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Petition calls for MDT to address safety of Frontage Road intersection

Petition calls for MDT to address safety of Frontage Road intersection

A movement to make changes to a deadly intersection west of Bozeman is gaining momentum.


Roughly a thousand volunteers turn out for Clark Fork cleanup

Volunteers estimate they pulled roughly five tons of trash from the Clark Fork River in Missoula on Saturday. It was all part of the Clark Fork Coalition's…


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Glass Recycling

Glass recycling growing in Flathead County

A new business in the Flathead is hoping to reduce the amount of waste going into the county landfill by recycling something that the county currently doesn't.

Woman convicted of murder sues jail

A woman convicted last year of killing her husband and his lover in Helena is suing the Gallatin County Detention Center.


Proposed initiative seeks to ban all marijuana

A Billings car-dealership owner is proposing a ballot measure to completely ban marijuana in Montana.

Renowned Bozeman climber knew sherpa in Mt. Everest avalanche

Renowned Bozeman climber remembers Sherpa in Mt. Everest avalanche

Renowned climber Conrad Anker said he knew one of the Sherpas who died in Friday's avalanche, and said when he heard the news about an avalanche at Mt. Everest…

Cable customers report Charter outage around Kalispell

Many of our NBC Montana viewers in the Flathead have reported throughout the day that they are not receiving a signal from the Charter Cable television…

Man faces DUI charge after trying to tie truck to road post

A Logan man faces a felony DUI charge after allegedly driving into a ditch on Frontage Road between Manhattan and Logan.


Students to see new SAT tests in 2016

In 2016, high school students will experience an overhauled SAT test, with new types of questions and some major changes.
The SAT is a college entrance exam…

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