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The Clark Fork River is expected to return to moderate flood stage later this week. (MTN News photo) The Clark Fork River is expected to return to moderate flood stage later this week. (MTN News photo)

Missoula flooding survey continues; residents urged to stay alert

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Current forecasts predict that the Clark Fork River will rise to over 11 feet later this week and remain there for some time.

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Missoula law enforcement absorbing cuts to mental health care services

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The Missoula jail is often overcrowded with people who shouldn’t even be there -- people with mental health and substance use issues.

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Witnesses recount scene after plane crashes on I-90

The pilot was able to walkaway after crash landing near Lookout Pass on I-90. The pilot was able to walkaway after crash landing near Lookout Pass on I-90.
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The pilot walked away from the experimental aircraft with minor injuries after crash landing on I-90 near Lookout Pass.

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Flooding damages Lowell Elementary School

A cracked valve is blamed for flooding several classrooms at Lowell Elementary School. (MTN News photo) A cracked valve is blamed for flooding several classrooms at Lowell Elementary School. (MTN News photo)
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Flooding hit Lowell Elementary School over the weekend because a valve underneath a sink in a second floor classroom cracked.

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Ronan officer hurt, cruiser damaged in DUI crash

(photo credit: Ronan Police Department) (photo credit: Ronan Police Department)
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A Ronan police officer was taken to the hospital and his cruiser was damaged in a Monday evening incident involving a drunk driver. 

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Missoula's last remaining video rental store, Crazy Mike's, closing this weekend

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Crazy Mike’s Video’s Eastgate location will be closing its doors on Saturday night, 23 years after opening its first location in Missoula.

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Kalispell man sentenced to prison for illegally exporting guns

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A Kalispell man who trafficked weapons to various other countries will spend time in prison after being sentenced on Wednesday.

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More samples being taken for flooding contamination at Smurfit berms

Dennis Bragg photo. Dennis Bragg photo.
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Agencies are taking more water samples along after a drone overflight shows some suspicious water near the site of a groundwater “boil” that was spotted last week.

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Zinke’s record as U.S. Interior secretary: Fossil-fuel emphasis, public access, helping ag

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke
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From farmers to environmentalists to oil-and-gas producers, there’s no shortage of opinions on the first-year report card for Montana’s first member of a presidential cabinet, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.

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Glass recycling is returning to Helena

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Helena Recycling said they will start taking glass at their curbside pick-ups starting June 1.

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Appeals court upholds Montana’s landmark campaign-disclosure law

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A federal appeals court has upheld Montana’s landmark law to force disclosure of campaign spending and fundraising by so-called “dark money” groups – and others attempting to influence elections here.

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Former Billings nurse admits stealing painkillers from up to 300 patients

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Mills used a syringe to remove the drug from packaging used in medical procedures at the hospital and replaced it with saline, according to court documents.

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Morning Rounds: Autism explained

We answer your medical questions during Morning Rounds Wednesday mornings on Montana This Morning. We answer your medical questions during Morning Rounds Wednesday mornings on Montana This Morning.
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We answer your medical questions during Morning Rounds Wednesday mornings on Montana This Morning.

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Georgetown Lake recreation sites fees hiked

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Expect to pay a bit more if you use the campground and day use sites in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and Georgetown Lake vicinity. 

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A look at the lifeline of the Hi-Line

Private property infrastructure, helping irrigate land. (MTN News photo) Private property infrastructure, helping irrigate land. (MTN News photo)
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The water of the Milk River means everything to the 1,200 people who live in the town of Chinook. 

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Grizzly bear awareness discussed in Loma

File photo of grizzly bear (MTN News photo) File photo of grizzly bear (MTN News photo)
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Officials say the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem has more than 1,000 grizzly bears and a proposal to delist grizzlies in that region is set for this year.

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On Special Assignment: Montana veterans struggle with lasting effects of Agent Orange

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Hundreds of thousands of people, both soldiers and civilians have been affected by Agent Orange. 

