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The first checks are going out in the Cobell Settlement, the federal land buyback program. More>>

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Enterovirus Watch

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is monitoring the spread of enterovirus across the nation. As of September 15, the CDC confirmed more than 100 cases nationwide, with Illinois and Missouri being particularly hard hit. Last week, Riverstone Health announced Montana's first case in Yellowstone County. According to the CDC, this particular strain - D68 - has been known for more than 50 years, but it is uncommon in the United States. Mild symptoms are similar to a classic cold, incl... More>>

Man Shot Tuesday Morning

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A man is in the hospital, and Billings Police are searching for a shooting suspect. More>>

SD2 School Board Update

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Here's a quick update from Monday's school board meeting.


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Self-Guided Snowmobiling Is Back at Yellowstone

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For the first time in a decade, people will be able to snowmobile in Yellowstone without a guide this winter.

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Congress Trying to Avoid Another Government Shutdown

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Congress has 15 days before the government runs out of money unless it can reach a budget agreement for the 2015 fiscal year.
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Retired Vet Gets Helping Hand from Park Rangers

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Park rangers from Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and Little Bighorn National Park teamed up to help retired Vietnam veteran Edward Denny. More>>

Billings Considered Very Livable City

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Most Montanans would agree, the Treasure State has several great places to live, and a new ranking says so too. According to Livability.com, Montana has four cities in the top 100 including Billings, Bozeman, Helena and Missoula. More>>

2014 Property Reappraisal Roadshow

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The state of Montana is getting ready to redo your property tax appraisal. The state is holding a "2014 Property Reappraisal Roadshow." More>>

Propane Leak Likely Cause of Roberts House Fire

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We now have a cause of the fire that happened over the weekend that destroyed a home in Roberts. More>>

Private Schools See Increased Enrollment

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Administrators say the private schools in our area offer alternative education options for families. And those local schools, just like others, are seeing an increase in students. More>>

Is Your Furnace Ready for Winter?

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Furnaces will soon be firing up around the Magic City, and there are a few things to keep in mind before autumn arrives. More>>

Montana Third for Deer Collisions

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This may come as no surprise to you, but Montana is near the tops in the U.S. list for most deer collisions. More>>

Cody Man Killed by Falling Tree

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A Cody man was killed by a falling tree. More>>

Audubon Conservation Education Center Offers Weekend Nature Getaway

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Katy Hedtke, a naturalist at the Montana Audubon Conservation Education Center, said nature is awesome and it's good for kids to get out and experience it. Nancy Ruff took her grandchildren out for a canoe ride.
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Lucky's Market Offers Free Kids' Activities

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You're out shopping and your kids are excited about going to the grocery store. Sounds like a dream for many parents, right?
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Parade of Homes Offers a Little Bit of Everything

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From floor plans, decorating idea, and the newest home technology, the Parade of Homes Tour is the tour for anyone looking to spruce their home, apartment, or loft. 16 homes are open for public viewing.
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Starbucks Opening New Location

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As Billings grows, businesses continue to increase their presence throughout the city. Starbucks is opening a new location on Grand Ave. The manager of the store said he's excited for the doors to open, September 15th, and hopes people throughout the community come check it out. More>>

Male vs. Female Black Bears Video

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Wildlife officials are asking hunters to help them preserve the female black bear population this season. More>>

NFL Tailgate Tour Stops in Billings

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NFL Network Thursday Night Football Tailgate Tour made a stop in Billings
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Roberts House Fire

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An evening fire in Roberts destroyed a home on Friday night. More>>

Coal Appreciation Day

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Count on Coal Montana hosted Coal Appreciation Day at MetraPark. Many people, all supporters of coal and the coal industry, stopped by the event to learn more about one of Montana's biggest natural resources. More>>

Is Your Child's Car Seat Installed Correctly?

