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KPAX/KAJ Special Report: Montana Wildfires 2017 Video included

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The program included the need for more firefighters and highlighted the people and businesses affected by the summer's fire season.

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Gianforte discusses forest management in the Flathead

Representative Greg Gianforte (R-MT) Representative Greg Gianforte (R-MT)
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Rep. Gianforte visited Stoltze Land and Lumber and praised the company for creating jobs, livelihood in the community, and healthier forests for more than 100-years.  

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Festival in the Wild celebrates art near Lincoln

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The event is hosted by Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild International Sculpture Park.

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10 new U.S. citizens take Oath of Allegiance in Glacier Park

Friday's event was the second Naturalization Ceremony that Glacier National Park has hosted. (MTN News photo) Friday's event was the second Naturalization Ceremony that Glacier National Park has hosted. (MTN News photo)
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Friday's event was the second Naturalization Ceremony that Glacier National Park has hosted.

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Garden experts give advice on protecting plants from freezing weather

Greg Chadwick, owner of Chadwick Nursery, says it’s time for local gardeners to start getting ready for fall. (MTN News photo) Greg Chadwick, owner of Chadwick Nursery, says it’s time for local gardeners to start getting ready for fall. (MTN News photo)
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Greg Chadwick, owner of Chadwick Nursery, says it’s time for local gardeners to start getting ready for fall. 

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Cold nights, warmer days

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The National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Warning from midnight through 9am for the Missoula and Bitterroot valleys, and west into Sanders and Mineral Counties.

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Grizzly kills 10 calves near Dupuyer

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Fish, Wildlife and Parks confirmed the calves were killed by a grizzly and that 12 grizzly bears including sows with cubs are in the area. 

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EPA reports slow Superfund progress, references site in Butte

An internal report from the EPA in Washington D.C. released this week noted that cleanup at Superfund sites is moving slowly or at a standstill. An internal report from the EPA in Washington D.C. released this week noted that cleanup at Superfund sites is moving slowly or at a standstill.
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An internal report from the EPA in Washington D.C. released this week noted that cleanup at Superfund sites is moving slowly or at a standstill.

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Lawsuit seeks to block mineral exploration in Emigrant Gulch

A new lawsuit has been filed which aims to protect lands near Paradise Valley. A new lawsuit has been filed which aims to protect lands near Paradise Valley.
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A new lawsuit has been filed which aims to protect lands near Paradise Valley.

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3rd UM presidential candidate says lack of administrative experience is a strength

Seth Bodnar is a business executive, military officer and former educator at West Point. (MTN News photo) Seth Bodnar is a business executive, military officer and former educator at West Point. (MTN News photo)
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Seth Bodnar is a business executive, military officer and former educator at West Point.

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Billings marijuana dispensary temporarily blocks city from implementing new ban

Abromeit (right) filed the request for a temporary restraining order (MTN News) Abromeit (right) filed the request for a temporary restraining order (MTN News)
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The owners of a Billings dispensary filed a temporary restraining order against the city Friday to prevent the officials from enforcing its new ordinance banning medical marijuana within city limits.

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No injuries reported after plane strikes home near Whitehall

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 The plane went through one wall and into the home.

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2 injured in vehicle crash near Evaro Hill

The accident happened on U.S. Highway 93 North. (MTN News photo) The accident happened on U.S. Highway 93 North. (MTN News photo)

Two people were injured after a near head-on crash around Evaro Hill on Highway 93 North.

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John McCain comes out against GOP's last-ditch Obamacare repeal bill

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Sen. John McCain announced Friday that he opposes the Republicans' last-ditch Obamacare repeal effort, which could almost nearly kill the bill.

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Most fire restrictions lifted in south central Montana

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All fire restrictions in Big Horn, Carbon, Stillwater, Sweet Grass, and Yellowstone counties will be lifted as of 12:01 a.m. Saturday, September 23.

