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Bozeman police and fire chief application deadline approaching

Bozeman police, fire chief candidates to meet with community

The City of Bozeman has narrowed down its search for a new fire chief and police chief.

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Crews to expand search for missing girl, donations accepted for family

Search operations are being expanded for a missing 8-year old girl at Missouri Headwaters State Park, and the community is coming together to collect…

Infrastructure bill waits for one more vote to pass

Infrastructure bill waits for one more vote to pass

One more vote is all that stands between state legislators and the end of the 2015 legislative session. After a contentious but productive day, it all came…

Missoula island reopens after cleaning, police work

Missoula island reopens after cleaning, police work

An island in Missoula that was shut down about two months ago is now open again. It's the West Broadway island located near the Citi Lodge Motel.

Improvement projects to begin at Ravalli Co Fairgrounds

Improvement projects to begin at Ravalli Co. Fairgrounds

Commissioners approved an engineering design to improve handicapped, pedestrian and bicycle access.

Sexual assault prevention campaign focuses on educating bystanders

As Jon Krakauer's nationally acclaimed book, "Missoula," continues to spotlight the Garden City and how it handles rape cases, NBC Montana is taking a closer…

Montana trees threatened by disease

Montana trees threatened by disease-carrying insects

More than 60 cities across the state celebrated Arbor Day on Friday, April 24. The celebration is important because the insects are carrying diseases, and…

70 swimmers compete in Special Olympics races

Swimmers suited up and hopped in the pool to compete in the final day of the Special Olympics area games in Missoula.

MSU students help plant trees around campus for Arbor Day

MSU students help plant trees around campus for Arbor Day

For the third year in a row on Arbor Day, Montana State University was recognized for its conservation work and management of the campus forest.

Senate confirms Motl as political practices commissioner

Montana senators have confirmed Jonathan Motl as the state's commissioner of political practices.

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