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Billings Mayor Candidate: Jeff Essmann Video included

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Six people are hoping to take the reins as the next mayor of Billings. Q2 has invited all of the candidates to join us on Montana This Morning for a live interview. 

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Sauce Boss spices up annual Billings food event with gumbo and tunes Video included

The Sauce Boss provides a spicey performance (MTN News) The Sauce Boss provides a spicey performance (MTN News)
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The annual Taste of Summer sampling and sipping event in Billings will feature a little extra spice this year. 

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Q2 Weather: Sunny and warm seems to be a common theme the next few days Video included

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Thursday is another day where sunshine and warmer temperatures remain the main weather picture for Billings Montana. The temperature in Billings has already made its way up into the upper 80s in the early afternoon looking for a high into the low 90s. Most of the state will be safe from severe thunderstorms on Thursday.

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After delays, Billings South Park "splash pad" back on track

Workers with General Contractors Construction were on the job in South Park Wednesday, working on the creation of a “splash pad” between the South Park playground and swimming pool. (Ed Kemmick/Last Best News) Workers with General Contractors Construction were on the job in South Park Wednesday, working on the creation of a “splash pad” between the South Park playground and swimming pool. (Ed Kemmick/Last Best News)
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Users of South Park in Billings have been waiting a long time for their new “splash pad,” also known as a sprayground, where kids can cool off among a variety of fountains, jets and other water features. 

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Poplar woman sentenced to prison for killing baby, dumping body Video included

Olson was murdered in 2016 (MTN News) Olson was murdered in 2016 (MTN News)
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The Poplar woman who admitted she beat a 1-year-old baby to death and disposed of her body after smoking methamphetamine with a friend last year was sentenced to prison on Wednesday. 

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Two lightning caused fires spark near Roundup

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Two new lightning caused fires sparked late this afternoon near Roundup in Musselshell County. The larger fire, called the Bruner Mountain Fire, is an estimated 100 acres in size and is burning east of the Signal Peak Coal Mine in the Bull Mountains.  Up to a dozen homes are threatened.

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Montana Supreme Court Justice Mike Wheat retiring

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Montana Supreme Court Justice Mike Wheat plans to retire at the end of this year, creating a vacancy on the seven-member high court.

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Montana Medicaid care-providers sound off against proposed rate cuts Video included

Janessa Hendon of Consumer Direct Care Network, Missoula Janessa Hendon of Consumer Direct Care Network, Missoula
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Private providers of care for the elderly, disabled and other low-income clients in Montana blasted a proposed rate cut for their services Thursday, saying it will further undercut already stressed community-based care.  

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Why Twitter is struggling to add users

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On any given day, President Trump may use Twitter to break news on policies, taunt North Korea's dictator, slam the media and react to countless cable news segments. All eyes are on Twitter each day. And yet that attention is not translating into any sustained growth in Twitter's user base. 

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Jeff Bezos dethrones Bill Gates as world's richest person

Bezos has been hailed as the smartest guy in business for turning a bookselling platform into a disruptive force that has flipped traditional retail on its head. (CNN image) Bezos has been hailed as the smartest guy in business for turning a bookselling platform into a disruptive force that has flipped traditional retail on its head. (CNN image)
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Just over two decades ago Jeff Bezos started selling books online from his garage. Today, the Amazon CEO is the richest person on Earth. 

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Cause of Sage Hills Fire near Lockwood undetermined

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The cause of the Sage Hills Fire that scorched more than 1,200 acres near Lockwood remains unclear. 

