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NorthWestern Energy's Possible Purchase of Hydropower Dams

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The Public Service Commission held a public listening session Thursday regarding NorthWestern Energy's possible purchase of multiple hydroelectric generating dams across Montana. More>>

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Big Timber Teen Battles Distracted Driving

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Ethan Peterson is a teenager with a message: avoid distracted driving at all costs. More>>

Regional Headlines: Rising Food Prices; Horror Film Shooting in Montana; Murder Trial Continues

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Here are some stories making headlines around the region: Rising Food Prices; Horror Film Shooting in Montana; Murder Trial Continues More>>

Harry Jackson

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His art was featured in national magazines. More>>

Health Emergency Response Drill

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RiverStone Health staff members and volunteers practiced what to do in a public health emergency. More>>

Children's Clinic This Weekend

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This weekend the Shriners will hold their spring Children's Screening Clinic. More>>

Tentative Agreement Reached on Deputy Contracts

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A tentative agreement has been reached on Thursday involving contracts for Yellowstone County deputies.
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Volunteers Needed for Montana Rescue Mission Easter Dinner

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If you don't have any plans for Easter dinner the Montana Rescue Mission is inviting you to join them. More>>

Harry Koyama Speaks at Western Heritage Center

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A local artist gave an hour-long lecture at the Western Heritage Center about his beginnings as an artist, as a part of the center's Inspiration Project. More>>

Officer's Name Released in Monday Night's Shooting

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The Billings Police Department releases the name of the officer involved in the shooting late Monday night. More>>

Lindeen Meets with Obama to Discuss Obamacare Video included

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The Montana Insurance Commissioner meets with President Obama at the White House to talk about Obamacare. More>>

President Declares Montana Major Disaster Area from Flooding Video included

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President Obama declares Montana a major disaster area from recent flooding. More>>

Governor: $45 Million for Eastern Montana Growth

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Areas growing in the eastern part of Montana due to the Bakken will get some help with their growth and infrastructure.
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Nurturing and Parenting Program

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The Family Tree Center now has a national designation, and it's a long one. It's also known as the Nurturing Parenting Program's Family Nurturing Center of Montana. More>>

Heels and Automobiles

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American Auto Body held it's second Heels and Automobiles event of the year. More>>

Lt. Shane Skillen's Actions Against Dean Jess Ruled Justified

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The coroner's inquest into the shooting death of Dean Randolph Jess resulted in the jury saying Lt. Shane Skillen was justified.
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Griego's Past Criminal Record

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Now that Toby Griego has been convicted of rape, we are learning more about his past, specifically the crimes he committed in New Mexico. More>>

Teachers Surprised with Grant Awards

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Local teachers get a big surprise from members of the Education Foundation classroom grants prize patrol. That surprise? iPads. More>>

Family and Friends Protest Shooting

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Family and friends of Richard Ramirez gathered late Wednesday afternoon in Billings to protest the shooting. More>>

Police Chief: Officer Followed Protocol

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Billings Police find no weapon after searching the car in which an armed robbery suspect sat when he was shot dead by an officer. More>>

Cause of Fire at Oscar's Park Released

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Billings firefighters release the cause of the fire in a building at Oscar's Park over the weekend. More>>

Miles City Has Top 10 Green Hotel

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One local hotel made the top ten in the nation for being green. More>>

Police Tip: Don't Post Stolen Goods for Sale on Facebook

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Sweetwater County deputies have arrested a man on a theft charge after a woman spotted her stolen wedding dress for sale on Facebook. More>>

Job Fair for Two Rivers Detention Facility

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The company looking to run the Two Rivers Detention Facility in Hardin is holding a job fair Wednesday. Steve Afeman the COO with Emerald Companies says the job fair will start at 8 AM and is expected to run until 6:00pm. It will be held at the jail at 406 North Cheyenne Avenue. More>>

MetraPark Searches for New Marketing Director Video included

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The search for a new MetraPark marketing director is still on after Sandra Hawke retired from the position in December. More>>

Paranormal Horror Film Shooting in Yellowstone County

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The Writer's Ghost is a paranormal horror film that is shooting just twenty minutes outside of Billings. More>>

Wyoming Building World War I Memorial in Cody Video included

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Wyoming's final tribute to it's fallen warriors is under construction. The World War I Memorial will join four other memorials in Wyoming's Veterans Memorial Park in Cody.
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Wankel T. Rex Gets New Home at Smithsonian

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A little piece of Montana is now in Washington, DC. Well, maybe not so little as Wankel T-Rex gets a new home.
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Avalanche Center: Season Danger Was Worst