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Verizon backtracks on plan to cancel service to some rural Montana customers

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Montanans who were told several days ago that their Verizon service would be terminated in October can breathe a little easier, as the company has partially rescinded its decision.

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Seeley Lake coming together as Rice Ridge fire winds down

A summer of smoke and fire smothered the lucrative tourism season in Seeley Lake -- but the fires weren't the only problem. (MTN News photo) A summer of smoke and fire smothered the lucrative tourism season in Seeley Lake -- but the fires weren't the only problem. (MTN News photo)
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A summer of smoke and fire smothered the lucrative tourism season in Seeley Lake -- but the fires weren't the only problem. 

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Tester, DOJ team up to offer tips for Montanans affected by Equifax breach

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A class action lawsuit was also recently filed for Montanans affected by the breach.

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MT legislative committee hears testimonies on Real ID Act, new parole board

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A state legislative committee heard testimony on Montana’s efforts to comply with the federal Real ID Act and ongoing reforms to the state’s parole system.

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First snow brings business to Flathead ski shops and resorts

Snowfall reached Whitefish Mountain last Tuesday, and can still be seen on the summit from town. (MTN News photo) Snowfall reached Whitefish Mountain last Tuesday, and can still be seen on the summit from town. (MTN News photo)
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Snowfall reached Whitefish Mountain last Tuesday, and can still be seen on the summit from town.

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Glacier National Park sets fall schedule

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Closed since fires hit the west side of the park, the complete Going-to-the-Sun Road may not re-open again this fall. 

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CVS will limit opioid prescriptions to 7 days

The changes will roll out on February 1, 2018 and cover all commercial, health plan, employer and Medicaid clients. (CNN photo) The changes will roll out on February 1, 2018 and cover all commercial, health plan, employer and Medicaid clients. (CNN photo)
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The changes will roll out on February 1, 2018 and cover all commercial, health plan, employer and Medicaid clients.

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Hunting is down in the US. The Trump administration wants to change that

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is not toying around when it comes to his support of hunters and fishers.

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Firefighters move to mop up in Montana as rain moves in

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As several fires still burn in Montana, the weather during the last week has helped dampen the second worst fire season since the mid-1990s.

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No testimony from water company on 3rd day of hearings over proposed Flathead bottling plant

Nicole Miller/MTN News photo. Nicole Miller/MTN News photo.
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The Montana Artesian Water Company is seeking a permit to pump about 625,000 gallons of ground water a day to bottle up and sell nationwide.

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All evacuation warnings lifted in Sanders County

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Authorities are lifting all of the pre-evacuation notices around the wildfires burning in Sanders County. 

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Voting closes tonight for Kalispell Bypass award

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There are just hours left to vote for the Kalispell Bypass as the highway project which made the biggest difference in any community across the entire US.

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Throwback Thursday: Tranquilized bear bounces off trampoline in Missoula

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One of the earliest examples of a "viral video" from Montana is more than a decade-old.

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Libby asbestos management enters new phase

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A new effort on how the community can deal with the contamination for years to come is starting.

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Puerto Rico governor: Power could be out for months

Roofs ripped off houses in San Juan, Puerto Rico as Hurricane Maria slammed into the city on Sept. 20. (photo credit: Fred Rasmussen) Roofs ripped off houses in San Juan, Puerto Rico as Hurricane Maria slammed into the city on Sept. 20. (photo credit: Fred Rasmussen)
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Puerto Rico's energy grid took such a severe blow from deadly Hurricane Maria that restoring power to everyone may take months, 

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Hey, latte fans: Maple is having a moment this fall

Starbucks announced the debut of its new Maple Pecan Latte. (photo credit: Starbucks) Starbucks announced the debut of its new Maple Pecan Latte. (photo credit: Starbucks)
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Starbucks announced the debut of its new Maple Pecan Latte, bolstering a seasonal lineup that already includes the immensely popular Pumpkin Spice Latte. 

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Trump announces new executive order targeting those who trade with North Korea

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The order, which aims to cut off sources of revenue that fund North Korea's nuclear and weapons programs, comes in response to North Korea's repeated missile and nuclear tests.