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The August solar eclipse: There's an app for that

Solar Eclipse by Redshift provides well-rendered sky views of the eclipse as seen from any location. Drag the slider at the bottom of the screen to watch the moon move across the sun at user-defined intervals. (Solar Eclipse by Redshift screenshot) Solar Eclipse by Redshift provides well-rendered sky views of the eclipse as seen from any location. Drag the slider at the bottom of the screen to watch the moon move across the sun at user-defined intervals. (Solar Eclipse by Redshift screenshot)
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For eclipse enthusiasts, amateur astronomers and those with just a passing interest in the Aug. 21 coast-to-coast solar eclipse, look no further than your web browser or smartphone to learn how to make the most of this rare and spectacular event. Three smartphone/tablet apps stand out: Eclipse Safari (free), Solar Eclipse by Redshift ($1.99), and Smithsonian Eclipse 2017 (free). All three are available for Android and iOS. Eclipse Safari comes from the makers of Sky S... More>>

Flash, boom: Be aware of lightning danger when thunderstorms approach Video included

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With summer fully upon us and thunderstorms in the forecast, it’s a good time to remember lightning is a dangerous force of nature.

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Wyoming athlete develops unconventional program to help drug addicts

By putting people's hearts under extreme pressure, Ryan Burke believes he can retrain their brains. (CBS News photo) By putting people's hearts under extreme pressure, Ryan Burke believes he can retrain their brains. (CBS News photo)
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Lawmakers and activists are exploring new ways to treat substance abuse as the opioid crisis sweeps across the nation.  A world-class athlete has developed an unconventional approach in Wyoming by taking addicts outdoors and exposing them to the elements to help them recover.  Jackson Hole is one of the most exclusive resort locations in the world. It's a destination for extreme wealth and extreme athletes. The combination of skiing, climbing and hiking migh...

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Billings woman identified as victim of fatal Rims fall Video included

Rescue crews were at the scene of an incident on the Rims on Tuesday. (MTN News/Dustin Klemann photo) Rescue crews were at the scene of an incident on the Rims on Tuesday. (MTN News/Dustin Klemann photo)
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The Yellowstone County Coroner's Office on Thursday released the name of the woman who was found dead at the base of the Rims below Swords Park. 

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Zinke warns Alaska Senator Murkowski that Trump "wasn't pleased" with her health care vote Video included

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke delivered a warning to Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski about her vote the health care bill. (MTN News file photo) Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke delivered a warning to Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski about her vote the health care bill. (MTN News file photo)
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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke delivered a warning to Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski about her vote the health care bill.

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Police: Missoula officers were waiting for backup when murder suspect shot himself Video included

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A man who authorities believe killed a woman in Jefferson City over the weekend died Tuesday night during a traffic stop in Missoula.

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State OKs exploration drilling near Yellowstone National Park

(Photo: Greater Yellowstone Coalition) (Photo: Greater Yellowstone Coalition)
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The Montana Department of Environmental Quality granted an exploration license to Lucky Minerals Inc. on Wednesday.

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Father of 2 feels ‘great’ after surviving 98 cancerous brain tumors

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A 46-year-old from Monument is beating the odds. He once feared he had just weeks to live. But five years later, the melanoma that spread to his brain is in remission.

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Analyst: Montana has "systemic problem” funding critical infrastructure Video included

Patrick Barkey of University of Montana’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research. (MTN News photo) Patrick Barkey of University of Montana’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research. (MTN News photo)
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Economists said Montana’s job market is in good shape, but some business owners are seeing weaker earnings.

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Q2 Weather: Thunderstorms in the area later today Video included

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An upper level high pressure system will circulate precipitation into the region later today, providing a chance for some passing showers or thunderstorms. 

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Tainted liquor may be responsible for tourist's death in Mexico, authorities say

Abbey Conner died at a resort in Mexico after allegedly drinking tainted alcohol.  CBS NEWS Abbey Conner died at a resort in Mexico after allegedly drinking tainted alcohol. CBS NEWS
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Mexico is the top international destination for U.S. travelers; nearly 30 million Americans visited the country last year alone.   

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Agritourism could mean more revenue for Montana ranchers and farmers Video included

Agritourism could generate more revenue for producers. Agritourism could generate more revenue for producers.
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The Montana Farmer's Union says agritourism could bring in extra revenue for producers by connecting enterprise with agproducers through tourism.

