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Just after midnight on Monday, July 16th, the Helena Police Department received a call that a man had just "broken into the Humane Society and wanted to get arrested." 

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Man accused of throwing fireworks at children

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One man is now facing charges after police say he was throwing fireworks at children who were playing in the area of the 300 block of N. Davis. 

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Great Falls High Auditorium going under renovations thanks to private donor

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Great Falls Public Schools has yet another big announcement. Great Falls High's Auditorium will be undergoing a remodel thanks to a private donation. Ian and Nancy Davidson made a donation of 1.8 million dollars to the school. The Davidson’s say they have always been a family that believes in helping education and when the school didn’t get the funding for all the remodels they wanted in the 99 million dollar levy, they knew they should step in. “To take that add... More>>

Jeremiah Johnson Brewing Company makes new purchase

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GREAT FALLS- Jeremiah Johnson Brewing Company will be purchasing the Front Brewing Company from the current owners to expand production. The company is located on 3rd Ave South and in the West Bank Development. 

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7,000 stolen dog tags

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GREAT FALLS- For almost two weeks, the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has been searching for any signs of a stolen military bag taken on the Fourth of July. 

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Semi-truck carrying hay catches fire on Hwy. 89

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Just after 4:30 Monday afternoon, fire departments responded to reports of a semi-truck carrying hay on fire near Mile Marker 4 on Highway 89. According to the driver of the semi-truck, he was transporting hay for the animals of the Montana State Fair when he realized his load was on fire.  After about half a mile, he says he decided to pull over to dump the hay to avoid catching the rest of the rig on fire, but when he did, hay fell onto the cab and the blaze spread to the...

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"Ride to the Springs" Car show at Giant Springs State Park Video included

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In tonight's Community Spotlight, Clark Carlson-Thompson and Fay Schwieger with Fish, Wildlife and Parks stop by the KFBB studios to talk about the upcoming annual "Ride to the Springs" Car Show. This year's show will take place Saturday, July 21st from 11:00-4:00pm. Registration and attendance are completely free. For more information, head to the FWP website. 

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Two dead in Helena, investigation underway

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The Helena police department is investigating after two bodies were discovered inside a home along Hannaford Street. According to Lieutenant Jayson Zander, police were called to the scene around 10 a.m. Monday. When they arrived, they found the bodies of a man and a woman. 

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Identity released of body found Saturday

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According to Sergeant Tony Jensen on Saturday, at approximately 3:59 PM Billings Police and AMR responded to a report of a body that had been located in the bottom of a drainage near Bowman Drive.

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Republicans fail to get enough votes for special session

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Republican lawmakers failed to get enough support to call a special session to consider referenda to counter two proposed ballot initiatives.

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One runner finishes the Missoula Marathon while pregnant

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Over in Missoula, one of the largest events of the year, the Missoula Marathon, kicked off Sunday morning for the 12th straight year. A runner from Seattle was running the race for two.

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Missoula firefighters revive cat after structure fire

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Sunday morning, Missoula Rural Fire District responded to a structure fire on Baywood Court. 

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How to survive tick season in Montana

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National tick bite prevention experts say a particular product can help keep ticks away. The product is called permethrin and it’s a plant-derived pesticide.

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How about running a marathon pregnant?

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One of the largest events of the year, the Missoula Marathon, was Sunday for the 12th year. But one runner did pregnant. 

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One dead after rollover crash outside Missoula

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A 45-year-old man is dead after a rollover crash outside Missoula Sunday evening.

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Too Hot to Play Video included

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Due to being smaller, infants and young children get hotter much quicker when exposed to the heat.  In addition to this, children active in sports tend to get hotter and more dehydrated than those who aren't as active.  An overexposure to heat can cause a variety of problems, including heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat rash, etc.  Follow this link for the signs and symptoms of each, as well as how to combat the warmer temperatures.   https://www.cdc.... More>>

At the Finish Line with the Winners of the Missoula Marathon

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Around 6,000 runners participated in Missoula marathon this year and runners from all over finished their race in downtown missoula. Runners had great weather to work with early this morning. Perhaps the good weather helped Mark Messmer from Missoula and keely baker from great falls to win the full Missoula Marthon.  "All year one of my top goal's was to win the win this marathon. So it's like a dream come true," said Keely Baker of Great Falls. Baker was the firs...

