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  • Wanted male climbs on roof of Domino's in Butte after high-speed chase

    Wanted male climbs on roof of Domino's in Butte after high-speed chase

    Saturday, November 17 2018 7:38 PM EST2018-11-18 00:38:33 GMT

    BUTTE- A man climbed on the roof of Dominos after leading Butte-Silver Bow Police on a high speed chase early Saturday evening. Around 4 p.m. Butte police attempted to pull over a white SUV they knew to be driven by a male wanted on a federal warrant said Butte Sheriff Ed Lester.

    BUTTE- A man climbed on the roof of Dominos after leading Butte-Silver Bow Police on a high speed chase early Saturday evening. Around 4 p.m. Butte police attempted to pull over a white SUV they knew to be driven by a male wanted on a federal warrant said Butte Sheriff Ed Lester.

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Structure fire in the Heights

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Billings Fire arrived to flames and smoke at 615 Samuel Court in the Heights.  Battalion Chief Kevin Johnson said Billings Police were the first to arrive on scene. An officer was able to close the front door of the apartment, initially containing the fire from other apartment complexes.

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Northern Plains Resource Council defends Montana way of life Video included

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The 47th Northern Plains Resource Council Meeting was held today at the Northern Hotel in Billings. The grassroots organization explored multiple topics including Colstrip's future, the Keystone Pipeline, and the future of clean energy in Montana. 

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Photographers get together for "Portraits for a Cause"

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A group of local photographers got together at the Post at the Billings Depot to take some "Portraits for a Cause." $45 dollar family portraits and $35 dollar head shots were available from 10 AM to 4 PM.

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Tattoo Parlor donates profits to the community Video included

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Rise Again Tattoo continues to show the Billings community that they're not your typical tattoo parlor.  "Our entire vision you know with this shop was to influence the people show them that tattoo is a community of love and that we can do positive things for the  community and be selfless you know," said Alex Carmel, owner of Rise Again Tattoo. 

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Pearl owned by Marie Antionette sells for over $36 million

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A pearl and diamond pendant owned by Marie Antoinette sold for a record $36,427,000.

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Cats Claw Back in 118 Brawl of the Wild

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After the much anticipated hype this week, the 118th Brawl of the Wild kicked off in Missoula at Washington Grizzly Stadium Saturday. Aside from being the biggest college rivalry game in the state, a potential playoff berth was on the line for both teams, who each held a record of 6-4 ahead of the game. But it was the home team who quickly made their presence known early in the game. On the opening drive, the Grizzlies marched down the field and capped off the impressive 73-yard marc...

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Judge orders CNN reporter's press credentials restored Video included

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A federal judge ruled Friday that the Trump administration must restore the press credentials stripped from CNN reporter Jim Acosta. Last week the White House revoked Acosta's "hard pass" after he had a contentious exchange with President Trump during a news conference. 

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West End Walmart evacuated due to bomb threat, found not credible, customers allowed back inside

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According to Sgt. Reid with the Billings Police Department, at around 7:30 p.m. Friday night an unknown caller contacted the West End Walmart via a phone call saying there was a bomb in the store.

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100-year-old fan to root for Griz in Brawl of the Wild

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The Griz-Cat rivalry game brings together fans of all ages scattered all over the globe. Perhaps, no Griz fan deserves more recognition than 100-year-old Gracie Schumacher of Polson.

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Makeshift grave found in Stillwater County is not connected to missing man

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While searching the area around the bridge at Reed Point where Brandon Fitch was last seen, his family came upon a makeshift grave they believed was large enough for a man. Unfortunately, they confirmed that the burial mound contains the remains of another family's pet dog, Digger.  

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Kids deliver letters to veterans Video included

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Veterans got a nice surprise today when 2nd graders came to deliver letters thanking the men and women who served in our U.S. Military.  Second graders from Billings Catholic School walked over to West Park Senior Living to hand deliver their letters to the veterans. 

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Montana Rescue Mission looking for volunteers Video included

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With the holiday season upon us, people are starting to think about volunteering some of their time to Billings homeless shelters, but Montana Rescue Mission needs your help year round.  

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The Firehouse Restaurant and Bakery adds a new "mom and pop" shop to downtown Video included

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Downtown's newest restaurant opened on Friday.  The Firehouse Restaurant and Bakery opened today off of 2nd avenue and North 24th street; and they were already busy making some of their new dishes. 

