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Two teens in hospital after fight at MontanaFair

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Two teenagers are in the hospital after a fight MontanaFair late Tuesday night. 

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Breaking: U.S. Coast Guard reports downed Army Black Hawk helicopter off Oahu

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This morning the U.S. Coast Guard is reporting a downed a Army Black Hawk helicopter off Oahu. 

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Daniel Craig will once again play James Bond

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Daniel Craig has confirmed he will once again play James Bond. 

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Pit bulls take on snakes to save kids

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Two pit bulls in Florida are credited with saving two young children from a venomous snake. 

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Don't park in tall grass, just one of the traveling tips from MHP

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Every day we inch closer to the total solar eclipse! Here are three tips from Montana Highway Patrol that people should be aware of when traveling. 

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Save a cow and eat a cricket! How crickets can be a healthy substitute

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Save a cow and eat a Cowboy Cricket! That’s the slogan for Montana’s first and only edible insect farm, Cowboy Cricket Farms. 

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Police body cam footage captures rooftop rescue in Connecticut

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A dramatic rescue caught on camera, police were able to grab a suicidal woman off a building while she threatened to jump. 

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Two men plead not guilty to charges of "cruelly abandoning" three horses

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Two men pleaded not guilty to charges of “cruelly abandoning” three horses in the Shoshone National Forest last winter. Brothers Brad and David Flint were charged with three cases of animal cruelty, in the starvation of the horses. Two were rescued, and one apparently died. In a sworn statement, Forest Service Law Enforcement officer Ron Ostrum said one horse was rescued in April by a horn hunter, and the other was too weak to be brought out, until it was given medic... More>>

Gov. Bullock announces departure of Labor and Industry commissioner

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State Labor Commissioner Pam Bucy is stepping down from the position, according to a press release from the governor's office.

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Montana, US: clashes over Confederate monuments following Charlottesville

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Members of the American Indian Caucus are calling for the removal of a Confederate monument in Helena at Hill Park. Following the events in Charlottesville, VA Representative Shane Morigeau says it's past due that the Helena City Commission remove the statue, which was commissioned by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, a group listed as Neo-Confederate by the Southern Poverty Law Center. 

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How to spot fake solar eclipse glasses Video included

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Don't get caught with "shady" glasses during the solar eclipse. We have some tips on what to look for before the moon obscures the sun.

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Lady Houdini act describes the road to recovery after car crash

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"It's one of those things where you get to watch as I get out of the handcuffs, the shackles. On one breath. So it usually takes me about 2.5 to 3 minutes to escape." 

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Jason Badger pleaded not guilty to deliberate homicide Video included

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Jason Badger is charged with the deliberate homicide of a six-month-old child. In court Tuesday, Badger pleaded not guilty, denying responsibility for the child's death.

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The Latest: Trump blames 'both sides' for Charlottesville

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President Donald Trump says the groups protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, were "also very violent."

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Telemedicine: A bridge between doctors and patients Video included

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People all across the state travel to hospitals in Billings to visit with their doctors, which can get tiring if you have to visit frequently.

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Vigil held in Lodge Grass for shooting victims Video included

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Friday night, members of the Lodge Grass community came together to show love and support for the victims of last week's shooting. 

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Oregon man exercises dogs with "tire pulling"

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An Oregon man is facing criticism for the way he walks his dogs.

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Cat owners more likely to cheat, study says

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The type of pet we own can say a lot about our personalities, but can it also say something about the way we act in relationships? A new study from Illicit Encounters says yes.

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Planning on booking a hotel for the eclipse? Might want to rethink that idea

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We are less than a week away from the solar eclipse. Our reporter Kolby Crossley will actually be traveling down to Rexburg, Idaho where people will see a full solar eclipse. 

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How has the Gallatin Valley stayed clear of fires, continued patterns of moisture helps

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Every day, Due to fire season, more and more people seem to get evacuated throughout the State of Montana, but one part of Montana has stayed clear of fires. 

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Before buying solar eclipse glasses, here's what you should look out for Video included

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One week from Monday, millions of people will stop what they are doing and gaze up at the sun.

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Watch: Rare white moose caught on camera in Sweden

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Footage of a rare white moose in Sweden has gone viral.

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San Diego man with one leg sailing to Hawaii

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A California man is getting ready to set sail to Hawaii - but his story has a surprising twist. 

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Evacuations in place in Missoula County from Lolo Peak Fire

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Evacuation orders are still in effect for Lolo residents and many of the roads are still closed off. 

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Lady Houdini explains her act in an upside down interview Video included

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Lady Houdini and her husband made their way all to MontanaFair from Indiana. But their journey here, wasn't an easy one. 

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Art Barn displays real art from local people at MontanaFair Video included

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At MontanaFair, it's not just rides and food you can try. The Art Exhibit is located right by Kidland and it's one of the places you can check out real art from local people.