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4th Annual Stand Up For Students Toiletries Drive

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GREAT FALLS- The Great Falls Association of Realtors continues to host their 4th Annual Stand Up For Students Toiletries Drive which runs until August 22, 2018. 

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8th Annual Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

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GREAT FALLS- People of all ages dressed up in costumes to attend the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party on July 15th at the Paris Gibson Museum of Art. 

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Drunk driver crashes going 100 MPH on I-15

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 Witnesses say the driver was traveling over 100 MPH and tried to light a cigarette, causing her car to go over the median and roll over.

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Driver not wearing helmet in fatal Lolo crash

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According to Montana Highway Patrol, a 20-year-old Missoula man is dead after crashing his motorcycle just after 8:00 pm Friday. The accident happened on US Highway 93 southbound near Lolo. According to troopers, the driver failed to negotiate his Harley Davidson at a lefthand curve, and struck the concrete barrier. 

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Bands travel across country to perform in Butte Video included

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In Butte, day two of the Montana Folk Fest got underway Saturday afternoon. Despite the hot sun, people turned out in crowds to listen to music and eat good food. One band came all the way from New York to perform for the Mining City. And the heat... didn't slow anyone down.  "We are more grateful than you can imagine to be here, and it just reminds us that doing music despite all of the hardship is so valuable and so important and we are thrilled to be doing it for al...

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Owner of burned truck surprised by incident

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Cody Jackson, the owner of a pick up truck that caught on fire on I-90 going westbound toward Laurel Friday, July 13th, says he was taken completely by surprise by the incident. 

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Former teacher may have probation revoked on sex offense charge Video included

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According to published reports, Converse County prosecutors allege Katie Marcus, who pleaded guilty in 2016 to a 2013 a sex crime, has repeatedly violated terms of her probation. 

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67th Annual Native American Indian Days

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The 67th Annual Native American Indian Days are one of the largest gatherings of the United States and Canadian tribes, hundreds came together to celebrate their culture. The celebration in Browning always happens the second week in July for four days of authentic Blackfeet traditions. Such as pow-wow dancing, stick games, horse relay races, and the crowning of a new Miss Blackfeet. If you didn't make it today, there's still time to participate. The event will wrap up Sunday for more... More>>

Missing rafter found dead near north end of Yankee Jim Canyon

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Park County Sheriff's office identifies deceased rafter pulled from the Yellowstone River Friday morning.

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Man stabbed multiple times in Helena

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An early morning stabbing Friday sent one man to the hospital with several stab wounds. According to the Helena Police Department, officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of 11th Avenue just after 1:30am.  A press release states there was a physical altercation involving several people, with one man being stabbed several times with a knife.  Everyone involved has been identified; no arrests have yet been made. The investigation is ongoing.   

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Community Spotlight: Pint Night!

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The Golden Triangle Chapter of Pheasants Forever is excited to bring ‘Pint Night’ to the Front Brewery in Great Falls. The event happens July 18th and goes from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. There will be a 50/50 raffle and door prizes. $1 from every pint sold supports local conservation efforts. More>>

Helena Regional Airport to undergo expansion

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The Helena Regional Airport is about to undergo a huge expansion. The multi-million dollar project is set to enlarge the terminal, add seating, bring in amenities and more. The two-year project will add more than 20,000 square feet to the building. The passenger holding area will have more seating installed. Right now, many folks have to stand before take-off because there aren't enough seats. Also, the area will get a new restaurant and bar, better Wi-Fi and a cell phone charging ... More>>

Helena tourism on the rise

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Most people think of politics and legislators when the Queen City comes to mind. However, our Bliss Zechman explains how the Helena has turned into a hub for tourism. This bumpy ride is a bonus for the town. Not only does it highlight Helena’s rich history, the tour directs patrons to restaurants, trails and businesses. "We just love the whole city and everything it has to offer," said Vicki Moore, a tourist from Georgia. Mike Mergenthaler with the Chamber of Commer... More>>

Yellowstone construction worker knocked over by bison

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YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - A bison attacked a construction worker in the park this week, according to park officials.