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NFL owners say players must stand for the National Anthem

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says team owners unanimously agreed that the NFL can fine a team whose players protest on the sidelines during the National Anthem.

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Havre woman denies attempted murder charge

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A woman denied allegations Tuesday in District Court in Havre that she choked and tried to stab a woman with a kitchen knife. 

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U.S. House Dem candidates not shying away from gun-violence proposals

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The issues of gun rights and gun violence persist as risky political topics in Montana, but that’s not stopping Democratic U.S. House candidates from talking about it, often in stark terms. 

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Weather Forecast: Warm & unsettled end to the week

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Thunderstorms will pop up and move very slowly across the region beginning in the afternoon and continuing through the evening hours.

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Montana man sentenced for raping a child

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James Blake Conn was sentenced to 70 years in prison with 35 of the years were suspended. 

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Ravalli Co. authorities helping in search for missing hunters in Idaho

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The four hunters went missing after their SUV rolled over into the Selway River on Monday.

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Missoula County continues to assess flood damage

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Search and Rescue teams are helping to gather the info from areas that have been difficult to assess with the extremely high waters.

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Ex-Florence doctor tries to save freedom while case is appealed

Former Florence physician Chris Christensen faces up to 405 years in prison when he's sentenced on Dec. 27 in Hamilton. (MTN News photo) Former Florence physician Chris Christensen faces up to 405 years in prison when he's sentenced on Dec. 27 in Hamilton. (MTN News photo)
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Chris Christensen was arrested last week after missing a deadline for filing an appeal with the Montana Supreme Court.

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Tester: Bill to boost veterans' care passes key Senate committee

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A new streamlined community care program for American Veterans is poised to pass the U.S. Senate.

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Gas prices on the rise as Memorial Day approaches

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Gas prices entering Memorial Day weekend are at their highest level since 2014 nationwide.

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Life-saving air ambulance program vital to remote rescues

Every year the A.L.E.R.T. Air Ambulance Program serves around 345 patients by transporting them to their destinations. Every year the A.L.E.R.T. Air Ambulance Program serves around 345 patients by transporting them to their destinations.
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Every year the A.L.E.R.T. Air Ambulance Program serves around 345 patients by transporting them to their destinations.

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Billings man identified as victim in drowning near Great Falls

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The Smith River was running high and fast at the time of the incident, according to Cascade County Sheriff Bob Edwards. 

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One Class at a Time: Sentinel High School

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Sentinel Life Skills teacher Ashley House says her class is in desperate need of new winter hats.

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Pilot walks away after plane crashes on I-90 near Lookout Pass

Samantha Kubota photo. Samantha Kubota photo.
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A witness said he watched an experimental airplane glide down onto the highway around 2 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Helena man found guilty of murder for girlfriend's shooting death

Skyler Schneider, 22 (MTN News photo) Skyler Schneider, 22 (MTN News photo)
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A Helena man has been found guilty of deliberate homicide and tampering with evidence in connection with a July 2017 shooting death.

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Boy arrested after shooting mother's ex-boyfriend in neck in Billings

Billings Police on the scene of a reported shooting. (MTN News/Paul Humphrey Photo) Billings Police on the scene of a reported shooting. (MTN News/Paul Humphrey Photo)
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Chief Rich St. John says the shooting occurred inside of the apartment building where a juvenile male fired a couple of rounds from a handgun.

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Construction to close Van Buren Street at I-90 overnight this week

The closure will be from I-90 westbound on and off ramps to Poplar Street as work continues on a new roundabout. (MTN News photo) The closure will be from I-90 westbound on and off ramps to Poplar Street as work continues on a new roundabout. (MTN News photo)
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The closure will be from I-90 westbound on and off ramps to Poplar Street as work continues on a new roundabout. 

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Hawaii volcano lava flows into power plant, sparking fears of deadly gas release

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Emergency workers in Hawaii are racing to protect a geothermal power plant near the Kilauea Volcano. 