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All pre-evacuation warnings lifted in Lincoln County

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Authorities have announced that all pre-evacuation notices have been lifted in Lincoln County. 

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Montana State Veterans Cemetery receives makeover

Saluting Branches, a nonprofit organization where arborists and volunteers landscape and prune veteran properties, spent the day sprucing up the cemetery. (MTN News photo) Saluting Branches, a nonprofit organization where arborists and volunteers landscape and prune veteran properties, spent the day sprucing up the cemetery. (MTN News photo)
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Saluting Branches, a nonprofit organization where arborists and volunteers landscape and prune veteran properties, spent the day sprucing up the cemetery.

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Montana National Guard offers new Purple Heart hunting program

Officials announced a new Montana National Guard program that will allow limited hunting on Fort Harrison grounds. Officials announced a new Montana National Guard program that will allow limited hunting on Fort Harrison grounds.
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Officials announced a new Montana National Guard program that will allow limited hunting on Fort Harrison grounds. 

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"Hometana" creator helping with wildfire relief efforts

Shirstie Gaylord, the owner of online t-shirt shop Hometana and a MTN production manager, is working to help with wildfire relief efforts across Montana. Shirstie Gaylord, the owner of online t-shirt shop Hometana and a MTN production manager, is working to help with wildfire relief efforts across Montana.
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Shirstie Gaylord, the owner of online t-shirt shop Hometana and a MTN production manager, is working to help with wildfire relief efforts across Montana.

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Blackfeet Tribe buys City of Browning's assets

The Blackfeet Reservation in Browning (MTN News photo) The Blackfeet Reservation in Browning (MTN News photo)
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The town of Browning has been in the process of disbanding due to financial issues since 2016.

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Classes resume in St. Regis after bomb threat

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St. Regis School was evacuated Wednesday afternoon after a bomb threat was discovered. 

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UM presidential candidate says the school's programs drew him west

Dr. Andrew Hale Feinstein is provost at San Jose State University, one of the largest universities in the Western United States. (MTN News photo) Dr. Andrew Hale Feinstein is provost at San Jose State University, one of the largest universities in the Western United States. (MTN News photo)

Dr. Andrew Hale Feinstein says his proven record of bolstering student enrollment and retention makes him a prime candidate for the job.

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Bozeman law firm representing Montanans impacted by Equifax breach

Beck, Amsden & Stalpes, PLLC, a law firm in Bozeman, is representing all Montanans in this lawsuit. (MTN News photo) Beck, Amsden & Stalpes, PLLC, a law firm in Bozeman, is representing all Montanans in this lawsuit. (MTN News photo)
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Beck, Amsden, & Stalpes, PLLC, is representing Montanans in a class action lawsuit over the huge data breach at Equifax on July 29.

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Contested case over proposed Creston water bottling plant continues

The issue is over a decision to grant a water-use permit to the Montana Artesian Water Company. (MTN News photo) The issue is over a decision to grant a water-use permit to the Montana Artesian Water Company. (MTN News photo)
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The issue is over a decision to grant a water-use permit to the Montana Artesian Water Company. 

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Remembering those lost fighting a devastating Montana fire season

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Two firefighters paid the ultimate price to keep us safe, one working on just the second wildfire of his career, the other an elite, experienced Hotshot with a family legacy of firefighting.

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Tester on newly-proposed GOP health care bill: "It may be the worst"

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Republican Senators are pushing forward with their latest plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.

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Montana PSC takes public comment for proposed rate cap on inmate calls

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The Montana Public Service Commission took public comment Tuesday on a proposal to limit the costs of phone calls between jail inmates and their families. 

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$1M bond for Montana man accused of kidnapping and torturing woman

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Bond was set at over $1 million for Charles Arleigh Green of Molt, who is accused of torturing his girlfriend in a series of attacks.

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McConnell to bring up vote on Obamacare repeal next week

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Next week, Senate Republicans will make one more attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) with just 51 votes.

