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Moose takes a dip at Butte's new water park

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The new Ridge Waters water park had a surprise visit from a young moose who took a leisurely dip.

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Philipsburg gearing up for another busy summer

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KPAX’s Augusta McDonnell visited one local spot that’s becoming a destination for foodies and microbrew fans alike. 

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Montana Folk Festival ready to fill Mining City with music fans

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BUTTE - The Festival City had two major festivals canceled this summer and organizers of Butte’s Montana Folk Festival wants to reassure the public this event is happening this summer. 

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Cease-fire declared behind Butte’s Big Butte: Recreational shooting banned

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BUTTE - Though once a popular place to shoot, Butte officials have called for a cease-fire behind Big Butte for a month now. 

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Butte Elevated website shows there's more to the Mining City than mining

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BUTTE - A new website dedicated to promoting Butte has gone online Thursday. The Butte Elevated website is the result of a two-year effort to market the city and let people know what is happening in Butte. 

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Woman killed in Missoula hit-and-run identified

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The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office has identified the woman who was killed in a Sunday morning hit-and-run crash. 

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Helena woman crowned Miss Montana 2018

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Laura Haller of Helena was crowned Miss Montana 2018 in Glendive on Saturday night by Miss Montana 2017 Maddie Murray.

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Crimestoppers mascot "Tipper" encourages people to be tipsters

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With every handshake, Tipper reminds kids to be a tipster.
 

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Western Montana photographer set to release new Sperry Chalet book

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A photographer who gained attention for taking one of the most iconic photos of the Sperry Chalet just weeks before it burned in a forest fire last August, is releasing a book.

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Colonel Allen reflects on tenure as Malmstrom commander

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Colonel Ron Allen says Tuesday will be bittersweet

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Chamber of Commerce declines to endorse a candidate in MT’s U.S. Senate race

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Montana’s top business lobby Monday declined to endorse a candidate in the state’s top election race, the U.S. Senate. 

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Dunrovin Ranch osprey named in honor of refugee student

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"I think that these birds are bringing us together in ways that we could not have foreseen."

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Above-average rainfall could lead to another bad fire season in Montana

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Fire season is near and while many think that the recent above-average rainfall is good, that’s not always the case.

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Trump directs Pentagon to create military Space Force

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Catching observers off guard, President Trump, in remarks before a National Space Council Meeting at the White House Monday, officially directed to Pentagon to establish a sixth branch of the military, a "space force," to ensure American dominance on the high frontier. 

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Bomb reportedly found in armed robbery suspect's vehicle

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The Belgrade man who is accused of armed robbery of a Bozeman business reportedly had a homemade bomb in his vehicle when he was arrested. 

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Greenway along Silver Bow Creek moving forward, despite challenges

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Turning the once contaminated stretch of Silver Bow Creek west of Butte into a lush greenway has been in the works since 2000.

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Study: Almost half of diabetics skip medical care due to costs

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Almost half of diabetics are cutting back on treatment because of costs, according to a new survey that comes as the skyrocketing price of insulin is prompting lawmakers and physicians to call for more oversight. The American Medical Association, the largest association of physicians in the U.S., last week called for federal intervention to protect diabetics from being exploited by price gouging on insulin products. The group wants the Federal Trade Commission and the Justi...

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Brown bear near Kremlin (video)

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A brown bear is causing some commotion near the community of Kremlin along the Hi-Line.

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State-revenue rebound could lead to undoing budget cuts this year

State Rep. Nancy Ballance, R-Hamilton State Rep. Nancy Ballance, R-Hamilton
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A rebound in Montana’s state tax revenue could lead to undoing $46 million in state budget cuts later this year, a legislative report says – although lawmakers Monday said the final budget picture won’t be clear until next month. 

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Boy's wish to join law enforcement granted in Helena

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An 11-year-old boy's wish to become a police officer came true on Friday.

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Man who fell into Yellowstone River near Reed Point identified, has not been found

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The Stillwater County Sheriff's Office has released the name of the man who they believe fell into the Yellowstone River over the weekend. 

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New details emerge in attack of Special Olympics fixture in Missoula

Paul Ekstedt is accused of assaulting Gary Fuller on June 14 Paul Ekstedt is accused of assaulting Gary Fuller on June 14
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Paul Ekstedt, 27, is accused of assaulting Special Olympian Gary Fuller on June 14th.