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Where to watch the Brawl of the Wild Cat-Griz game

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MISSOULA - Thousands of fans will be watching Saturday for the 118th Brawl of the Wild. The historic rivalry between the University of Montana Grizzlies and the Montana State University Bobcats takes place this year at Washington-Grizzly Stadium.  If you can't make it to the stadium...

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Miranda Fenner 20 years later Video included

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It's one of the most famous cold cases in Montana. 20 years ago today, Miranda Fenner was murdered while working at a video store in Laurel.  On November 15th, 1998, 18-year old Miranda Fenner was stabbed in the head and neck by an unidentified assailant.  

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Wyoming student faces 9 counts of attempted murder

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The 14-year-old junior high student who brought two handguns and ammunition to a Wyoming school and threatened to shoot another student and staff members faces nine counts of attempted first-degree murder. 

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Local business leaders become "Educator for a Day" Video included

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Community members had a chance to spend some time walking in the shoes of billings public school principals this morning.  "Educator for a Day" gave business leaders in the community a chance to learn more about public schools. 

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UPDATE: 3 suspects arrested in Idaho after Jefferson Co. Deputy was shot at

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Department says 2 more people have been arrested and identified in relation to Tuesday's shooting. 

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Sneak peak of ZooMontana's bison exhibit Video included

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On Thursday morning, a few lucky zoo goers had the opportunity to see the two bison that will live in the exhibit, up close and personal.

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The Latest: GOP legislative leaders reject tax increase plan

Republican legislative leaders are rejecting a proposal by Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock to raise taxes on tobacco, liquor, rental cars and hotel rooms to help pay for state programs.

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Man asks for donations to give to homeless Video included

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A Washington State man who grew up homeless is now asking people to make much-needed donations to the homeless during the winter weather. Dale Morgan explained that he grew up in an abusive home when he was young. He eventually moved out onto the streets. He lives in Billings now and has a job, but he said he knows what it is like to live on the streets and that is the reason he wants to give back.

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FDA restricts all flavored e-cigarettes; moves to ban menthol

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The Food and Drug Administration is making moves against the tobacco industry in an effort to crack down on smoking in teens.

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Woman shaken up after home burglary Video included

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Billings police were called to the scene, Thursday afternoon, after a call came in about a burglary. It happened at a home on Howard Avenue.

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Bullock's $10.3B budget plan would extend Medicaid expansion

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is proposing a two-year, $10.3 billion budget that includes the re-authorization of a health insurance program for about 96,000 low-income residents.

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Montana VA Nurse honored with DAISY Award

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Registered Nurse (RN) Mary Anderson with Montana VA Health Care System’s Anaconda Community Based Outpatient Clinic has been honored with a DAISY Award for extraordinary nursing.

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Animal shelters across the state need your help Video included

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Montana is facing a major overcrowding issue in animal shelters across the state.  With every shelter at max capacity, if not more, animal shelters are forced to make room wherever possible. The main culprits of the overcrowding are cats, however, dogs are also part of the equation. Typically, Great Falls Animal Shelter sees an influx increase in the summers, but this year, they’ve seen more than usual. The Great Falls Animal Shelter typically has a cutoff of aroun... More>>

Missoula Food Bank in need of frozen turkey donations

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The Missoula Food Bank & Community Center says it's short on turkeys for its Thanksgiving dinner event, and it's asking the Missoula community for help. 

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Chief of police holds public meeting to listen to concerns and answer any questions from the citizens of Billings Video included

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Billings Police Chief Rich St. John held a Q & A session Wednesday night to answer the questions and concerns of citizens in Billings.

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Billings Public Works is prepared to work on snowy roads this winter Video included

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This winter season marks the second year Billings Public Works will be using snow plows on secondary streets.

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City holds public safety forum to address crime downtown Video included

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Mariah Carpenter is a co-owner at The Joy of Living, a small store on the corner of Broadway and First Avenue. She says, the store has some issues with intoxicated people coming inside to keep warm after a night at local bars. 

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Winter Fire Safety Tips

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Fires can be just as common in the winter as they are in the summer. Last year the Helena Fire Department Responded to over a dozen structure fires from November to March. Even when the snow is coming down outside it doesn't take much for a fire to start in your home. Lou Antonick the Fire Marshall for the Helena Fire Department says they are very busy in the winter. “The winter time we always see an increase in calls. Fire related calls and then carbon monoxide related ca...

