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S. Carolina couple welcomes their own Eclipse, a baby girl

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Once upon a time they were falling in love. A South Carolina couple has welcomed a baby girl whom they named for the celestial event that had millions across the country on the edge of their seats.

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Boil water order in place for Vaughn after water main break

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Around 4:00 P.M. Monday, Northwestern Energy hit a water line in Vaughn, severely damaging the line and leading to a 24-hour boil water order, according to Jeannie Annette Dean, Secretary/Treasurer of the Vaughn Cascade County Water & Sewer District. Dean tells KFBB the hit happened during working being conducted by Northwestern Energy; she says the water main line has since been repaired, however due to the amount of water lost, the Department of Environmental Quality has i...

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Black Eagle Fire Department Mourns After Chief Martin's Death

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Earlier today we were informed about chief Tom Martin’s tentative funeral and procession, but we wanted to know how his passing has affected the department since he was such an important person to them and to the community.  We sent a reporter down to Black Eagle Volunteer Fire Department to find out just how much this has impacted them, and although moral is down at this point, they say they will become a stronger group because of this tough time. “We will ...

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Hundreds attend eclipse party at GFCMSU

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The Great American Eclipse passed over Great Falls with its peak hitting at 11:35 a.m. Monday morning, but more than an hour before the eclipse was even visible, hundreds of people waited in line at Great Falls College MSU to get a free pair of eclipse glasses. 

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John Birch Society to host "The Power of 500" Video included

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Join members of the John Birch Society for a special viewing of "The Power of 500." According to JBS, the film "covers the strategy for victory. It builds understanding about how change will come about, the necessity for organizing, and the influence of 500 organized citizens working towards common goals in one Congressional District." JBS goes on to describe those possibly interested as "Anyone fed up with political parties, unlimited government control over...

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Montanans won't get " Real ID" until 2019

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Another extension is in the works as the state looks to get compatible with the Real ID Act.  Our current extension runs out this October. In an effort to help those who want an enhanced ID,  State Legislature passed a law to give people the option on which type of license to choose. 

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Former attorneys general call for strong response to hate

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More than 60 former attorneys general from U.S states and territories have signed a letter seeking to provide clarity on how to respond to acts of hate.

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Home search ongoing in attempted statue bombing

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Authorities continue collecting chemicals and other items found at the home of a Houston man accused of trying to damage a Confederate statue at a Houston park with explosive materials.

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VA seeks to funnel more nursing home money to rural areas Video included

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin says his agency will propose changes to make it easier for rural areas to receive funding to build nursing homes for veterans.

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Judge orders Montana congressman photographed, fingerprinted Video included

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte has lost his bid to avoid being booked, photographed and fingerprinted for assaulting a reporter the day before he was elected in May.

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Police searching for Eddie Sanchez

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Police say victim was assaulted and his vehicle stolen. Yesterday, Officers in Helena responded to a reported assault and a stolen vehicle. The victim was a 67 year old male who had just checked out of his hotel room and was getting ready to leave in his vehicle when he says he was approached by an adult male. 

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Department of the Air Force thanks Great Falls

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Burnout likely led to loss of 2 Montana homes

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Fire managers say a burnout set by firefighters is most likely what led to the loss of two homes and eight outbuildings in a western Montana fire. Fire information officer Mike Cole says the loss of the homes near the town of Lolo last week is unfortunate.

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Cosby hires Michael Jackson's lawyer for sex assault retrial

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Bill Cosby has hired Michael Jackson's former lawyer to represent him at his November retrial on sexual assault charges in Pennsylvania. 

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Christie calls Trump's Charlottesville comments 'a mistake'

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 New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says President Donald Trump's racially fraught comments about "both sides" being to blame for a deadly neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, were "a mistake." 

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Ryan to face voters following Trump nationwide address

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House Speaker Paul Ryan will be taking questions from Wisconsin voters in a nationally televised town hall meeting immediately following President Donald Trump's address on Afghanistan.  

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Two face charges for murder, trying to dispose of bodies Video included

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A Missoula man and woman are facing multiple charges following the murder of a man and woman in Missoula. Tiffanie Pierce and Augustus Standingrock were arrested after Pierce's roommate told a Confidential Informant of the alleged stabbings. 

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Changes to evacuation orders on Lolo Peak fire as crews make progress

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Coming off a weekend which fire officials considered the most critical of the fire so far, crews make good progress on the Lolo Peak fire burning more than 31,000 acres near Missoula. Hundreds of people are still under evacuation and two homes have been lost, along with out buildings. There is still no containment and fire danger exists, but there were some changes to evacuations statuses due to hard work by firefighters. According to the Ravalli County Sheriff's Offi... More>>

Pet of the Week: Thor

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 This week KFBB is featuring Thor as our Pet of the Week. He's available for adoption right now at the Maclean Animal Adoption Center (MAAC) in Great Falls. 

