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"It started as a rescue, but has since turned into a recovery" Woman went into Missouri River

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Search and Rescue crews are working to locate a person witnesses say walked into the Missouri River. Right now efforts are being focused near the Black Eagle Dam. Very little information has been released right now, but KFBB can confirm the search is still underway. 

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Shooting victim dies from injuries, Suspect claims self-defense

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KFBB is receiving reports of shots fired in Great Falls Sunday evening.  Just before 9:30pm, it was reported that a shot was fired on the 500 block of 22nd Avenue Northeast in Great Falls, near the Walmart Shopping Center.  It is unclear at this time if anyone was injured, or if there is a suspect. Neighbors in the area tell our reporter on scene they heard at least a gunshot, but thought it was from their TV, until they saw approximately 14 police cars swarm the area. An ...

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Why you should stay out of the Missouri River

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It looks to be a beautiful week around Great Falls, and as those temperatures continue to rise it could be tempting to take a dip in the Missouri River, however officials with Fish, Wildlife and Parks suggest otherwise. "In big rivers like the Missouri, there can be dangerous undercurrents," said Spokesman Bruce Auchly. In addition to those undercurrents, hypothermia is a serious concern in the spring time. Temperatures might be warmer, however the temperature of the water... More>>

UPDATE: 9-year-old killed in ATV crash

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According to the Montana Highway Patrol incidents page, a fatal crash occurred on Sloans Lane around 12:40 this afternoon. The crash happened near where Sloan Lane crosses Boulder Frontage Road just outside of Boulder. The number of people or vehicles involved has not yet been released.

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39th Annual Ice Breaker goes off without a hitch

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Thousands of people came to the Electric City today for the 39th annual Ice Breaker road race. Many runners were from Great Falls and other cities in Montana, some from other states, and even a few from other countries. They all came here for different reasons, some for training, others because of tradition. “I am running the three-mile race because my grandpa Lile Skinner has run every single three-mile race since the beginning,” said Malia Skinner. Others came to pus...

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Evacuations ordered in Harlem

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   4:45 p.m.    The mayor of the town of Harlem has ordered the evacuation of a handful of homes that are threatened by flooding.    Mayor K.M. Hansen says Wednesday's order affects about four homes surrounded by water north of the railroad tracks. He says another three or four families have already evacuated and he wanted the others to leave while they still can.    Hansen says the rest of the town of 800 near the Fort Belknap Indian Reservat...

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Herberger's to close in Great Falls

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GREAT FALLS - Another store is shutting its doors in the Electric City.  This time it's due to the liquidation of its parent company.  All Herberger stores across the nation will be closing.  A U.S. bankruptcy judge is expected to decide today on the acquisition of the Bon-Ton stores chain. The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. was operating 260 stores in 24 states, largely in the Northeast and Midwest, when it filed for bankruptcy in January. Stores in Havre, Kalispell, Billings,...

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UPDATE: Escaped bear located

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A 3 to 4-year-old female black bear has escaped from Montana Wildlife Center overnight.  

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Youth Transition Center to close in Great Falls

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GREAT FALLS - Budget cuts are forcing the closure of Great Falls Youth Transition Center.  The center is a 7-bed facility houses boys between the ages of 15 - 17, all of whom are on juvenile parole. “It’s unfortunate that, as a result of cuts mandated by the legislature, we had to make this difficult decision. We have taken a hard look at programs and found that this is the most cost-effective solution,” Department of Corrections Director Reginald Michael ... More>>

Flooding on the Hi-Line

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Flooding is taking over the Hi-Line for the second straight day. 

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Man Goes Canoeing in Natural Runoff

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Flooding continues to have a big impact along the Hi-Line, with water affecting farmers and buildings. Despite the negatives, one resident in Big Sandy is using this as an opportunity to go canoeing. Josh Danreuther and his friends have been visiting the natural runoff around Big Sandy and enjoying time on their canoes and kayaks. Danreuther said his father used to go canoeing on the runoff back in the day, and he's been waiting for the opportunity to go himself. The only way thes... More>>

UPDATE: Mother believed to have taken missing child to Minnesota

The Missing and Endangered person advisory for Aubryella Cordova has expired. Aubryella is still missing at this time. We thank you for your assistance.

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GFPD: No evidence of gunshots near school

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Just after 2 pm, we received reports of shots fired in the area of Great Falls High and Longfellow Elementary school.  