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EPA flags new fears about nonstick coatings

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The Environmental Protection Agency says long-term exposure to a compound currently used in nonstick coatings appears to be dangerous even in minute amounts.

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Montana lawmakers to choose House speaker, Senate president

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Republican lawmakers are gathering in Helena to choose a new state House speaker and decide whether to keep Senate President Scott Sales as that chamber's leader for a second session.

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Trial set for Montana man accused of killing father

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A trial has been set for a Montana man who authorities say admitted to stabbing his father to death.

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Judge allows case against neo-Nazi publisher to proceed

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A federal judge in Montana says the First Amendment does not shield a neo-Nazi website publisher from being sued for telling his readers to unleash a "troll storm" that led to anti-Semitic threats against a Jewish woman and her family.

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WHP announces passing of retired K-9

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It is with great sadness the Wyoming Highway Patrol announces retired WHP   K-9 Wendy, passed away peacefully from heart failure on November 9th, 2018. Wendy was well known for her desire and willingness to work and play, while producing some impressive seizures over the years.

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Billings Police Department trades tickets for turkeys Video included

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Officer Schnelbach and KULR-8 looked out for traffic violators Monday night, but instead of giving them tickets, the officer gave them turkeys.

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Fire crews from Red Lodge and Columbus Fire Rescue arrive to Southern California, begin their first day battling Woolsey fire Video included

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Columbus and Red Lodge Fire Rescue crews have traveled to Southern California to aid in the firefighting efforts on the Woolsey fire.

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Missoula crash blocks East Broadway

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The Missoula Police Department warned residents of a road closure on East Broadway St. near the Missoula College on Tuesday evening. Officials said the four vehicle crash caused traffic to be temporarily rerouted onto Interstate 90.

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Yellowstone County Detention Facility faces issues of overcrowding Video included

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The Yellowstone County Detention Facility faces issues regarding placement for inmates as their facility has become overcrowded. The Yellowstone County Detention Facility is currently undergoing rehabilitation. Commander Lieutenant Roger Bodine said once that is completed, there will be an extra 88 beds for men. He said this doesn't seem like a lot, but in reality, it will help a great deal.

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Malmstrom commander relieved of duty

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MALMSTROM AFB - Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Fortner, the commander of the 741st Missile Security Forces Squadron, has been relieved of duty.  According to a press release from MAFB Public Affairs, Colonel Aaron Guill relieved Fortner due to,  "loss of trust and confidence after a series of events."   Complaints had been filed with the 341st Missile Wing Inspector General, which is what initiated an investigation.  It concluded several of those complaints ...

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Scientists: Wind, drought worsen fires, not bad management

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Both nature and humans share blame for California’s devastating wildfires, but forest management did not play a major role, despite President Donald Trump’s claims, fire scientists say. 

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Phillips 66, Bridger plan for new pipeline to Texas

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Phillips 66 and Bridger Pipeline say they have preliminary plans for a new pipeline to send Bakken crude oil to Texas.

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Pita Pit is officially open once again

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Less than a month ago, 25-year-old Allen Roberts was arrested on 18 charges after crashing into a Pita Pit in Great Falls on 10th Ave. S.  What originally was supposed to take a week turned into several as store manager Christine Rattlingtail repaired severe damages and revamped the store.  Today, the Pita Pit is finally RE-opening their doors with a newly renovated interior.  Robert's arraignment is scheduled for Thursday, November 15th, at 2 pm.  More>>

Trump administration sides with tribes in drilling dispute

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The Trump administration plans to appeal a federal court ruling that would allow oil and gas drilling on land considered sacred to Native American tribes in Montana and Canada.

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One bar in Great Falls is taking safety to the next level Video included

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How safe do you feel going to your local bar? It’s a question on many people’s minds after the recent shooting at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California. The day and age we live in is much different than it was even just a few years ago. It’s something one bar here in Great Falls recognizes and does their best to keep up with. The Alumni Club considers safety a number on priority.   In fact, not only are security members on staff but a new rule was just implemen... More>>

Brucellosis found in northwest Wyoming cattle herd

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A new case of brucellosis has been found in a cattle herd in northwest Wyoming, and the herd has been placed in quarantine.

