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U.S. Senate candidates now obligated to file campaign finance information online

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The Montana Senate race is attracting nationwide attention, and a new requirement that aims to increase openness about campaign finances breaks it down by the numbers. 

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Community Spotlight: Teen Safety Week

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Students across Montana are raising awareness about driving safely. Along with Buckle Up Montana, they’re trying to continuing the discussion about drivers safety. Dane Buffington, a freshman at CMR, joined us live for tonight’s Community Spotlight to explain why safe driving is important for people of all ages. More>>

City of Laurel investigating SRO after reports of sexual contact with student

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A Laurel school resource officer has been placed on administrative leave after allegations of sexual contact with a student.  

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Sheriff's Deputy accused of sexual contact with child Video included

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According to the Glasgow Courier, the division of criminal investigation was contacted about the incident in May of this year.  The DCI identified the victim as a 17-year-old female. During the investigation, she told officials that she met the deputy back in 2014 during a traffic stop. The article said they had an intimate relationship for a year. They would contact via phone, email, and text to meet up for sexual encounters. The victim said most of the time when they met he wo...

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Montana Treasure: Butte's Dish-ability food truck

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A small Butte business is helping make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities, one taco at a time. The Dish-ability food truck is this week's Montana Treasure.

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Man accused of stealing Hydrocodone pills

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Dylan Thomas Burger is charged with criminal possession of dangerous drugs and two counts of theft. Court documents said last month at the Bee Hives assisted living facility two residents reported their hydrocodone pills were missing.  Detectives questioned Burger about the missing pills and he admitted that he first knew about the pills in September but failed to report it. Detectives and the supervisor scanned through surveillance from the September date and saw Burger unlocki... More>>

Man accused of inappropriately touching a girl under 12

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Joseph Francis Silva is charged with sexual intercourse without consent after a young girl spoke with police.

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How to help with Hurricane Michael relief

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GREAT FALLS- Hurricane Michael has left thousands devastated, houses destroyed, and resources limited. Living in Montana, we aren't exactly close enough to help those victims in person, but here are a few ways you can through the American Red Cross who says they're in need of money and blood. Many blood drives get canceled in impacted hurricane areas causing a lack of blood supply. You can call or go to redcrossblood.org and either book a local appointment to give blood or find a loc... More>>

President Trump's Rally location changes to Minuteman Aviation Video included

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MISSOULA - President Donald Trump's third visit to the Treasure State is slated to take place Thursday evening at an aviation center near the Missoula airport.

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Snow Hop head brewer makes her mark on the Montana craft industry

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Many folks picture a beer brewer as a burly, bearded guy, but one gal in Helena with pink hair and the shoes to match is proving women can whip up some of the best brews. "Looking at the different malts that are available, looking at the different hops that are available, the different yeast strains and I just know how to put them all together," said Becky Peppelman, Head Brewer at Snow Hop Brewery in Helena.   Becky Peppelman earned the title of head brewer at Snow...

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Body found in Missouri River

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A body has been located in the Missouri River in Great Falls near Electric City Water Park.

We have a crew on the scene and will update with additional information as we can get it.

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Family escapes early morning garage fire

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HELENA - A family of three including a young child escaped an early morning fire on the northwest side of Helena.  West Valley Fire Chief Jerry Shepard said the call came in just after 5 am Monday.  

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Jeff Bridges visiting Bozeman to support Sen. Jon Tester

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BOZEMAN - Actor Jeff Bridges is appearing at a meet and greet in Montana to support Sen. Jon Tester's reelection campaign. 

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How one school in Great Falls is saying no to bullying

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Loy Elementary school in Great Falls has implemented a program known as Watch D.O.G.S to help stop school bullying. The Watch D.O.G.S program started back in 1998 when two dads wanted to be more involved in their kid's lives. Today, there are over six thousand schools that have the program across the country. The goal is to eventually see the program into every school across the nation. Watch D.O.G.S is a program that aims to give kids a positive male role model while al... More>>

City Club Missoula to host forum on proposed open space bond

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 City Club Missoula will host a forum on the potential Missoula open space bond on October 15. The bond will be up for a vote in November, and the forum will feature speakers on both sides of the issue. 

