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  • Spring Is Finally Here Bozeman

    Spring Is Finally Here Bozeman

    Spring has sprung over SW Montana through the weekend. See how much temperatures will be warming heading into Friday with your on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.

  • Flood Potential Forecast

    Flood Potential Forecast

    Mid April typically marks the seasonal peak for mountain snowpack and this year most of our snotel sites are above to well above normal with the amount of water content. Some sites have exceeded max of record and there is concerns for potential flooding coming up in May and June. This is a detailed briefing on flood potential from Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.

  • Chilly Temperatures Continue Bozeman

    Chilly Temperatures Continue Bozeman

    Cooler than normal pattern will continue through the rest of the week. A brief break in the active weather with a short live High pressure ridge Wednesday but the next pacific storm rolls inland Thursday. Get the latest updates on the short term forecast with your on demand STORMTracker video forecast and Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.

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  • Bozeman public gets chance to enjoy Coffee with a Cop

    Bozeman public gets chance to enjoy Coffee with a Cop

    Thursday, April 19 2018 9:10 PM EDT2018-04-20 01:10:04 GMT

    People and members of the police department had the opportunity to meet and talk at the Bozeman Senior Center. Citizens and officers were able to discuss what was going on in both the department and the community.

    People and members of the police department had the opportunity to meet and talk at the Bozeman Senior Center. Citizens and officers were able to discuss what was going on in both the department and the community.

  • Bozeman Fire conducts Hazmat training with military support team

    Bozeman Fire conducts Hazmat training with military support team

    Thursday, April 19 2018 8:10 PM EDT2018-04-20 00:10:07 GMT

    Bozeman Fire’s Hazmat team often deals with unknown substances, and that was the focus of their training on Thursday. Part of the training was done by the Army and Air Force Civil Support Team, or CST.

    Bozeman Fire’s Hazmat team often deals with unknown substances, and that was the focus of their training on Thursday. Part of the training was done by the Army and Air Force Civil Support Team, or CST.

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  • City of Billings to release names of disciplined police officers on Monday

    City of Billings to release names of disciplined police officers on Monday

    Friday, April 20 2018 12:29 AM EDT2018-04-20 04:29:03 GMT
    photo by Ed Kemmick/ Last Best Newsphoto by Ed Kemmick/ Last Best News
    photo by Ed Kemmick/ Last Best Newsphoto by Ed Kemmick/ Last Best News

    The city of Billings plans to release the names on Monday of the three police officers disciplined for having sex with a civilian employee of the city Police Department on city property, two while on duty. 

    The city of Billings plans to release the names on Monday of the three police officers disciplined for having sex with a civilian employee of the city Police Department on city property, two while on duty. 

  • Slide takes our part of Chief Joseph Scenic Highway near Cody, but road remains open

    Slide takes our part of Chief Joseph Scenic Highway near Cody, but road remains open

    Thursday, April 19 2018 10:05 PM EDT2018-04-20 02:05:05 GMT

    Parts of the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway, Wyoming 296, slid out last night. The slide is in the same place where damage occurred to the road last year. The area in question is northwest of Cody, roughly 20 miles west of the intersection of Wyoming 296 and Wyoming 120. The road is still currently open although drivers are urged to use caution and reduce speed in the area of the road damage. Wyoming Department of Transportation maintenance personnel are currently on the scen...

    Parts of the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway, Wyoming 296, slid out last night. The slide is in the same place where damage occurred to the road last year. The area in question is northwest of Cody, roughly 20 miles west of the intersection of Wyoming 296 and Wyoming 120. The road is still currently open although drivers are urged to use caution and reduce speed in the area of the road damage. Wyoming Department of Transportation maintenance personnel are currently on the scen...

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