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Zinke '100 percent confident' he'll be cleared in probes

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says he's "100 percent confident" no wrongdoing will be found in pending ethics investigations that stirred speculation he could get ousted from President Donald Trump's Cabinet.

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Montana colleges could tighten rules for in-state tuition

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The Montana University System is mulling over tightening the rules for out-of-state students who want to gain in-state residency status that can cut thousands of dollars from tuition expenses.

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Northwest Battle Buddy pup travels to Billings to begin training as service dog Video included

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The future looks bright for a furry little friend with four paws who arrived in Billings today to begin his first year of training as a service animal for a veteran.

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Billings native featured on History Channel, donates prize money

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A man from Billings was able to help out a friend after winning 1st place in a popular show.

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Warrior Wishes Montana partners up with Home Depot

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Partnership between non-profits and giant corporations can be hard to come by. However, that's not the case between Warrior Wishes Montana and Home Depot.

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Former YAM curator opening new gallery in Billings

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After working professionally in art museums for 22 years, Billings native Bob Durden has announced the opening of the Durden Gallery on the second floor of the historic Carlin Hotel.

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Comic book genius Stan Lee, Spider-Man creator, dies at 95

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Comic book genius Stan Lee, the architect of the contemporary comic book, has died. He was 95.

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Bear attack west of Columbia Falls

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On November 11, 2018 at approximately 9 a.m. the Flathead County Sheriff's Office received a report of a Bear Attack just off Trumble Canyon Road north-west of Columbia Falls. The Flathead County Sheriff's Office's Facebook page says two males had reportedly been hunting when one of the males was attacked. Deputies from the Sheriff’s Office, North Valley Search and Rescue, the Two Bear Air Rescue Helicopter and ALERT responded. According to the sheriff's office, the victi...

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USS Billings Commissioning Ceremony Kickoff

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You may remember back in July of 2017, the USS Billings, a new Navy combat ship was christened in the Menominee River in Marinette, Wisconsin. Today a kickoff event was hosted at the Double Tree Hotel to help raise money for the ship's commissioning ceremony.  

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MSU Billings celebrates Veterans Day; dedicates new veterans center Video included

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MSU Billings observed 100 years of Veterans Day with a celebration of their own.  The celebration included a large flag display, patriotic music, and a lunch reception to honor our nation's veterans . 

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Holiday Food and Gift Festival back at MetraPark

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The 33rd annual Holiday Food and Gift Festival is taking place this weekend at the MetraPark.  Pictures with Santa, food vendors, and abundance of shopping is available with more than 200 booths at the Expo Center.

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Busy roads expected for Thanksgiving

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According to a press release from AAA, the 2018 Thanksgiving holiday weekend will see the highest Thanksgiving travel volume since 2005 Michelle Donati from AAA Montana says rising levels of household wealth and more disposable income is translating into more travelers kicking off Thanksgiving with a getaway. Donati also added that although gas prices in Montana are much higher than last year- but AAA doesn't expect it to impact road travel. The release says AAA expects to resc... More>>

$15,000 in Gold stolen from Grizzly Gold and Silver Video included

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Grizzly Gold and Silver on King avenue was robbed on Friday night. At around 5:30 PM, right before the store closes, two individuals came into the store asking to look at a large display of cold coins says store manager Roger Bruckner.

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100th anniversary of end of WWI tomorrow

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President Trump is with other world leaders in Paris this weekend to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. The war began in 1914 and lasted until 1918. 

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Montana wildfire costs

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Montana had 35 wildfires that each burned more than 100 acres (40 hectares), costing the state more than $95 million this year.    

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Trump defends Attorney General pick Video included

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President Trump says he hasn't spoken with acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker about the Russia probe, which Whitaker publicly criticized before being hired at the Department of Justice.

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Deadly wildfires leave thousands homeless in California Video included

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At least five people are dead and tens of thousands have been forced from their homes after two California wildfires exploded in size overnight and into Friday. At least three major wildfires are burning, hundreds of miles apart. 

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Happy Homes boosts security after burglaries Video included

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Happy Homes Apartments is beefing up security on their properties after a series of burglaries over the last few weeks.  In a letter sent to tenants today, Happy Homes informed residents they're installing deadbolts in all garage doors. 

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Veterans honored with free dentistry

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Businesses across the country are offering specials and discounts to veterans, ahead of veterans day.

