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Montana health insurers can file new rates, to account for subsidy cutoff

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Two Montana health insurers will be allowed to adjust their 2018 rates on individual policies, to account for the Trump administration’s decision last week to end multimillion subsidies for many of those policies, Montana state Auditor Matt Rosendale announced Monday. 

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Montana AG: Meet Gilbert the Badger

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Ranches are often home to a wide variety of animals, including cows, horses, sheep and of course pets like cats and dogs. But for one Montana ranch family, they have a pet that’s truly one of a kind. 

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Video Extra: Bison at Yellowstone National Park

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In case you missed it, CBS Sunday Morning closed its program with this great video of bison in Yellowstone National Park.  

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11th Street Triangle restoration project angers area residents

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A Butte agency calls the patch of ground a restoration project. Some residents in the area just call it ugly.

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Butte teen's storm drain marker project gets help from Gov. Bullock

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A Butte teen had some help from the governor Thursday on her project to mark all the storm drains in the Mining City.

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FWP investigating two poaching incidents

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At least eight deer were found, including one fawn still barely alive, that were shot with a shotgun.

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FBI says fake kidnapping calls are on the rise

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"He told me if I dropped this call, that he was gonna kill my son," Don Ferguson said.

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Senator urges action after explosive "60 Minutes" opioid report

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. Joe Manchin, D-West Virginia, is calling for action to combat the U.S. opioid epidemic in response to a joint investigation by "60 Minutes" and The Washington Post that said Congress helped disarm the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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Trial begins for eastern Montana man accused of downloading child porn

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BILLINGS -- Trial got underway Monday in U.S. District Court in Billings for a northeastern Montana man accused of downloading hundreds of images of child pornography. 

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Chief deputy U.S. marshal engaged in sexual activity on government property, report finds

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A chief deputy U.S. marshal was caught "engaging in sexual activity with numerous different women within government space," according to findings from a Justice Department inspector general investigation published Monday.

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Montana Arby's to offer elk, venison sandwiches

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An Arby's restaurant in Billings is one of three across the country that will offer a new elk sandwich. 

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Google Photos can now identify your pets

A new Google Photos feature can recognize pets by their faces and organize their photos. Q2 News photo. A new Google Photos feature can recognize pets by their faces and organize their photos. Q2 News photo.
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Your furry friends are finally getting acknowledgment that they're not just an important part of the family -- they're also an essential part of your photo library.

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Man stopped in Billings with 80 lbs of marijuana

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A man who was investigated in 2016 for allegedly distributing 113 pounds of marijuana was charged Monday with possessing 80 pounds of marijuana when he was stopped in Billings on Thursday. 

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California fires victim dies in husband's arms after jumping in pool to avoid flames

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A Southern California woman died in the arms of her husband of 55 years as the Tubbs Fire in Northern California raged around them.

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Firefighters make progress as Californians return to charred homes

Joseph Pader watches his neighbor's home burn after fires in Napa, Calif. photo by Joseph Pader. courtesy of CNN. Joseph Pader watches his neighbor's home burn after fires in Napa, Calif. photo by Joseph Pader. courtesy of CNN.
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SANTA ROSA, CALIF. - The 11,000 firefighters battling "one of the greatest tragedies" to ever strike California are starting to gain the upper hand. 

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Hardin woman responsible for girl's death no longer classified a violent offender

Old Bull was sentenced in 2016 to 20 years in prison (MTN News) Old Bull was sentenced in 2016 to 20 years in prison (MTN News)
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The Hardin woman who was implicated for the death of a 6-year-old girl in 2015 will not have to register as a violent offender, the Montana Supreme Court recently ruled. 

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Strong Surface Winds Likely Tuesday

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Strong statewide surface winds are likely Tuesday into Wednesday. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Surface winds t o increase sharply in the afternoon & evening Tuesday WSW winds sustained 15 to 30 mph and gusts to or over 40 mph Wind prone areas could see gusts over 50 mph: Whitehall, Livingston, Norris  Hill, Warm Springs Crosswinds will create hazardous travel for high profile vehicles Watch the above on demand STORMTracker video forecast as Chief Meteorologist Mike He...