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Moderate To Heavy Rain To Continue Through Tuesday

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The current weather pattern is stalled over the central and northern Rockies with the greatest impacts across Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.  A stalled upper level Low will continue to wrap bands of moisture around and some moderate to heavy rainfall is possible at times for the remainder of Monday afternoon through Tuesday afternoon.  Because of the continued chances of moderate to heavy rainfall there is a "FLOOD WATCH" up across SW Montana mostly east of the ... More>>

New sighting of plant that causes blindness and burns

Giant hogweed, an invasive plant that can cause third-degree burns and even permanent blindness, has been found in Virginia and other states. / VT MASSEY HERBARIUM Giant hogweed, an invasive plant that can cause third-degree burns and even permanent blindness, has been found in Virginia and other states. / VT MASSEY HERBARIUM
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Giant hogweed, an invasive plant that can cause third-degree burns and blindness, has been spotted in more than 10 states

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President Trump: "The U.S. will not be a migrant camp"

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During a meeting with the National Space Council at the White House on Monday, President Trump once again placed blame on Democrats for the country's immigration problems. 

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Creating Delicious Dinosaurs | La Chatelaine Bonus | Under the Big Sky

Chocolate dinosaur eggs crafted by La Chatelaine Chocolat Co. in Bozeman. Chocolate dinosaur eggs crafted by La Chatelaine Chocolat Co. in Bozeman.
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In our third Under the Big Sky bonus video, Wlady and Shannon Grochowski share their passion for creativity and playfulness at the heart of their chocolate creations including some delicious dinosaur themed chocolates.  La Châtelaine Chocolat is an artisan chocolaterie. A Frenchman and his American wife created La Châtelaine after longing for the delectable chocolates from childhood.  Wlady and Shannon Grochowski started La Chatelaine in Bozeman, Monta...

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Sen. Tester goes solo on debate date before broadcasters in Whitefish

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In a wide-ranging public interview Sunday that substituted for a canceled debate, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester laid out his views on health care, energy, border security and gun violence – and jabbed Republican challenger Matt Rosendale for not attending. 

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DNA results show mysterious Montana canine is a wolf

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DNA from the animal, which was shot legally by a rancher near Denton on May 16, was tested at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service forensic laboratory in Ashland, Ore. 

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Butte Coroner and judge candidate arrested for DUI

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BUTTE –  Butte-Silver Bow’s coroner and justice of the peace candidate was arrested this weekend on suspicion of driving under the influence. 

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'We will not apologize': Trump DHS chief defends immigration policy

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Washington (CNN) - Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen defended the Trump administration's highly scrutinized immigration policy Monday while at the same time called on Congress to change the law. 

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President Trump to hold rally in North Dakota

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President Donald Trump will hold a rally in Fargo, N.D. on June 27.

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Montana Ag Network: 4-H camp teaches team building and leadership skills

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4-H is a nationwide organization that teaches kids important skills to guide them in the future.

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Border crossing debate: 2K children separated from parents

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The Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy toward illegal border crossings has ignited debate around the country. More>>

Man drowns while rafting Rock Creek

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Authorities have recovered the body of a man who was reported missing after a Sunday afternoon rafting accident.

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Woman killed, man arrested after hit-and-run in Missoula

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A 22-year-old woman died in Missoula after a hit-and-run.

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Soldier surprises girlfriend with homecoming, then drops to one knee for an even bigger surprise

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She was invited by the Greensboro Grasshoppers to be a "honorary manager" for the day hen she got on the field, something surprising happened. 

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Rain chances continue into next week

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More rain is expected for the work week. The above on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Meteorologist Carson Vickroy will walk you through the forecast hour by hour for next 24 hours so you can have an idea of what the start of your week will look like. City by City Forecast: BOZEMAN: LOW: 49°; HIGH MONDAY: 60°. A few showers possible tonight and tomorrow morning. More widespread rain is expected by tomorrow afternoon. Chance of Precipitation: 70% B...

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One dead after crash near McLeod

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One person is dead after crashing their vehicle into the Boulder River near McLeod on Friday afternoon. Montana Highway Patrol responded to the call on the main Boulder Road just before five o'clock on Friday. 

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Belt Rodeo goes on rain or shine

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As people were setting up for the competition on Saturday, rain steadily came down.

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Big Sky Pride celebrated in Helena

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Saturday morning brought stormy weather in Helena, but that wasn’t enough to keep people from celebrating Big Sky Pride.

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Kilauea volcano destroys 467 Hawaiian homes, officials say

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(CNN) - Lava from the Kilauea volcano, which erupted more than a month ago, now covers 5,914 acres or 9.24 square miles, the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency said Saturday. 

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DHS: 2,000 children separated from parents at border

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Washington (CNN) - The US government has separated at least 2,000 children from parents at the border since implementing a policy that results in such family separations, the Department of Homeland Security confirmed Friday. 

