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Big Sky student's family tragedy prompts  prescription drop off

Big Sky student's family tragedy prompts unused prescription drop-off

Mary Donoghue hopes her senior project helps prevent drug abuse. The Missoula teen lost her mom to a drug overdose two years ago.

Animal cruelty laws questioned after allegations at Bozeman arena

Animal cruelty laws questioned after allegations at Bozeman arena

Prosecutors charged the owner of a Bozeman arena with felony animal cruelty. If there's a conviction, the judge could limit Dayle Kountz's right to own animals…

Montanans react as Boy Scouts consider lifting ban on gay leaders

Montanans react as Boy Scouts consider lifting ban on gay leaders

The Boy Scouts of America may soon be changing its policy on gay adult leaders.

Homestead asks Missoula for money to preserve history

The Moon-Randolph Homestead is asking for funding from the City of Missoula. It's been tucked way in Missoula's north hills since 1889.

GE, NFL reps visit UM for update on concussion research

The University of Montana got a visit from representatives from General Electric and the NFL. The university is one of 16 receiving money to study reaction to…

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Visitor restrictions lifted at St. James Healthcare

St. James Healthcare in Butte has lifted visitor restrictions.

Regents to vote on tuition freeze

The Montana Board of Regents will decide whether to freeze tuition for in-state students.

Levy saves Mineral County Hospital from possible closure

Levy saves Mineral County Hospital from possible closure

A levy passed in early May saved Mineral County Hospital from shutting its doors permanently.

Montanans vote to uphold tighter medical marijuana restrictions

Senate panel OKs letting VA docs give advice on medical pot

A GOP-controlled Senate panel Wednesday approved a plan to permit veterans to receive information about medical marijuana from their government doctors.

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Boy Scouts president urges lifting ban on gay adult involvement

The Boy Scouts of America may change its policy on gay adult leaders, and some people in Butte have mixed thoughts in the idea.

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