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Basic avalanche education you need to know before hitting the backcountry Video included

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"I know a friend that has triggered an avalanche on show shoes before," Chris Gheen, avalanche education student said. "And it was a very humbling experience for her."

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Wildfire in Glacier Co. controlled, but not contained Video included

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A wildfire has burned nearly 144 acres in Glacier County. The fire, which ignited Sunday afternoon, is believe to be human-caused. According to Carter Gallineaux, a fire investigator with Blackfeet Fire Management, at least one structure has been lost, but no injuries have been reported.  The fire is being handled thanks to mutual aid from Blackfeet Fire Management, Browning Volunteer Fire Department, East Glacier Volunteer Fire Department, Babb Volunteer Fire Department, ... More>>

Panda Express celebrates busy first weekend in Great Falls

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Good news for foodies in the Electric City: Panda Express is now open and ready for business.  The chain held it's grand opening Friday in Great Falls, on 57th Street South, right next to the new Walmart. It was a packed house Saturday as folks got a chance to see what the fuss was all about. And there will be a Career Fair for potential employees. That's going to be on Wednesday, Dec. 27th beginning at 9:00am. For more information or to register, click here. 

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Once Upon a Nativity tour now open at the Columbus Center

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Carol Olthoff has been collecting nativity depictions for over 30 years and 8 of those 30, she decided that this collection was to precious to just sit in a closet. She has over a thousand pieces in her collection and shows them all off for free.  She said people from all over have given her the nativity figures to add to the collection some even as far as Kenya. She says Christmas should be more than just about giving gifts but more of celebrating the life of Jesus. She sa... More>>

Two arrested on drug charges in Great Falls

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A traffic stop in Great Falls leads to two arrests after officers found 10 grams of methamphetamines in the vehicle. 

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Is Capitol security safe?

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HELENA, Mont.- Recently there have been reports of a man drunk in the Capitol during after hours. The gentleman is now banned from stepping foot on the capitol's campus, but some have questioned if the Capitol needs to step up their securityy. The Department of Administration oversees the security for about 60 buildings, but the Capitol gets the most traffic and needs the most attention by far. They say although it may seem as though no one is standing guard there's always someone w... More>>

Hunt begins for chronic wasting disease Video included

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This year's special hunt season is now underway. Fish, Wildlife and Parks are requiring all hunters to bring their game to the center to test for chronic wasting disease. 

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Proposed Tax Bill Totals 1101 Pages

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Many people remain confused about how a proposed tax reform bill will impact their wallets. Now you can review the 1101 page document for yourself ahead of next weeks vote on Capital Hill.

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Superintendent's Christmas message highlights suicide prevention

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Montana State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen issued her Christmas message late Friday afternoon. 

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341st Maintenance Group at MAFB awarded the Dept. of Defense Phoenix award

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The men and women of Malmstrom Air Force Base bring home yet another prestigious award this time from the Secretary of Defense. The 341-st Maintenance Group was awarded the 2017 Department of Defense Phoenix award.  Out of six field levels of military organizations, this group was singled out as being the best of the best on all levels. Group commander, Colonel David Miller said the bar has been set for future airmen especially after winning the Phoenix award for the first ... More>>

New Information: How experts determined bones belonged to three children Video included

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Missoula police are still looking to schedule an interview with a former tenant at a rental property where a box with skeletal remains of at least three children was found.  

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Greg Doyon declines Billings city administrator position Video included

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Greg Doyon has sent a letter to city negotiators declining the position of city administrator.

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Missoula bones investigation delayed by case backlog

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The investigation of childrens’ remains found in Missoula may be delayed for months. The Montana State Crime Lab says it’s sent the bone fragments to the University of North Texas in Denton for DNA testing. The University of North Texas Health Science Center accepts out-of-state evidence to help other states investigate missing persons cases. But Dr. Aldo Fufaro with the Montana State Crime Lab said as of Dec. 15, the Texas lab’s caseload is backlogged due to t...

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Warrant issued for man in "Aspect" criminal mischief case

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Based on the investigation in to the "aspect" criminal mischiefs in Helena, HPD has been issued a warrant for Spenser Koley Love for Criminal Mischief ( Felony) with a bond of $25,000. 