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12-year-old girl missing in Kalispell

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KALISPELL - Police are asking for help finding a 12-year-old girl who hasn't been seen since July 6. 

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Missoula Marathon weekend and events

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July 13-15 is the weekend of events surrounding the Missoula Marathon, which draws thousands of visitors to the Garden City.

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MT race to the congressional seat shaping up to be a tight one

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The battle over Montana's lone congressional seat is shaping up to be a tight one.  A June poll from Gravis marketing showed democratic candidate Kathleen Williams is leading Republican Congressman Greg Gianforte by six points. Republicans challenge the polling methods. Although Williams is leading in the polls, according to the Associated Press Gianforte has more cash on hand. Reports show he had $1.3 million dollars in the bank at the beginning of July while Williams ha... More>>

Great Falls Family in Need After Devastating House Fire Video included

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Sleeping in… cuddles with mom… it all started out as a typical Sunday morning for the Lawhon family. Until things took a very different turn…

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Downtown businesses say Missoula Marathon is a boost

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Some downtown businesses say the Missoula Marathon does a lot for bringing in visitors - and their wallets.

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Bail set at $5 million for captured fugitive in Bozeman Pass incident

LIVINGSTON - The man who led more than 100 officers on a 36-hour manhunt in the woods faces a $5 million bail. Shaunesy Cole appeared in a Park County court on Friday.

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124th Annual Trapshooting Tournament Video included

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The 124th Annual Trapshooting Tournament is underway and will continue throughout the rest of the weekend!  Being a family-friendly environment with several different events, including the Butte Metal shoot this Saturday, the trapshoot tournament is an experience worth making.  Traveling every year, the tournament won't be back in Great Falls until 2022 for its 128th year.  More>>

Billings tattoo shop selling tickets for Friday 13th fundraiser to benefit YWCA

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Billings tattoo shop Rise Again Tattoo is hosting another Friday the 13th event. But since April's event was so popular, you'll have to purchase a ticket for today's fundraiser beforehand.  Rise Again Tattoo This month, all proceeds benefit the Billings' YWCA and its new transitional housing.  Tickets cost $13, plus $7 tip. Contact the shop to purchase a ticket. They have an allotted 75 slots for every two hours. More>>

Hope finally comes home

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Hope finally returned from recovering from surgery and nearly 9 months of intensive physical therapy. If you’ve been following Hope’s story, she came from a hoarding situation and had a bum front leg. But her rescuer saw through her injury, raised money and got her the help she needed at a veterinary school in Washington. And the students said she was amazing. “Everyone loved her. Actually her doctor. Dr. Farnsworth is her biggest fan. He is truly in love with her ... More>>

Community Spotlight: 2018 Montana East-West Shrine Football Game

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Summertime football is heading for Memorial Stadium at Great Falls High! Players from Eastern and Western Montana will put the pads on for the 72nd Annual Game Saturday, July, 21st at 7:00 p.m. But there’s more happening before kick-off. Shiner John Hayes and Patient Ambassador Grant Brumwell have all of the details in tonight’s Community Spotlight. Check it out: 

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Helena Diocese apologizes for priests who attended Trump rally

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An administrator from the Diocese of Helena sent out an apology to the congregation saying he regrets "the pain caused" by the priests  who attended the Trump rally. The letter will appear in many bulletins throughout the diocese this Sunday. Administrator Kevin O'Neill said he regrets any and all confusion or hurt the priests attendance at the rally caused. He outlined that many people objected to the priests being there for two reasons. One: because they were in cl... More>>

Green Party gets another glimmer of hope

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The Green Party, once again, has a glimmer of hope that they'll make it on the ballot. Secretary of State Corey Stapleton announced Wednesday that he will appeal to the State Supreme Court to get the party back on for the November election. On Monday, a Helena district court judge ordered the party to be removed from the ballot. He cited the greens didn't gather enough viable signatures to petition their party. According to the Independent Record, Stapleton said he decided to appe... More>>

Bozeman Pass fugitive will be charged with attempted homicide, police say Video included

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BOZEMAN - A man who led authorities on a 36-hour manhunt in a rural neighborhood will face attempted homicide charges for shooting at deputies. Shaunesy Cole was initially wanted on suspicion of DUI, but fled from arrest in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

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Monday night shooting victim identified, had order of protection against him

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Just before 11:00 Monday evening, an altercation shut down the parking lot to 2J's Fresh Market on Smelter Avenue in Great Falls.  Great Falls Police, Great Falls Fire Rescue, and Great Falls Emergency Services all responded. As of 11:30pm, the parking lot is still blocked off by crime scene tape with several officers on the scene.