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Eclipse Viewing Party at Great Falls College MSU

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Great Falls College MSU is hosting an eclipse viewing party tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and invites all members of the community to attend. The college will provide 500 certified eclipse viewing glasses to its students, faculty, and members of the community on a first come first serve basis. They are very excited to host an event like this. “We are really excited to be able to invite the community up to Great Falls College MSU, to come out and experience something tha... More>>

Black Eagle Volunteer Fire Chief Passed Away

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Early this morning, the Black Eagle Volunteer Fire Department announced their Fire Chief Tom Martin passed away. They posted this message on their Facebook page:  It is with a heavy heart that we post this tonight. A man that has led our department for many years as our Fire Chief, our mentor, and our brother has passed away. His passing is a shock to all of us on this department. Fire Chief Tom Martin put his heart and soul into Black Eagle Fire. We will continue to carr...

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200 volunteers came out to build KaBoom playground Video included

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Over 200 volunteers came out Saturday to help build the KaBoom playground at the West Bank Park.  This park ground will bring the children of Great Falls one step closer to having a play-filled childhood they deserve. Bryan McNamara,KaBoon Pproject manager said,  "play is so crucial to the physical,mental,social and emotion development of our kids of all ages so for them to have a brand new place here in west bank park for the first time is really exciting." ... More>>

Griz offense shines in second scrimmage of fall camp

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The Montana Grizzly defense might have stolen the show last week in the first scrimmage of fall camp. But the offense would not be denied Saturday as they racked up 24 first downs and nearly 400 yards of total offense.  

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John Adam Halverson back in court Video included

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A Vaughn man accused of sexual intercourse without consent is back in court this time looking to change his plea. 

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$50k grant awarded to Rocky Boy Schools

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On Friday, Rocky Boy Schools received a $50,000 grant from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana. The money will be used to kick start a youth gardening, summer nutrition and hiking program.

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Credit Unions in Montana come together for needy children Video included

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The Giant Springs Chapter of Credit Unions in Montana are joining forces to help children in need here in Great Falls. They are holding what they call the "Garage Sale for Good." This is the first time anything like this has been done and Becky Timmons ,VP of Marketing for Montana Federal Credit Union, said this is away for them to give back to an organization who has been serving displaced children for over 50 years. They will have everything from shoes, toys and even sp... More>>

New water treatment plant means clean water and jobs

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Friday is a historic day for the Chippewa Cree Tribe and the residents of North Central Montana. The project took 16 years to get the funding under way to begin. Which means residents are one step closer to ending the struggle of having clean water.  

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No sign of invasive mussels in Tiber Reservoir

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There is no sign of invasive mussels in the Tiber Reservoir.   That's the latest news from fish wildlife and parks after their most recent dive to inspect the area. 

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Evacuations expand in Ravalli County and Florence Video included

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Due to expected extreme fire behavior this afternoon, the evacuation order area in Ravalli County has been expanded to include residents west of Florence Carlton Loop from Tie Chute Lane south to Holloway Lane.  

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Helena man identified as drowning victim near Lincoln

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Authorities have released the name of a man who was found dead in a creek in western Montana.      The Helena Independent Record reports 50-year-old Warren Kimmelll's body was found north of Lincoln on Aug. 9. Lewis and Clark County Coroner Bryan Backeberg says the Helena man apparently drowned, but he is awaiting toxicology tests before determining an official cause of death.      Investigators believe a stolen car found about 8 mile... More>>

What's a total solar eclipse and why this one is so unusual

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - Total solar eclipses occur every year or two or three, often in the middle of nowhere like the South Pacific or Antarctic. What makes Monday's eclipse so special is that it will cut diagonally across the entire United States.

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Solar Eclipse viewing party at Great Falls College MSU Video included

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Join students and community members at Great Falls College MSU for a special viewing of the upcoming solar eclipse.  The event will take place on Monday, August 21st. The eclipse will begin at 10:19 A.M. and will peak at 11:35 A.M. According to organizer Lew Card, Great Falls will see the sun about 89 percent obscured at the peak.  The event is completely free and open to the public. Great Falls College MSU is located at 2100 16th Ave. S.,  In addition to viewin...