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Preschooler vision problems: What parents should be looking for (VIDEO)

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A recent study shows tens of thousands of preschoolers are struggling with untreated vision problems. Here are a few signs parents should be looking for. More>>

President Trump says he's looking 'very, very strongly' at welfare reform

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President Donald Trump said Monday his administration will start to consider reforming the welfare system in the United States, saying that some people are "taking advantage of the system." The comment comes as the Trump administration struggles to get any sweeping legislation through Congress, despite Republicans controlling both the House and Senate. Trump failed to pass health care reform earlier this year and is currently working -- without much success so far -- to pas...

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Trump undercuts "Obamacare" market in Montana; one insurer may consider exit

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The decision increases costs for the three health insurers providing individual polices to 66,000 people in Montana.

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Man rescued after fall near Gallatin River

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A 76-year-old man who fell from a steep slope above the Gallatin River was rescued Sunday evening. 

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Doctors say October is time for flu shots

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The push is on for people to get their flu shots sooner rather than later.

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Colorado DA says Former coach in "forced splits" case won't face charges

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The district attorney in Denver announced Saturday she will not file charges against a former gym coach who came under scrutiny after cheerleaders were seen on video being forced into doing painful splits during practice.

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Bismarck police officer shoots suspect during attack

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Bismarck police said an officer was attacked Sunday morning. 

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The future of farming may be below the soil

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Think of urban farming and the images that may come to mind are community garden, vertical greenhouse or even a rooftop garden.  

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Oil rig explosion in Louisiana lake leaves multiple people injured

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A Louisiana police department says an oil rig exploded in Lake Pontchartrain in St. Charles Parish on Sunday. See raw footage of the incident as captured by Roger Fernandez.

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Monday, Oct. 16, 2017 - latest local news and headlines from across the world. More>>

Colin Kaepernick files grievance, says NFL owners 'punished' him for protesting

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The grievance was filed on Sunday under the league's Collective Bargaining Agreement, according to a statement from Mark Geragos, Kaepernick's attorney. 

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#MeToo: Twitter flooded with personal stories of assault

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Two simple words became a rallying cry on Twitter to stand against sexual harassment and assault.

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Calendar to celebrate local classic cars

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A local calendar featuring local models and local cars, in memory of a Billings car enthusiast. The photo shoot came together Sunday.

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2-year-old denied kidney transplant because father violated probation

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Burgess, who only weighs 25 pounds at age 2, spent 10 months in a neonatal intensive care unit.

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Californians return home after wildfires to find nothing left to sift through

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While firefighters continue to battle the fires in Northern California, a number of evacuees are being allowed to head home. Some of them are discovering they've lost everything.

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Crews respond to fire along I-15

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Multiple fire crews responded to a grass fire between the Ulm Frontage Road and Interstate 15.  

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Student-athletes excited for new UM Champion Center

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The Washington Grizzlies Champion Center at the University of Montana is now open and student-athletes have been taking tours of the new facility. 

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Farm in the Dell Rocky Mountain Front hosts Pheasant Fest fundraiser

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The facility will feature a home for six individuals as well as a greenhouse and mechanic shop.

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Bozeman City Commission to oppose Locker Room Privacy Act

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Started by the Montana Family Foundation, Initiative 183 would prevent people from using bathrooms or locker rooms not designated for their biological sex.

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1 killed in rollover crash near Billings

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One man died in a rollover crash on Interstate 94, just outside Billings Saturday night. 

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Fall Family Fest draws thousands to state park in Great Falls

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Activities included a hay ride, arts and crafts, an obstacle course, and face painting.

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Will Congress pass tax reform? "If we don't we're dead," says Sen. Graham

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Senator Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, said Sunday that if the GOP doesn't act on tax reform, just one item on Congress' agenda, "we're dead."

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Whitefish man stepping up to help those in need

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Matthew Barela, who works as a cook at two restaurants, says his father was outside the Mandalay Bay Hotel when the shooting occurred.

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Sen. Tester discusses US Farm Bill in Missoula

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U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) has been traveling across the state hearing from Montanans about their needs.

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FWP steps up search for Chronic Wasting Disease in Montana

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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is stepping up its search in certain areas across Montana, looking for Chronic Wasting Disease in deer, elk, and moose.

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Two small earthquakes rattle near Lincoln

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A 3.9 magnitude earthquake and a 3.4 magnitude earthquake hit near Lincoln within about 45 minutes of each other on Saturday. 

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Denver teacher sues President Trump over new contraceptives rules

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A school teacher in Denver is suing President Trump and members of his cabinet over contraceptives.