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Stockgrowers hear about deal to sell Montana beef to Chinese company

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Leaders of the Montana Stockgrowers Association told association members about the terms of a recent agreement to sell Montana-raised beef to China's largest online retailer during the organization's annual convention in Billings. The nonbinding agreement reached in November calls for Montana ranchers to sell about $70 million worth of beef to JD.com next year. The total agreement calls for selling $200 million worth of beef over three years and for JD to inves... More>>

What to do if you hit black ice while driving in winter

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Living in Montana one of the many things you need to be on the lookout for is black ice. 

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20th year of Shop With A Cop was a success

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This year is the 20th year kids of the community get to Shop with a Cop. Today was the second day of the event and hundreds of family showed up to go on a holiday shopping spree. Today was one of the two days this year the Great Falls Police Protective Association held shop with a cop. The idea is pretty simple underprivileged kids in the community get to choose some of their gifts while on a holiday shopping spree with some of Great Falls finest.  Some already had their eye... More>>

AMC anticipates record crowds for Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi is one of the most anticipated movies of the year, and with the AMC in Great Falls being the only theater in the area showing the film, how do they prepare for such an event? The theater says they are used to big crowds for highly anticipated movies, like Wonder Woman, and Stephen King’s It. The general manager says this day took a lot of planning ahead of time so tonight can go off without a hitch for the movie goers. “You know for Star Wars i...

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Holiday Fun Run with Great Falls Central Catholic Video included

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On December 16th, 2017, Great Falls Central Catholic High School is sponsoring a 5k Fun Run. The Fun Run is to raise money for the GF Central Cross-Country team’s new uniforms, as well as to send the GF Central Symphonic Winds Music kids to Seattle, WA for a band festival to work on improving musicianship. Runners can preregister at Universal Athletics or at http: //www.greatfallscentral.org/. Race day preregistration starts at 8:30 am and the race time is at 9:30 am. The cross...

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Shots fired around neighborhoods in Helena

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HELENA, Mont.- This morning gunshots were heard around several neighborhoods. No one was hurt, but the Helena Police Department has very few leads, and the shooter is still out there. It all started around 6:00 a.m. in neighborhoods around Euclid and Benton Avenues, Montana and Boulder Avenue and the upper east side in the area of Deerfield Lane. Jefferson County police also reported similar shots in the Montana City area. Police suspect the shots are being fired by the same person... More>>

Suta's injunction approved

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For months controversy has surrounded Pondera County Sheriff Carl Suta Thursday in the Pondera County Courthouse Judge Jon Oldenburg agreed with sheriff and said the injunction was valid.

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Gianforte gets behind Yellowstone mining ban

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BILLINGS (AP) - Montana U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte is sponsoring legislation to withdraw land near Yellowstone National Park from future mining, after describing an identical Senate measure as "dead on arrival" in the House.    Gianforte spokesman Travis Hall said the Republican has been working with other lawmakers to make sure the bill introduced Thursday can pass. Hall would not give further details.    The measure would remove public lands north of... More>>

Supreme Court denies re-sentencing in juvenile murder case

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By AMY BETH HANSON Associated Press HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Montana's Supreme Court has ruled a U.S. Supreme Court decision prohibiting mandatory life without parole sentences for juveniles convicted of murder also applies to Montana cases in which judges used their discretion to hand down the same sentence.    However, in a 4-3 ruling Wednesday, justices denied a man's petition for resentencing for a murder he committed six weeks before he turned 18.    The majority... More>>

Officers identified in Monday's shooting

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The man shot during the officer-involved shooting on Monday in Great Falls has been identified.

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Michigan authorities contact Missoula Police regarding human remains case

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Missoula Police say law enforcement officials in Michigan have reached out to them regarding the human remains found in Missoula.

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Report: Tourists staying longer, spending more in Montana

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MISSOULA- A new report shows that while the number of visitors to Montana didn't change much in 2017, the amount they spent still increased. The University of Montana's Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research's preliminary estimates show that in 2017, 12.2 million nonresidents visited the Treasure State and spent more than $3 billion. Tourism spending supports an estimated 38,700 jobs directly and indirectly supports $556 million of labor income. The number is fairly even with...