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1 dead, 7 injured after ride malfunctions at Ohio State Fair, authorities say Video included

The scene at Ohio State Fair where one person died after a ride malfunction on Wed., July 26, 2017. @ONTHELAMM/TWITTER The scene at Ohio State Fair where one person died after a ride malfunction on Wed., July 26, 2017. @ONTHELAMM/TWITTER
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One man was killed and several others were injured when a ride malfunctioned at the Ohio State Fair on Wednesday.

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One-armed clown wielding machete arrested in Maine

Maine State Police arrested a 31-year-old man after he was found wandering around town in a clown mask while wielding a machete.  MAINE STATE POLICE Maine State Police arrested a 31-year-old man after he was found wandering around town in a clown mask while wielding a machete. MAINE STATE POLICE
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Police in Maine arrested a 31-year-old man after he was reported wearing a clown mask and wielding a machete. 

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Go ahead and jump: Butte gearing up for Evel Knievel Days Video included

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Butte is getting fired up for Evel Knievel Days which opens Thursday in Uptown. 

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Daines, Tester react to Trump's military ban on transgender people Video included

Daines, Tester Daines, Tester
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President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he plans to reinstate a ban on transgender individuals from serving "in any capacity" in the US armed forces.

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Lodgepole Complex fires now at 62% contained, size of blazes holding steady Video included

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Firefighters earned a large jump in containment of the Lodgepole Complex fires in Garfield and Petroleum Counties on Wednesday.

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Transgender soldier: 'I felt like I had just gotten fired via tweet'

Patricia King says she felt like she was 'fired via tweet' on Wednesday. Patricia King says she felt like she was 'fired via tweet' on Wednesday.
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After serving their country for years all it took was a few tweets on Wednesday to upend their lives. 

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Gibb named Billings Clinic CEO Video included

Dr. Randall Gibb Dr. Randall Gibb
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Dr. Randall Gibb takes the interim off his title of CEO Billings Clinic

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Apple supplier to invest $10 billion, 13,000 jobs in United States

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Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturer that makes electronics for Apple and other tech companies, is coming to Wisconsin.

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Proposed voter-initiative on transgender bathroom use ready for signatures Video included

Jeff Laszloffy, president, MT Family Foundation Jeff Laszloffy, president, MT Family Foundation
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A proposed initiative to prohibit transgender people from using the public bathroom or locker room of their choice in Montana has been approved for signature-gathering – the first step toward placing it on the 2018 Montana ballot. 

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Q2 Weather: The temperatures are on the way back to the hot stuff Video included

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Wednesday has turned into another day of sunny skies, filtered with a thin layer of smoke and warming temperatures for the city of Billings. 

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Man who kidnapped and raped Poplar 4-year-old sentenced to prison Video included

Lieba was sentenced to prison on Wednesday (MTN News) Lieba was sentenced to prison on Wednesday (MTN News)
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The man convicted at trial of kidnapping a 4-year-old Poplar girl from a park and raping her before leaving her for dead was sentenced on Wednesday to federal prison. 

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Repeal-only measure of Obamacare fails in Senate

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The Senate has defeated the so-called "repeal and delay" amendment which would roll back Obamacare without a replacement in place is defeated in the Senate. 

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Billings woman struck by train on Southside Video included

The woman was hit by the train on the Billings Southside (MTN News) The woman was hit by the train on the Billings Southside (MTN News)
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A woman remarkably suffered just minor injuries, according to Billings police, when she was struck by a slow-moving train on Wednesday afternoon. 

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It's Flathead Cherry season! Video included

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It's that time of the year again and millions of pounds of cherries are being plucked from the trees along Flathead Lake.

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Murder suspect dies during arrest in Missoula

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A man who authorities believe killed a woman in Jefferson City over the weekend died Tuesday night during a traffic stop in Missoula. 

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Trump announces ban on transgender service members in military Video included

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President Trump announced in a Wednesday morning tweet that transgender people will not be allowed to serve in "any capacity" in the United States military. 

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Lodgepole Complex Fire Update for Wednesday, July 26 Video included

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Containment of the massive Lodgepole Complex Fire has reached 34 percent.