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Harvey Weinstein ousted by Movie Academy

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In the latest and perhaps most symbolic blow to the Hollywood mogul the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences board voted on Saturday to strip Weinstein's membership.

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Russian cargo ship blasts off, heads for space station

A Russian Progress supply ship loaded with 2.9 tons of equipment and supplies blasted off from Kazakhstan Saturday, on course for docking with the International Space Station early Monday. (NASA/ROSCOSMOS) A Russian Progress supply ship loaded with 2.9 tons of equipment and supplies blasted off from Kazakhstan Saturday, on course for docking with the International Space Station early Monday. (NASA/ROSCOSMOS)
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A Russian Progress cargo ship blasted off from Kazakhstan Saturday and set off after the International Space Station (ISS) to deliver 2.9 tons of propellant, water and crew supplies.

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32 years of policing leaves retired Missoula officer with memories, good and bad

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“It has been an experience watching how Missoula has grown over all those years," Mark Horner said.

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Hyalite Firefighters serve up food and fun at annual pancake breakfast

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The Hyalite Firefighters pancake breakfast dates back more than 40 years.

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Volunteers pick up trash along Gallatin River

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A national effort, called American Rivers is aiming to clean up rivers across the country. 

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Alpacas of Montana hosts 10th annual open house

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Folks have traveled from around the state and bordering states for a chance to feed, pet and interact with some of Montana's alpacas.

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FWP - The Outside: Grizzly Bears (video)

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FWP has been busy lately managing grizzly bears. Here’s an inside look at what they deal with on a regular basis. 

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Former judge Russell Fagg officially announces run for Senate

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Former Yellowstone County Judge Russell Fagg officially announced his run for Senate on Saturday. 

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Giant hole reopens in Antarctic ice for the first time in 40 years

Sea ice and clouds blanket the Weddell Sea around Antarctica in this satellite image from September 25, 2017. The dark area marked by the star is the polynya. (UNIVERSITY OF BREMEN) Sea ice and clouds blanket the Weddell Sea around Antarctica in this satellite image from September 25, 2017. The dark area marked by the star is the polynya. (UNIVERSITY OF BREMEN)
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A giant hole almost the size of the state of Maine has opened up in Antartica's winter sea ice cover, leaving scientists with a handful of unanswered questions.

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Kalispell woman fundraises for more access to breast cancer screening technology

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One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime.

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Intel leaders urge Congress to reauthorize NSA surveillance program

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The Section 702 program allows intelligence agencies to legally monitor emails and phone calls of foreign nationals.

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Warm Springs Productions named one of best workplaces in western MT

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Warm Springs Productions currently has over 125 employees in Missoula and Manhattan.

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Carroll knows what to expect in their rematch with Montana Tech

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Carroll College will have its hands more than full Saturday when the Saints welcome in the 11th-ranked team in the country in Montana Tech.

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50 train cars derail near Williston, ND

An overhead shot of a train derailment near Williston, N.D. courtesy of KX News. An overhead shot of a train derailment near Williston, N.D. courtesy of KX News.
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Nearly 50 train cars derailed Friday near Williston, N.D.

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Drummond schools under fire for lack of trophy display

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There are years worth of accomplishments hanging on the walls and in cases, but it's the ones you won't see in the newly renovated gym that are raising questions.

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Young Ag Leadership Conference kicks off in Helena

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The conference is for members of the agriculture community who are 40 years or younger. 

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Washington Post: Corker says Trump can't 'castrate' Tillerson

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Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., told The Washington Post in an interview posted Friday that President Donald Trump's public statements on foreign policy "castrate" his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson -- creating "binary" scenarios for the United States on the world stage.

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Libby man sentenced to life in prison for killing girlfriend

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A Libby man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for murdering his girlfriend.

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Las Vegas police change timeline of mass shooting, again

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Las Vegas authorities have revised the timeline of the mass shooting.

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Chief Mountain Hotshots leave for California to fight fires

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The experienced 20-member fire crew will help cut fire lines and shore up existing lines in order to help prevent the spread of the fires.

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California fires: Almost 6,000 buildings destroyed, 36 people killed

Fire Station 5 in Santa Rosa, California, burned down Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. photo by Nancy Gallagher Cortesi. courtesy of CNN. Fire Station 5 in Santa Rosa, California, burned down Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. photo by Nancy Gallagher Cortesi. courtesy of CNN.
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Reinforcements from other regions are helping firefighters contain more of the largest wildfires devastating Northern California, though strong winds expected over the weekend could challenge those gains, a fire chief said Friday.