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Operation Christmas Child returns to Billings Video included

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Operation Christmas Child, a worldwide program through Samaritan's Purse International Relief is returning to Billings. On November 12th, there will be several locations in Billings collecting shoe box gifts for the Samaritan's purse project. 

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Military service runs deep at Fromberg High School Video included

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Fromberg high school put on its annual veteran's day ceremony this morning.  a ceremony they've hosted since 2010.  fromberg schools veterans day ceremony honors those in their community who bravely served their country. 

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Coroner's inquest rules shooting justified

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A coroner's jury finds that five Billings police officers were justified in the deadly shooting of a Montana man last year.

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Zinke says he won't run for Montana governor in 2020

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says he won't run for Montana governor in 2020.

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FDA plans strict limits on sale of flavored e-cigarettes

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is planning on requiring strict limits on the sale of most flavored e-cigarettes, including age verification controls for online sales, in an effort to curtail their use among children and teenagers.

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Montana vote totals, absentee returns set state records

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More voters cast ballots in this week's election than any other midterm in Montana history, and only two presidential elections have had higher voter numbers.

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Judge blocks further construction on Keystone XL Pipeline

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UPDATE: A federal judge in Great Falls has blocked construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

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Crow Reservation women inspired by general election winners Video included

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Voters are sending Native American women to congress for the first time. Deb Haaland took the congressional seat in New Mexico, and voters in Kansas are sending Sharice Davis to Washington.

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Do you have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? Video included

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Many are looking forward to the winter sports and snowball fights, but for some, it’s a fight to make it through the dark and cold winter months. Seasonal Affective Disorder, otherwise known as SAD, affects roughly 3 million people every year. However, it is often just written off for what many might call the “Winter Blues”. According to the Mayo Clinic, signs and symptoms to look out for include depression,low energy, difficulty concentrating,... More>>

Montana Rescue Mission in need of financial support this holiday season Video included

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The Montana rescue mission is asking for your help when it comes to this holiday season. 

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Veterans Day: a soldier's story

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Trevor Allen knew he wanted to enlist in the U.S. Army when he was in middle school. His gut told him he was meant to be an infantryman.

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Recall: Subaru recalls 229,000 Outback, Legacy vehicles for "generous" fuel gauges 0

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Subaru has issued recalls affecting about 400,000 of its vehicles. The issue is two problems that could cause the vehicles to stall.

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Yellowstone geyser trespasser in court Video included

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A Colorado man is temporarily banned from Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks after he pleaded guilty to charges related to leaving the boardwalk at Yellowstone and walking right up to Old Faithful and other geysers. 

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Why it's important to follow the Move Over Law Video included

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Cody - Did you know you should move over to another lane if you pass any vehicles stopped for official public business? 

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Presidential permit ruled vacant, Grassroots Movement claims victory Video included

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The presidential permit issued by President Trump to move forward with the Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline Project has been vacated.

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Sears/ K-Mart to close 40 more stores

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The problems continue to mount for troubled retailers Sears and K-Mart. Sears holdings announced Thursday that 11 K-Marts and 29 Sears locations will shut their doors in February.  That's in addition to the nearly 200 locations the company said would shut down in the coming months. 

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Camp Fire in California prompts evacuations Video included

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An out-of-control wildfire is forcing mandatory evacuations in Northern California. Cal fire says the "Camp Fire" is over 18-thousand acres in size.  It's burning in Butte County some 90 miles north of Sacramento. 

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Gunman identified in California massacre Video included

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Investigators say 28-year-old Ian David Long opened fire immediately after entering a crowded bar late Wednesday night, killing 12 people. 

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UPDATE: AMBER Alert canceled for Lakeside girl

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KALISPELL - The Montana Department of Justice issued an AMBER Alert for a 12-year-old Flathead area girl. 

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95 car thefts reported in Billings in October

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On Wednesday, the Billings Police Department rolled out a powerful new tool to help the people of Billings better understand the kinds of crimes that are being reported in their community. A check of the software shows BPD responded to 95 vehicle theft complaints in October.

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Deer test positive for chronic wasting disease in Liberty, Carbon counties Video included

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Second tests on tissue samples from a white-tailed buck harvested in southern Liberty County and a mule deer doe harvested within the CWD-positive area in Carbon County came back positive for chronic wasting disease.