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80% of car seats are not as secure as they should be, according to Safe Kids Yellowstone County.  Free child car seat checks are given every second Saturday of the month.
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RMC Students Clean Up the Yellowstone River

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The Yellowstone River, although beautiful, is filled with tons of garbage. Rocky Mountain College decided to take action. More>>

There is Hope For Sexual Assault Victims

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These are crimes of secrecy and so frequently there's very little evidence beyond the victim's testimony and we don't ever want the victims to stand alone when they go to trial." Ann-Marie McKittrick, a former Senior Deputy County Attorney for Yellowstone County said. More>>

Fire Investigators Get Training in New Techniques

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The field of fire investigations is always changing so staying up-to-date is important.
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Lockwood Schools Practice Evacuation Drill

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It's the first time in a long time Lockwood Schools have had a full evacuation drill to MetraPark, according to the superintendent. More>>

Kid Fights Cancer #LikeaBoss

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September is pediatric cancer awareness month.Everyday 46 children are diagnosed with cancer in the U.S., but it's a disease left severely under-funded. More>>

AmeriCorps Members Garden for Independence Hall

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Thursday was a national day of service and remembrance in honor of 9/11. In Billings, AmeriCorps members spent the morning tending to the veteran's garden at Independence Hall in the Billings Heights.
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Fashion Friday Goes to Rimrock Mall

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KULR-8's Erin Clanahan visits Rimrock Mall for Fashion Friday. More>>

9/11 Memorial at City College

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City College hosted a remembrance service at Montana's 9/11 Memorial Thursday morning. ROTC cadets raised a flag to half staff, firefighters and police sounded sirens, and police department leaders placed wreaths in front of the memorial, which features a 600 pound steel I-beam from the Twin Towers.Dr. Mark Nook, the chancellor at MSU-Billings, spoke about his memory of 9/11. He also spoke about how one of the new tasks for professors is teaching about the events to students who are young eno... More>>

25th Annual McGuire Memorial Conference on Family Violence

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The McGuire Memorial Conference on Family Violence is in its 25th year. The conference began after a shocking murder, suicide event occurred in Billings. More>>

A New Generation Remembers 9/11

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Although the images of 9/11 seem, to some of us, as if it were yesterday and still so vivid, an entirely new generation has grown up since that fateful day.


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Billings Community Commemorates Fallen Heroes

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Our community has been coming together for 13 years to remember the fallen, ever since the terror attacks against our nation. More>>

Two Women, One Goal

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Stephanie Iron Shooter and Trista Jackson have both been impacted by suicide. More>>

Bullet Hole Through Child's Bedroom

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Park County Sheriff's deputies need your help after they answered a call about an apparent bullet hole in the side of a child's upstairs bedroom. More>>

SD2 Redistricting Team Encourages Public Input

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The SD2 redistricting committee had its first planning meeting Wednesday night, giving members an overview of the goals of redistricting. More>>

One Lab Confirmed Case of Enterovirus in Montana

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Health officials say there is one laboratory confirmed case in Montana of the respiratory virus that has hospitalized children in multiple states. More>>

Billings Teacher in the Running for $100,000

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A Billings teacher has a one-in-three chance to get $100,000 for her school, and you can help make it happen. More>>

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Preparing Your Garden for a Cold Snap

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This quick cold snap is a reminder to start protecting our gardens for the seasons ahead, but what effect will these cold days have on your outdoor plants?
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Will You Vote for the Safety Levy?

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As the city's population rises -- so does the cost to keep it safe. More>>

Local Business Relocating to Shiloh Crossing

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SCHEELS isn't the only business to leave Rimrock Mall for Shiloh Crossing. One local business was unable to renew its lease with no back-up plan for relocation... Like a good wine though, their story keeps getting better and better.
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New Streetlights in Lockwood

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Streetlights are going up in Lockwood. More>>

SD2 Redistricting Forum

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School District Two holds its first community forum about the current redistricting project.