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2 dogs shot in dispute between neighbors north of Helena

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Authorities say that when the neighbor found the dogs on his property on Friday morning, he shot them.

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Elderly driver crashes on MSU campus, no one injured

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An elderly man became lost and drove onto campus at Montana State University on Friday.

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Felony charges for 3 suspects in Bozeman robbery

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Three men appeared in Gallatin County Justice Court Friday morning on charges of felony robbery.

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Social Security checks to get 2 percent bigger next year

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The government announced a 2% increase to Social Security benefits Friday morning.

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Temporary road closures in Yellowstone National Park

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The YNP Public Affairs Office has announced temporary road closures in the park.

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Montana Spotlight: Purse Strings luncheon and auction set for Oct. 14

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BUTTE - Nikki Petersen, Tonya Geraghty and Cathrine Beaunae join John to promote the Oct. 14 Purse Strings luncheon and auction that kicks off at 9:30 a.m. at the MT Tech Hyper Complex. Proceeds will help victims of domestic abuse through Safe Space. Tickets and reservations can be made in advance at (406) 496-4720. More>>

Montana Spotlight: Volunteers needed for harvest and compost projects

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BUTTE - Olivia Everett joins John to promote the volunteer event Sat. Oct. 14 from 11-3 p.m. at the Imagine Butte Resource Center (IBRC) at 68 W. Park. Volunteers are needed to help harvest and compost the IBRC garden project. The garden remains will be used for a papermaking workshop and for a composting project. To get involved, call (406) 299-3389. More>>

Montana Spotlight: Community Concert set for Oct. 17

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BUTTE - Michele Robinson joins John to promote the first of 5 Community Concerts, set for Oct. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mother Lode Theater. Derik Nelson and family will perform. Derik has been on the television show Glee. Call the Mother Lode Theater for tickets at (406) 723-3602. More>>

Does "supervolcano" under Yellowstone National Park have planet-killing potential?

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With so much talk lately about asteroids and biblical doomsday predictions, scientists are saying that people worried about the end of the world shouldn't be looking to the sky: they should be looking down at the ground.

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‘Off-the-shelf wetlands’ firm in Shepherd poised for worldwide growth

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Since founding Floating Island International 12 years ago, Bruce Kania has achieved a lot of milestones. More than 7,000 of his man-made islands — he likes to call them “off-the-shelf wetlands” — have been sold around the world.

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Asteroid that just buzzed Earth may not miss on future visit

This animation depicts the flyby of asteroid 2012 TC4 as it passes by Earth. (NASA/JPL-CALTECH) This animation depicts the flyby of asteroid 2012 TC4 as it passes by Earth. (NASA/JPL-CALTECH)
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The house-sized asteroid that just passed by Earth, almost as close as many satellites in orbit, will be back.

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MSU professor carries on father's solar research during recent eclipse

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For Montana State University Professor Joseph Shaw and his father Glenn Shaw, this year's solar eclipse was a research opportunity long in the making.

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Jason Aldean resumes tour after Las Vegas tragedy

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Jason Aldean returned to the stage for the first time since his performance abruptly ended when a gunman began firing on crowds October 1 at the Route 91 Harvest festival in Vegas, killing at least 58 people and injuring hundreds more.

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Recovery effort begins in Northern California after deadly wildfires scorch region

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The devastating wildfires raging across California are now the deadliest in the state's history. Thirty-one people are confirmed dead and 400 people are reported missing in Sonoma County alone, but officials believe some of those could be due to communication issues. 

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Cause determined for blaze that destroyed vacant Big Timber high school

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The fire that destroyed the old high school in Big Timber was caused by humans, but authorities did not say how the fire started. 

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Can the company Harvey Weinstein founded survive his scandal?

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Can the Weinstein Co. survive in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal? Right now it's an open question, even among the 200-odd staffers at the company. 

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State Rep Woods to run against Gianforte in 2018

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Democratic State Representative Tom Woods announced Thursday he will challenge Congressman Greg Gianforte for Montana’s Congressional seat.

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New details in fatal Madison Range avalanche

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A more detailed report was released Thursday on the fatal avalanche last Saturday in the southern Madison Range.

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Bozeman PD confirms arrest of 3 robbery suspects

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The three suspects wanted in a robbery earlier this week were arrested Thursday afternoon, according to the Bozeman Police Department.