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Vehicle may have led to building fire at Missoula auto repair shop

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The Missoula Fire Department (MFD) believes a vehicle parked inside an auto repair shop may have started a fire at the shop Wednesday night.  According to MFD crews were called to Rocky Mountain Diesel for a report of smoke and flames just after 7:00 p.m. Wednesday.

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Missoula parents focus on street crossing safety after accident

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Missoula parents are on high alert after a six-year-old girl was hit by a vehicle while crossing the street near her school bus stop Tuesday morning. Families that live along the road where it happened are trying to help their kids understand street safety.  

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CMC to offer free cervical cancer screening day

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The Missoula Community Medical Center will offer free cervical cancer screenings at its Cancer Care Center on Thursday, November 8.  

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Don Jones elected for next Yellowstone County Commissioner of District 3, so what does this mean? Video included

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Republican Candidate Don Jones is elected as the next Yellowstone County Commissioner of District 3 winning 57 percent of the vote against Democratic Candidate Robyn Driscoll.

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Teen and dog become unusual workout partners Video included

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It's recommended that you work out three to four days a week for at least 30 minutes.  That can be tough to do unless you have a workout buddy .  Kaylee Prevost has found quite possibly the cutest workout buddy.  She wakes up, brushes her teeth, eats breakfast, and works out...with her dog.  You read that right, her four legged friend likes to work on her bod too.  Two year-old black lab, Willow, is Kaylee's workout partner.  Kaylee said, "ever... More>>

Billings Police Dept. launches crime map, Twitter account Video included

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Billings Police Department announced today on Facebook, a new crime mapping and data website has been launched to the public.  According to Chief St. John, BPD had a crime map system three to four years ago, but a software change temporarily took the program down. 

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Yellowstone County Toys for Tots gets big donation Video included

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This holiday season will be the 71st year of the U.S. marines Toys for Tots program.  Thanks to a $1,000 check donated by Shopko, Marines with Toys for Tots got to go on a little shopping spree this morning. 

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Harvard paper suggests interstellar object may have been alien probe

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A Harvard paper claims a cigar-shaped interstellar object, spotted tumbling through our solar system last year, may have been an alien probe.

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigns

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Attorney General Jeff Sessions submits resignation in letter to President Donald Trump. Trump says Sessions' chief of staff Matthew Whitaker will become acting attorney general. This is a developing story.

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UPDATE: Missing teen found safe.

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The Helena Police Department has issued a Missing and Endangered Person Advisory for Caleb Wayne Taylor. He was last seen on Monday, November 5th, in Helena. 

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Gianforte celebrates reelection, Kathleen Williams thanks supporters

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Rep. Greg Gianforte retained his seat in the U.S. House, with election results showing him winning 52-45 percent over challenger Kathleen Williams. 

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Rosendale congratulates Sen. Tester on his victory

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State Auditor Matt Rosendale, the Republican nominee in Montana’s U.S. Senate race, released a statement Wednesday after conceding to Senator Jon Tester.

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Students shelter in place after gun stolen near Belgrade High School

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Schools in Belgrade are in a shelter in place after a hand gun was reportedly stolen from a vehicle near Belgrade High School. Law enforcement say a suspect is at large. 

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  • Shelby Schweyen Signs LOI To Play For Lady Griz

    Shelby Schweyen Signs LOI To Play For Lady Griz

    Thursday, November 15 2018 10:12 PM EST2018-11-16 03:12:35 GMT

    It's finally official for Shelby Schweyen, and something that she had dreamed about since she was a little girl watching her mother coach on the sidelines: she is a member of the Montana Lady Griz basketball team.  Schweyen signed her Letter of Intent today at Sentinel High School in front of family and friends, making it official that she will get to play for her mother, head coach Shannon Schweyen. Shelby will also get the chance to play with her older sister Jordyn, who is cu...

    It's finally official for Shelby Schweyen, and something that she had dreamed about since she was a little girl watching her mother coach on the sidelines: she is a member of the Montana Lady Griz basketball team.  Schweyen signed her Letter of Intent today at Sentinel High School in front of family and friends, making it official that she will get to play for her mother, head coach Shannon Schweyen. Shelby will also get the chance to play with her older sister Jordyn, who is cu...