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Sanchez Sentenced to Prison on Unrelated Case to Death of Deputy

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The man accused of killing a deputy during a high speed chase in August will be going to prison for 20 years but not for that crime. More>>

Grand Avenue, 27th Street Construction on Schedule

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A few projects are in progress on two of the city's busiest streets.
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Governor Takes Step to Protect Sage Grouse

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Governor Steve Bullock is taking steps to try to protect the sage grouse. More>>

Superintendent Launches New Common Core Video Project

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Superintendent Denise Juneau launches the "Montanans for the Common Core Video Project" during her 2014 back to school tour. More>>

Walmart Gun Theft Suspect in Custody

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Billings Police confirm the suspect in Sunday's Walmart gun theft is in custody in Silver Bow County. More>>

AARP Opposes Ending Same-Day Voter Registration

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A legislative referendum has been proposed that would eliminate Montana's election day voter registration. AARP is out to oppose it More>>

Archery Season Increases Hunting Businesses

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The anticipation is over for Montana bow hunters, archery season is officially open. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks expects 40,000 licenses to be sold this season,which is about on track with last year. More>>

Fund Established to Help Girl Hurt in Plane Crash

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A GoFundMe account has been created to offset medical costs for the 11-year-old passenger injured in last week's plane crash outside of Great Falls. More>>

SD2 Getting Ready for Redistricting Discussion

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It's been three decades since School District Two has been redistricted and the official language was discussed again Monday ahead of Tuesday's forum. More>>

Vigil for Stabbing Victim

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A candlelight vigil was held tonight to honor Ruth Martinez, who died from multiple stab wounds early Friday morning. More>>

Fighting Allergies

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It's been a difficult couple of weeks for some seasonal allergy sufferers. Grass and weed pollen counts have been high recently, but there are some things people can do - or avoid - to limit their exposure and lessen their symptoms. That favorite sweater that needs to be dry cleaned? It might be a good idea to keep it on the shelf for a few weeks. Clothing can easily collect allergens. "Hair, clothes, skin - they all pick up pollen, pollutants, irritants," says immunologist Dr. Kathleen Davis... More>>

Standoff Suspect in Custody, Taken to Hospital

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Billings Police and the SWAT team negotiated a standoff after responding to reports of shots being fired earlier Monday.
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Billings Police Department Adds Two New Officers

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The Billings Police Department is adding two officers to the force.


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Snow Forecasted to Hit Mid-Week

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It was sunny and warm Monday, but meteorologists are saying the temperature won't stay like this all week. More>>

UPDATE: Coroner Identifies Victim; Suspect Turns Herself In

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Billings Police say a 29-year old woman was fatally stabbed at a bar early Friday morning.
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A Picture Perfect Day

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The Rubber Duck Regatta was full of fun and excitement.  It raised more than $23,000.  Through all the fun and games, one family was able to create some memorable moments.  KULR-8's Cornelius Hocker gives you a peek into the Brien Family's picture perfect day. More>>

Rubber Duck Regatta Raised Big Money

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The Rubber Duck Regatta did it again. According to Big Sky Senior Services Executive Director Denise Armstrong, the Rubber Duck Regatta raised at least $23,000.
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Suspect Wanted in Connection with Wal Mart Assault and Theft

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 Billings Police Department needs your help.

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Economic Impact Expected at Shiloh Crossing

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With the grand opening of SCHEELS, business surrounding the mega store are optimistic their profits will increase.
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Rescued Cubs Up for Adoption to a Zoo

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Those two mountain lion kittens rescued from a fire could soon find a new home. More>>

Murderer Wants a Chance at Parole in Cody Triple Homicide

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A Cody man who plead guilty in his involvement in a triple murder wants a judge to change his prison sentence so he has a chance at parole. More>>

SCHEELS Grand Opening Draws a Huge Crowd

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After years in the making, SCHEELS opened it's store in Shiloh Crossing. The parking lot was packed and the store full. KULR-8's Cornelius Hocker walks you through the main area of the new store live. More>>