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Suta wins injunction; Not enough info for recall

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Judge Jon Oldenburg said there was insufficient information to go forward with a recall of Pondera County Sheriff Carl Suta.  As of right now no special election will be held and the petition to recall Sheriff Suta will not go any further.  We'll continue to update you as more details become available. More>>

Great Falls Scheels donated over $50,000 dollars to local organizations

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Today the local Scheels in Great Falls held their annual day of giving, they gave monetary donations to show non-profit organizations how much the they appreciate their service to not only great falls but the entire state. Organizations like Meals on Wheels, Saint Ann's Soup kitchen and United Way were in attendance to accept the donations. The store leader of Scheels said throughout the year they do a lot of searching to find find out exactly what the community wants and need ... More>>

Injuries reported in multi-vehicle crashes on I-90 near Belgrade

BOZEMAN- Montana Highway Patrol is on scene of a multi vehicle crash on Interstate 90 near Belgrade at mile post 300. The Montana Department of Transportation also reports another crash at mile post 299 also on Interstate 90 at the Belgrade Airport Interchange.  

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FCC votes to repeal Obama-era 'net neutrality' rules

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The Federal Communications Commission has voted on party lines to undo sweeping Obama-era "net neutrality" rules that guaranteed equal access to internet. 

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Holiday warning: Montana ranks 11th in package theft

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This holiday season more than 750 million packages will be delivered over the holidays by ups alone. 

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Security footage shows man trying to saw ATM in Billings

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BILLING- The Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office i asking for help as they work to identify a man they say used a saw to steal an ATM in billings.

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Gunshots heard in Helena

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Around 6:00 am Thursday, 911 Center in Helena received calls concerning possible shots being fired from a vehicle in several areas around town.  Officers from multiple agencies including HPD, L&C County Sheriff's Office and even Montana Highway Patrol searched for over an hour but were unable to find anything. Initial reports said the shots were coming from a vehicle that is described as a newer 2013-2014 silver Ford pickup, with black accents/striping/rocker panel molding. ... More>>

Sending Forest home

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One year old, Forest Kanode at the St Vincent Healthcare Pediatric clinic requires a Tracheostomy, due to having " CHARGE" syndrome. The toddler's parents have been trying to bring him home to Bozeman since July, but need help. Due to the toddler's needs he requires 24 hour alert and awake care.  The parents have been having a hard time finding several RNs that could watch Forest while they're asleep. "We really just need somebody, a few people," Casey says... More>>

Senator Daines questions General on agriculture terrorism

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Today U.S. Senator Steve Daines questioned general Richard Myer, the former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff for President George W. Bush about possible threats to Montana farmers, and the infrastructure of our food supply. The senator explained how many midwestern states economies rely heavily on the agriculture industry. For Montana it's the biggest economic power, bringing in 4.2 billion dollars a year. Daines asked how the United States would fend off man-made attacks on o... More>>

United Way needs your help to fulfill grants

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Every year United Way gives grants to help out numerous non for profit organizations across central Montana. Last year they couldn't fill five hundred thousand dollars in grants. and now they are worried about this year’s budget cuts having an impact on how much they need to help fund. With federal and state cutbacks on funding, it puts the roughly 25 organizations which rely on this funding in a bind. Now United Way has to help pick up the slack, and they say they need help ... More>>

Rodriguez found guilty

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Today is the first day for the Juan Rodriguez trial in cascade county district court.  Rodriguez is accused of sexually assaulting a young teen 15 years ago.

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Man accused of slamming baby, fracturing femur

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Allan Norman Garbo Osen is charged with Assault on Minor after he allegedly slammed a baby on a bed so forcefully, it fractured the baby's femur bone. 

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Truck collides with house in Black Eagle

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A truck which was being towed by a wrecker went into a home on the 100 block of 11th St. NE in Black Eagle around 7 p.m. tonight.  The wrecker had 2 other vehicles on its bed, the truck was behind the wrecker being towed down the road when it became unhooked from the wrecker, it then traveled into the front of the home. One resident was home at the time but was not injured in the incident. More>>

Recycle your Christmas tree

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Since Christmas trees are biodegradable, they can be recycled and repurposed. From December 26th to January 9th, Great Falls will have several locations with tree recycling containers.

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Cleaning out the Norovirus

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This season the Norovirus is rearing its ugly head in Cascade County.  Last year there were 60 reported cases. Unfortunately, the City-County Health Department said that number may be even higher. 

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Changing lives around the world

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The free to smile foundation. They provide surgical and dental services for cleft lip and  palates to under-served and poor children and teens through out the world.  every operation is free. 

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Police seek former tenant of property where bones turned up

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MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) - The Latest on the bones of three children being found in a shed in Missoula (all times local):    4:15 p.m.    Law enforcement officers in western Montana have a person they want to interview after a box containing the bones and teeth of three children were found in the shed of a Missoula home in September.    A cleaning crew found the box when a tenant was evicted from the property.    Missoula Police Sgt. Travis Welsh to...