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The Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center releases its season summary saying skiing and snowmobiling was the best in years, but avalanche danger was the worst.
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Roads Opening in Yellowstone

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Yellowstone National Park is getting ready to open for the season, and this weekend, you can get in free.
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MSUB Narrowing Down Search for New Chancellor

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MSUB is narrowing down its search for a new chancellor and now has four candidates.
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Dispatchers Talk About Taking 911 Calls

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The work of 911 dispatchers is being highlighted during this National Public Safety Telecommunications week. More>>

Shooting Details Revealed

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A Billings man is dead, and one police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave. More>>

Second Man Admits Role in Lockwood Fire

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The second man charged in connection to a trailer home fire in Lockwood last April, in which four people died, changes his plea in court Tuesday. More>>

State Receives $2 Million Donation

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The Montana Internet Crimes Against Children's Task Force receives $2M donation. More>>

RMC Coach Looks Back on Boston Marathon Bombings

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It's been one year since the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Rocky Mountain College's head cross country and track coach was there when the bombs went off. More>>

Lone Ranger Gun Video included

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The Lone Ranger's gun is in Cody now. It's not the Lone Ranger who rode with Johnny Depp as Tonto. This gun belonged to the 1950's Lone Ranger. The Cody Firearms Museum put the Masked Man's pistol on display with several other western television and movie weapons. More>>

Angie's List: Car Insurance Video included

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Would you let your insurance company track your driving for a discount? More than a million drivers across the country are already taking part in pay-as-you-drive or usage-based insurance coverage.
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State Avenue Shooting

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A robbery suspect was killed during an officer-involved shooting late Monday night. More>>

BSHF Fully Funded Video included

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We have good news to pass along. The final two Big Sky Honor Flights are fully funded. "We're going to end the WWII. We'll be starting on the effort to go towards Korea," said Kennedy.
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Garbage Fees on the Rise Video included

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Starting July 1st of this year, the price of collecting your garbage, disposing of it, and landfill fees will be going up. More>>

Serial Rape Trial Over -- Guilty Video included

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The jury reached a verdict on Monday in the trial of the serial rapist Toby Griego -- and that verdict was guilty on all counts. More>>

Magic City in for an Allergen Explosion Video included

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The City of Billings is in for a allergen explosion. According to Dr. Laura Moore, allergist with Billings Clinic, the Magic City will be an allergy sufferers worst nightmare. More>>

Coroner's Inquest Scheduled for July 2013 Officer Involved Shooting Video included

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A coroner's inquest is scheduled for later this week in the officer involved shooting death of a Montana State Prison escapee. Yellowstone County Attorney Scott Twito says the inquest for Yellowstone County Sheriff Lieutenant Shane Skillen will start Wednesday morning. More>>

Emergency Shelter Opens Video included

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Tumbleweed is a group dedicated to youth development. The group opened an emergency shelter. More>>

A Friendly Donation Video included

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The Billings Golden K Kiwanis Club donates $8,500 to the Friendship House. More>>

Taxes Still Due April 15th

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Your taxes are due Tuesday, but if you want to file for an extension, there are a couple of things you need to know. More>>

Crash Victim Identified Video included

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The Yellowstone County coroner identifies the woman who died in Sunday's roll-over accident. More>>

BREAKING: Verdict in for Griego Trial

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The verdicts are in, and a decision should be reached shortly in the Toby Griego rape trial. We will bring you the latest online on Twitter and Facebook, and on air. More>>

Building Burns at Oscar's Park

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Billings firefighters were on the scene of a blaze that broke out at Oscar's Dreamland Sunday night. More>>

Billings Police Investigate Shooting

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Billings police are investigating a shooting that injured a 61-year-old man late Sunday night. More>>

One Dead After Rollover Accident

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Montana Highway Patrol says one woman is dead after a rollover accident on the I-94 this afternoon near Huntley. More>>

Community Celebrates Pride Day

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Despite chillier temperatures compared to Friday, nearly 30 members of the Lockwood community turned out to celebrate their first annual Pride Day. More>>

Driver Crashes Into Homes

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A 41-year-old man is arrested after crashing into two homes Saturday afternoon. More>>

Experiencing a New Sport

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The Northwest Association for Blind Athletes is giving many visually impaired kids and adults, opportunities to participate in sports through the paralympic experience. More>>

MSUB Hosts Seventh Annual Chicks in Science

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Girls from all over the state traveled to Billings Saturday for the 7th annual Chicks in Science, hosted by MSU Billings. More>>

Both Sides Rest in Trial of the Accused Serial Rapist

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The next phase in the trial of alleged Billings serial rapist Toby Griego is jury instruction this coming Monday. More>>