Stand Up To Cancer

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A cancer research fundraising event took place all over the United States and several countries.  Stand Up To Cancer is in its 6th year.
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Yellowstone Nearing End of Season

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Yellowstone National Park is on track to reach more than 3,000,000 visitors for about the 10th year in a row as the busy summer season comes to a close. More>>

Cell Phone Use in Billings Schools

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Distractions in the classroom these days go far beyond passing notes. More>>

Honoring Those Who Serve on Patriot's Day

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Men and women in uniform observe a minute of silence to honor fallen heroes. More>>

Adult Obesity Rates in Montana and Wyoming

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A new report on adult obesity rates ranks the Treasure State near the best in the nation. More>>

Fall Home Improvement Show Begins

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The Fall Home Improvement Show started Friday. This year, because of the major hail storm in May, there are a large number of booths featuring exterior renovations. More>>

Big Sky Coach Fired After Rape Accusations

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The Big Sky School District fired the girls' basketball coach charged with raping two players on the Lone Peak High School team. More>>

Senior High Celebrating 75th Anniversary

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The graduating class of 2015 will be the 75th class to graduate from Billings Senior High School. Throughout the school year, faculty and students will be hosting numerous events in honor of the milestone year.   
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Walgreens Robber Gets 4 Years in Prison

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A 22-year-old Billings man is sentenced for breaking into Walgreens and stealing hundreds of prescription pills. More>>

Mandatory Courses Implemented at Local College

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Kathy Kotecki, Dean of Students at Montana State University Billings, said Alcohol EDU and Haven provide MSU B students with more proactive education about topics that's known to challenge students and impact their ability to stay a student.
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Found Hikers Have Special Story to Share

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The Wyoming couple found after they went missing hiking in the Bighorn Mountains last week are now both home with their families. More>>

Bullock Visits Billing Elementary School to Talk Technology

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Governor Steve Bullock was at Eagle Cliffs Elementary school visiting a first grade class. More>>

Laurel Schools See Highest Enrollment Ever

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We know our community is growing, and the superintendent of Laurel Public Schools says the district is seeing the highest amount of student enrollment ever. More>>

School Board Member Resigns

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A School District 2 Board Member resigned on Thursday. Kathy Aragon stopped by KULR-8 News to explain why she resigned.She says she is upset the school district has not learned from its past mistakes such as in opening and closing schools. Her primary concern is we are building two new middle schools, they are going to have to be staffed and she thinks the redistrict plan will lead to school closures. More>>

Sheriff Releases the Names of Plane Crash Victims

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We have an update on the Tuesday's plane crash near Neihart.The Cascade County Sheriff's Office released the names of the passengers and they are all from Cascade County.The woman who died was 67-year-old Susan Majerus.Passengers 68-year-old Robert Majerus and 11-year-old Rachel Lukasik survived the crash along with the pilot 55-year-old Christopher Wilsey.Rachel was flown to a Salt lake City Burn Facility and the other two were taken to Benefis Hospital.The sheriff did not know the condition... More>>

Absentee Voting

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Election Day is two months away, but chances are, if you're a voter, you will have cast your ballot before then. Bret Rutherford, the election administrator for Yellowstone County, says there are around 75,000 active voters in the county, and around 50,000 of them are on the absentee list. "(They) will be mailed a ballot on October 6. That number will increase as the candidates and the parties are out hitting the streets .You'll start to see the mailers in the mailboxes encouraging you to abs... More>>

Race To Election Day

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With Labor Day in the rear view mirror, political campaign season heads into full swing. Montana's U.S. Senate race featured attack ads even before the primary elections against the presumed general election candidates. But the landscape of the race was transformed when Senator John Walsh withdrew. For the last few weeks, the airwaves have been relatively quiet as far as campaign ads go. Dr. Paul Pope, a political science professor at MSU-Billings, expects that trend to change soon. "It's goi... More>>

Election Analysis

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This election year, Montana voters will do something they haven't done in nearly four decades - elect a new U.S. Senator and a new member of the U.S. House of Representatives in the same election year. Representative Steve Daines might remain a part of the state's congressional delegation, but in a different role - leaving Montana with a freshman in each chamber for the first time since 1976, when voters first elected John Melcher to the U.S. Senate and Ron Marlenee to the U.S. House. Since t... More>>

Lockwood Fire "Breaks Ground"

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A project that has been years in the making broke ground Wednesday, and now, the Lockwood community can start building a brand new firehouse.