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Local band, L.A. bound

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GREAT FALLS- Five guys from Great Falls, one band, and a shot at recording in L.A. They're called Call Of The Awakened. They've been together since high school jamming out to hard rock and metal music, and now they're heading to L.A. in February for three weeks to record their second album. However, this journey didn't come easy. Besides the struggle of breaking into one of the toughest industries in the world, two members also dealt with major heartbreak.  "We were gettin...

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Bayern Brewery reaches out to Great Falls for glass recycling Video included

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Jurgen Knoller, the CEO of Missoula's Bayern Brewing, leads the brewery's innovative recycling program and says he wants to start accepting glass from Great Falls.

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Music is Medicine singer visiting 50 states, 50 hospitals

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GREAT FALLS- A man is traveling across the country, stopping in one hospital every state to spread his mission of Music Is Medicine.

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Idaho man shares story of Grizzly attack while bow hunting in Montana

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A Facebook post by Bob Legasa of Idaho is going viral after he survived a grizzly attack while bow hunting in Montana. 

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President Trump coming to Missoula

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Details on President Donald Trump's third visit to Montana have been released.

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Birds and Beasleys marks 25 years by celebrating raptors

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Last Chance Gulch shop Birds and Beasleys is a family owned shop that features Montana-made gifts and goods. Owners decided to celebrate more than two decades on the Gulch by bringing in birds from Montana Wild.

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Latest Road Conditions in Montana

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Road conditions are varying across much of Montana. If you are traveling take a look their most up to date map to stay safe out there. Here is the link: http://roadreport.mdt.mt.gov/travinfomobile/ 

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Community Spotlight: Stop the Stigma

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Gateway Community Services and GFC-MSU are excited to bring ‘Stop the Stigma, Debunking the Myths’ to their campus during Red Ribbon Week. 

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Controversial tire recycling facility ordered to temporarily stop operations

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A pretty big step was made in stopping what some believe is an illegal and dangerous tire recycling felicity. Judge Kathy Seely of Broadwater County ordered the Two Brothers Tire Company in Winston to temporarily stop operations. The preliminary work injunction, which was signed roughly a week ago , orders the company to stop storing and hauling any tires into their facility.   One grassroots organization, who call themselves the Winston Tire Shred Opposition Group , has been f... More>>

"Non-partisan" Constitutionalists rally on Capitol lawn

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One group gathered outside of the State Capitol this afternoon to rally, in their words, for liberty. The somewhat controversial group, Convention of States, says their mission is to give more power to "We the People."  The group's supporters argue the federal government's reach is too far and that many citizen's voices aren't being heard in Washington. Although, that sentiment is traditionally a conservative one, Convention of states supporters say they do not belong... More>>

Helena considers new abandoned car policy

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The City of Helena is considering taking a more proactive approach on how it handles abandoned cars. Officers with the Helena Police Department say they get hundreds of calls in the winter from citizens urging police to take action on cars left in the streets. Right now the protocol instructs police to take action only after someone puts in a complaint. New policies could require law enforcement to take charge before citizens even pick up the phone. However, Lieutenant Jayson Za... More>>

What's exactly on your 2018 ballot?

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GREAT FALLS- Election season is in full swing, with several big races going on but do you know what the issues on your ballot really mean? According to the Cascade County Elections office, roughly 32,000 ballots were just sent out this morning, but what has the elections office talking is the Montana Ballot Interference Prevention Act. It prohibits the collection of another individual's ballot. If this does pass, the Cascade County Elections office says, you can collect the ballot f... More>>

Election ballots sent out today

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GREAT FALLS- In less than a month, Americans will head to the polls for the midterm elections.  But even though they were sent at the same time, residents won't receive them at the same time. So the elections office is asking you to be patient and give the ballots a week to arrive. "This is generally now starting Monday where we'll hear a lot of phone calls, well my wife got their ballot and I didn't get mine so give it a couple of days because the postman and ladies are g...

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Former Hardin teacher convicted of tampering with evidence

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After a 3-day trial in Big Horn County District Court, Nora Bettina Block, 42, was convicted of felony tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and misdemeanor obstructing a peace officer or other public servant.  

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Independent women a key in outcome of Montana Senate race

Political observers say a key factor in deciding the outcome of Montana's high-profile Senate race will be whether independent women who voted for Donald Trump in 2016 stick with the president and Republicans again...

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Billings police officer injured in morning crash

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A Billings police officer was injured in a Friday morning crash. The 38-year-old officer was parked on the 6th Street overpass on Laurel Road when the veihicle was rear-ended.