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Montana author of “Land on Fire” talks wildfires

Montana author Gary Ferguson talks about his new book, “Land on Fire” and shares his perspective about this year’s wildfire season. Montana author Gary Ferguson talks about his new book, “Land on Fire” and shares his perspective about this year’s wildfire season.
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Montana author Gary Ferguson talks about his new book, “Land on Fire” and shares his perspective about this year’s wildfire season. 

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Morning Rounds: What you need to know to prevent a stroke

We answer your medical questions during the Wednesday edition of Montana This Morning. We answer your medical questions during the Wednesday edition of Montana This Morning.
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We answer your medical questions every Wednesday during Morning Rounds on Montana This Morning.

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Montana Television Network Montana Wildfire Relief Fund Raises $91,715

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Montana Television Network stations across the state have now raised $91,715 as part of their Montana Wildfire Relief Fund. 

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Interior Department gets arcade game "Big Buck Hunter Pro"

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The Interior Department is treating its employees to an unconventional addition to its cafeteria -- "Big Buck Hunter Pro."

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MT Supreme Court orders revisions to proposed designated bathrooms bill

The Montana Supreme Court decided Tuesday five revisions to the Act must be made before it can be placed on the ballot. (CBS News photo) The Montana Supreme Court decided Tuesday five revisions to the Act must be made before it can be placed on the ballot. (CBS News photo)

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has been ordered to revise the ballot initiative that requires people use the bathroom that matches the sex on the person’s birth certificate.

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Educators from 12 states take 3-day firearms course

A middle school teacher faces off with a mock school shooter. (CBS News photo) A middle school teacher faces off with a mock school shooter. (CBS News photo)
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Some teachers believe the answer is to arm themselves, while others strongly disagree. 

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New safe way to dispose of medications comes to Montana

The bags are now available in all 56 Montana counties. The bags are now available in all 56 Montana counties.
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The bags are now available in all 56 Montana counties, however, there are currently only 100,000 bags available for the state. 

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Montana budget cuts would hit children with disabilities program

We have never, ever, ever seen cuts in Part C like this," said Child Development Center Executive Director Carolyn Prussen.  (MTN News photo) We have never, ever, ever seen cuts in Part C like this," said Child Development Center Executive Director Carolyn Prussen. (MTN News photo)
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A program that offers resources to children with disabilities -- called Part C -- serves hundreds of families across Western Montana. 

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Road, water work set for Kalispell road

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Motorists should expect road closures on Northern Lights Boulevard with detours. 

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Ronan man arrested at border crossing

The Peace Arch Port of Entry in Blaine, WA. (courtesy photo) The Peace Arch Port of Entry in Blaine, WA. (courtesy photo)
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Roy Lee Sinclair, 70, was detained at the border crossing in Blaine, Washington after authorities found he had an outstanding warrant out of Lake County.

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Sen. Tester demands action after massive delayed mail delivery report

The Office of Inspector General revealed its findings on the U.S. Postal Service mail delivery delays earlier this week. The Office of Inspector General revealed its findings on the U.S. Postal Service mail delivery delays earlier this week.
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A report released this week shows two billion pieces of mail were delayed in delivery over the course of one year. 

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Troy woman dies in crash near Glasgow involving school bus

Valley County Sheriff Vernon Buerkle told MTN News that the driver of the pickup truck was Julie Steiger of Troy.

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MT Department of Justice outlines fight against substance abuse

Since 1980, the drug offense rate in Montana has increased 559%. (MTN News photo) Since 1980, the drug offense rate in Montana has increased 559%. (MTN News photo)

From 2012-2016 the top felony conviction offenses in Montana were for possession of dangerous drugs.

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Central Mexico earthquake kills more than 140, topples buildings

People searching rubble of fallen building in Mexico City (photo credit: Obie Fernandez) People searching rubble of fallen building in Mexico City (photo credit: Obie Fernandez)
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At least 149 people died in Mexico City --- the country's capital -- and in the states of Puebla, Mexico and Morelos, officials said. 