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Doctor offers tips to lessen exposure as air quality worsens Video included

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Populations of patients who are prone to develop respiratory problems include children, pregnant women, and anybody with respiratory problems like asthma or COPD.

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Fannie Sperry: Montana’s famous cowgirl Video included

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Fannie Sperry, one of Montana’s best-known cowgirls, was raised on a ranch near the Gates of the Mountains and was on a horse before she could even walk.

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Actor Jeff Bridges joins Yellowstone's “A Bear Doesn’t Care” campaign

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Yellowstone National Park is trying to increase the number of people carrying bear spray and Jeff Bridges wants to help.

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2 women reported as walk-aways from Billings pre-release Video included

Bethany Rose Freemont Bethany Rose Freemont
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Two women reportedly walked away from the Passages Women's Program pre-release center in Billings. 

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Lodgepole Complex Fire grows to 270K acres, firefighters gain ground on containment Video included

Courtesy: Monte Wiebke Courtesy: Monte Wiebke
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The Lodgepole Complex Fires grew another 20,000 acres since Monday, but firefighters also gained ground. 

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Texas pastor charged with sexually assaulting child

Hollis Vaughn  CBS AFFILIATE KHOU Hollis Vaughn CBS AFFILIATE KHOU
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A Houston pastor has been charged with sexually abusing a child repeatedly over the course of several years.

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Anaconda stabbing leads to attempted murder charge

Justice Eckert, 21, of Redmond, Ore., is accused of stabbing a man with a pocket knife at least five times during a fight outside a bar. Justice Eckert, 21, of Redmond, Ore., is accused of stabbing a man with a pocket knife at least five times during a fight outside a bar.
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An Oregon man was charged with felony attempted deliberate homicide in connection with stabbing a man outside an Anaconda bar.

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Montana bookkeeper sent to prison for embezzling nearly $500k for NCAA tickets, vacations, lingerie

Crumley was sentenced to prison for embezzlement (Facebook) Crumley was sentenced to prison for embezzlement (Facebook)
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A Great Falls bookkeeper who spent the half a million dollars she embezzled on NCAA Final Four tickets, Victoria’s Secret, and lavish vacations to Miami where she even rented a Ferrari was sentenced to prison on Tuesday and ordered to pay restitution.

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Solar Eclipse: Countdown to Montana's darkest day

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On August 21, a total solar eclipse will pass over North America, the first time one has crossed completely over the continent since 1979.

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House passes Russia sanctions bill that blocks WH from weakening them

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he House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill giving Congress the power to block any effort by the White House to weaken sanctions on Russia, offering a direct challenge to President Donald Trump's authority.

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Woman runs red light, causes two-vehicle crash in downtown Billings Video included

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A Billings woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday after running a red light in downtown.

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Gov’s office: $70M in `triggered’ state budget cuts will occur Video included

State Budget Director Dan Vills State Budget Director Dan Vills
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As expected, the state must implement widespread budget cuts triggered by lower-than-projected tax revenue, Gov. Steve Bullock’s budget director announced Tuesday. 

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Report: CTE discovered in 99% of studied brains from deceased NFL players

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Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, known as CTE, was found in 99% of deceased NFL players' brains that were donated to scientific research, according to a study published Tuesday in the medical journal JAMA. 

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For second time, sex trafficking bust at Cheyenne Frontier Days nets suspects

Cheyenne Frontier Days (Cheyenne Tourism) Cheyenne Frontier Days (Cheyenne Tourism)
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For the second year in a row, a major sex trafficking ring was busted at Wyoming's Cheyenne Frontier Days. 

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Dozens without power in north Billings

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Dozens are without power Tuesday afternoon in the Gregory Hills subdivision in north Billings. 

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Mental health services facing big budget cuts in Montana Video included

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Providers of mental-health services in Montana say they’re bracing for reductions that could undermine local care for the mentally ill. 

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Glendive residents donate goods to firefighters at Lodgepole Complex

(Courtesy: Eliza Osterman Robertson) (Courtesy: Eliza Osterman Robertson)
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Donations are pouring in from around the state to help firefighters battling the Lodgepole Complex fires.