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Wake Up Weekends: Events happening across Montana

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Billings Events: HarvestFest Date: 10/13/2018 Time: 9:00 am Location: Montana Brewing Company 113 N Broadway Billings, MT 59101 Sleepy Hollow Haunted Wagon Ride Date: October 5, 2018 Time: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm ZooMontana - 2100 Shiloh Road, Billings, MT 59102 Great Falls Events:  Fall Family Fest When: Saturday from 1-4 pm Where: Heritage Picnic area, Giant Springs State Park, 4803 Giant Springs Road, Great Falls, MT Ulm V... More>>

Inaccessible public lands could open up huge tourism industry

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Montana has a lot of public lands, more than 27 million acres. But roughly 1 and a half million acres are unusable to many because there's no way to access them without traveling on private property.

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Goodwill Kids Day in Great Falls Video included

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In tonight's Community Spotlight, Chelle Fried is in the KFBB studios to discuss the upcoming annual Goodwill Kids Day in Great Falls.  The event will take place on Saturday, Oct. 13th at the Great Falls Goodwill location from 1:00-4:00pm. The day of fun is completely free and open to the public, and will feature a variety of fun activities, games, and a Zombie Run! For more information, search "Goodwill Kids Day" on Facebook. 

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Judge rules in favor of Missoula gun background check ordinance

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MISSOULA - A judge ruled in favor Thursday of a controversial gun ordinance that's contested by the attorney general.

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Great Falls Rescue Mission says part-time jobs aren't enough to end homelessness

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The city of Great Falls is continuing to grow, bringing in several new businesses this year. Despite the recent economic growth, the Great Falls Rescue Mission says the homeless population has stayed the same; serving about 200 homeless every day. According to Becky Nelson at Great Falls Public Schools, from 2017-2018, there were 370 reported homeless students However, recent statistics show that there are over 500 homeless students throughout the city. While recent job ...

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Transcripts reveal explicit detail in underage prostitution sting

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Taj Lamar Wilson, the man arrested in 2015 for soliciting sex from a minor, changed his plea to attempted prostitution.

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Westside Elementary in Powell, WY is one of three national Blue Ribbon schools in the state Video included

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Powell - An elementary school in northwest Wyoming gets national honors from the U.S. Secretary of Education. 

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HGTV 2019 Dream Home will be in Whitefish

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Big news for HGTV fans... 2019's HGTV Dream Home has been announced, and it's being built right here in Montana. 

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Sheriffs find body of missing Big Sky man in river

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The body of a missing 29-year-old Big Sky man was found Wednesday in the Gallatin River.  

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Missoula Sheriff confirms Trump planning visit to Missoula Video included

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MISSOULA - The Missoula County Sheriff's Office confirmed that they're meeting with Secret Service agents to plan security for a potential presidential visit.

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Precious Plastic Missoula gets creative with fighting waste

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As plastic recycling options became more limited in Missoula year this year, one small business owner is determined to help solve the problem of plastic waste by running a recycling center at his house.

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Hockey Pro Shop Comes to Great Falls

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A new hockey pro shop is opening here in Great Falls, which will be the only one in town. The shop is called 406 Hockey and it's located at 809 9th Street South. It carries equipment, such as skates, helmets, sticks and pads. O'Brien said he was excited to open a shop once the University of Providence announced there would be a men and women's hockey team. He figured the local market would be perfect for it, and it would offer players something they don't already have. 406 Hockey ...

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Car catches fire after jump start

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A car fire sparked Wednesday evening just before 7:30 when the owner attempted to jump start it, according to the Black Eagle Volunteer Fire Department. 

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Man shoots himself in front of officers; coroner's inquest scheduled

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A coroner’s inquest has been scheduled for November 2nd, 2018, after Josh Aaron Vestre shot himself while in the presence of Lewis and Clark County Deputies. According to a press release, the incident happened on April 7th, 2018. It is unclear why Vestre was in police custody. According to the press release, an inquest must be held when the death occurs while a person “is being taken into custody or is in the custody of a peace officer.” The inquest is planned to ... More>>

Winter weather leaves Rogers Pass road slushy

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Winter has come a bit early it took our reporter Tarvarious Haywood to get to Rogers Pass and roads are pretty clear until he got to Fort Shaw.  He reported that's when he started to see snow accumulation wet roads. Although roads are pretty clear as of 5:30 Wednesday, when he entered into the Lewis and Clark National Forest roads got pretty bad. Roads were slushy and wet. The National Weather Service in Great Falls say they do not have an official report of the snow amount Roger... More>>