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National Park Service cuts number of admission-free days in 2018 Video included

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DENVER: The National Park Service announced Dec. 13 a plan to hold only four admission fee-free days in 2018. It’s a 60 percent reduction from 2017 and a 75 percent reduction from 2016, when the NPS hosted 16 free days for public parks including Glacier and Yellowstone. The Park Service is already under fire for a plan to increase day-use fees during peak seasons at 17 of the country's most popular parks. It's a change the NPS attributes to needing to generate revenue for ...

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Missoula police turn to national database to try to identify childrens' bones

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Missoula Police are trying to identify three children whose bone fragments and teeth were found in a shed this fall. 

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Fatal accident near East Helena

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Montana Highway Patrol is reporting at least 1 person is dead in an early afternoon accident.   It was reported just before 1:00 Wednesday afternoon just west of East Helena on U.S. Highway 12. Cameras from Montana Department of Transportation show snow on the roads but there has been no word on cause of crash as of yet. MHP says to avoid the area if possible. Right now these are the only details available.  We'll update this story as more information comes in. More>>

Police find box containing children's bones in Missoula shed

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MISSOULA (AP) - Authorities say a box containing bones and teeth that are believed to be from three children was found in the shed of a Missoula home in September.    The Missoulian reports that Missoula police launched an investigation after a cleaning crew found the box when the former tenant was evicted from the property.    Police documents say the Montana State Crime Lab verified the remains as human, and an anthropology professor at the University of Mon...

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Man ejected after rolling car, hit and killed by passing motorist

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One man is dead after he was ejected in a rollover crash and was then hit by a passing vehicle.

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GFPS holds public forum on school boundary changes

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The Great Falls Public School District held a public forum tonight to educate the public on three different options for the future of districts for Great Falls Public Schools. The takeaway, change is going to happen, it’s just not clear how. Most people we spoke with were upset their kids will be displaced and moved to new schools. However, they understood it has to be done. The district has numerous criteria for the boundary changes, some include trying to reduce overcrowding... More>>

Superintendent Arntzen fights school-aged suicide

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HELENA, Mont.- There are some shocking numbers out of the office of public instruction, last year, about 10 percent of Montana high school students attempted suicide. Now Superintendent Elsie Arntzen announcing her plan to help save Montana student's lives. Arntzen selected 16 educators, parents, and experts to serve on the Suicide Prevention and Response Negotiated Rule making committee. The committee will work to create state-wide policies to promote and discuss positive mental he... More>>

US national parks to slash number of free days for visitors

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - National parks in the U.S. will sharply drop the number of days they allow visitors to get in for free.    After waiving entrance fees for 16 days in 2016 and 10 days in 2017, the National Park Service announced Tuesday that it will have four no-cost days next year.    They will be Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan. 15), the first day of National Park Week (April 21), National Public Lands Day (Sept. 22) and Veterans Day (Nov. 11).    ... More>>

Sheriff literally pours his heart into work

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HELENA, Mont.- From the Courthouse to the Law Enforcement Center, people know how hard Sheriff Leo Dutton works. So they weren't surprised when he came back to work yesterday just two weeks after having a major heart attack. "He has and always has had a higher sense of duty," said Mike McCarthy, Dutton's longtime friend. Mike McCarthy, who is the Operations Manager for the Montana Law Enforcement Academy, has known Leo Dutton about 35 years, before he earned his sheriff b... More>>

Keeping the doors open

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The big question, what does the future hold for the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center? A recent letter from the Cascade County Commissioners to the Lewis and Clark Helena National Forest Service said they have some major concerns about the future of the interpretive center.

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United Way of Cascade County reaches 70% of fundraising goal Video included

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United Way of Cascade County asks for the community’s help once a year, and the time period for that window is coming to a close in January. Help support local programs and individuals by donating to United Way’s annual campaign. According to their website, this year, United Way will support 32 programs at 27 local nonprofits that provide meals to seniors, books and mentors to children and a safe place for abused women and neglected children to stay. United Way’s g...

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New TSA security procedures underway in all Montana airports

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As of this week, most people flying out of a Montana airport will be required to remove electronic items larger than a phone from their carry-on luggage when going through a TSA checkpoint.