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97-year-old Air Force veteran gets back in the cockpit

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The Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation was at the Capital City Airport giving veterans the chance to fly again.

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Motorcyclist killed in Billings crash

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A 30-year-old man died last night after crashing his motorcycle at the roundabout on Shiloh and Central.

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Celebrating the Yellowstone River at Livingston BBQ

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LIVINGSTON- On Saturday, Sweetwater Fly Shop held its inaugural Protect Paradise Bash and BBQ at the Livingston Civic Center to protect Montana waters, watersheds, and fisheries. 

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Kalispell man killed in single vehicle crash on US-93

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A 41-year-old Kalispell man is dead after a single vehicle crash on US-93.

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Severe thunderstorm, quarter size hail located near Joliet

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A severe thunderstorm was located near Joliet, or 19 miles southeast of Columbus, moving southeast at 20 mph with quarter size hail.

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FDA expands Salmonella-melon warning to more than 20 states

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The count of states where pre-cut melon tied to a rash of Salmonella infections has more than doubled in a matter of days.

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Man charged with felony sex assault of 15-year-old girl in Missoula

40-year-old Joshua Dylan Jackson appeared on charges of felony sexual assault and criminal distribution of dangerous drugs on Friday in Missoula County Justice Court. 40-year-old Joshua Dylan Jackson appeared on charges of felony sexual assault and criminal distribution of dangerous drugs on Friday in Missoula County Justice Court.
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A 40-year-old man is charged with felony sexual assault and criminal distribution of dangerous drugs to a 15-year-old girl.

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Rain possible for Father's Day

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Some on and off rain showers are expected for your Father’s Day. The above on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Meteorologist Carson Vickroy will walk you through the forecast hour by hour for next 24 hours so you can have an idea of what the rest of your weekend and Father’s Day will look like. City by City Forecast: BOZEMAN: LOW: 46°; HIGH SUNDAY: 58°. A few showers are possible this evening. A few storms may produce some locally heavy r... More>>

84-year-old hiker rescued from M after fall

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An 84-year-old man who fell while hiking on Friday was rescued from the M trail in Bozeman.

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Belgrade man arrested on suspicion of armed robbery

Law enforcement searching area after armed robbery reported on June 14, 2018 near the Bridger Peaks shopping center. (MTN News photo) Law enforcement searching area after armed robbery reported on June 14, 2018 near the Bridger Peaks shopping center. (MTN News photo)
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A Belgrade man is behind bars after being arrested in connection with an armed robbery in Bozeman on Thursday. 

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Body of missing boater found in Clark Fork River

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Searchers say they've found the body of a 70-year old man who vanished on the Upper Clark Fork River when his boat overturned a week ago. 

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Giuliani: Trump 'is not going to pardon anybody in this investigation' -- yet

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Washington (CNN) - President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani suggested on Friday that President Donald Trump will not pardon anyone involved in the Russia investigation while the probe is ongoing, but emphasized that the President will not "give up his right to pardon" either. 

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MSU announces new director for Museum of the Rockies

Christopher Dobbs, new executive director of the Museum of the Rockies. Photo courtesy of Christopher Dobbs. Christopher Dobbs, new executive director of the Museum of the Rockies. Photo courtesy of Christopher Dobbs.
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BOZEMAN – Montana State University has hired Christopher Dobbs to serve as the next executive director of the Museum of the Rockies. 

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Neptune Aviation is ready for Montana's fire season

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Neptune tankers have already been getting a lot of flight time this spring.

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Man charged with assaulting Special Olympian with a baseball bat in Missoula

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Muller is reported to be in critical condition.

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Woman, toddler injured when ATV hits house in Billings Heights

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BILLINGS - Two people were taken to a local hospital after they drove an all-terrain vehicle into a house in Billings Friday night. 

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What does the Bible verse Jeff Sessions quoted really mean?

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(CNN) - It's been called one of the most important and most misunderstood passages in the Bible: Romans 13:1-7. "The most historically influential paragraph Paul ever wrote," in the words of one scholar. 

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Rescued pit bulls looking for a home in Western Montana

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Eight pit bulls involved in extreme animal cruelty cases have found a temporary home at the Humane Society of Western Montana. 

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Neighbors say they worry about noise at Missoula County cryptocurrency mine

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For over a year the massive bitcoin mine in Bonner has been the subject of controversy.

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Big Sky Pride in Helena this weekend

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The parade, perhaps the biggest attraction of pride weekend, starts at 11 a.m. in Helena and goes until noon.