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Fire smoke costs business thousands of dollars Video included

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Seeley Lake is usually a busy tourist town with folks spending plenty of time having fun on the water.  However, this year the fires in the area have created thick smoke scaring people away.  This isn’t helping local businesses, especially Moose Jergesen’s.  

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DETAILS: Viewing the Solar Eclipse Video included

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All eyes will be on the sky this upcoming Monday for the solar eclipse. This is the first time in 99 years that a total eclipse will occur across the entire Continental US. And although Montana isn't in that path of totality to see the full eclipse, meteorologists at the National Weather Service are still keeping a close eye on Monday's conditions.  "So we're not looking for a completely overcast or dark and dreary day, that's not in the forecast at all. But we are loo... More>>

Montana wildfire grows, destroys 2 homes

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LOLO, Mont. (AP) - A wildfire has destroyed two homes in Montana after jumping control lines. Missoula County officials said Friday the homes were among 750 that had been evacuated earlier.

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Gov. Bullock announces Montana’s unemployment rate remains at ideal levels

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Governor Steve Bullock today announced Montana’s unemployment rate remained at 3.9% in July. The U.S. unemployment rate declined by 0.1 percentage point to 4.3% after a slight uptick last month.

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The Latest: Conference of Mayors supports anti-hate pact

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The U.S. Conference of Mayors says more than 250 of its members have signed on to a compact designed to combat hate, extremism and bigotry.

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Ex-assistant principal's license suspended over photos

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LAUREL, Mont. (AP) - A school official says a former Montana middle school assistant principal had her educator's license suspended after sending partially nude photos to a 17-year-old former student.

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One arrested while opposing confederate fountain removal

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The City of Helena has begun removing a monument to Confederate soldiers that has been in a park in Montana's capital city since 1916.

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Marchers in North Carolina protest supremacists

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Hundreds of anti-racist demonstrators are marching through the streets of a North Carolina city in response to rumors of a white supremacist march.   

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Hometown Proud: J.L. Wright's Trading Post in Townsend

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Townsend - There are quite a few neat shops and businesses on Broadway St. In Townsend. One of them is filled with trinkets and quilting supplies.  One of those businesses is called J.L. Wright's Trading Post. 

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Strategist Steve Bannon leaves Trump's turbulent White House

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 Steve Bannon, a forceful but divisive presence in President Donald Trump's White House, is leaving. 

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Montanacana Music Event Saturday in Townsend

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Townsend - There's an 11 hour concert event coming up Saturday in Townsend. It's called "Montanacana Where Red Dirt Meets the Big Sky" and there will be musicians from Texas, South Carolina and of course local Montana artists will also be performing.  

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Hometown Proud: Quilting in Townsend

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Sewing is a pastime that some consider a lost art, but that's not the case in Townsend. In fact, for more than a dozen women,  it's actually their way of giving back to the community they call home. 

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Montana's unemployment rate holds at 3.9 percent in July

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Montana's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady at 3.9 percent in July.

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Public Notification of Violent Sexual Offender

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The Great Falls Police Department has sent out a notification for an updated address of a Violent Sexual Predator. His name is Sean Michael Slicker and he is a Tier 3 Sex Offender. 

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City of Helena begins removing Confederate memorial Video included

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The City of Helena has begun removing a monument to Confederate soldiers that has been in a park in Montana's capital city since 1916.

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Missoula Animal Control helping place animals during evacuations

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The Lolo Peak Fire raging on at 15,000 acres and in close proximity to Highway 93 is putting hundreds of people out of their homes. For people with pets, this puts them in a tough spot. Animal Control has stepped up and is offering shelter options. The staff there have been working extremely long hours as they've been flooded with calls from residents wondering what to do with their pets and livestock. Animal Control is housing cats and dogs at their facility. Fo... More>>

High school girl plays running back for football team

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One Iowa high school is excited about a freshman running back playing for its football team this year. But this player stands out from the rest. 

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Can you take pictures of the solar eclipse? Yes, but take proper precautions

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As you may know, if you look at a solar eclipse without proper eye wear it can do serious damage to your eyes. 

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Arthritis programs offered to those who need help Video included

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One of the most popular programs is called the Montana Live Life and Well. It teaches folks with the disease how to deal with  emotional issue that comes along with having it. Melissa VanderVos, DPHHS arthritis educator, said "it is important that people with arthritis to continually move even though they are already in pain and they may think that will cause them to hurt more but in reality as long as they keep moving that'll help them keep their pain at bay." She ad...