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SCAM ALERT: HPD says old scam making new rounds

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HELENA: Helena Police Department says they've seen another influx of calls to victims across the Capital city where the caller claims to be a part of law enforcement. 

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“I knew I needed to help her right away" Boy saves 80 year old neighbor

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A local Boy Scout, named Blake, helped an elderly woman last month who fell outside of her home. It all happened on March 26. The 9-year-old was riding his bike with his younger sister McKenna, when he heard someone calling for help. Blake's neighbor, 80-year-old Sally Kommer, had fallen on the front step of her home in Great Falls and broke her leg. 

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Nightmare Bacteria: What you need to know about drug-resistant bacteria

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Superbugs have not only concerned scientists for several years but has also plagued the public as well. These antibacterial strains have been found in 27 states so far, but concerns are growing and scientists are now referring to them as “nightmare bacteria”.  Antibacterial strains are killing 23,000 Americans each and every year.  Roughly 10% of the people tested carry this bacteria, and of that 10%, none showed any signs or symptoms. The CDC warned this...

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Largest drug treatment court graduation ever

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The largest graduating class of 5 walked out of Drug Treatment Court today with their new lives. Many of them had years of work to reach this point. Even judge Greg Pinski said this is quite the accomplishment. “If you want the easy road out, go to jail, do your time, just sit and do nothing. Because if you come to this program you're held accountable and responsible for the choices that you make,” said Greg Pinski. For the program coordinators, they say having 5 gradua... More>>

Police station and fire department phone outage fixed

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The Great Falls Police Department has announced a main phone line was cut earlier this afternoon that impacts the calls going in and out of the fire department, police station, water treatment plant, animal shelter, Civic Center, and the parks and recreation department. 

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Green Party Ballot hearing heats up

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  The Montana Democratic Party made its case against the Montana Green Party in Lewis and Clark County’s District Court this afternoon. The Dems argued the Greens failed to collect the required number of signatures on its petition to qualify as an official party on this November’s ballot. Democrats say 180 signatures turned in by The Green Party are invalid. This could keep them off the ticket. The Green Party says they feel like they're being attacked as...

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Annual Ducks Unlimited Banquet in Great Falls Video included

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In tonight's Community Spotlight, Michaela Hystad and Adam McDaniel from Ducks Unlimited visit KFBB to discuss the annual banquet coming up.  This year's banquet will take place Friday, May 11th at the Heritage Inn in Great Falls. Proceeds go towards DU's mission of protecting Montana's wetlands and wildlife.  For more information or to purchase tickets, visit their website. 

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Reports of fully engulfed trailer on west side of Great Falls

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We are receiving reports of a structure fire on the west side of Great Falls, off Fourmile Creek Road.  According to scanner traffic, a grass fire has reached the trailer, and it is now fully engulfed. All residents have been evacuated, but there could still be animals inside. Scanner traffic also indicates there could be a large propane tank in or around the home.  It is unclear at this time what started the blaze. Multiple agencies are currently responding. We have a rep...

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Time to prep your home for fire season

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Spring has finally come here in Montana and for most, it probably means you'll be doing some landscaping in the near future. But Great Falls fire rescue says you should also be doing things to protect your home from fire season. “Protecting your home from wildfire is an important deal. A lot of people think its flame impingement or radiant heat that catches homes on fire but it isn’t its fire brand. The stuff blowing off the fire has hot cinders that blow into peoples ho... More>>

Preserve Our Parks hosting rally for Park District

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Preserve Our Parks is hosting a rally to educate and inform the public about the proposed park district in Great Falls.  The rally will start at 4:30pm on Thursday, April 26th on the Civic Center steps. Shortly after will be a Town Hall Meeting in the Missouri Room of the Civic Center, starting at 5:30pm.  For more information about the event or Preserve Our Parks, head to their website. 

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AG Fox makes first public appearance since cancer diagnosis

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Tim Fox made his first public appearance since the attorney general announced he has colon cancer last month. Fox seemed in good spirits as he presented an award to a classroom from Gardner this morning in Helena. AG Fox stood alongside Superintendent Elsie Arntzen to present an award to Kali Hubbard, a 5th grader from Gardiner Elementary, for her artistic accomplishments. Hubbard's design was chosen for the 2018 Montana Bring Our Missing Children Home Poster Contest. Fox said ...