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Police: Man Under Influence Caused 3-Car Accident

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A man involved in a three-car accident on Monday night in Billings is facing two felonies and three misdemeanors. More>>

Food Trucks: What You Need to Know and Where You Can Find Them

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Big Guy BBQ, based in Lockwood, is part of a growing number of food trucks in Yellowstone County. Co-Owner Mary Beth Beaulieu said the community has rallied around the ideas of food trucks. Beaulieu said her, and other trucks, can be spotted at many events across the state because their one year licenses work anywhere in Montana. More>>

Proposed Changes to Parole Board Could Affect Beach Case

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Some major changes for the Montana board of pardons and parole are being considered. More>>

Budget Approved for Addition to Jail

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Talks of adding a new wing to the Yellowstone County Detention Facility have been ongoing for years. At a meeting last night, commissioners approved the budget needed to make that happen.

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Couple Found on Alive on Mountain

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Good news as a couple who went missing hiking in the Bighorn Mountains last week has been found alive. More>>

Montana Worst in Nation for School Absenteeism

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Montana is at the top of the list for a dubious ranking -- school attendance. More>>

New Citizens Sworn in at Yellowstone National Park

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Out of the millions of visitors Yellowstone National Park sees annually, many come from countries around the world. On Wednesday, the park held a first of it's kind ceremony as dozens of people from different corners of the globe were sworn in as U.S. citizens. More>>

Elysian School Renovation and Construction

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Elysian School had a busy summer with construction and renovations.
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Tips for Safe Online Shopping

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From major companies like Home Depot, Target and Albertsons -- to every day people -- data breaches are becoming more and more common. If you are shopping or banking online, experts have a few tips to keep your data safe.If you're using a phone, start by assigning a passcode, and turn off your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi when you're not at home. Using different passwords for every account is also a good idea, according to CNN Money. Before entering your card details online, make sure there is a lock ... More>>

Mammoth Students Funding

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Wyoming students who live in Yellowstone are one step closer to an assured public education. The Park County Wyoming boundary board Monday voted to extend Powell School District's boundary to include kids who live in Mammoth. That allows Wyoming to pay the Gardiner, Montana school district, which is nearby, to educate the students.  More>>

New Hotels in Billings Show Growth

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Billings already has thousands of hotel rooms and guess what? More are on their way. More>>

Serious Comedy Approach to Anti-Bullying

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Keith Deltano is a funny guy with a unique approach to anti-bullying. More>>

Big Sky Coach Charged with Rape

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Lone Peak girl's basketball coach Cyle Kokot made his initial appearance in court this morning at the Gallatin County Court house after being charged with two counts of rape. More>>

UPDATE: Fatal Small Plane Crash Near Neihart

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We have breaking news out of Great Falls. A FAA official says a small plane with four people aboard crashed about 30 miles southeast of Great Falls early this afternoon. More>>

Former State Senate Candidate Pleads Not Guilty

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A former state senate candidate pleads not guilty in court today. More>>

Survivor Shares What Relay Means to Her

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Alex Everhart is a survivor of over eight years.Being in the medical field, Everhart had seen what cancer could do to people. However, when she was diagnosed, she said it was like her worst nightmare and it was something she never imagined would happen to her.Everhart said Relay to her is a place where she was able to find support because there were people, just like her, battling and fighting the disease to which so many succumb.Everhart continues to fight for herself and her family. More>>

More Rocks to Come Tumbling Down Video included

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To make Zimmerman Trail safe for the public to travel, rock remediation was deemed necessary. 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

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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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