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Manhunt subject arrested near Bozeman Pass with K-9 unit

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After evading arrest for a day and a half, a fugitive is arrested in a rural neighborhood near Bozeman. Police say the suspect, Shaunesy Cole, fled arrest after being pulled over for suspected DUI in the early hours of Wednesday morning. They believed him to be armed and dangerous and on the loose in the Quinn Creek neighborhood near Bozeman Pass. On Thursday afternoon, a K-9 unit helped track down Cole after a woman reported that he tried to break into her house. Officers said the...

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New nursing program aims to help rural communities

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According to usawage.com, medical occupations are some of the highest paid in the state and now to help people get closer to that goal the University of Providence is now offering a new bachelor's of science in nursing.  The four-year undergraduate program is focusing on future nurses to serve in rural areas, both in Central Montana and across other rural western states.  The Central Montana medical center collaborated with Univ of Providence to provide clinicals for rural ... More>>

Montana man imprisoned for rape, kidnap of girl loses appeal

A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction of a 23-year-old man in the kidnap and rape of a 4-year-old girl on Montana's Fort Peck Indian Reservation.

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Helena teen arrested for third DUI with baby in car

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HELENA - An 18-year-old Helena man is in jail on several charges related to alleged drunken driving with a baby in the car. 

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Deputies will enter homes in search for armed man near Bozeman

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Deputies are taking the search for an armed and dangerous man door-to-door Thursday near Bozeman.

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Runner looks to finish 50th marathon in all 50 states Sunday

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Coming up this weekend is the extremely  popular Missoula marathon. One runner is looking to accomplish a lot more by finishing the race this weekend. 

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Giant Springs Elementary School UPDATE Video included

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At nearly 60,000 square feet and with the ability to accommodate 500 students, Giant Springs Elementary gearing up to open its doors for the 2018-19 school year. Overall, the school has a very open and dynamic layout, with ample line of sight view. Each and every detail was researched and thought through with the student and staff in mind. An example of this would be the placement of the school.  Being set back farther away from the sidewalk allows the staff to have... More>>

POTUS Visit Cost Analysis Video included

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One week ago from today, President Trump visited the Electric City to endorse Republican Senator candidate Matt Rosendale.  Due to his visit not being related to a campaign, the city and county had to pay for just about everything.  Currently, the city of Great Falls hasn't released any numbers regarding president Trump's visit, however, Cascade County totaled their cost up to $17,500.  This number was tallied up by taking into account both expenses and revenue recei... More>>

Consumer alert: Latches on cedar chests pose suffocation risk

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission is urging millions of people to replace or repair the locks on their cedar chests, because of suffocation hazards.  "Lane" or "Virginia Maid" chests are the ones in question, because their lids automatically lock when closed. They're often handed down generation to generation or purchased secondhand. According to the CPSC, 14 kids suffocated between 1977 and 2015 after being locked inside the chests. 12 million of ... More>>

Behind the Gibson Park Flower Garden Video included

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Out of the many parks throughout the city of Great Falls, Gibson Park stands out for a pretty unique reason. It’s flower garden. And it’s all thanks to one gardener.  Samantha Clark, the lone gardener, shows her green thumb off every day by tending to the flowers throughout the garden.  Her story started a couple of years ago. With over 10 years of work experience in landscaping, Samantha decided she wanted to change things up a little bit. However... More>>

City discusses future of Natatorium

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The Natatorium has been causing quite the stir when it comes to the city budget, and commissioners held a work session today to discuss the future of the Morony Natatorium. Bricks on the west side have fallen off the building and according to the city manager, the east side is no longer structurally sound. The cost to repair it all is more than half a million dollars, something the city just doesn't have.  Currently, the city is looking to close the natatorium permanently in Ja...