  • Mattress Firm Student of the Week: Loyola's Kaden Lincoln

    Mattress Firm Student of the Week: Loyola's Kaden Lincoln

    Wednesday, November 14 2018 3:49 PM EST2018-11-14 20:49:56 GMT

    Kaden is part of one of the best dynasties in Montana history. The Loyola Speech and Debate team has won 35 consecutive Montana Class B-C state championships. Since his freshman year, he has helped contribute to his team's golden legacy.

    Kaden is part of one of the best dynasties in Montana history. The Loyola Speech and Debate team has won 35 consecutive Montana Class B-C state championships. Since his freshman year, he has helped contribute to his team's golden legacy.

  • Mattress Firm Student of the Week: Jefferson's Simonie Mendenhall

    Mattress Firm Student of the Week: Jefferson's Simonie Mendenhall

    Friday, November 9 2018 5:08 PM EST2018-11-09 22:08:13 GMT

    Jefferson High senior Simonie Mendenhall says she hits the volleyball court year-round and that work is paying off.  "Just determining open positions on the court based off of the set and things like that I guess," said Simonie Mendenhall. 

    Jefferson High senior Simonie Mendenhall says she hits the volleyball court year-round and that work is paying off.  "Just determining open positions on the court based off of the set and things like that I guess," said Simonie Mendenhall. 

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  • UPDATE: AMBER Alert canceled for Lakeside girl

    UPDATE: AMBER Alert canceled for Lakeside girl

    Thursday, November 8 2018 3:21 PM EST2018-11-08 20:21:16 GMT

    KALISPELL - The Montana Department of Justice issued an AMBER Alert for a 12-year-old Flathead area girl. 

    KALISPELL - The Montana Department of Justice issued an AMBER Alert for a 12-year-old Flathead area girl. 

  • Three Montana deer test positive for brain wasting disease

    Three Montana deer test positive for brain wasting disease

    Saturday, November 17 2018 4:12 PM EST2018-11-17 21:12:49 GMT

    Montana wildlife officials say three deer in Blaine County have tested positive for a brain wasting disease. The Great Falls Tribune reports that the deer found to have chronic wasting disease were all harvested within a priority surveillance area. 

    Montana wildlife officials say three deer in Blaine County have tested positive for a brain wasting disease. The Great Falls Tribune reports that the deer found to have chronic wasting disease were all harvested within a priority surveillance area. 

  • Structure fire in the Heights

    Structure fire in the Heights

    Saturday, November 17 2018 10:49 PM EST2018-11-18 03:49:46 GMT

    Billings Fire arrived to flames and smoke at 615 Samuel Court in the Heights.  Battalion Chief Kevin Johnson said Billings Police were the first to arrive on scene. An officer was able to close the front door of the apartment, initially containing the fire from other apartment complexes.

    Billings Fire arrived to flames and smoke at 615 Samuel Court in the Heights.  Battalion Chief Kevin Johnson said Billings Police were the first to arrive on scene. An officer was able to close the front door of the apartment, initially containing the fire from other apartment complexes.

  • Can you prank your mom? 'The 25 pound turkey challenge'

    Can you prank your mom? 'The 25 pound turkey challenge'

    Wednesday, December 21 2016 2:36 PM EST2016-12-21 19:36:25 GMT

    KHQ.COM - Most mothers can only hope by the time their children grow up and move out of the house, they've learned all the necessary things to be a successful adult, including the basic knowledge that a turkey must be cooked in an oven, or perhaps in a smoker... NOT in a microwave. For this reason a new prank-challenge going around on Facebook is resulting in some hilarious text conversations between mothers and their grown children.

    KHQ.COM - Most mothers can only hope by the time their children grow up and move out of the house, they've learned all the necessary things to be a successful adult, including the basic knowledge that a turkey must be cooked in an oven, or perhaps in a smoker... NOT in a microwave. For this reason a new prank-challenge going around on Facebook is resulting in some hilarious text conversations between mothers and their grown children.

  • Miranda Fenner 20 years later

    Miranda Fenner 20 years later

    Friday, November 16 2018 12:36 AM EST2018-11-16 05:36:03 GMT

    It's one of the most famous cold cases in Montana. 20 years ago today, Miranda Fenner was murdered while working at a video store in Laurel.  On November 15th, 1998, 18-year old Miranda Fenner was stabbed in the head and neck by an unidentified assailant.  