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Beartooth Pass closed at Vista Point in Montana

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The Beartooth Pass was closed at Vista Point on Friday afternoon because of heavy snowfall in the area.

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Salmonella outbreak in 31 states is linked to Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal, CDC says

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(CNN) - A salmonella outbreak that has caused illness in 73 people across 31 states is linked to Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. 

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Girls State participants learn about Montana government

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Delegates say they’ve already taken a lot from their first few days at Girls State.

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5 safe, reliable used cars for under $20,000

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Parents and grandparents looking for a car for the recent graduate in the family want something safe, reliable -- and, of course, affordable.

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2 people fall 34 feet after roller coaster derails in Florida

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Two riders fell 34 feet to the ground when a roller coaster derailed in Florida, according to the Daytona Beach Fire Department on Twitter. 

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Montana wildfire outlook

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At an annual wildfire briefing in Helena on Thursday, Governor Steve Bullock received updates from state agencies and forecasters about what lies ahead for fire season.

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Broadwater County residents raise concerns about tire recycling facility proposal

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John Willoughby said he started organizing neighbors opposed to the plan about six weeks ago.
 

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Paul Manafort heading to jail, pending trial

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Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is heading to jail pending his trial, a federal judge decided Friday.

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Missing Helena girl found safe

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The Helena Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a 5-year-old girl named Lyric Franklin. 

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China: 'The US has launched a trade war'

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London (CNNMoney) - The world's two biggest economies are now at war over trade. China accused the United States of firing the first shot on Friday when the White House confirmed that it would impose tariffs of 25% on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods. 

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Charlo man accused of leading deputies on pursuit through alfalfa field

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A Charlo man is in custody after being accused of threatening two females with a machete-type knife and leading Lake County deputies on two pursuits in one week.

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Bozeman shooting suspect appears in court with alleged accomplice

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A Bozeman man accused of shooting another man in the leg as he slept appeared in court on Thursday, along with a second Bozeman man who allegedly helped him flee to Idaho.

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Investigation continues into Bozeman armed robbery

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A large law enforcement presence is searching for a robbery suspect who allegedly exited the back of an unnamed store at the Bridger Peaks Shopping Center brandishing a handgun.

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Missing/Endangered Person Advisory issued for Helena girl

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The Helena Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a 5-year-old girl named Lyric Franklin. 

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Albert Einstein's travel diaries from 1920s reveal racist views, "unpleasant" comments

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Albert Einstein's travel diaries from the early 1920s include racist and xenophobic remarks, according to multiple reports. 

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Body of missing hunter from Bozeman recovered near Selway River

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The body of a second man who vanished into the Selway River while on a bear hunting trip last month has been recovered. 

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Charlo man accused of leading deputies on pursuit through alfalfa field

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A Charlo man is in custody after being accused of threatening two females with a machete-type knife and leading Lake County deputies on two pursuits in one week.

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Montana Invasive Species Council hosts tribal issue forum

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Participants discussed emerging species and species of concern across the state.

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Watch out for credit-card "skimmers"

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Lockerby said criminals usually place skimmers in places that aren’t consistently monitored.

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Film company started by MSU seniors sees international growth

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Omar Parker and Charlie Burt have been providing services to filmmakers since they established Egerton Crescent Productions in 2016.

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"Obamacare" policies for 2019 in Montana: Likely not a lot of change

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The three companies filed their proposed rates for 2019 marketplace policies on Thursday, with the state auditor's office.

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Judge orders assets of Billings mansion developer frozen in fraud case

The mansion in the Ironwood subdivision in Billings. MTN News. The mansion in the Ironwood subdivision in Billings. MTN News.
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BILLINGS - A federal judge in Virginia has ordered the freezing of all assets of the developer of Billings' largest mansion on the grounds that he defrauded multiple investors to the tune of $17.7 million. 

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Missoula icon "dancing man" dies

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The Missoula Downtown Association reports on their Facebook page that 77-year-old Ronald Kephart had a medical incident at the weekly summer event Out to Lunch in Missoula's Caras Park on Wednesday.

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Yosemite grove of giant sequoia trees reopens to public after $40M restoration

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Some of the trees in Yosemite National Park's Mariposa Grove have been growing for close to 2,000 years – some of the oldest living things on earth. But after decades of visitors and their cars, the grove of more than 500 sequoias was in danger of being loved to death.

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ZooMontana otter pup dies

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One of the four baby otters at ZooMontana has died. Zoo officials made the announcement Thursday in a Facebook post:  

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Four cars hit by gunfire near Sea-Tac Airport

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Police are asking the public for help as they try to find the shooter who opened fire and hit four vehicles driving on State Route 509 near Sea-Tac Airport. 