Washakie County Flood Preparations

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Just a month after river ice jams flooded Worland, Washakie County officials are preparing for another flood, from snowmelt. More>>

Fostering Good Money Habits Early

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First Interstate Bank presented their annual Teach Children to Save program at Highland Elementary. More>>

Second Suspect Appears in Federal Court

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The second suspect in the murder of a Lame Deer woman is back in Montana. More>>

Road Construction Planned in Red Lodge Delayed Again

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Roadwork on Broadway Avenue in Red Lodge is delayed again. More>>

New VA Clinic Expansion Open

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The expansion of the VA clinic in Billings has been 6 years in the making. The wait is over. More>>

Tim Meadows: Actor, Comedian, and Writer

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He's played a lady's man, Mr. Duvall, Sam, and so many more characters, and guess what? He's in Billings for the next couple of days. KULR-8's Stella Daskalakis had the honor of spending some time with Tim Meadows, an actor, comedian, and writer. More>>

Spring Into Yellowstone

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The town of Cody, including the Chamber of Commerce, the museums, private businesses, state and federal agencies are throwing a big party next month. More>>

Local Teenager Regains True Sense of Smell and Taste

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Dara Crouse underwent a surgery today.
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Tea City Grand Opening

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If you're looking for a spot of tea, a new store in Rimrock Mall can help. More>>

Griego Trial: Law Enforcement, Bank Employees Testify

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The trial of accused serial rapist Toby Griego resumes Friday. More>>

New VA Clinic Offers Specialty Services

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There's big news for veterans in eastern Montana. More>>

Price of Hunting Licenses to Increase

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Hunters, you need to get your applications in for several licenses, and it will cost you more this year. More>>

Warming Temperatures Increase Flooding Risk

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Spring is finally here, but with the warmer temperatures, should we be concerned about flooding?

 
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Man Pleads Guilty in Illegal Check Cashing Ring

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One of the five men arrested earlier this year for allegedly being involved in a check cashing ring was in court to change his plea. More>>

7th Annual Chicks in Science This Weekend

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Alterowitz gym at MSU Billings is about to turn into a world of math and science. More>>

Registration Deadlines for Montana Women's Run

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If you're planning to participate in the Montana Women's Run but haven't signed up yet there are some deadlines about which you need to know. More>>

Website Names Billings Top 10 to Find a Job

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A website names Billings as one of the top 10 mid-size cities to find a job. More>>

Griego Trial: Bank Video Shows Woman With Bloodied Face in Car

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The prosecution called several witnesses to the stand in the trial of accused serial rapist Toby Griego on Wednesday morning.
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Billings Bypass Open House

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An open house was held Wednesday to inform people about the new Billings Bypass that will go through the residential neighborhood of Mary Street. More>>

UPDATE: Fourth Victim Recounts Her Horrifying Story

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The fourth victim of the alleged serial rapist is now on the stand testifying. More>>

Local Charity Receives Check From Share the Love Campaign

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A local charity receives a check thanks to Rimrock Subaru and the community. More>>

Programs in Billings Advocate for Prevention of Domestic Violence

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April 6th-12th is National Crime Victims Right's Week. More>>

Northwest College Student Death Reaction

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Northwest College students and faculty in Powell are recovering from the shock of the strange death of an African student. More>>

Long Empty Jail May Soon House Inmates

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The $27 million detention facility in Hardin that's been vacant for nearly seven years may soon have inmates. More>>

Local Teacher Receives National Grant

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A local teacher has received a $2,500 grant through the Farmers Insurance "Thank a Million Teachers" program. More>>

Board Will Hear Beach's Plea

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Barry Beach will get his chance at freedom later this month.
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UPDATE: Third Victim in Griego Trial Takes the Stand

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The third victim took the stand on Wednesday morning in the trial of Toby Griego -- the alleged serial rapist.
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Griego Trial: Defense Suspect Was In Jail During Several Attacks

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The third day of the trial of Toby Griego kicked off with a Michael Biggs. More>>

Gara Mountain Man Race

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It's called the Gara Mountain Man 5K Race; an effort to help the residents of Gara Muleta, Ethiopia, rise up, out of extreme poverty. More>>

Jay Sekulow Comes to Billings Video included

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Empowering youth takes front and center stage Tuesday at the annual Billings Christian School Spring Banquet and Auction. More>>

Wankel T. Rex Prepares For Smithsonian Departure

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A well-known Montana fossil is getting ready to head to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. this week. The transfer is More>>

Evel Knievel Days Planning Turns into Feud Video included

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The feud over Evel Knievel Days took a nasty turn late last week, when the late daredevil's son left threatening voice messages with the Evel Knievel More>>