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Helena non-profit a haven for horses

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An organization in Helena doing all that it can to help neglected horses across The Treasure State. Our Bliss Zechman spoke with Helena Horse Rescue to see how they find fillies forever homes. Cherron Davis has always had a passion for animals. She's opened her home to all walks of wildlife. Pigs, cows, dogs and more all happily roam on her farm nestled on the outskirts of Helena. However, recently she's created a haven for a few hoofed creatures. "There would be horses up for ... More>>

Dead cow washed up near dog park

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Several witnesses described seeing a dead cow in the water along River Drive. Our reporter was able to spot the carcass, which was right across from the dog park. Dispatch is aware of the situation but has not explained when the animal will be removed. 

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Pet of the week: Skeet

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This week KFBB is featuring Skeet as our Pet of the Week. She's available for adoption right now at the Maclean Animal Adoption Center (MAAC) in Great Falls Skeet is a 10-year-old cat who has beautiful coloration, a great personality, and a cat who has been at the center for far too long. “She is a great lover. You probably can't pick it up on your mic right now but I can feel her purring in my hand, and we are just hanging out here,” said Tom Hazen. Although she is qui...

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Active controlled burns in Cascade County

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According to the Cascade County Burn Permit and Notification Service burn map, there are currently 13 active controlled burns in Cascade County. 

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High winds caused headaches for firefighters at Vaughn wildfire

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A power line came down sparking a wildfire near Medicine River Road in Vaughn at approximately 2:30 this afternoon. The property owner said he believes the high winds are what caused the power pole to go down. The fire quickly picked up speed and spread across the river and onto an adjacent property. Fire departments who responded include Vaughn, Fort Shaw, Sun River, Cascade County Rural, Manchester, Sand Coulee, Black Eagle, Gore Hill, Montana Air National Guard, and Malmstrom AFB...

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Downed power line sparks fire 16 miles north of Great Falls

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A downed power line sparked a fire near Power Road East, just 16 miles north of Great Falls. Sources close to the newsroom told KFBB the power line came down from the wind. This then caused the fire to rapidly spread east. Carter, the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, and Power Volunteer fire departments all responded to the fire. According to viewers, the fire was out by around 5:30 this evening. There were no injuries or structures damaged by the fire. More>>

Community Spotlight: Upper Missouri River Heritage Area

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Gayle Fisher from the Upper Missouri River Heritage Area stopped by the KFBB Studio to tell us about some classes coming up this May.

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Crews respond to a river rescue

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Shortly after 5 p.m. the Gore Hill Volunteer Fire Department and Cascade County Search and Rescue saved a man on Flood Rd.

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Safari Club donates $2,400 to Grace Home

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The Safari Club presented a $2,400 check to the Grace Home Friday afternoon. The money will go towards food, transportation and other basic necessities for the veterans. The Safari Club decided on $2,400 after matching the donations from a banquet they held last month. They say they are happy to help, because they are grateful for veterans. The Grace Home works with homeless veterans and helps them get back on their feet. More>>

Son threatens father with machete

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GREAT FALLS - Lamar Francis is being charged with assault with a weapon and partner family member assault (PFMA) after court documents say he threatened his father with a machete.   This is the 2nd PFMA charge for Francis and this encounter with the police marks several encounters over the last few weeks.  Police say on one occasion Francis was arrested for disorderly conduct after he was seen jumping in and out of traffic while intoxicated. On April 19th, G... More>>

Man charged after running woman over with a car

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GREAT FALLS - Jason Saliva is facing assault with a weapon and criminal mischief charges after court documents say he pinned a woman between two cars in February. The victim says Saliva approached her at a car wash on 10th avenue south and demanded that she get into his vehicle.  When she refused he slashed her front left tire with a knife.  Court documents went on to say he got into his vehicle and deliberately drove it at her, pinning her between the 2 cars. Witnesses ca... More>>

Sip N’ Dip calling for extras for music video

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The Sip N’ Dip is calling for 10-15 extras to play as bar patrons for an upcoming music video. They’ll be shooting this coming Monday April 23 from 8;00 am- noon. If chosen you’ll receive $25 and a free lunch. the lounge can not disclose who the artist is just yet.  If interested email a photo of yourself to Sandra at omi@mcn.net. You’ll also need to sign a release.  More>>

4,000 and more of Montana's children need your help

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There is a desperate call for your help by some of youngest voices in Montana. A staggering numbers of children without permanent homes. 4,000, that is the number of children in Montana who need foster care according to Victoria Roberts with Youth Dynamics. 