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Evacuations lifted for residents in Lodgepole Complex fire area

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Evacuations have been lifted for property owners in the Lodgepole Complex fire zone area in Garfield County.

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Poplar man who served 2 years in prison for raping unconscious girl arrested for new violation

Longee was convicted of raping a 13-year-old girl (SVOR) Longee was convicted of raping a 13-year-old girl (SVOR)
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A Poplar man who was accused of sexual assaults by multiple women and spent two years in federal prison for raping an unconscious teenage girl appeared in court on Monday to have his sentence revoked. 

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Buffalo Fire in south central Montana could merge with Wyoming fire

The Buffalo fire could merge with the Stallion Fire (Inciweb) The Buffalo fire could merge with the Stallion Fire (Inciweb)
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A fire reported Monday in south central Montana has crossed state lines into Wyoming, according to a Tuesday update from the Incident Management website. 

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Body recovered from base of Rims below Billings park Video included

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The body of a woman was found Tuesday at the bottom of the Billings Rims below Swords Park.

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Idaho mother sentenced for neglect after daughter drowns in bathtub

Kelsee Flatland was originally charged with involuntary manslaughter, but the charge was amended to felony injury to a child as part of a plea agreement. Kelsee Flatland was originally charged with involuntary manslaughter, but the charge was amended to felony injury to a child as part of a plea agreement.
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A 27-year-old mother will spend 100 days in jail after her 1-year-old daughter drowned in a bathtub last September.

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Wildlife area along Bighorn River set to expand

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The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks said Tuesday the acquisition of a 425-acre addition to the Grant Marsh Wildlife Management Area seven miles north of Hardin was recently completed.

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Wildfire Relief: Here’s how you can help

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The Lodgepole Complex Fire west of Sand Springs, Montana has grown to over 226,000 acres over the last four days.

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Is the GOP's health care plan still doomed?

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The Senate will vote Tuesday afternoon to open a floor debate on health care reform, but the gap between what conservatives and moderates want could still doom any final product. 

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New wildfire burning near Seeley Lake

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Crews are tackling a new wildfire that's burning on the Lolo National Forest.

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Boy shot while hunting gophers in Clarkston Video included

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An accidental shooting happened in Clarkston Monday when a young man was shot in the arm with a .22 caliber rifle.

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Video of teacher’s confrontation with Border Patrol agent goes viral

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Video of a San Diego teacher's tense confrontation with Border Patrol agents at a checkpoint in New Mexico has gone viral after she was asked if she was an American citizen.

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Montana Made: Belgrade company turns trash to treasure Video included

Customers sometimes need a little education before they see what StoneTek is all about. Customers sometimes need a little education before they see what StoneTek is all about.
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Shane and Shawn Petersen know tile and stone - they've installed them for more than 20 years - that is until 2011 and a trip to Vegas.

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New "James Bond" movie announced, but no word yet on who will star

The new movie will be the 25th in the Bond franchise. The new movie will be the 25th in the Bond franchise.
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A new James Bond film will hit theaters in 2019, but it's not clear yet who will play the debonair spy in the franchise's latest movie.

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92-year-old veteran attacked while protecting American flag

World War II veteran Howard Banks, 92, is legally blind, but his memory is sharp. (CBS photos) World War II veteran Howard Banks, 92, is legally blind, but his memory is sharp. (CBS photos)
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Police are searching for the suspect who pushed an elderly veteran as he was protecting the American flag outside his home.

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Infant pinned in Downtown Billings rollover crash sent to Salt Lake City hospital Video included

The baby was pinned under the SUV (MTN News) The baby was pinned under the SUV (MTN News)
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An 8-month-old baby was transported to a hospital in Salt Lake City after the infant was ejected and pinned under a car during a crash in Downtown Billings on Monday. 