    It's one of the most famous cold cases in Montana. 20 years ago today, Miranda Fenner was murdered while working at a video store in Laurel.  On November 15th, 1998, 18-year old Miranda Fenner was stabbed in the head and neck by an unidentified assailant.  

  • ALERT: Missing woman in Missoula

    ALERT: Missing woman in Missoula

    Saturday, November 17 2018 7:25 PM EST2018-11-18 00:25:40 GMT
    Saturday, November 17 2018 7:30 PM EST2018-11-18 00:30:26 GMT

    MISSOULA- Then Missoula County Sheriff's Office says officers, family, and friends are currently looking for a missing woman named, Kerina Lynn Moslander who is 37 years old and lives in Missoula.  Police say, she was last seen on November 8th in Deer Lodge and Clinton. She may be traveling in a 1993 white Jeep Cherokee (license plate - 4-96042A). Police were told by family members that it's unlike her to not be in contact with her family. If you have any information on her wher...

    MISSOULA- Then Missoula County Sheriff's Office says officers, family, and friends are currently looking for a missing woman named, Kerina Lynn Moslander who is 37 years old and lives in Missoula.  Police say, she was last seen on November 8th in Deer Lodge and Clinton. She may be traveling in a 1993 white Jeep Cherokee (license plate - 4-96042A). Police were told by family members that it's unlike her to not be in contact with her family. If you have any information on her wher...

  • Where to watch the Brawl of the Wild Cat-Griz game

    Where to watch the Brawl of the Wild Cat-Griz game

    Friday, November 16 2018 4:09 PM EST2018-11-16 21:09:26 GMT

    MISSOULA - Thousands of fans will be watching Saturday for the 118th Brawl of the Wild. The historic rivalry between the University of Montana Grizzlies and the Montana State University Bobcats takes place this year at Washington-Grizzly Stadium.  If you can't make it to the stadium...

    MISSOULA - Thousands of fans will be watching Saturday for the 118th Brawl of the Wild. The historic rivalry between the University of Montana Grizzlies and the Montana State University Bobcats takes place this year at Washington-Grizzly Stadium.  If you can't make it to the stadium...

  • Tattoo Parlor donates profits to the community

    Tattoo Parlor donates profits to the community

    Saturday, November 17 2018 10:13 PM EST2018-11-18 03:13:30 GMT

    Rise Again Tattoo continues to show the Billings community that they're not your typical tattoo parlor.  "Our entire vision you know with this shop was to influence the people show them that tattoo is a community of love and that we can do positive things for the  community and be selfless you know," said Alex Carmel, owner of Rise Again Tattoo. 

    Rise Again Tattoo continues to show the Billings community that they're not your typical tattoo parlor.  "Our entire vision you know with this shop was to influence the people show them that tattoo is a community of love and that we can do positive things for the  community and be selfless you know," said Alex Carmel, owner of Rise Again Tattoo. 

KULR-8 COMMUNITY CALENDAR
  • Class A Championship

    Class A Championship

    Central wins the Class A Championship over Hamilton, 28-21.

    Central wins the Class A Championship over Hamilton, 28-21.

  • Northern Plains Resource Council defends Montana way of life

    Northern Plains Resource Council defends Montana way of life

    The 47th Northern Plains Resource Council Meeting was held today at the Northern Hotel in Billings.

    The grassroots organization explored multiple topics including Colstrip's future, the Keystone Pipeline, and the future of clean energy in Montana.

    The 47th Northern Plains Resource Council Meeting was held today at the Northern Hotel in Billings.

    The grassroots organization explored multiple topics including Colstrip's future, the Keystone Pipeline, and the future of clean energy in Montana.

  • Tattoo Parlor donates profits to the community

    Tattoo Parlor donates profits to the community

    Rise Again Tattoo continues to show the Billings community that they're not your typical tattoo parlor. 

    "Our entire vision you know with this shop was to influence the people show them that tattoo is a community of love and that we can do positive things for the 
    community and be selfless you know," said Alex Carmel, owner of Rise Again Tattoo. 

    Rise Again Tattoo continues to show the Billings community that they're not your typical tattoo parlor. 

    "Our entire vision you know with this shop was to influence the people show them that tattoo is a community of love and that we can do positive things for the 
    community and be selfless you know," said Alex Carmel, owner of Rise Again Tattoo.