Annual "Day of Caring" in Great Falls; volunteers needed

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In tonight's Community Spotlight, Kim Skornogoski from United Way of Cascade County stopped by the KFBB studios to discuss the upcoming "Day of Caring" in Great Falls, when volunteers help out and give back to 80 elderly or disabled homeowners in the city.  This year's Day of Caring will be Friday, Oct. 26th beginning at 8:30am. Volunteers are asked to meet at the Montana Federal Credit Union located at 15 14th St. S. Volunteers will be raking leaves, trimming trees, c...

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Mattress Firm Student of the Week: Emily Kidder, Capital High School

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Capital High senior Emily Kidder participates in at least three sports throughout the school year and right now volleyball is in season.  "We're always together. We're always there for each other no matter what. If we get down a point we're like hey next one and we just stick together so it's awesome," said Emily Kidder.  

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Bayern Brewing in Missoula now using 100% reused glass

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Montana's oldest brewery reaches a milestone this month. One-hundred percent of beer bottles filled and distributed by Bayern Brewing now come from reused glass. ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall explains how the German brewery is making a big difference in reducing its carbon footprint in Montana and beyond.

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Missing dog found shot near Benefis Video included

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More than 200 people have shared the story of Mercedes the Akita. Her owner, Travis Bring, posted on Facebook Saturday, saying she was lost near Benefis. Another Facebook user explained that the dog was found along Fields road with a gunshot wound. FWP said it could be a case of mistaken identity. It is hunting season and the Akita breed can almost be compared to a wolf. We don't know if she accidentally wandered on to someone's property but many questions are still up in the air but... More>>

Wood charged after high speed chase in Great Falls

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A high-speed chase on October 5 left Travis Wood, 23, with numerous felonies and misdemeanor charges.

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University of Providence student charged with felony intimidation

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Edgar Mendoza has been charged with one count of felony intimidation following suspicious letters threatening several people at the University of Providence, a private Catholic college in Great Falls.

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Local restaurants donating money in honor of World Homeless Day

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GREAT FALLS- In honor of World Homeless Day, tomorrow from 12 A.M. to 11:59 P.M. local restaurants are teaming up with the Great Falls Association of Realtors Stand Up For Students who explained they're donating the money they make to our homeless youth in Cascade County. Here are the participating restaurants: -Beef 'O' Brady's: Donating 10 percent of food sales including takeout. -Big Mouth BBQ at The Front Brewing Company: Donating 1 dollar per pint. -Fuddruckers & Teriyaki Ma... More>>

Fall Family Fest at Giant Springs State Park Video included

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In tonight's Community Spotlight, Clark Carlson-Thompson stopped by the KFBB studio to discuss the 4th annual Fall Family Fest Day at Giant Springs State Park on Saturday, Oct. 13th from 1:00-4:00pm. The afternoon is completely free and open to the public, and includes hay rides, face painting, sack races, s'mores, and much more! For more information, check out the Fish, Wildlife and Park's website. 

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Great Falls Fire Rescue puts GFPS fire prevention weeks on hold

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GREAT FALLS- It's an annual tradition. Great Falls Fire Rescue heads to local schools, teaching students about how to prevent fires. This year, firefighters aren't heading to classrooms, because they can't afford to be away from the station. Right now, Great Falls Fire Rescue is short staffed with paramedics who help with the program. They normally have 24 paramedics, but right now they have 16 because people were promoted and the hiring process hasn't brought in a lot of paramedic c...

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Local business's team up to help Great Falls homeless students

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It’s an odd concept,  stuffing a trailer full of toiletries and non perishable food for world homeless day. That's what Procraft CARSTAR is doing after the company's president found out about how many students were without homes in our schools, he was shocked. “A few years back I was at a graduation at Paris Gibson and I was very caught off guard when Mr. Fetchner said that 13 of the graduating students where homeless and I was just blown away by that,” said ... More>>

Get to know the candidates

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Two events will be happening tonight, that will help voters decide who to vote for on November 6th. Starting at 5:30 this evening, Kids Education YES is holding a candidate forum at the Civic Center. Attendees can bring their questions and speak with those running for office. The event lasts until 7:00 p.m. At 6:00 this evening, The Electric is holding a Sheriff's Debate at the History Museum. Jesse Slaughter said he will not be attending for personal reasons.The Debate is going on ... More>>

Man arrested for shoplifting and assaulting an employee at Albertsons

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One man has been arrested for allegedly shoplifting and assaulting an employee at Albertsons.