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Interviews set to pick new Glacier High School principal

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District officials plan on interviewing three candidates this week: Cody J. Reutzel, Micah Hill and Ryan Rettig. Reutzel.

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Phony money making the rounds in Missoula

(photo courtesy Missoula Police Department) (photo courtesy Missoula Police Department)
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Missoula Police have been receiving reports of counterfeit bills being passed around the Garden City.

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Murder suspect, convicted felon arrested in Hardin

Jacob Ozuna (courtesy photo) Jacob Ozuna (courtesy photo)
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The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Office arrested a murder suspect on who fled the state of Washington. 

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Club For Growth spends $1.16M supporting Rosendale and attacking Fagg in GOP primary

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Another outside group is making significant ad buys in Montana’s U.S. Senate Republican primary

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Ex-Montana residents ordered to stand trial in Utah for baby's murder

A pair of longtime Billings residents charged in Utah with the murder of their daughter have been ordered to stand trial. A pair of longtime Billings residents charged in Utah with the murder of their daughter have been ordered to stand trial.
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A pair of longtime Billings residents charged in Utah with the murder of their daughter have been ordered to stand trial. 

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Power outage planned for West Glacier area

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Flathead Electric Cooperative has scheduled a 15-minute power outage in the West Glacier area for Thursday. 

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Volunteers work to rebuild Butte carousel

It takes a stable of strong workhorses to put together a carousel. But this crew of volunteers said the hard work is worth it. (MTN News photo) It takes a stable of strong workhorses to put together a carousel. But this crew of volunteers said the hard work is worth it. (MTN News photo)
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It takes a stable of strong workhorses to put together a carousel. But this crew of volunteers said the hard work is worth it.

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Student of the Week: Aislynn Love

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Aislynn Love is a senior at Charlo High School.

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Missoula flood assessment underway; Clark Fork expected to rise again

Approximately 65 homes in Missoula County are still under modified evacuation orders. (MTN News photo) Approximately 65 homes in Missoula County are still under modified evacuation orders. (MTN News photo)
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Approximately 65 homes in Missoula County are still under modified evacuation orders.

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Man hopes to rewrite his story by kayaking Missouri River

Tomas Dawson finished his first full week of kayaking just after 5 p.m. on Monday in Ulm. (MTN News photo) Tomas Dawson finished his first full week of kayaking just after 5 p.m. on Monday in Ulm. (MTN News photo)
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A 57-year-old Colorado Springs man is doing something not many people do in their lifetime: Kayaking the Missouri River. 

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Montana Made: Montana Hydraulics

When it comes to components for industrial machines, Montana Hydraulics owners Mark and Della Ehlke say there isn’t much they can’t make.  (MTN News photo) When it comes to components for industrial machines, Montana Hydraulics owners Mark and Della Ehlke say there isn’t much they can’t make.  (MTN News photo)
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When it comes to components for industrial machines, Montana Hydraulics owners Mark and Della Ehlke say there isn’t much they can’t make. 

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On Special Assignment: Couple opens natural cemetery in Swan Valley

Henry and Joan Meyer made their home in the Swan Valley almost 67 years ago and they never want to leave. (MTN News photo) Henry and Joan Meyer made their home in the Swan Valley almost 67 years ago and they never want to leave. (MTN News photo)
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Henry and Joan Meyer made their home in the Swan Valley almost 67 years ago to a place they consider paradise -- and they never want to leave.

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Wildlife technician recovering from bear attack near Libby

Amber Kornak was attacked by a bear near Libby and sustained serious injuries. (courtesy photo) Amber Kornak was attacked by a bear near Libby and sustained serious injuries. (courtesy photo)
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A woman who was reportedly attacked by a bear in near Libby has been taken out of the ICU at a Kalispell hospital. 

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Missoula evacuation orders modified, Turah levee repair work continues

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Missoula residents who have been hit by flooding started this week with some good news. 