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Hearing over contested water bottling plant near Creston begins

The battle between the company and Flathead residents has been ongoing for more than a year. (Nicole Miller/MTN News photo) The battle between the company and Flathead residents has been ongoing for more than a year. (Nicole Miller/MTN News photo)

It's been an ongoing battle for more than a year between the company and Flathead residents who have filed legal objections.

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Traditional Native American regalia displays tell historical, personal stories

Michelle Guzman, an academic advisor at the Payne Native American Center, says each outfit reflects tribal representation and history but also the personality of the man or woman wearing the regalia. Michelle Guzman, an academic advisor at the Payne Native American Center, says each outfit reflects tribal representation and history but also the personality of the man or woman wearing the regalia.
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The outfits were on display at the University of Montana Tuesday as part of American Indian Heritage week.

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For Crow relay team, it starts with a love of horses, family

At a practice session for the River Road Relay team at Crow Agency last month, team captain Cody Brown tends to one of the team's horses. (Ed Kemmick/Last Best News) At a practice session for the River Road Relay team at Crow Agency last month, team captain Cody Brown tends to one of the team's horses. (Ed Kemmick/Last Best News)
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The human beings involved in an Indian horse relay race certainly get a workout, and occasionally a few scrapes and bruises, but at practice the horses are the focus.

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'Trust has been an issue': Facebook's ads take a sour turn

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The company faces questions about how it sells ads, its safeguards for ensuring malicious or problematic ads are weeded out of the system, and whether lawmakers and regulators need to step in.

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Woman wanted by U.S. Marshals Service in Montana

Sabrina Greybull ( U.S. Marshals Service) Sabrina Greybull ( U.S. Marshals Service)
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The U.S. Marshals Service District of Montana issued Tuesday a wanted alert for Sabrina Greybull, 29.

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Flathead County schools back in session after cyber threats

Columbia Falls High School. (MTN News photo) Columbia Falls High School. (MTN News photo)
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Columbia Falls Schools Superintendent Steve Bradshaw saying it was great having students roaming the halls again.

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Wet weather helping calm Rice Ridge fire

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Recent rain and cooler temps continue to help crews battling the 160,100-acre fire near Seeley Lake.

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Weather calms, Meyers, Sapphire complex fires

Debris rolled downhill onto Rock Creek Road at the Sapphire Complex fire (inciweb.org photo) Debris rolled downhill onto Rock Creek Road at the Sapphire Complex fire (inciweb.org photo)
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The recent colder temperatures and accumulated precipitation have helped to reduce fire activity on the Meyers and Sapphire Complex fires

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Stage II fire restrictions being eased in Northwest Montana

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Stage 2 Fire Restrictions will officially be rescinded at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 20 across Northwest Montana.  

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Lolo Peak fire holds steady

The Lolo Peak fire continues to burn in the Florence and Lolo areas. (MTN News photo) The Lolo Peak fire continues to burn in the Florence and Lolo areas. (MTN News photo)

The lightning sparked blaze has torched nearly 53,800 acres since first being spotted on July 15.

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Highway 200 Complex fires at 47,100 acres

The Sheep Gap fire as seen on 9.13.17. (photo credit: Brigitte Bernhardt) The Sheep Gap fire as seen on 9.13.17. (photo credit: Brigitte Bernhardt)
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Increased fire activity near the Sheep Gap fire forced new evacuation orders and warnings to be issued.

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Weather helps calm wildfires in Glacier National Park

The Sprague fire continues to burn near West Glacier in Glacier National Park. (inciweb.org photo) The Sprague fire continues to burn near West Glacier in Glacier National Park. (inciweb.org photo)
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The Sprague fire burning five miles northeast of West Glacier now stands at nearly 16,800 acres. 