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Montana limo companies taking precautions

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In light of Saturday's deadly limo crash in New York, local companies are taking precautions to ensure safety. We've learned that the limo involved in that crash failed inspection and that the driver was not properly licensed. Ryan Perrin, the owner of BlackedOut 406, said that all applicants have had to fill out special applications from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. "We have all their background on driving history and everything," Perrin said. "T...

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Increasing American Indian Student population at MSU Northern

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GREAT FALLS- In the spirit of honoring the first people of our country, a school in our area is taking strides to keep Native American students on track in their education. MSU Northern is currently the only non-tribal college in Montana that meets the standard of having a 10 percent or more American Indian student population. They're now the first school in Montana awarded the NASNTI grant. MSU Northern said their ultimate goal through this grant is to increase retention and complet...

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Local agencies helping homeless

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GREAT FALLS- World Homeless Day is taking place Wednesday, October 8th, 2018 but Great Falls is collectively working on finding homes for the homeless every single day. According to United Way of Cascade County, there are 261 people without a place to call home in our community. In fact, throughout the last year and a half, United Way tells us there's been a collective effort from 32 other local agencies to address homelessness in Great Falls. So far they've found stable permanent ho... More>>

GFFR hosting annual "Fill the Boot" Saturday in Great Falls Video included

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In tonight's Community Spotlight, Tucker Cook and Tom Zaremski from Great Falls Fire Rescue stop by the KFBB studio to discuss their annual "Fill the Boot" event happening Saturday, Oct. 13th in Great Falls. Firefighters will be out collecting money at the corning of 9th St. & 10th Ave. S., 3rd St. NW., and the Northwest Bypass. Firefighters will be in position from 8:00am-5:00pm.  Last year, GFFR raised just over $35,000 for their charity of choice, the Muscular ...

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The New Frontier: A Love Affair with Ag Video included

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"Northern Ag Research Center has been a major part of my life for a lot of years." If it sounds like Mark Peterson is having a love affair with ag research, you're probably right. The Northern Ag Research Center has been around since 1915, but when Mark and his colleague, Gregg Carlson, began working more closely in the early 80's to expand the Center, things really started to take off. "He worked very, very well with a lot of people. If you see a lot of things here ...

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Man taken into custody following Butte standoff

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A stand off between officers and an adult male fugitive lasted several hours Sunday, after the man barricaded himself inside a residence on the 400 Block of West Mercury Street.  According to  Butte-Silver Bow Sheriff Ed Lester, the man was eventually arrested and taken into custody. No one was injured. More information is expected to be released Monday. 

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Vaughn Fire & Rescue Volunteer Fire Department honoring fallen firefighters

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GREAT FALLS- Today you may have noticed fire department's around town having their flag at half-staff. This is because every first weekend of October firefighters across the United States ring a bell at 10 a.m. EST symbolizing those who've fallen while in the line of duty.  Every year all of the firefighter line of duty deaths are reported into Emmitsburg, Maryland where the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Memorial Service is held. Vaughn Fire & Rescue Volunteer Fire...

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2nd Annual Caesar Showdown

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GREAT FALLS- The Do Bar will be hosting the Second Annual Great Falls Caesar Showdown October 6th, 2018. It starts at 3 p.m. and it's 10 dollars to get in the door. That'll include sampling Caesar’s from various restaurants in Great Falls. Do Bar said all proceeds will be donated to Casa-Can, our local non-profit child advocates.  Whose ever Caesar gets the most votes will win bragging rights, personal trophies, and what's looking like over a 200 cash pot.