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First time wine and beer tasting being held outdoors in downtown Great Falls Video included

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  Wayne Thares, owner and managing partner of the Celtic Cowboy and Hotel Arvon calls it the Arvon Block Party.      He said opportunities like this don't come around too often but when they do it allows Montana businesses to showcase their work and brings an economic boost to the city.       He added this good for downtown Great Falls because it gets people from the out skirts to downtown out and shows them that we have revitalized it and we ar... More>>

Commission moves forward with plans for confederate fountain

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We follow up from Helena's City Commission decision to remove the Confederate Fountain in Hill Park. Commissioner Andres Haladay said the water has been shut off to the fountain since yesterday we have over 125 comments on the Facebook article we posted.

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Capturing the eclipse

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The first total solar eclipse in 38 years is just days away! As you make your plans to view the event. There are a few things you need to keep in mind when it comes to filming or taking pictures. 

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Former Griz coach present during terror attack

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Former Griz basketball coach Wayne Tinkle is in Spain this week and was very close by as the terror attack in Barcelona unfolded Thursday. 

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Governor Bullock issues statement on removal of Confederate Memorial in Montana

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In the wake of a decision to remove the last remaining Confederate memorial in the Rocky Mountain Northwest, Bullock calls on nation’s leaders to “act like our kids are watching” during times of divisiveness.

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Missouri lawmaker posts, deletes Trump assassination comment

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A Missouri lawmaker says she posted and then deleted a comment on Facebook that said she hoped for President Donald Trump's assassination.      

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A grim subway reality: Corpses sometimes kept in break rooms

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It's a largely overlooked but gory reality of the New York City subway system: When someone takes their life by jumping in front of a train, police need a place to put the mutilated body until a medical examiner truck arrives. 

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July ranks 2nd for heat globally, hottest recorded on land

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday Earth sweated to its second hottest month since record keeping began in 1880.

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Montana students will travel to Wyoming to livestream the eclipse

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Some Montana students are traveling to Wyoming Thursday to watch the solar eclipse, but that won't be all they're doing.  Students will be launching giant balloons thousands of feet into the air to livestream aerial video footage so other people can watch it too. The team going to Fort Laramie, Wyoming is made up of students from all across the state who are participating in the University of Montana based Montana Space Grant Consortium.  

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Upcoming lane closure

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The Montana Department of Transportation reminds motorists that the 10th Ave. South / Warden Eastbound Bridge will have a single lane closure on Monday, August 21st thru Friday, August 25th from 9:00am to 3:30pm.  

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Malmstrom Airmen And Other Agencies Train In Teton County

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The day started off for Malmstrom airmen with a military exercise, the scenario? What if a military convoy carrying an asset was attacked, how would the military and local law enforcement deal with it? “If something does happen, we don't want it to be the first time seeing our partners to come help us, we always want to be prepared and ready for the fight any day” says Lt. Jamal Washington. Other agencies got involved with the exercise so on a bad day they are prepar... More>>

Two teens in hospital after fight at MontanaFair

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Two teenagers are in the hospital after a fight MontanaFair late Tuesday night. 

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New evacuations ordered near Lolo Peak fire for 300-400 homes

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As many as 300 to 400 residents in Lolo were told to leave their homes immediately on Wednesday night due to increased fire activity on the Lolo Peak fire.  The Missoula County Sheriff's Office issued evacuation orders for people and homes from mile marker 31.5 to 29.5 on both sides of Hwy 12. This includes Fort Fizzle to Balsam Root Road on both sides of Hwy 12, as well as portions of Mormon Creek Road past and including Vann Drive.  Residents must check in at t... More>>

More evacuations, new Red Cross shelter in place in Missoula for Lolo Peak fire

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A new Red Cross shelter is in place for those impacted by the Lolo Peak fire.  

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Woman finds long-lost engagement ring... around a carrot

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(CTV Network) A long-lost engagement ring has beat the odds. 

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12th Annual Downpour Music Festival Video included

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Join Christian groups from throughout the Great Falls community in celebration at the 12th annual Downpour Music Festival!  This year's festival will feature a variety of big names in Christian music, including Dust Alive, Tedashii, Brit Nicole, and more! Gates open at noon on Saturday, August 19th. The event is completely free and open to the public. It will take place at the Montana Expo Park. There will also be a car show happening at the same time! In addition to the festiv...

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Helena Commission votes to remove Confederate monument Video included

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In Helena Wednesday, the City Commission listens to both sides of public opinion regarding the only Confederate monument in the Northwest.

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Couple has "made it" in Townsend glass shop Video included

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Jim and Terry Gundersen opened Goose Bay Handblown Glass in 2002... with one goal in mind: "We always felt like we will have arrived once we start finding our glass at garage sales." Jim, a former blacksmith, had no problem transitioning into the business. Terry... well, she sacrificed a lot of sleep.  "The difficult part was that I was still working as a nurse, 12 hour night shifts, and then I would blow glass during the day," says Terry. Jim chimes i...