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FVCC breaks ground on new Library and Learning Commons

The 12,000 square-foot Library and Learning Commons will be an addition to the Rebecca Chaney Broussard Center for Nursing & Health Science. (MTN News photo) The 12,000 square-foot Library and Learning Commons will be an addition to the Rebecca Chaney Broussard Center for Nursing & Health Science. (MTN News photo)
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The 12,000 square-foot Library and Learning Commons will be an addition to the Rebecca Chaney Broussard Center for Nursing & Health Science.

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New Marriott Hotel exterior begins to get a "finished" look

(MTN News/Dennis Bragg photo) (MTN News/Dennis Bragg photo)
Updated: May 22, 2018 09:38 AM

Contractors for HomeBase Montana are making more steady progress on the new hotel.

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Missoula leaders hope to fill in survey "gaps" with open house

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Missoula leaders are hoping an open house this week will help them fill in the "gaps" in a recent survey.

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Crews nearly finished with repair work on Smurfit berms

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Crews have been able to deliver thousands of yards of gravel to help shore up a containment berm at the old Smurfit Stone mill site..

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Judge hears arguments about Montana bathroom initiative

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Judge John Kutzman heard the arguments under advisement and will issue a ruling at a later date.

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Senate veterans affairs chairman upbeat about VA nominee Robert Wilkie

Senate Veterans Affairs Chairman Johnny Isakson  (photo credit: Johnny Isakson Senate office) Senate Veterans Affairs Chairman Johnny Isakson (photo credit: Johnny Isakson Senate office)
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Senate Veterans Affairs Chairman Johnny Isakson gave an upbeat assessment Monday of Robert Wilkie, the acting secretary of Veterans Affairs.

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Idaho’s largest school district changes lockdown policy

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The state's largest school district is changing its lockdown policy, but the big question is, could that decision ultimately put kids in harm's way? 

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1 person dead in Smith River incident

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Crews were called out around 1 p.m. Monday to an area near the Eden Bridge south of Great Falls and southeast of Ulm.

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Missoula flood evacuation orders modified

Although the river is now seeing lower water levels, authorities stress that the flooding emergency is not over and river levels are expected to rise again. (MTN News photo) Although the river is now seeing lower water levels, authorities stress that the flooding emergency is not over and river levels are expected to rise again. (MTN News photo)
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Authorities are temporarily modifying their flood evacuation order along the Clark Fork River to allow homeowners access to their property.

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Search & Rescue to survey structures affected by flooding

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Missoula County Search and Rescue crews will be on the Clark Fork River Tuesday morning to survey structures that experienced overland flooding in the Orchard Homes area.

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Missoula leaders look for further input on citizen survey

Dennis Bragg photo. Dennis Bragg photo.
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Missoula leaders are hoping to hear more detailed public input as they follow up on a survey which showed people want the city to pay more attention to its streets.

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Eagle Creek Fire teen ordered to pay $36 million

The Eagle Creek fire burned in the Columbia River Gorge in 2017. (inciweb.org photo) The Eagle Creek fire burned in the Columbia River Gorge in 2017. (inciweb.org photo)
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Circuit Court Judge John Olson issued his restitution opinion for the teenager who pleaded guilty to starting the Eagle Creek Fire last summer, ordering him to pay $36 million.

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Questioning of 2 Spanish-speaking people by Border Patrol agent in Havre goes viral

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Two U.S. citizens were stopped and questioned by a Border Patrol agent last week for speaking Spanish at a gas station in Havre, and the story and video have now gone viral.

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Wanted in Montana: BOLO Alert issued for Bruce Oliveira

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The United States Marshals Service has issued a BOLO Alert (Be-on-the-Lookout) for Bruce Oliveira. 

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Long time Montana wildlife biologist has no plans to retire

Shawn Stewart has only ever wanted to be just a wildlife biologist. Shawn Stewart has only ever wanted to be just a wildlife biologist.
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Shawn Stewart has only ever wanted to be just a wildlife biologist.