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Woman held at Butte-Silver Bow Detention Center dies

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A female inmate has died at the Butte-Silver Bow Detention center where she was being held. According to Sheriff  Ed Lester, the woman was found unresponsive by detention staff at approximately 2 o'clock this afternoon. Efforts to revive the woman were unsuccessful. Detectives from butte and Montana division of criminal investigations are investigating the death. The woman's body has been transported to Montana state crime lab in Missoula where an autopsy will be completed. We... More>>

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  • How DC unleashed fossil-fuel exports despite climate worries

    How DC unleashed fossil-fuel exports despite climate worries

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 5:25 AM EDT2018-10-16 09:25:36 GMT
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    (AP photo/Eric Gay, File). FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2015, file photo, workers tend to oil pump jacks behind a natural gas flare near Watford City, N.D. Since Donald Trump took office, America’s exports of liquid natural gas and crude oil have surged, ri...(AP photo/Eric Gay, File). FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2015, file photo, workers tend to oil pump jacks behind a natural gas flare near Watford City, N.D. Since Donald Trump took office, America’s exports of liquid natural gas and crude oil have surged, ri...
    On oil and gas exports, Trump administration took cues from Obama officials.
    On oil and gas exports, Trump administration took cues from Obama officials.
  • 1 year after MeToo, survivors reflect on their disclosures

    1 year after MeToo, survivors reflect on their disclosures

    Monday, October 15 2018 6:05 PM EDT2018-10-15 22:05:23 GMT
    Tuesday, October 16 2018 10:27 AM EDT2018-10-16 14:27:12 GMT
    (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer). In this Friday, Oct. 12, 2018 photo, Katie Labovitz poses for a portrait in New York. One day after actress Alyssa Milano urged the Twittersphere to join her in sharing a personal story of sexual harassment in the wake of rape...(AP Photo/Mary Altaffer). In this Friday, Oct. 12, 2018 photo, Katie Labovitz poses for a portrait in New York. One day after actress Alyssa Milano urged the Twittersphere to join her in sharing a personal story of sexual harassment in the wake of rape...
    One year after the #MeToo hashtag set Twitter ablaze, survivors who shared their stories in the past year reflect what the movement means to them.
    One year after the #MeToo hashtag set Twitter ablaze, survivors who shared their stories in the past year reflect what the movement means to them.
  • Paul Allen's passions: Rock n' roll, sports and philanthropy

    Paul Allen's passions: Rock n' roll, sports and philanthropy

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 2:15 AM EDT2018-10-16 06:15:48 GMT
    Tuesday, October 16 2018 10:26 AM EDT2018-10-16 14:26:54 GMT
    (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, file). FILE--In this June 18, 1997, file p photo, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Paul Allen joins in with the band and plays electric guitar at an election night victory party in the early morning hours in Seattle. Alle...(AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, file). FILE--In this June 18, 1997, file p photo, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Paul Allen joins in with the band and plays electric guitar at an election night victory party in the early morning hours in Seattle. Alle...
    Personal computers, conservation, pro football, rock n' roll and rocket ships: Paul G. Allen pursued a wide range of philanthropic interests and passions after making his early mark co-founding Microsoft with...
    Personal computers, conservation, pro football, rock n' roll and rocket ships: Paul G. Allen pursued a wide range of philanthropic interests and passions after making his early mark co-founding Microsoft with childhood friend Bill Gates.
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  • Kremlin: No plans for Putin-Trump meeting in Paris

    Kremlin: No plans for Putin-Trump meeting in Paris

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 10:29 AM EDT2018-10-16 14:29:54 GMT
    Tuesday, October 16 2018 10:29 AM EDT2018-10-16 14:29:55 GMT
    (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing with state and local officials on the response to Hurricane Michael, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, in Macon, Ga.(AP Photo/Evan Vucci). President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing with state and local officials on the response to Hurricane Michael, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, in Macon, Ga.
    The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Paris for an event that President Donald Trump is also set to attend, but a meeting between them isn't planned.
    The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Paris for an event that President Donald Trump is also set to attend, but a meeting between them isn't planned.
  • US, South African farmers cry fowl over Trump metal tariffs

    US, South African farmers cry fowl over Trump metal tariffs

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 10:26 AM EDT2018-10-16 14:26:37 GMT
    Tuesday, October 16 2018 10:29 AM EDT2018-10-16 14:29:52 GMT
    (Michael Snyder/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP). President Donald Trump raises his fist to chants of "USA" during a visit Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, to Lynn Haven, Fla., to see storm damage and recovery efforts following Hurricane Michael. Trump marve...(Michael Snyder/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP). President Donald Trump raises his fist to chants of "USA" during a visit Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, to Lynn Haven, Fla., to see storm damage and recovery efforts following Hurricane Michael. Trump marve...
    President Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum are jeopardizing an export deal with South Africa worth millions of dollars to American chicken farmers.
    President Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum are jeopardizing an export deal with South Africa worth millions of dollars to American chicken farmers.
  • US general warns of complacency in fight against extremists