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DOJ Inspector General report on handling of Clinton email probe released

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The long-awaited Department of Justice Inspector General report on the handling of the Clinton email investigation by the Justice Department and FBI has been released. 

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Patriots Tour stops in Belgrade to raise money for veterans

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An American flag riding across the nation by motorcycle for veterans had a pit stop in Belgrade Wednesday. It’s part of the Patriots Tour, an annual event that starts on Memorial Day and ends once every Continental State is visited. 

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How much is that doggie in the window? Search for a new puppy ends in scam

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She was looking to buy a new puppy but instead is out hundreds of dollars.

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New York attorney general sues Trump Foundation

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The New York attorney general on Thursday sued President Donald Trump's charitable foundation along with its directors -- the President, his sons Eric and Donald Jr. and daughter Ivanka, alleging they violated state and federal charities law.

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Planning process for World Museum of Mining new building kicks off

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BUTTE - Plans on a design for a new building for Butte's mining museum are underway. 

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Montana Ag Network: Senate farm bill includes key programs for Montana farmers

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On Wednesday, the Senate Agriculture Committee approved its farm bill on a near-unanimous vote, sending the bill to the Senate floor for a debate by the end of the month.

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Tester plays bipartisan role in major bills – but gets snubbed by Trump

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont. U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont.
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Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, in the throes of a re-election battle, has made working with President Trump part of his campaign pitch – and played a central role in two of the bigger bipartisan bills to pass Congress this spring. But when it the president signed the banking-reform and veterans’ health-care bills, Trump didn't invite Tester to the ceremonies.

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This Week in Fish and Wildlife: Conservation efforts for cutthroat trout in the upper Yellowstone

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Chet joins Montana Fish and Wildlife's Carol Endicott to discuss the work being done for the Yellowstone Cutthroat trout population.

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning

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Top stories from today's Montana this Morning, Thursday, June 14, 2018 - latest local news and headlines from across the world.

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Body of missing hunter pulled from the Selway River

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The body of one of the four missing bear hunters who vanished into the flood swollen Selway River last month has been recovered and identified. 

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Firefighters continue battle with fire at commercial building in Billings

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BILLINGS - Firefighters are engaged with a fire in a commercial building at 510 Moore Lane on Billings West End. Smoke is pouring from the ceiling of Lynnrich Seamless Siding.

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Great Falls man accused of embezzling from Burger King

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The general manager told officers she had noticed an increase in deleted orders over the past few weeks.
 

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Grizzly dies after eating insecticide near Carter

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The bear died within hours of ingesting several different kinds of insecticide.
 

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Belgrade family devastated after pet goats attacked by neighbor's wolfdogs

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The three surviving Alpine goats are currently recovering from surgery. The lone Nubian goat, Little Itty Bitty, died from her wounds on Monday night.

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Miner’s Union Day honored in Butte, Saturday celebration planned

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The museum's Miner’s Union Day celebration is set for Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is free.

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New Yellowstone National Park superintendent selected

Cameron Sholly (left) has been appointed as the new superindent of Yellowstone National Park. (Photo: U.S. Department of the Interior) Cameron Sholly (left) has been appointed as the new superindent of Yellowstone National Park. (Photo: U.S. Department of the Interior)
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A new superintendent has been named at Yellowstone National Park. 

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Summer camp teaches teens cybersecurity

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The department head for computer technology at the college said this type of camp is rewarding for the teens.
 

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DPHHS marks anniversary of statewide diabetes prevention program

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DPP aims at those with a high risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

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St. Ignatius school board discusses meth contaminant cleanup

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The District is attempting to hold Johnson Transportation responsible for the cost of cleaning any meth contamination found in the school bus facility.

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Ray identified as victim of Great Falls murder-suicide

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The GFPD says that the initial investigation indicates that Willey shot Ray, and then himself.

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Montana State Fair: performers, dates, and prices

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Headliners include Seether, The Temptations, and Brothers Osborne

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Montana Shakespeare in the Park takes the stage for 2018 season

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BOZEMAN - Tonight kicks off the opening performance of the 2018 summer season of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks.  

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Whitehall man pleads guilty to elder fraud scheme

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A Whitehall man will spend 3 years behind bars after pleading guilty to defrauding thousands of elderly victims. 

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Donors help more kids take summer swim at Ridge Waters

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With Butte’s new outdoor pool opening later this month, area residents and businesses have already started contributing to help needy kids get a chance to enjoy the pool.

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Great Falls murder victim and killer identified

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It happened at about 3:30 a.m. on Saturday at a home on the 700 block of 20th Street North.

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