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Hundreds turn out for Constitution Week celebration at Capitol

This year marks the 230th anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution which was signed on Sept. 17, 1787. (MTN News photo) This year marks the 230th anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution which was signed on Sept. 17, 1787. (MTN News photo)
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This year marks the 230th anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution which was signed on Sept. 17, 1787.

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Billings man accused of sexually abusing 4 young girls

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A Billings man was arrested Sunday and now faces charges for the alleged sexual abuse of four young girls. 

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Dillon school evacuated after guns found

Beaverhead County High School in Dillon (MTN News photo) Beaverhead County High School in Dillon (MTN News photo)
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Two students from Beaverhead County High School were arrested Monday after allegedly bringing guns to school.

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Montana Made: Diamond Products

Starting in beakers and ending in buckets, these cleaning products are made in Montana and used beyond The Treasure State. (MTN News photo) Starting in beakers and ending in buckets, these cleaning products are made in Montana and used beyond The Treasure State. (MTN News photo)
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Starting in beakers and ending in buckets, these cleaning products are made in Montana and used beyond The Treasure State. 

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2 dead, students injured in crash involving school bus

The crash happened at around 6:40 a.m. on Tuesday on Highway 2 near Vandalia which is northwest of Glasgow. 

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Restoration work well underway at Lolo Peak, Rice Ridge fires

Crews are had at work restoring areas near and around the Lolo Peak fire. (MTN News photo) Crews are had at work restoring areas near and around the Lolo Peak fire. (MTN News photo)

There were 150 miles of containment lines were established this summer to hem in the Lolo Peak Fire that are now being repaired.

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Rains help containment grow on Western Montana wildfires

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The latest round of storms is expected to formally end Montana’s volatile 2017 fire season. 

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Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy

The 69-year old Toys 'R' Us was once the mecca of kids' gifts. (photo: Mike Mozart / CC BY 2.0 ) The 69-year old Toys 'R' Us was once the mecca of kids' gifts. (photo: Mike Mozart / CC BY 2.0 )
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Suffering from slumping sales and mountains of debt, Toys 'R' Us has filed for bankruptcy. 

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1 killed in motorcycle crash near Great Falls

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One person is dead after a motorcycle crash southwest of Great Falls on Monday afternoon. 

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Flathead students, parents reassured before classes resume Tuesday

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Students will go back to school Tuesday, but many parents had questions about whether the schools were physically safe to return to.

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Relationship between Trump admin, some Montana tribes not yet defined

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More than 200 days into the job, the relationship between some Native Americans and the new administration is not quite yet defined.

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Flathead Co. Sheriff: Threat suspects located outside of US, ransom note released

Classes and school-related activites were canceled Thursday through Monday across the Flathead County. (MTN News photo) Classes and school-related activites were canceled Thursday through Monday across the Flathead County. (MTN News photo)

"We now know the physical threat to our children does not exist," says Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry.

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Cops: Thief steals purse from mom trying to locate child after school shooting

One of several images police in Washington have released of suspects in an alleged purse-snatching after the Sept. 13 shooting at Freeman High School / SPOKANE COUNTY SHERIFF One of several images police in Washington have released of suspects in an alleged purse-snatching after the Sept. 13 shooting at Freeman High School / SPOKANE COUNTY SHERIFF
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Police in Washington are looking for a suspect who allegedly stole a woman's purse out of her car while she ran to see if her child was safe during a school shooting.

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Will the Senate hold another Obamacare repeal vote?

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The bill would repeal the healthcare law's structure and replace it with block grants to states and roll back the Medicaid expansion.

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  • Monte goes pro… again

    Monte goes pro… again

    Thursday, October 27 2016 6:20 PM EDT2016-10-27 22:20:56 GMT

    A new Monte has again turned pro in the NBA, this time shedding the brown fur of a Grizzly bear, and donning the silver fur of “Clutch,” the Houston Rocket’s beloved bear.

    A new Monte has again turned pro in the NBA, this time shedding the brown fur of a Grizzly bear, and donning the silver fur of “Clutch,” the Houston Rocket’s beloved bear.

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