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Community Spotlight: Stuff The Bus

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Sure, its summer, but a new school year is right around the corner. But, before we get back to school, the United Way of Cascade County is gearing up for their annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ fundraiser. What’s that? Well, three buses will be accepting donations, like school supplies and other everyday necessities all benefiting local non-profit organizations helping those who need, start the school year right. The goal is to fill the buses and break last year’s total o... More>>

Woman hit by driver in Great Falls, driver fled scene

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A woman was hit by a car last night by the intersection of Central Avenue West and 11th street North West. According to Great Falls Police Department, the incident happened around 11 p.m. They received multiple calls of a woman lying in the street and she had difficulty breathing. The woman who was hit said the vehicle was a newer white Ford SUV, possibly and Escape or Edge. The driver of the vehicle fled the scene before police could arrive. GFPD says the vehicle has damage to th...

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School supply collection underway

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 HELENA, Mont.,- A couple of organizations are already gearing up for the school year.Some dedicated parents and school staff members are collecting supplies for low-income students. Without the help of these volunteers, many students walk onto campus in August without basic supplies. "Stuff the Bus" is a project fueled by the Angel Fund.The non-profit aims to help kids have a better life. Mary Anderson has volunteered with the organization for years.  She says ... More>>

Rural fire departments battle a lack of volunteers

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As many long time volunteers turn in their hoses, rural fire departments are struggling to keep volunteers at their stations. Our Bliss Zechman explains how departments are trying to keep communities safe with limited staff. On average, the West Valley Fire Department's siren sounds off twice a day to help those in need. Last year, they responded to almost 800 calls. However, as more and more veteran volunteers retire, answering those calls has become increasingly difficult. "W... More>>

HUD bans smoking on all public housing locations

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Earlier this year the Department of Housing and Urban Development announced increases to residents rent and now renters are facing a new blow which renters are saying is taking too much of their rights away.  Last month the Great Falls Housing Authority started their smoke-free policy. The policy said you must smoke 25 feet from all public housing and administration buildings. Kevin Hager, executive director, of the GFHA, tell us that it's to help better control public health. ...

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West side development

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GREAT FALLS- The Great Falls Development Authority has several projects underway, including some that haven't even been announced to the public yet. Brett Doney, CEO, and President of GFDA explained that businesses will always close and open, but currently, development has been booming.  "Well the West Bank Landing project itself, the multiphase project over the next few years that’s going to be over 65 million in private investments, so that's very exciting," ... More>>

Teen starts her own ice cream truck business

It’s a dream many of us have had at one point another, living a life where you work for yourself. For many people, that dream is just that. But thanks to a little support from Dad, 19-year-old Bailey Scott is living the dream. 

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Northeastern Montana farmers take big hit after storms

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In northeastern Montana, communities are still picking up the pieces after destructive winds moved through the area over the last few days. The second wave of storms hit Tuesday evening, while many were still trying to recover from the first storms on Monday. According to the Sheridan County Sheriff, although residents have come together to clean up, its the farmers and ranchers who are taking the biggest hit of all. Farmer Greg Wirtz has 5,000 acres near Outlook Montana. He said hai... More>>

Billings restaurant makes TripAdvisor list of top burgers in America

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A Billings-based burger joint has been named one of the best burgers in the country, according to a list released by TripAdvisor on Wednesday.

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Search underway for armed suspect near Bozeman Pass

The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office is looking for an armed suspect after a shootout with police officers late overnight.

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Florida man arrested for DUI tells police he was only drinking at stop signs

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A Vero Beach, Florida, man was arrested last month on DUI charges, but he told police he wasn't drinking and driving, he was only taking hits of bourbon while at stop lights and stop signs.

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Cost of President Trump's visit for Cascade County

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Cascade county has released their estimated expense and income report from President Trump's visit to Great Falls. 