Emotionally Charged Testimony in Griego Trial Video included

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Once again, an emotionally charged day during the second day in the trial of Toby Griego -- the alleged serial rapist.
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Room Makeover for the Boys and Girls Club Video included

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The Boys of Girls Club of Yellowstone County is getting 21 new computers, thanks to the Mary Alice Fortin Foundation. With the new computers, comes a facelift for the computer lab. More>>

Veteran Volunteers at Rocky Mountain Hospice Video included

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A local veteran is giving back by spending time with veterans in hospice care during this national volunteer month. More>>

National Crime Victims' Rights Week Video included

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It's the 30th anniversary of National Crime Victims' Rights Week, which highlights the programs for victims of crime and the challenges of getting them the help they need. More>>

Lockwood Home Invasion Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

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The suspect in the Lockwood home invasion case pleads not guilty in court Tuesday. More>>

Man Accused of Negligent Homicide Pleads Not Guilty

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An 18-year-old Billings man, arrested last week on charges related to a fiery rollover crash, appeared in court. A woman died and a child was injured in the accident that happened last year. More>>

Competency Hearing Date Set for Triple Homicide Suspect Video included

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A federal district judge sets the date for a competency hearing for the suspect in a triple homicide in Lodge Grass. More>>

Distracted Driving Awareness Month Video included

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April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and law enforcement wants to remind you not to text and drive.
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Victim Gets Emotional Recounting Rape

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A victim and her neighbor took the stand in the trial against accused serial rapist Toby Griego. More>>

MSUB Unveils New Plans for Science Building

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So far, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been pledged by donors to MSU Billings for the expansion and renovation of Yellowstone Hall, the campus science hall. But the school has a lot of ground to cover. More>>

Forum Offers Tips for Fraud Prevention Video included

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AARP Montana is teaming up with other state agencies and consumers to fight fraud throughout the state. More>>

West End Fire Causes Extensive Damage Video included

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Monday evening, Billings firefighters responded to a house fire on Stream Stone on Billings West End. More>>

First Day of Trial for Alleged Serial Rapist Video included

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With a jury of seven women and five men seated, the first day of the trial for the accused Billings serial rapist wrapped up. More>>

Man Charged With Negligent Homicide

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An 18-year-old Billings man has been arrested on charges related to a fiery rollover crash last year where a woman died and a child was injured. More>>

Future Chefs

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Local 4th and 5th graders from three different schools are taking a shot at becoming a chef. More>>

New Exhibits Coming to the Zoo

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Zoo Montana will build three new exhibits starting this summer. Along with those exhibits, the zoo also plans to bring in two new tigers from Florida. More>>

Fact Finding Set for Sheriff's Deputies

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In two weeks, Yellowstone County Commissioners and Sheriff's Deputies hope to come to an agreement regarding contracts. More>>

Magic City Eats & Treats: Velvet Cravings

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The smell of bacon in the morning is one thing many of us love waking up to, but what about bacon for dessert? More and more, we are seeing bacon added to desserts, including milkshakes, donuts, and here in the Magic City, even cupcakes. More>>

Warmer Weather Means Busier Businesses

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As the weather warms up, people start their annual spring cleaning.
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Fighters Duke it out at MetraPark

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Fighters duked it out during the annual back flips and beatdowns. More>>

Cabela's Hosts Ladies' Day Out

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Several ladies turned out at Cabela's Saturday for a Ladies' Day Out. More>>

Spring Fling Craft and Vendor Show

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With spring in the air, nearly 50 vendors traveled to Billings this weekend to showcase their crafts. More>>

Pow Wow Celebrates Women

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The Alterowitz Gym at MSU Billings was packed for the annual pow wow this weekend. More>>

Tea City Fun Friday Segment

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Owners Zane Luhman and Callie Bullard of Rimrock Mall's newest store, Tea City, stopped by the KULR-8 Studios for our "Fun Friday" segment. More>>

26th Annual "National Geographic" Bee

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100 students from across Montana competed in the 26th annual "National Geographic" Bee at MSU Billings and one of them worked his way to number one. More>>

An Out of This World Visit

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An out of this world space hero came to Billings today. More>>

Yellowstone Students Funding

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The federal government won't pay to educate kids who live in Yellowstone, so a group of citizens there want Park County and the state of Wyoming to foot the bill. More>>

Man Pleads Guilty to Charges For Car Chase

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A driver arrested for leading Laurel Police on a car chase in January changes his plea in court Friday. More>>

Residents Inconvenienced to Ensure Safety of Zimmerman Trail

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Residents living along the Rims have been without their direct route to the West End for over a week.