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Public comment sought for accessible playground grant

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 Montana State Parks is looking for public input on proposed Accessible Playground Grant applicants.  The Montana Accessible Playgrounds Grant Program was established to help municipalities and school districts throughout the state secure additional grant funding for the development of accessible playgrounds where children of all abilities can learn, play and grow. Montana State Parks administers the Accessible Playgrounds Grant Program with $100,000 in funds appropri...

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Helena High students lack numbers in scheduled walkout

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Students at Helena High School were expected to walkout of class this morning in conjunction with the 19th anniversary of Columbine. However, only a couple of kids chose to step foot outside. The National Student Walkout is a nationwide protest that aims to point out, what the organization calls,  our leader's failures to pass laws that protect students from gun violence. More than 500 schools were expected to hold protests, but it seems the memo was lost on most students ... More>>

Car engulfed in flames on Vinyard Rd

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Around 8:30 p.m. a controlled burn caught a parked vehicle on fire on Vinyard Rd. Great Fall Police Department tells KFBB there are no reported injuries and the fire is now under control. More>>

1 injured in single vehicle rollover on 6th St. NW and Vineyard

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A single-vehicle rollover occurred on 6th St. NW and Vineyard around 4:30 this afternoon. 

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From snowed in to floods, Browning is ready

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With the flooding already impacting the Hi-line, residents along the Rocky Mountain front are worried they will be in a similar situation soon. Preparations are underway to make sure the areas most at risk are ready for the potential flooding threat. 

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  • Kelly Clarkson to perform at MontanaFair

    Kelly Clarkson to perform at MontanaFair

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    She's a three time Grammy-award winner who just recently released her eighth studio album "Meaning of Life" which features the Grammy nominated single "Love so Soft."

    She's a three time Grammy-award winner who just recently released her eighth studio album "Meaning of Life" which features the Grammy nominated single "Love so Soft."

  • UPDATED: Body found in water at Two Moon Park in Billings

    UPDATED: Body found in water at Two Moon Park in Billings

    Sunday, April 22 2018 5:23 PM EDT2018-04-22 21:23:19 GMT
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    A body was recovered from the Yellowstone River near Two Moon Park. The cause of death and the identity will be determined by the Yellowstone County Coroner's Office.

    A body was recovered from the Yellowstone River near Two Moon Park. The cause of death and the identity will be determined by the Yellowstone County Coroner's Office.

  • The Wallflowers and Sugar Ray to Headline Annual Elk River Reunion Music Festival in Billings

    The Wallflowers and Sugar Ray to Headline Annual Elk River Reunion Music Festival in Billings

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    Sugar Ray, the Toadies, the Wallflowers and Smashmouth coming for Billings music festival this summer.

    Sugar Ray, the Toadies, the Wallflowers and Smashmouth coming for Billings music festival this summer.

  • Pipeline protester must pay over $3K in fines

    Pipeline protester must pay over $3K in fines

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    65 year old Leonard Higgins turned off an emergency valve at a Spectra Energy site last October just south of Big Sandy. Not only did the self-proclaimed activist admit to turning the valve off. He video taped himself as he did it. 

    65 year old Leonard Higgins turned off an emergency valve at a Spectra Energy site last October just south of Big Sandy. Not only did the self-proclaimed activist admit to turning the valve off. He video taped himself as he did it. 

  • Local Business Spotlight: Morning Light Coffee

    Local Business Spotlight: Morning Light Coffee

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    Making latte's and cappuccinos wasn’t even a thought for morning light coffee roasters almost 30 years ago. In fact, they got into the coffee business as wholesalers for local grocery stores. Times have changed however, they opened a coffee shop, continued roasting and haven’t looked back. “We are kind of unique that we roast our own coffee in our store. We started that concept back in 1989 and it was a fairly new concept, nobody was doing it around the countr

    Making latte's and cappuccinos wasn’t even a thought for morning light coffee roasters almost 30 years ago. In fact, they got into the coffee business as wholesalers for local grocery stores. Times have changed however, they opened a coffee shop, continued roasting and haven’t looked back. “We are kind of unique that we roast our own coffee in our store. We started that concept back in 1989 and it was a fairly new concept, nobody was doing it around the countr

  • Discovering the Future: Native American Bison Experience

    Discovering the Future: Native American Bison Experience

    Students at Paris Gibson Education Center had the opportunity of a lifetime to go the Fort Belknap reservation and harvest a bison: what they call the Native American Bison Experience.