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Plentywood gets smacked with 2 storms in 90 minutes; Majority of town sees damage Video included

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PLENTYWOOD - A massive storm in northeastern Montana has caused serious damage to the town of Plentywood.  Taylor Ordahl, a local photographer, told us the storm hit hard for about 15 minutes before rearing it's ugly head again another 45 minutes later. "We could see it building as we were driving into town. It started pouring as we pulled into our driveway.  We watched everything happen from our bay window in our kitchen.", said Ordahl After the first storm hit ...

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MADE fair expanding to Bozeman

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The MADE fair, one of Montana's biggest events for local and regional craft businesses, just got a bit bigger by adding an autumn event in Bozeman. According to a press release, the 2-day Bozeman MADE fair is scheduled for October 20-21, at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on the Montana State University campus.  HandMADE Montana, the organization that is hosting the event, already has three other annual MADE fairs, including an early summer event at Caras Park in Mi...

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Staying safe in a tornado Video included

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As severe thunderstorms swept through northeastern Montana on Monday night creating damage, the National Weather Service issued one tornado warning that night. 

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Terek fire still burning from hot temperatures Video included

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Driven by hot temperatures and low humidity is causing a fire burning in North Central Wyoming to grow in size. 

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GoFundMe created for one-week-old baby killed in North Dakota tornado

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The baby was the son of Marisa Reber and Will Maguire and was hurt after the tornado flipped their mobile home over.

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Community Spotlight: 4-H Club Livestock Show and Sale

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The Cascade County 4-H Club is excited to bring you the Livestock Show and Sale at Montana ExpoPark. The event takes place July 12th-14th at the Livestock Pavilion. There, you’ll find a variety of livestock and meats for judging and sale. Macy and Baylee Herman stopped by the KFBB Studios for tonight’s Community Spotlight to explain more. Here’s the interview:

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YWCA receives donations to remodel

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GREAT FALLS- The Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) in Great Falls received a 157,000 dollar donation to remodel the lower level which had water damage and asbestos problems. Donations came from various organizations. -$77,000 from Brown Field for flooring. -$40,000 from other individuals for miscellaneous repairs. -$20,000 from Black Grant for flooring. -$20,000 from Montana Board of Crime Control for equipment and technology. Sandi Filipowicz, YWCA Executive Director, said... More>>

Montana Folk Festival 2018 kicks off Friday Video included

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BUTTE - The city is preparing for a weekend of music, food and fun for this year's Montana Folk Festival. Six stages will encompass Uptown, with stages on Granite and Copper streets and a Dance Pavilion stage. Festival goers can expect to hear a combination of blues, bluegrass and New Orleans brass bands this year. You can also expect to see some favorites from festivals past. Festival Director George Everett said, "The bands are new every year, we try not to repeat. It's been ... More>>

Two booked on homicide charges in Missoula

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Two people are being held in the Missoula County Jail on homicide charges after an incident Monday evening. 

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Box Truck catches fire just north of Ulm

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A box truck caught fire along I-15 around 2:45 this afternoon, forcing the northbound lane to close. Montana Highway Patrol, Ulm fire, and the Montana Air National Guard responded to the incident. According to Montana Highway Patrol, the truck overheated while driving northbound and when the driver pulled over, the box truck caught fire.  The north bound lane of I-15 was shut down for approximately 15 minutes as crews worked to put out the flames. No one was injured... More>>

Murder investigation underway on Rocky Boy's Reservation

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FBI Public Affairs specialist Sandra Barker has confirmed with KFBB that a murder investigation is currently underway on the Rocky Boy Reservation.   "The FBI and the Rocky Boy’s Tribal Police are investigating what appears to be the homicide of an adult female," says Barker. She says the body was found July 7th in Box Elder.  It identity of that female is unknown.  Barker goes on to say there is no threat to public safety at this time, and becau...

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Montana actress named to "Best American Actors Under 30" list

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One of Montana's own was named to a list of "Best American Actors Under 30," along with notables like Jennifer Lawrence, Elle Fanning and Zoey Deutch. 