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Montana Ag Network: New fertilizer plant built in Lockwood

The new facility will help Town and Country meet the demands of their farmer customers especially in years like this. (MTN News photo) The new facility will help Town and Country meet the demands of their farmer customers especially in years like this. (MTN News photo)
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A new fertilizer plant has been built in south-central Montana that loads, stores and unloads more efficiently to help growers. 

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FVCC marks 50th graduating class

FVCC recognized almost 400 students for completing graduation requirements during the 2017–2018 academic year. (MTN News photo) FVCC recognized almost 400 students for completing graduation requirements during the 2017–2018 academic year. (MTN News photo)
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Flathead Valley Community College graduated its 50th class during the college’s spring commencement ceremony on Friday. 

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Staff get tour of new Missoula elementary school

Cold Springs teachers and staff got to take a tour of the future Jeannette Rankin Elementary School building for the first time on Friday. (MTN News photo) Cold Springs teachers and staff got to take a tour of the future Jeannette Rankin Elementary School building for the first time on Friday. (MTN News photo)
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Cold Springs teachers and staff got to take a tour of the future Jeannette Rankin Elementary School building for the first time on Friday.

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Volcano "laze" - toxic white cloud in Hawaii

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A new threat emerged Sunday from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.

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Teens tackle Montana App Challenge

There were 15 teams of students who built apps addressing issues such as cyberbullying, teen suicide, water quality, and air quality. (MTN News photo) There were 15 teams of students who built apps addressing issues such as cyberbullying, teen suicide, water quality, and air quality. (MTN News photo)
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There were 15 teams of students who built apps addressing issues such as cyberbullying, teen suicide, water quality, and air quality.

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Tom Morgan Remembered | Winston Rod Bonus | Under the Big Sky

Winston Rod Company manufactures fly rods in Twin Bridges. Winston Rod Company manufactures fly rods in Twin Bridges.
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Tom Morgan moved the R.L. Winston Rod Company to Montana in 1976 shortly after purchasing the San Francisco based business from Doug Merrick. Tom's tenure at Winston led to the development of some of the greatest rod designs in the companies history. Now, nearly a year since renowned fly rod maker Tom Morgan passed away, his legacy and his influence is still felt at the Winston Rod Company. This week under the big sky, Annette McLean, V.P. of Operations and Design at Wi... More>>

On Special Assignment: Dead trees pose real threat to people

When a tree falls, depending on its size, it can bring hundreds or even thousands of pounds of force with it. (MTN News photo) When a tree falls, depending on its size, it can bring hundreds or even thousands of pounds of force with it. (MTN News photo)
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When a tree falls, depending on its size, it can bring hundreds or even thousands of pounds of force with it.

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New boat inspection station opens in Kalispell

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Boaters have an additional opportunity to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.

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Missoula flooding creating perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes

This year's flood season is creating the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. (MTN News photo) This year's flood season is creating the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. (MTN News photo)
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This year's flood season in Western Montana is creating the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes. 

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Amber Alert canceled for Billings toddler, father arrested

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The Billings Police Department has canceled the Amber Alert issued early Monday morning.

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Power lines, fiber optic line, pipeline threatened by floodwater east of Missoula

Erosion along the Clark Fork River between Turah and Clinton is causing concern. (MTN News photo) Erosion along the Clark Fork River between Turah and Clinton is causing concern. (MTN News photo)
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Floodwater erosion continues to threaten infrastructure alongside the Clark Fork River near Turah. 

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As Remington emerges from bankruptcy, Montana father continues his fight

Richard Barber (MTN News photo) Richard Barber (MTN News photo)
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Remington Outdoor Company announced it's emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, after shedding $775 million in debt. 

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Watson Children's Shelter hosts 18th annual Bike for Shelter

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Children and children at heart lined up to bike eleven miles for the 18 th annual Bike For Shelter on Saturday.