    US general warns of complacency in fight against extremists

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 10:18 AM EDT2018-10-16 14:18:06 GMT
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    The top U.S. military officer is warning that nations must not become complacent against the threat of violent extremist groups, as world leaders turn to other more pressing security issues.
    The top U.S. military officer is warning that nations must not become complacent against the threat of violent extremist groups, as world leaders turn to other more pressing security issues.
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  • France flood heaps added tragedy on terror victim's widow

    France flood heaps added tragedy on terror victim's widow

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 5:26 AM EDT2018-10-16 09:26:07 GMT
    Tuesday, October 16 2018 10:32 AM EDT2018-10-16 14:32:48 GMT
    (AP Photo/Fred Lancelot). Rescue workers wade through muddy waters searching for survivors in the town of Trebes, southern France, Monday, Oct.15, 2018. Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning waterways into raging torrents that ki...(AP Photo/Fred Lancelot). Rescue workers wade through muddy waters searching for survivors in the town of Trebes, southern France, Monday, Oct.15, 2018. Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning waterways into raging torrents that ki...
    French officials says flash floods that swept through towns in the southwest Aude region largely claimed elderly victims, who were seemingly caught off guard by the sudden, powerful torrents.
    French officials says flash floods that swept through towns in the southwest Aude region largely claimed elderly victims, who were seemingly caught off guard by the sudden, powerful torrents.
  • The Latest: US senator lashes out at Saudi crown prince

    The Latest: US senator lashes out at Saudi crown prince

    Tuesday, October 16 2018 3:05 AM EDT2018-10-16 07:05:34 GMT
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    (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris). Cleaning personnel wait to enter Saudi Arabia's Consulate in Istanbul, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. Turkey says an "inspection" of the consulate is expected to take place later on Monday, nearly two weeks after Saudi journalis...(AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris). Cleaning personnel wait to enter Saudi Arabia's Consulate in Istanbul, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. Turkey says an "inspection" of the consulate is expected to take place later on Monday, nearly two weeks after Saudi journalis...
    The Latest: Secretary of State Pompeo lands in Saudi Arabia to meet with king over Saudi writer's disappearance.
    The Latest: Secretary of State Pompeo lands in Saudi Arabia to meet with king over Saudi writer's disappearance.
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    Kremlin: No plans for Putin-Trump meeting in Paris

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    (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing with state and local officials on the response to Hurricane Michael, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, in Macon, Ga.(AP Photo/Evan Vucci). President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing with state and local officials on the response to Hurricane Michael, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, in Macon, Ga.
    The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Paris for an event that President Donald Trump is also set to attend, but a meeting between them isn't planned.
    The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Paris for an event that President Donald Trump is also set to attend, but a meeting between them isn't planned.
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    BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) - A man who police say was run over with a lawn mower while trying to kill his son with a chain saw has had to have his leg amputated. The Bristol Herald Courier reports that a warrant for 76-year-old Douglas Ferguson couldn’t be served until Tuesday because of the severity of his injuries.

  • Man accused of inappropriately touching a girl under 12

    Man accused of inappropriately touching a girl under 12

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    Joseph Francis Silva is charged with sexual intercourse without consent after a young girl spoke with police.

    Joseph Francis Silva is charged with sexual intercourse without consent after a young girl spoke with police.

  • Belt's Emily Langston Cheers and Drums to Support Huskies Sports Teams

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    Sitting behind the drum set inside Belt's high school's band room, flipping her hair while she plays a beat, is junior percussionist Emily Langston. She's the only female drummer in the Belt pep band this year.

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  • Warren DNA analysis points to Native American heritage; Trump denies offering $1M for test

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    BOSTON - President Donald Trump is falsely denying that he offered $1 million for Sen. Elizabeth Warren to take a DNA test to prove whether she had Native American ancestors. Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, is a widely rumored 2020 presidential candidate.

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  • Sheriff's Deputy accused of sexual contact with child

    Sheriff's Deputy accused of sexual contact with child

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    According to the Glasgow Courier, the division of criminal investigation was contacted about the incident in May of this year.  The DCI identified the victim as a 17-year-old female. During the investigation, she told officials that she met the deputy back in 2014 during a traffic stop. The article said they had an intimate relationship for a year. They would contact via phone, email, and text to meet up for sexual encounters. The victim said most of the time when they met he wo...

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