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Judge signs order to put the Green Party off the November ballot

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After months of working to make it on the ballot, a judge in Helena ruled the Montana Green Party will not be an option for voters in November. Danielle Breck coordinator of the Montana Green Party said she was blindsided by this decision. She knew it was a possibility, but she didn't hear anything about  the court until around 3:00 p.m. yesterday. Helena District Court Judge James Reynolds made the decision to remove the party, saying the group didn't have enough viable s... More>>

MDT tries out new zipper merge system

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In the face of intense construction on Highway 12 near East Helena , the state of Montana is trying out a new merge system. The Montana Department of transportation is using a new technique called zipper merging. The East Helena viaduct construction project is acting as a guinea pig for this system. The zipper merge is suppose to reduce speeds between two lanes, reduce traffic backup by up to 40 percent and reduce congestion on freeway interchanges. “This is a test project act... More>>

Father dead, son in jail after stabbing in Whitefish

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A father is dead and his is son is in jail after an stabbing incident in the Whitefish area Monday.

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Methane fire at waste water plant under investigation Video included

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A fire caused by a methane leak at the waste water plant is under investigation. 

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Dozens injured after storm hits RV park in North Dakota

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Dozens of people are injured after severe weather hit Watford City, North Dakota early Tuesday morning. The McKenzie County Sheriff's Office reports at least 28 people were injured, three people were flown by air ambulance and at least six people are in critical condition. Watford City is about 50 miles from the Montana border. According to the sheriff's office, the storm hit an RV park and trapped multiple people. McKenzie County Sheriff's Office Right now, there are widesp... More>>

Why is the Missouri River so low?

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It seems like just a couple weeks ago, the community was worrying about the Missouri River having one of the floods of the century, but now if you look at it, the mighty Missouri isn't looking like what it used to be. 

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Montana Treasure: Roadhouse Diner's Creative Burgers in Great Falls

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It’s a little place with big taste in Great Falls. Roadhouse Diner makes what people say are the freshest burgers around, and they have the awards to prove it.  Walk in and you’ll be greeted with a big hello by servers, you can hear burgers sizzling, fires frying, and people chatting. 

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The Latest: Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

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President Donald Trump is nominating influential conservative Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court as he seeks to shift the nation's highest court further to the right. 

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Bullock appointed chairman, will lead National Governors Association

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The National Governors Association gavel will soon be passed to Governor Steve Bullock. He is set to take the lead position as chairman. The NGA is a bipartisan organization made up of many United States governors. Through the organization, the governors share best practices, speak about national policies and develop innovative solutions. Governor Bullock has served as vice-chair for the last year.  In a few days, he will will travel to Santa Fe, New Mexico for the NGA  s... More>>

No special session, republicans fail to get enough votes

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The votes are in. Despite many republican's efforts, there will not be a special session of the legislature.   Secretary of State Corey Stapleton reports that 45 lawmakers supported the session, while 71 rejected it. GOP  lawmakers were looking to counter two proposed citizen ballot initiatives. They needed 76 yes votes.   Senate President Scott Sales says he's not surprised they didn't get enough signatures, because in his words-- it was a heavy lift. However, he say... More>>

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    Russian politicians are rallying behind Vladimir Putin and denouncing American suggestions that the translator at his meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump be interrogated about what they discussed privately.
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    (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais). President Donald Trump gestures while speaking during his meeting with members of his cabinet in Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, July 18, 2018. Looking on is Deputy Secretary of Defense Pat...(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais). President Donald Trump gestures while speaking during his meeting with members of his cabinet in Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, July 18, 2018. Looking on is Deputy Secretary of Defense Pat...
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    The city commission passed the Great Falls annual $117.9 million city budget on Tuesday, with a lot of discussion on what the future holds. 

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    Just an hour ago the Great Falls Police Department issued a community alert for a missing person. The missing person's name is Tamara "Tammy" Goff. She was last seen leaving her residence in the 2100 block of 7th Ave North, in a 2008 black Chevrolet Colorado (MT plate 293204A), on July 12, 2018, at approximately 7am.  Tammy was said to be headed to the south end of Great Falls with her dog “Sadie”, a German Shepherd mix.  If you have any information a...

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    GREAT FALLS- For almost two weeks, the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has been searching for any signs of a stolen military bag taken on the Fourth of July. 

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  • Possibly hazardous material spilled on manhole cover near 15th St N and 12th Ave N.

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