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Dakota Zoo receives first ever white buffalo

For the first time ever, the Dakota Zoo is welcoming a white buffalo. (KX News) For the first time ever, the Dakota Zoo is welcoming a white buffalo. (KX News)
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For the first time ever, the Dakota Zoo is welcoming a white buffalo. 

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Family's ranch saved from Lodgepole fires thanks to tight-knit community Video included

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The Lodgepole Fires has devastated the livelihood of many farmers and ranchers, but locals say the community spirit remains strong.

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Police: Naked man climbs 300-foot crane, drops heavy objects

An object is seen falling from a crane that police in Hollywood, Florida say 27-year-old Travis Bernard stood atop, throwing items down on Sunday, July 23, 2017, for more than 10 hours.  CBS MIAMI An object is seen falling from a crane that police in Hollywood, Florida say 27-year-old Travis Bernard stood atop, throwing items down on Sunday, July 23, 2017, for more than 10 hours. CBS MIAMI
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Police negotiated for 10 hours Sunday with an allegedly suicidal man who stood atop a 300-foot construction crane, repeatedly throwing objects to the ground. 

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Autopsy scheduled for woman found dead in Jefferson County

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The Montana Department of Justice has been asked to assist in the investigation into the suspicious death of a woman found in the road near Jefferson City.  

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Great Falls woman charged with driving drunk with baby in car

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Jordan Rose Parocai has been charged in Great Falls after she was reportedly caught driving under the influence with a baby in the vehicle. 

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Lodgepole Complex fires swell to 250,000 acres, containment at 20% Video included

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Weather conditions provided hundreds of firefighters to gain ground on the Lodgepole Complex fires burning in Garfield County and Petroleum County in eastern Montana.

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Sen. John McCain to return to Senate Tuesday for health care vote

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona (CBS News photo) Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona (CBS News photo)
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Sen. John McCain, recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer, will make a dramatic return to the Senate Tuesday to cast a critical vote on health care legislation.

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Wisconsin tech company to install microchip in employees

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Three Square Market, a Wisconsin technology company, is offering to install a microchip in its employees. 

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Microsoft Paint could get erased after 32 years

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The iconic Paint application has landed on Microsoft's (MSFT, Tech30) list of "deprecated" features for future software releases.

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Monday Update: Lodgepole Complex Fire at 226,000 acres Video included

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The Northern Rockies Incident Management Team released this information on the Lodgepole Complex Fire on Monday morning:

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Wyoming's June Fire burns 2,000 acres in area west of Cody

The June Fire is burning west of Cody (Inciweb) The June Fire is burning west of Cody (Inciweb)
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The June Fire, which is burning close to 2,000 acres west of Cody, was 28 percent contained on Monday. 

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Facebook flare up over Wyo. police social media post about transients

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A Wyoming police department caused quite the stir on Facebook with a post discouraging people from giving money to transient people.

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Roundup man identified as "AK-47 Bandit" denies charges in Nebraska Video included

Gathercole appeared in a Dawson County courtroom on Thursday (CBS) Gathercole appeared in a Dawson County courtroom on Thursday (CBS)
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The Roundup man suspected of carrying out a series of armed bank robberies in multiple states denied charges of theft and possessing a stolen firearm at his Monday court hearing in Dawson County Nebraska. 

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Billings airport receives $1.5 million grant to expand terminal

Billings Logan International Airport selected to receive grant (MTN News) Billings Logan International Airport selected to receive grant (MTN News)
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A pair of eastern Montana airports is among the facilities to receive federal funding, according to a press release from U.S. Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) on Monday.

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Ingomar residents giddy up for 31st annual rodeo Video included

The annual rodeo draws riders from across Eastern MT (Cameron) The annual rodeo draws riders from across Eastern MT (Cameron)
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If all of the town’s residents are home, there will be 12 locals at Saturday’s annual Ingomar rodeo. 

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Downtown Billings crash under investigation

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Police responded to a vehicle crash late Monday morning in downtown Billings. 

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Possible homicide investigated in Jefferson County Video included

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The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that an investigation into a possible homicide is underway. 

