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BILLINGS EYECAM 1

The Q2 I-Cam is located on top of Montana's tallest building, the First Interstate Tower in downtown Billings. And now I-Cam 2, high atop the Rimrocks overlooking the city gives you a whole new view of the area. From unique cloud formations to severe storms to breaking news coverage, the Q2 I-Cam and now I-Cam 2 bring you a view of Billings and the surrounding area that is unsurpassed. Twenty four hours a day, everyday, the I-Cam network is there. The Q2 I-Cams are provided as a service of First Interstate Banks, investing in our community, everyday.


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  • Weather Forecast: Drier weekend expected

    Weather Forecast: Drier weekend expected

    Friday, November 17 2017 1:43 PM EST2017-11-17 18:43:56 GMT

    High pressure will build over the area pushing the threat of showers further north for the weekend.  With that said, a few isolated showers will be possible for northwest Montana while the further south you head, more sunshine & drier conditions. 

    High pressure will build over the area pushing the threat of showers further north for the weekend.  With that said, a few isolated showers will be possible for northwest Montana while the further south you head, more sunshine & drier conditions. 

  • One Class at a Time: Stevensville school anti-drug program

    One Class at a Time: Stevensville school anti-drug program

    Wednesday, November 15 2017 11:37 AM EST2017-11-15 16:37:24 GMT
    Officer Sam Fawcett has instituted the Too Good For Drugs program for his K-through-8 students. (MTN News photo)Officer Sam Fawcett has instituted the Too Good For Drugs program for his K-through-8 students. (MTN News photo)

    School Resource Officer Sam Fawcett has instituted the Too Good For Drugs program K-through-8 students in Stevensville.

    School Resource Officer Sam Fawcett has instituted the Too Good For Drugs program K-through-8 students in Stevensville.

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