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Woman killed in Charlottesville identified

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32-year old Heather Heyer has been identified as the woman killed when a vehicle rammed into a group of protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia Saturday. Heyer lived in Charlottesville and had just celebrated 5 years at Miller Law Group. A statement from Larry Miller, the president of the firm, describes her as "very good at her job" .. "conscientious, precise and always striving to improve her work." The firm also said "she cared about the clients. She had he... More>>

Keeping rides safe at MontanaFair Video included

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A recorded daily inspection has to take place as required by ASTM regulations and insurance.

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Hundreds face off ahead of white nationalist rally

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - Hundreds of people are facing off in Charlottesville ahead of a white nationalist rally planned in the Virginia city's downtown. 

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State monitoring outbreak of canine respiratory disease

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The Department of Livestock and local veterinarians are monitoring an outbreak of severe canine respiratory disease in Montana. 

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Montana's Health Co-op remains standing as others falter Video included

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) - The Montana Health Co-op resumes accepting new enrollees on Sunday after withdrawing from the state's health insurance exchange last year amid worries about its financial health. 

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Events for all ages at MontanaFair Video included

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Getting the whole family out the door and to the fair can be a challenge, but well worth it. 

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Paddlefish sighted in Big Horn River Video included

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Anglers and fishing guides have reported seeing a prehistoric native fish called the Paddlefish in the upper part of the Bighorn River this summer.

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Governor declares Fire Emergency in Montana

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Governor Steve Bullock today issued a new Executive Order declaring a Fire Emergency for the state of Montana.

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How to avoid being scammed over the phone

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Phone scams are unfortunately a part of everyday life. 

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University of Montana lecturers given 6-month layoff notices

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The University of Montana has given about 40 non-tenured lecturers notice that their contracts won't be renewed at the end of the fall semester.      

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DEQ approves operational permit for Black Butte Copper Mine Video included

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The Department of Environmental Quality has deemed a mining permit "complete and compliant."  This, after years of back and forth as Tintina Resources pushes for the Black Butte Copper Mine, located near the Smith River just outside of White Sulphur Springs. Jerry Zieg, Senior Vice President for Tintina Resources, tells KFBB getting to this point with the DEQ has not only been a long process, it's been incredibly detailed. The department came back at the mini...

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  • Havre Blue Ponies to be Physical Football Team This Season

    Havre Blue Ponies to be Physical Football Team This Season

    Wednesday, August 16 2017 1:11 AM EDT2017-08-16 05:11:08 GMT

    Havre finished 5-4 last year. However, last season was the first time since 2008 the Blue Ponies missed competing in the Class A state playoffs.

    Havre finished 5-4 last year. However, last season was the first time since 2008 the Blue Ponies missed competing in the Class A state playoffs.

  • Rocky Offense With Work to do After First Scrimmage

    Rocky Offense With Work to do After First Scrimmage

    Wednesday, August 16 2017 12:46 AM EDT2017-08-16 04:46:56 GMT

    During the Rocky Mountain College Battlin' Bears first scrimmage of fall camp, it looked a lot like most scrimmages of fall camps.

    During the Rocky Mountain College Battlin' Bears first scrimmage of fall camp, it looked a lot like most scrimmages of fall camps.

  • Dvorak Eager to Lead Senior to Success in First Season

    Dvorak Eager to Lead Senior to Success in First Season

    Tuesday, August 15 2017 11:56 PM EDT2017-08-16 03:56:19 GMT

    Things were a bit different this past Friday at Senior High volleyball practices as the Sue Dvorak era began, but different, in this case, definitely means exciting.

    Things were a bit different this past Friday at Senior High volleyball practices as the Sue Dvorak era began, but different, in this case, definitely means exciting.

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  • Watch: Rare white moose caught on camera in Sweden

    Watch: Rare white moose caught on camera in Sweden

    Monday, August 14 2017 3:22 PM EDT2017-08-14 19:22:41 GMT

    Footage of a rare white moose in Sweden has gone viral.

    Footage of a rare white moose in Sweden has gone viral.

  • Woman killed in Charlottesville identified

    Woman killed in Charlottesville identified

    Sunday, August 13 2017 3:23 PM EDT2017-08-13 19:23:56 GMT
    32-year old Heather Heyer has been identified as the woman killed when a vehicle rammed into a group of protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia Saturday. Heyer lived in Charlottesville and had just celebrated 5 years at Miller Law Group. A statement from Larry Miller, the president of the firm, describes her as "very good at her job" .. "conscientious, precise and always striving to improve her work." The firm also said "she cared about the clients. She had he...
    32-year old Heather Heyer has been identified as the woman killed when a vehicle rammed into a group of protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia Saturday. Heyer lived in Charlottesville and had just celebrated 5 years at Miller Law Group. A statement from Larry Miller, the president of the firm, describes her as "very good at her job" .. "conscientious, precise and always striving to improve her work." The firm also said "she cared about the clients. She had he...
  • Hundreds face off ahead of white nationalist rally

    Hundreds face off ahead of white nationalist rally

    Saturday, August 12 2017 10:28 PM EDT2017-08-13 02:28:04 GMT

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - Hundreds of people are facing off in Charlottesville ahead of a white nationalist rally planned in the Virginia city's downtown. 

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - Hundreds of people are facing off in Charlottesville ahead of a white nationalist rally planned in the Virginia city's downtown. 

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