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GFPS to discuss new school boundaries

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Since the bond passed in October 2016 the talks of changing the boundaries for elementary schools in Great Falls have surfaced.  GFPS asked for comments and the public obliged with overwhelmingly negative responses. 

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6,900 homes could get power from new wind farm

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Tuesday, the Montana Public Service Commission voted unanimously to approve the sale of electricity from a 23 megawatt wind farm to NorthWestern Energy.  The agreement is based on a 15-year timeline. Under the proposal, New Colony Wind will develop the wind farm near Martinsdale, east of Helena. According to a press release from the PSC, the facility is expected to produce an average annual output of 76, 181 megawatt hours, or enough electricity to power 6,900 homes, and is... More>>

Fire destroys Butte building

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The Butte Fire Department is responding to a structure fire at a business on Front Street. 

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Child claims woman bit and slapped him

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A Great Falls woman is facing charges after a 10-year-old says she slapped and bit him. 

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Sore mouth disease suspected in Yellowstone bighorn sheep

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Sore mouth disease (also known as contagious ecthyma) is thought to be responsible for an illness observed among bighorn rams in Yellowstone National Park.

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New changes to happen at the Kalispell City Airport after new owners take over

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Kalispell city council voted to lease the municipal airport property to an independent group. This lease will terminate the cities financial obligations and liabilities to the property and a new group of owners will assume responsibility. Prior to this new agreement the city of Kalispell was responsible for the airports maintenance and the airport has a long list of much needed upgrades... Runway re-pavement, taxi-way rehabilitation and airport aprons were just a few... just these ... More>>

New owners taking over Kalispell City Airport

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Kalispell city council voted to lease the municipal airport property to an independent group. This lease will terminate the cities financial obligations and liabilities to the property and a new group of owners will assume responsibility. 

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Need to Know: Shipping over the Holidays, dates to ship by

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Did you know that UPS is expected to ship more than 750 million packages over the holidays? 

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MAFB Airmen arrested for kidnapping, assault, robbery

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Julia Russell, 22, of the 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron was arrested last week in Tulare, California for kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, and conspiracy to commit a felony. According to Tulare Police, on November 30th at approximately 9 P.M.  officers were dispatched to the area of State Route 137 and Road 68 regarding a female that had been assaulted. The victim stated she was taken against her will, assaulted and robbed of her property by the su...

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Help during the Holidays with the Great Falls Rescue Mission Video included

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Help the Great Falls Rescue Mission give back to the Electric City community this holiday season by giving back. One way to help out is by sponsoring a family or an individual. Jim Kizer with GFRM says there are currently 34 families staying at the Cameron Family Center, consisting of about 80 children. There are also 24 men and eight women participating in the recovery program. But you don’t have to give money or gifts to help, you can also give time. Volunteer opportunities ...

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Sheriff Dutton back at work

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HELENA, Mont.- Even a heart attack can't keep Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton down. After spending less than two weeks at home recovering, he is back in the office and fighting crime. Sheriff Dutton had emergency heart surgery to remove blockage and have a stint put in on November 28th. Today was his first day back since the ordeal. He was suppose to leave the office around noon, but was still tending to business around 3:00 p.m. Despite defying a few doctor's orders tod... More>>

Program gets girls coding

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HELENA, Mont.- A group of girls are bridging the gender gap in technology one code at a time. In just a few months, they have managed to create their own video game and interactive story. Girls Who Code is a national non-profit working to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. More than 50,000 girls throughout the U.S. have participated in the program, but this was the first year it was offered in Helena. Girls learn vital computing and coding skills that are nece... More>>

HPD has lead on downtown vandal

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HELENA, Mont.-The Helena Police Department is working to find the vandal who gratified more than 25 spots in the downtown, walking mall area, but they still don't have enough evidence to make any arrests. Captain Curt Stinson says surveillance footage and pictures from local businesses confirm the vandal is a man, but its difficult to make out any more identifiable features. H.P.D. has also received a few tips, but can't confirm they're true. Now Captain Stinson is asking for the com... More>>

Higher car registration fees kick in next month in Montana

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BUTTE, Mont. (AP) - Car owners in Montana will pay a little more when it comes time to renew vehicle registrations next year.    The Montana Standard reports that starting Jan. 1, a new statewide administrative fee of 3 percent will be applied to all portions of registration costs except on the county option fee.    State lawmakers increased registration fees during the last legislative session in hopes of raising about $25 million over the next two years to fund t...