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Missoula woman stabbed during home invasion Video included

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A Missoula woman was stabbed in the face and thigh during an early Sunday morning home invasion. 

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  • Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn 7-27-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn 7-27-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn  7-27-2017   Top Stories:  After Montana's Congressional delegation turns up the heat, Montana will receive emergency fire fighting funds to help fight the Lodgepole Fire complex; Naturalization ceremony in Billings welcomes 33 new U.S. citizens; Medicaid providers show up in force to protest budget cuts. 

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn  7-27-2017   Top Stories:  After Montana's Congressional delegation turns up the heat, Montana will receive emergency fire fighting funds to help fight the Lodgepole Fire complex; Naturalization ceremony in Billings welcomes 33 new U.S. citizens; Medicaid providers show up in force to protest budget cuts. 

  • Montana this Morning, Thursday 7-27-17

    Montana this Morning, Thursday 7-27-17

  • Q2 10pm News with Jay Kohn 7-26-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 10pm News with Jay Kohn 7-26-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 10pm News with Jay Kohn  7-26-2017   Top Stories:   A Great Falls federal judge hands lengthy sentences to two defendants in separate horrific crimes on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation; Montana Senators react to President Trump's new ban against transgender soldiers in U.S. Military; Lodgepole Fire complex now 62 percent contained.

    Q2 10pm News with Jay Kohn  7-26-2017   Top Stories:   A Great Falls federal judge hands lengthy sentences to two defendants in separate horrific crimes on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation; Montana Senators react to President Trump's new ban against transgender soldiers in U.S. Military; Lodgepole Fire complex now 62 percent contained.

  • Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn 7-26-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn 7-26-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn  7-26-2017  Top Stories:   Defendants in two horrific crimes last year on Montana's Fort Peck Indian Reservation learn their sentences;  Dr. Randall Gibb named new C-E-O at Billings Clinic; A proposed ballot measure to prohibit transgender people from using certain bathrooms or locker rooms in Montana, now approved for signature gathering.

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn  7-26-2017  Top Stories:   Defendants in two horrific crimes last year on Montana's Fort Peck Indian Reservation learn their sentences;  Dr. Randall Gibb named new C-E-O at Billings Clinic; A proposed ballot measure to prohibit transgender people from using certain bathrooms or locker rooms in Montana, now approved for signature gathering.

  • MTN Statewide Headlines with Aja Goare 7-26-17

    MTN Statewide Headlines with Aja Goare 7-26-17

  • Montana this Morning, Wednesday 7-26-17

    Montana this Morning, Wednesday 7-26-17

    Top stories on Montana this Morning for Wednesday, July 26, 2017. 

    Top stories on Montana this Morning for Wednesday, July 26, 2017. 

  • Q2 10pm News with Jay Kohn 7-25-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 10pm News with Jay Kohn 7-25-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 10pm News with Jay Kohn  7-25-2017  Top Stories:  Republicans leaders prevail in a vote to move a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act to the Senate floor for debate;  Lodgepole Complex of fires now 270-thousand acres in size, with containment at 36 percent; Woman's body found below Billings rims.

    Q2 10pm News with Jay Kohn  7-25-2017  Top Stories:  Republicans leaders prevail in a vote to move a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act to the Senate floor for debate;  Lodgepole Complex of fires now 270-thousand acres in size, with containment at 36 percent; Woman's body found below Billings rims.

  • Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn 7-25-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn 7-25-2017 Top Stories

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn  7-25-2017   Top Stories:   Evacuation orders lifted for property owners in Garfield County impacted by Lodgepole Complex Fires;  Groups organize to help ranchers and farmers who lost livestock and property in the Lodgepole Fire;  Budget cuts take shape in Helena as state revenue falters.

    Q2 5:30 News with Jay Kohn  7-25-2017   Top Stories:   Evacuation orders lifted for property owners in Garfield County impacted by Lodgepole Complex Fires;  Groups organize to help ranchers and farmers who lost livestock and property in the Lodgepole Fire;  Budget cuts take shape in Helena as state revenue falters.

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