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White nationalist group's posters removed from MSU campus

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The posters, which have been removed from the Montana State campus, read 'Our Generation, Our Future, Our Last Chance.'

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Gov. Bullock joins students in Butte to sample school breakfast program

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Governor Steve Bullock visited a school in Butte this week to learn about a federal program that has children eat breakfast during their first class.

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U.S. House Dem candidate Heenan plays up role as people’s legal advocate

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Attorney John Heenan of Billings says he’s made a career out of representing the little guy against big banks, insurers and other corporate bad actors – and now he wants to do the same for all of Montana. 

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NorthWestern Energy to spend more than $2 million to restore power in Northern Montana after storm

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NorthWestern Energy expects to spend more than $2 million to repair down lines and poles and restore power to nearly 10,000 Hi-Line customers hit by a major snowstorm early this month, the utility announced Thursday.

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Gianforte to host tele-town hall Thursday

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Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte will host a public tele-town hall Thursday night at 6:05 p.m.

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Montana Wildfire Relief Fund passes $450,000

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As of Thursday, October 12th, 1,322 people across the state and across the country have donated to the cause.

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What we still don't know about the Las Vegas shooting

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The gunman's motive, the timeline of the shooting and why he stopped shooting are among the wealth of unanswered questions that persist after the Las Vegas music festival massacre. 

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Man stabbed in the heart walks 5 blocks to hospital with knife still in chest

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A New York man was stabbed in the heart and managed to walk to the hospital with the blade still in his chest. 

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Drone footage from Santa Rosa fires

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Fire officials say there wasn't much time to warn people as deadly wildfires consumed parts of California's Wine Country.   Aerial footage captured on Tuesday, October 10th, shows damage in Santa Rosa, California. More>>

Kid-only hunting season starts soon

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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks' Andrea Jones joins Chet to talk about the special opportunity for young hunters to participate in a special hunting season starting Thursday and Friday, Oct. 19, 20. Hunters must be accompanied by a licensed hunter. Jones also talks about the challenges of wildlife when they enter urban areas.  

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Trump signs health care executive order

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After multiple failed Republican attempts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, President Trump is resorting to his pen to achieve some of his health care goals.

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Fraud Watch: Grandparent Scams

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When scammers aren’t thinking of new ways to get your money, they recycle or update an old scam. 

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Rosendale raises $410K for Senate race; endorsed by pro-Trump group

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State Auditor Matt Rosendale, one of a half-dozen Republicans vying for the U.S. Senate held by Democrat Jon Tester, said Wednesday he raised $410,000 in campaign funds during the first two months of his campaign. 

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Tribal and state leaders address suicide in Native communities

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Health leaders are hosting a meeting in Helena this week to discuss what can be done to address suicide in Montana’s Native 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, Oct. 12, 2017 - latest local news and headlines from across the world. More>>

Missing Washington elderly couple found dead in northwest Montana

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Lincoln County authorities are investigating after an elderly couple was found dead in a car near Troy. 

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  • One Class At A Time check presented to Dillon’s Parkview Elementary School

    One Class At A Time check presented to Dillon’s Parkview Elementary School

    Tuesday, October 10 2017 1:22 PM EDT2017-10-10 17:22:36 GMT

    DILLON - Parkview Elementary School teacher Bethany Venekamp accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 yesterday. The money will go toward funding purchases of musical equipment for the school. Montana Tech’s Amanda Banovinich and KXLF's John Emeigh presented the check. 

    DILLON - Parkview Elementary School teacher Bethany Venekamp accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 yesterday. The money will go toward funding purchases of musical equipment for the school. Montana Tech’s Amanda Banovinich and KXLF's John Emeigh presented the check. 

  • Parkview Elementary School School awarded One Class At A Time check

    Parkview Elementary School School awarded One Class At A Time check

    Tuesday, October 3 2017 2:29 PM EDT2017-10-03 18:29:41 GMT

    DILLON - Parkview Elementary School teacher Timmy Miles accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 yesterday. The money will go toward funding ear buds for the school. Montana Tech’s Amanda Badovinac and KXLF's John Emeigh presented the check. 

    DILLON - Parkview Elementary School teacher Timmy Miles accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 yesterday. The money will go toward funding ear buds for the school. Montana Tech’s Amanda Badovinac and KXLF's John Emeigh presented the check. 

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