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Phoenix mayor says he hopes Trump delays rally

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Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton says he's hoping President Donald Trump will delay his plans to rally supporters in Phoenix next week. 

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New masters program for University of Providence Video included

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According to Payscale.com you could make almost $50,000 dollars a year if you be become a clinical mental health counselor and here in Great Falls the University of Providence has made that opportunity a little clearer. Just this week the university announced a new 2 year masters in clinical mental health counseling program.  According to a press release, 78% of licensed mental health professionals serve residents in only 8 counties in Montana. University president, Tony Aretz, s... More>>

Attorney General Fox Asks Congress to Amend Sex Trafficking Law

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The Montana Department of Justice sent out a press release stating that Attorney General Tim Fox joined 49 other state and territorial attorneys general in a bi-partisan coalition urging Congress to amend the Communications Decency Act (CDA) to clarify that states, localities, and territories retain authority to investigate and prosecute facilitators of child sex trafficking wherever they operate, including online. 

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The Latest: Trump disbands manufacturing council

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President Donald Trump says he's ending a pair of White House advisory councils that were staffed by corporate chief executives.

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Scholars say Trump went afoul in lumping Lee with founders

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They were both were great generals. Both Virginians. Both came from slave-owning plantation families. Is it really so far-fetched to put Robert E. Lee in the same category as George Washington, as President Donald Trump did Tuesday?

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Trump disbands manufacturing council

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President Donald Trump says he's ending a pair of White House advisory councils that were staffed by corporate chief executives.

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Montana veteran returns flag of fallen Japanese soldier to family Video included

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It's been 73-years since US Marine veteran and Montanan Marvin Strombo found the flag on the body of a fallen Japanese soldier in Saipan. The flag, similar to Japan's flag, was a traditional gift to Japanese servicemen, especially during World War II. 

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More departures from Trump business advisory councils

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The CEO of Campbell Soup is resigning from a White House jobs panel over comments about racism made by President Donald Trump. 

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The Latest: Fifth CEO resigns from Trump's jobs panel

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The chief executive of 3M is resigning from the president's Manufacturing Jobs Initiative panel, saying it is no longer an effective forum for the company to advance its goals.

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Police: Man chokes girlfriend and keys car

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Man chokes woman and keys car when he found out she was leaving him. On August 12th, Officer Olson of the Great Falls Police Department was dispatched to a residence regarding a domestic disturbance. 

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Police say man stabbed woman while accusing her of cutting off his mother's ear

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A Great Falls man was arrested this morning after her stabbed a woman multiple times and chased her while screaming "You cut my mom's ear off." 

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    Police say victim was assaulted and his vehicle stolen. Yesterday, Officers in Helena responded to a reported assault and a stolen vehicle. The victim was a 67 year old male who had just checked out of his hotel room and was getting ready to leave in his vehicle when he says he was approached by an adult male. 

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    A Missoula man and woman are facing multiple charges following the murder of a man and woman in Missoula. Tiffanie Pierce and Augustus Standingrock were arrested after Pierce's roommate told a Confidential Informant of the alleged stabbings. 

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    Boil water order in place for Vaughn after water main break

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    Around 4:00 P.M. Monday, Northwestern Energy hit a water line in Vaughn, severely damaging the line and leading to a 24-hour boil water order, according to Jeannie Annette Dean, Secretary/Treasurer of the Vaughn Cascade County Water & Sewer District. Dean tells KFBB the hit happened during working being conducted by Northwestern Energy; she says the water main line has since been repaired, however due to the amount of water lost, the Department of Environmental Quality has i...

    Around 4:00 P.M. Monday, Northwestern Energy hit a water line in Vaughn, severely damaging the line and leading to a 24-hour boil water order, according to Jeannie Annette Dean, Secretary/Treasurer of the Vaughn Cascade County Water & Sewer District. Dean tells KFBB the hit happened during working being conducted by Northwestern Energy; she says the water main line has since been repaired, however due to the amount of water lost, the Department of Environmental Quality has i...

  • Judge orders Montana congressman photographed, fingerprinted

    Judge orders Montana congressman photographed, fingerprinted

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    HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte has lost his bid to avoid being booked, photographed and fingerprinted for assaulting a reporter the day before he was elected in May.

    HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte has lost his bid to avoid being booked, photographed and fingerprinted for assaulting a reporter the day before he was elected in May.

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