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EPA identifies 2 Montana Superfund sites for quick action

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BUTTE, Mont. (AP) - Federal officials say two polluted sites associated with Montana's copper industry will get heightened attention as the government pushes to complete cleanups that have dragged on more than three decades.    The Silver Bow Creek/Butte site and Anaconda Smelter were added to the U.S. Environmental Protection agency's Superfund list of highly-contaminated sites in 1983.    EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt on Friday identified the two as among 21 Sup... More>>

Victim identified in rollover crash

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The Montana Highway Patrol says a 34-year-old unnamed male driver from Dutton,  was headed northbound on I-15 between the hours of one and two. The driver was in a Ford F-250 when he hit a median,  then back onto the road but he was broadside.  MHP  then said the truck rolled over multiple times coming to a rest on its roof.  MPH said during the rollover that's when the driver suffered the fatal injury and added that they believe al...

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Wreaths Across America honors Montana Veterans

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Millions of wreaths will be placed on the tombstones of fallen soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery in the coming days, but today in the capitol, Montanans recognized local veterans with their own wreath.

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US man accused of illegal gun exports to Europe, Australia

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A captured fugitive is accused of dozens of federal firearms violations in Montana for allegedly exporting guns from the U.S. to customers in countries with restrictive gun laws.

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Husband accused of strangling wife as she breastfed

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Husband accused of strangling wife while she was breastfeeding.

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Watchdog says MT Democratic Party violated campaign finance rules

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Montana's chief political watchdog says the Montana Democratic Party failed to identify the issues and candidates that benefited from the party's spending of about $375,000 on the 2016 general election.    Commissioner of Political Practices Jeff Mangan also found the party failed to include Supreme Court candidate Dirk Sandefur on a list of candidates it was supporting.    Mangan says he referred the case to the Lewis and Clark County attorney... More>>

Special Chronic Wasting Disease Hunt licenses sold out

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The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission met on Thursday and approved the special hunt in south-central Montana that will help with testing for the spread of chronic wasting disease.

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Showdown Montana seeing best opening week conditions in years

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Early season is usually not the best skiing for Showdown Montana. They normally don't have good snow coverage, numerous trails aren’t open, and that means your runs would be limited. Even though they had worries 2 weeks ago, they say things have been looking up. “We were nervous about opening and then the week before we opened we got 16 inches of snow, gave us a great base for the year. We were able to open 100 percent of the mountain, George said it's the best opening we...

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  • Honduras president declared election winner; unrest persists

    Honduras president declared election winner; unrest persists

    Monday, December 18 2017 2:00 AM EST2017-12-18 07:00:43 GMT
    President Juan Orlando Hernandez has been declared the winner of Honduras' disputed election, but that isn't quelling unrest from weeks of uncertainty as his main challenger calls for more protests Monday and vows...
    President Juan Orlando Hernandez has been declared the winner of Honduras' disputed election, but that isn't quelling unrest from weeks of uncertainty as his main challenger calls for more protests Monday and vows to take his claims of fraud to the OAS.
  • Macron: Talk to Assad now, he will answer for crimes later

    Macron: Talk to Assad now, he will answer for crimes later

    Monday, December 18 2017 2:00 AM EST2017-12-18 07:00:39 GMT
    French President Emmanuel Macron thinks Islamic State group will be defeated in Syria by middle or end of February and that Syrian President Bashar Assad can't be ignored in the aftermath, but must one day answer...
    French President Emmanuel Macron thinks Islamic State group will be defeated in Syria by middle or end of February and that Syrian President Bashar Assad can't be ignored in the aftermath, but must one day answer for his crimes.
  • South Africa's ruling ANC party votes for new leader Monday

    South Africa's ruling ANC party votes for new leader Monday

    Monday, December 18 2017 2:00 AM EST2017-12-18 07:00:35 GMT
    The vote to choose the next president of South Africa's ruling African National Congress party is getting underway, after disputes over the credentials of party delegates, highlighting the bitter fight within...
    The vote to choose the next president of South Africa's ruling African National Congress party is getting underway, after disputes over the credentials of party delegates, highlighting the bitter fight within Nelson Mandela's historic party.
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  • Sydney man charged with brokering North Korea missile sales

    Sydney man charged with brokering North Korea missile sales

    Monday, December 18 2017 2:00 AM EST2017-12-18 07:00:48 GMT
    A Sydney man has been charged with acting as an agent for North Korea in Australia by allegedly attempting to broker sales for Pyongyang that included components used in ballistic missiles.
    A Sydney man has been charged with acting as an agent for North Korea in Australia by allegedly attempting to broker sales for Pyongyang that included components used in ballistic missiles.
  • Honduras president declared election winner; unrest persists