    Students at Paris Gibson Education Center had the opportunity of a lifetime to go the Fort Belknap reservation and harvest a bison: what they call the Native American Bison Experience.

  • Update: Suspect arrested in hit-and-run accident that killed Canadian man

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    One Canadian man has been arrested in connection to a crash that killed a 72-year-old man in Great Falls on April 15th. 

    One Canadian man has been arrested in connection to a crash that killed a 72-year-old man in Great Falls on April 15th. 

  • Cyber hacking protection tips

    Cyber hacking protection tips

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    It can happen to you anytime....anywhere....even if you think it can't. That's what Eric Fulton, a former professional hacker is saying about cyber attacks. 

    It can happen to you anytime....anywhere....even if you think it can't. That's what Eric Fulton, a former professional hacker is saying about cyber attacks. 

  • Domestic violence cases increasing in Cascade County

    Domestic violence cases increasing in Cascade County

    Tuesday, January 16 2018 6:21 PM EST2018-01-16 23:21:12 GMT
    Tuesday, January 16 2018 6:21 PM EST2018-01-16 23:21:12 GMT
    Domestic violence is a growing issue here in Cascade County. According to the Victim Witness Assistant Services, they currently have more than 350 open files. There were also more than 1,000 local victims in 2017. "Everyday we deal with it," said Tonya Rolando with the Victim Witness Assistant Services. "Some days multiple times, some days maybe once, but I would average probably daily." According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, nearly 2...
    Domestic violence is a growing issue here in Cascade County. According to the Victim Witness Assistant Services, they currently have more than 350 open files. There were also more than 1,000 local victims in 2017. "Everyday we deal with it," said Tonya Rolando with the Victim Witness Assistant Services. "Some days multiple times, some days maybe once, but I would average probably daily." According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, nearly 2...
  • University of Providence Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    University of Providence Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Monday, January 15 2018 7:43 PM EST2018-01-16 00:43:11 GMT
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    The University of Providence celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. with a special celebration held on campus. It all started at 10:00 a.m. with the ringing of the Chapel Bell. The University of Providence says they do it every year along with the ringing of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. The event also consisted of speeches, music and food.  "Martin Luther King stood for so much of what our campus stands for in terms of a commitment to justice, a commitment to peace, and t...

    The University of Providence celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. with a special celebration held on campus. It all started at 10:00 a.m. with the ringing of the Chapel Bell. The University of Providence says they do it every year along with the ringing of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. The event also consisted of speeches, music and food.  "Martin Luther King stood for so much of what our campus stands for in terms of a commitment to justice, a commitment to peace, and t...

  • Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals: Day Three

    Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals: Day Three

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    Sunday, January 14 2018 11:50 PM EST2018-01-15 04:50:57 GMT
    Highlights from the final day of the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held on Sunday, January 14th. 
    Highlights from the final day of the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held on Sunday, January 14th. 
  • Getting to know JJ Harrison the Rodeo Clown

    Getting to know JJ Harrison the Rodeo Clown

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    The Montana PRCA Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals are well underway and you might have noticed a certain rodeo clown.  Originally a school teacher with a masters degree, JJ Harrison says his love for being the class clown eventually became his occupation. " About 2004 a friend of mine said 'hey I'm putting a bull ride on and I want you to be my clown,' Harrison said. "I thought that's ridiculously stupid I'm not wearing make-up prancing around like some dork. No I'm not doing...

    The Montana PRCA Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals are well underway and you might have noticed a certain rodeo clown.  Originally a school teacher with a masters degree, JJ Harrison says his love for being the class clown eventually became his occupation. " About 2004 a friend of mine said 'hey I'm putting a bull ride on and I want you to be my clown,' Harrison said. "I thought that's ridiculously stupid I'm not wearing make-up prancing around like some dork. No I'm not doing...

  • Townsend and Jefferson Split Rivalry Doubleheader

    Townsend and Jefferson Split Rivalry Doubleheader

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    The Townsend Bulldogs hosted the Jefferson Panthers for a Class B high school basketball rivalry doubleheader. 

    The Townsend Bulldogs hosted the Jefferson Panthers for a Class B high school basketball rivalry doubleheader. 

  • Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals: Day Two

    Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals: Day Two

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    Saturday, January 13 2018 11:40 PM EST2018-01-14 04:40:17 GMT
    Highlights from day two of the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held on Saturday, January 13th.
    Highlights from day two of the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held on Saturday, January 13th.
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  • Actor Steve Reevis dies

    Actor Steve Reevis dies

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    Steve Reevis was an actor and a member of the Blackfeet Nation in Browning Montana. According to the Pikanni Press & Newsfeed in Browning Reevis passed away December 7, 2017.

    Steve Reevis was an actor and a member of the Blackfeet Nation in Browning Montana. According to the Pikanni Press & Newsfeed in Browning Reevis passed away December 7, 2017.

  • Senator Daines to host press call regarding public lands

    Senator Daines to host press call regarding public lands

    Wednesday, December 6 2017 6:35 PM EST2017-12-06 23:35:44 GMT
    Wednesday, December 6 2017 6:35 PM EST2017-12-06 23:35:44 GMT
    Today, U.S. Senator Steve Daines announced he will be hosting a press call on Thursday, December 7th, to discuss public lands with the Montana press. This story will be updated as we learn more details.
    Today, U.S. Senator Steve Daines announced he will be hosting a press call on Thursday, December 7th, to discuss public lands with the Montana press. This story will be updated as we learn more details.
  • Whitefish sues over payments for Puerto Rico power work

    Whitefish sues over payments for Puerto Rico power work

    Friday, December 1 2017 12:51 PM EST2017-12-01 17:51:08 GMT
    Friday, December 1 2017 12:51 PM EST2017-12-01 17:51:08 GMT

    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A small Montana company that landed and lost a $300 million contract to restore Puerto Rico's hurricane-shattered electric grid is suing a subcontractor for allegedly interfering with tens of millions of dollars in payments.  

    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A small Montana company that landed and lost a $300 million contract to restore Puerto Rico's hurricane-shattered electric grid is suing a subcontractor for allegedly interfering with tens of millions of dollars in payments.  

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  • Largest drug treatment court graduation ever

    Largest drug treatment court graduation ever

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    The largest graduating class of 5 walked out of Drug Treatment Court today with their new lives. Many of them had years of work to reach this point. Even judge Greg Pinski said this is quite the accomplishment. “If you want the easy road out, go to jail, do your time, just sit and do nothing. Because if you come to this program you're held accountable and responsible for the choices that you make,” said Greg Pinski. For the program coordinators, they say having 5 gradua...
    The largest graduating class of 5 walked out of Drug Treatment Court today with their new lives. Many of them had years of work to reach this point. Even judge Greg Pinski said this is quite the accomplishment. “If you want the easy road out, go to jail, do your time, just sit and do nothing. Because if you come to this program you're held accountable and responsible for the choices that you make,” said Greg Pinski. For the program coordinators, they say having 5 gradua...
  • Montana Farmer Partners with Annie's

    Montana Farmer Partners with Annie's

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    Annie's has partnered up with two Montana farmers to produce limited edition macaroni and cheese and snacks.  This is not ordinary organic mac and cheese. 

    Annie's has partnered up with two Montana farmers to produce limited edition macaroni and cheese and snacks.  This is not ordinary organic mac and cheese. 

  • Former Red Lodge Police K-9 Drago dies after routine surgery

    Former Red Lodge Police K-9 Drago dies after routine surgery

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    People in Red Lodge and Oregon are remembering former Red Lodge Police K-9 officer Drago, who passed away this week from complications during a routine surgery.

    People in Red Lodge and Oregon are remembering former Red Lodge Police K-9 officer Drago, who passed away this week from complications during a routine surgery.

  • McDonald's Self-Serve Kiosk

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    Self-serve kiosks are making their debut in the fast food industry! The recently renovated 10th Ave. McDonald's here in Great Falls has just added self-serving kiosks to their menu. Instead of 3 places to order, there are now 8 in the newly designed restaurant. In an effort to offer a better guest experience, McDonald's is allowing their customers to have the opportunity of ordering everything themselves. The staff that was once stuck behind the counter, are now making the exp...
  • UM student cited for stealing deadly potassium cyanide vial

    UM student cited for stealing deadly potassium cyanide vial

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 7:05 PM EDT2018-04-24 23:05:42 GMT

    An investigation has uncovered how a vial of deadly potassium cyanide went missing from a University of Montana chemistry lab.

    An investigation has uncovered how a vial of deadly potassium cyanide went missing from a University of Montana chemistry lab.

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