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WA cougar attack leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

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Authorities say one person was killed and another injured in a cougar attack in North Bend, Washington.

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Zinke discusses needed Interior dept.changes during MT visit

US Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke of Whitefish (MTN News photo) US Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke of Whitefish (MTN News photo)
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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke met with ranchers and farmers affected by the Lodge Pole Complex Fires. 

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1 killed in crash between Great Falls and Vaughn

One person died in a two-car crash on I-15 between Great Falls and Vaughn. (MTN News photo) One person died in a two-car crash on I-15 between Great Falls and Vaughn. (MTN News photo)
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One person died in a two-car crash on I-15 between Great Falls and Vaughn on Sunday.

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Section of Noxon Reservoir closed to recreation

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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has temporarily closed Noxon Reservoir from the mouth of Blacktail Creek downstream to Noxon Rapids Dam. 

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Missoula levees can show signs of compromise if "dirty" boils found

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While you cant just plug the hole in the levee, you can use proper sandbag techniques to stop the flow of material through the levee.

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Daines, Gianforte tour Missoula areas hit by flooding

US Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) and US Representative Greg Gianforte (R-MT) toured an area of Missoula that's been hit by flooding. (MTN News photo) US Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) and US Representative Greg Gianforte (R-MT) toured an area of Missoula that's been hit by flooding. (MTN News photo)
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Sen. Steve Daines and Rep. Greg Gianforte toured an area of Missoula that's been hit by flooding on Saturday. 

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Crews will repair possible flood-related problem at Smurfit berms

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Contractors are working to repair a flood-related problem that's developed on the river berms at the old Smurfit Stone mill site.

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Lower Clark Fork Valley feels flood pressures

The Clark Fork River near Plains. (Dennis Bragg/MTN News photo) The Clark Fork River near Plains. (Dennis Bragg/MTN News photo)
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Residents in the Lower Clark Fork Valley have been dealing with problems as floodwater pushes downstream. 

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Venezuelans, rocked by poverty and inflation, head to polls

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President Nicolas Maduro is seeking reelection for a six-year term in an electoral process that has been criticized both inside and outside Venezuela. 

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  • Political unknown appointed Italy's new prime minister

    Political unknown appointed Italy's new prime minister

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 12:14 PM EDT2018-05-23 16:14:52 GMT
    Italian media reports questioning the resume and academic records of Giuseppe Conte, a law professor and political novice tipped to be Italy's next prime minister, have reached fever pitch -- but the parties...
    Political novice Giuseppe Conte has been appointed prime minister of Italy after winning the approval of President Sergio Mattarella, the secretary of the presidential palace said Wednesday.
  • Private jet crashes, almost splits in two at Honduras airport

    Private jet crashes, almost splits in two at Honduras airport

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 3:46 PM EDT2018-05-23 19:46:40 GMT
    A routine business trip turned into tense drama for six Americans flying from Austin, Texas, to Honduras.A routine business trip turned into tense drama for six Americans flying from Austin, Texas, to Honduras.
    A routine business trip turned into tense drama for six Americans flying from Austin, Texas, to Honduras.
    A routine business trip turned into tense drama for six Americans flying from Austin, Texas, to Honduras.
  • Famous Egyptian blogger arrested in widening crackdown on dissent

    Famous Egyptian blogger arrested in widening crackdown on dissent

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 2:31 PM EDT2018-05-23 18:31:39 GMT
    Egypt's security forces arrested well-known blogger and activist Wael Abbas in the early hours of Wednesday, his sister Rasha Abbas told CNN.Egypt's security forces arrested well-known blogger and activist Wael Abbas in the early hours of Wednesday, his sister Rasha Abbas told CNN.
    Egypt's security forces arrested well-known blogger and activist Wael Abbas in the early hours of Wednesday, his sister Rasha Abbas told CNN.
    Egypt's security forces arrested well-known blogger and activist Wael Abbas in the early hours of Wednesday, his sister Rasha Abbas told CNN.
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