    Honduras president declared election winner; unrest persists

    Monday, December 18 2017 2:00 AM EST2017-12-18 07:00:43 GMT
    President Juan Orlando Hernandez has been declared the winner of Honduras' disputed election, but that isn't quelling unrest from weeks of uncertainty as his main challenger calls for more protests Monday and vows...
    President Juan Orlando Hernandez has been declared the winner of Honduras' disputed election, but that isn't quelling unrest from weeks of uncertainty as his main challenger calls for more protests Monday and vows to take his claims of fraud to the OAS.
  • Macron: Talk to Assad now, he will answer for crimes later

    Macron: Talk to Assad now, he will answer for crimes later

    Monday, December 18 2017 2:00 AM EST2017-12-18 07:00:39 GMT
    French President Emmanuel Macron thinks Islamic State group will be defeated in Syria by middle or end of February and that Syrian President Bashar Assad can't be ignored in the aftermath, but must one day answer...
    French President Emmanuel Macron thinks Islamic State group will be defeated in Syria by middle or end of February and that Syrian President Bashar Assad can't be ignored in the aftermath, but must one day answer for his crimes.
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  • Panda Express celebrates busy first weekend in Great Falls

    Panda Express celebrates busy first weekend in Great Falls

    Sunday, December 17 2017 12:44 AM EST2017-12-17 05:44:57 GMT

    Good news for foodies in the Electric City: Panda Express is now open and ready for business.  The chain held it's grand opening Friday in Great Falls, on 57th Street South, right next to the new Walmart. It was a packed house Saturday as folks got a chance to see what the fuss was all about. And there will be a Career Fair for potential employees. That's going to be on Wednesday, Dec. 27th beginning at 9:00am. For more information or to register, click here. 

    Good news for foodies in the Electric City: Panda Express is now open and ready for business.  The chain held it's grand opening Friday in Great Falls, on 57th Street South, right next to the new Walmart. It was a packed house Saturday as folks got a chance to see what the fuss was all about. And there will be a Career Fair for potential employees. That's going to be on Wednesday, Dec. 27th beginning at 9:00am. For more information or to register, click here. 

  • Two arrested on drug charges in Great Falls

    Two arrested on drug charges in Great Falls

    Friday, December 15 2017 8:59 PM EST2017-12-16 01:59:56 GMT
    James Wells (left) and Terry Wells (right)James Wells (left) and Terry Wells (right)

    A traffic stop in Great Falls leads to two arrests after officers found 10 grams of methamphetamines in the vehicle. 

    A traffic stop in Great Falls leads to two arrests after officers found 10 grams of methamphetamines in the vehicle. 

  • Child claims woman bit and slapped him

    Child claims woman bit and slapped him

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 12:09 PM EST2017-12-12 17:09:52 GMT

    A Great Falls woman is facing charges after a 10-year-old says she slapped and bit him. 

    A Great Falls woman is facing charges after a 10-year-old says she slapped and bit him. 

  • Man ejected after rolling car, hit and killed by passing motorist

    Man ejected after rolling car, hit and killed by passing motorist

    Wednesday, December 13 2017 12:50 PM EST2017-12-13 17:50:52 GMT

    One man is dead after he was ejected in a rollover crash and was then hit by a passing vehicle.

    One man is dead after he was ejected in a rollover crash and was then hit by a passing vehicle.

  • MAFB Airmen arrested for kidnapping, assault, robbery

    Monday, December 11 2017 8:11 PM EST2017-12-12 01:11:41 GMT

    Julia Russell, 22, of the 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron was arrested last week in Tulare, California for kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, and conspiracy to commit a felony. According to Tulare Police, on November 30th at approximately 9 P.M.  officers were dispatched to the area of State Route 137 and Road 68 regarding a female that had been assaulted. The victim stated she was taken against her will, assaulted and robbed of her property by the su...

    Julia Russell, 22, of the 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron was arrested last week in Tulare, California for kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, and conspiracy to commit a felony. According to Tulare Police, on November 30th at approximately 9 P.M.  officers were dispatched to the area of State Route 137 and Road 68 regarding a female that had been assaulted. The victim stated she was taken against her will, assaulted and robbed of her property by the su...

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