Jani McCall, Council Member, says the project to reopen Zimmerman Trail will take until June and has been estimated to cost between one and two million dollars.
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Delay in Spring Planting from Winter Weather

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Some farmers are delaying planting because of the recent wet weather. More>>

Gray Wolf Numbers Hold Steady

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An annual study on the Gray Wolf show the population is remaining steady while livestock kills are down.
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Backflips and Beatdowns 4

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Motorcycle Freestyle meets Mixed Martial Arts for the fourth time at MetraPark's Rimrock Auto Arena tomorrow night. More>>

Slumberland Gives Back

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The Center for Children and Families receives a nice donation from Slumberland Furniture. More>>

New Addition to ZooMontana

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A new animal has found its home at ZooMontana. More>>

Forum to Help Fight Investment Fraud

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The AARP, along with several state agencies, are hosting a forum to help consumers fight investment fraud. More>>

Former Glendive Chamber Employee Charged with Embezzlement

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A former Glendive Chamber of Commerce Executive Director is charged with embezzlement. More>>

Coroner Identifies Man in Shepherd Accident

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Yellowstone County Coroner identifies the man who died Thursday after his car crashed into the Yellowstone River. More>>

Fashion Friday: Children's Clothes for Easter

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Easter is right around the corner. KULR-8's Katie Owen interviewed Rimrock Mall Marketing Manager, Vicki-Lynn Terpstra on Friday morning. More>>

Friday's Evening Headlines: Graham Sentenced; Malmstrom Commander Resigns; Gov. Declares Moment of Silence

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Here are some stories making headlines Friday evening across the region: Graham Sentenced; Malmstrom Commander Resigns; Gov. Declares Moment of Silence More>>

Wednesday's Evening Headlines: Naked Juice Changes Label; Montana Prepared for Zombies; Latest Landslide Numbers

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Here are some stories making headlines Wednesday evening around the region: Naked Juice Changes Label; Montana Prepared for Zombies; Latest Landslide Numbers More>>

Tuesday's Evening Headlines: Graham Withdraws Plea; Murder-Suicide; 14-Year-Old Suspected in Murder

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Here are some stories making headlines around the region Tuesday evening: Graham Withdraws Plea; Murder-Suicide; 14-Year-Old Suspected in Murder More>>

Monday Evening's Headlines: Mudslide Death Toll Rises; Briggs Pleads Not Guilty; Bear Attack Survivor

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Here are some stories making headlines around the region Monday evening: Mudslide Death Toll Rises; Briggs Pleads Not Guilty; Bear Attack Survivor More>>

Friday's Evening Headlines: Mysterious Death, Montana Not Enforcing Energy Rules, March Madness

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Here are some stories making headlines Friday evening around the region: Mysterious Death, Montana Not Enforcing Energy Rules, March Madness More>>

Thursday Evening's Headlines: Bomb Threat, West Yellowstone Corruption, Serial Killer Makes Appearance

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Here are some stories making headlines Thursday evening around the region: Bomb Threat, West Yellowstone Corruption, Serial Killer Makes Appearance More>>

Wednesday Evening's Headlines: Stabbing, Retirement Savings, Helicopter Crash Hits Home

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Here are some stories making headlines Wednesday around the region: Stabbing, Retirement Savings, Helicopter Crash Hits Home More>>

Tuesday Evening's Headlines: Seattle Helicopter Crash, St. Patrick's Day, WSU Fires Coach

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Here are some of the stories making headlines Tuesday evening around the region: Seattle Helicopter Crash, St. Patrick's Day, WSU Fires Coach More>>

Monday's Evening Headlines: Hammer Victim Dies; WWII Vet Honored; Fukushima Slideshow

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Here are some of the stories making headlines Monday evening around the region: Hammer Victim Dies; WWII Vet Honored; Fukushima Slideshow More>>

Friday's Evening Headlines: Avalanche Victim's Honored, Hells Angels Return, Cold Case Charges

Scene of double fatality on I-15 Scene of double fatality on I-15
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Here are some of the stories making headlines Friday evening around the region: Avalanche Victim's Honored, Hells Angels Return, Cold Case Charges More>>

Alternative Weight Loss Options

Strides in health care have allowed specialists to re-invent the wheel when it comes to losing weight. As KULR-8's Kyle Benton reports, many different options are available right here at home. More>>

Student Suspended for BB Gun

A West High School student is suspended, after a BB gun was discovered in a vehicle on school property on Thursday. School District Two Executive Director of Leadership, Kathy Olson, reports the student More>>

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