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Advocates of levy get a tour of the jail in Helena

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Ballots will be mailed out October 18th and the election is on November 7th.

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Cleanup at ASARCO smelter site continues

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For more than 100 years, ASARCO conducted lead and zinc smelting operations in East Helena.

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Bozeman team hopes to land realty show on HGTV

Trecie Wheat Hughes and Jackie Wickens are the co-hosts of a pilot for HGTV called “Montana Home”. Trecie Wheat Hughes and Jackie Wickens are the co-hosts of a pilot for HGTV called “Montana Home”.
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Trecie is the designer and Jackie does construction and they renovate Montana Homes.

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2 students in Dillon arrested for bringing loaded guns to school

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The two students were arrested and the school was evacuated and students sent home for the day Monday.

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Montana Made: Diamond Products

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From mixing and testing to pouring and packaging, this Helena company does it all; creating concentrated cleaning products from scratch.

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Bob Seger schedules Billings concert

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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bob Seger is making a stop in Billings with the Silver Bullet Band in November

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2 dead, students injured in crash involving school bus

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Willett said the female victim is from northwest Montana and the male victim is from Glasgow.

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Ransom letter released from "cyber hackers" threatening Flathead County schools

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Sheriff Curry also said that the group who have identified themselves in this letter have been identified

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Suspect facing murder charge in Lake County shooting death

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When officers arrived at the scene, they found that Johnny McKeever, 34 years old, had been shot and killed.

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Frank Borman: from pioneering astronaut to Montana rancher

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Former astronaut Frank Borman and his wife Susan left Arizona and moved to Montana 19 years ago with a nudge from their kids 

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Tribes want some name changes in Yellowstone National Park

Tribal members rallied on Saturday in Gardiner to call for the name change of Mount Doane and Hayden Valley. Tribal members rallied on Saturday in Gardiner to call for the name change of Mount Doane and Hayden Valley.
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Tribal members rallied on Saturday in Gardiner to call for the name change of Mount Doane and Hayden Valley.

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Grass fire burns 93 acres west of Helena

(Photo courtesy of Audrey Todd Davis) (Photo courtesy of Audrey Todd Davis)
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The fire started as a controlled burn by a resident near the 5300 block of Elk Ridge Road but became out of hand.

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One dead, two injured in crash west of Great Falls

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One person is dead and two others were injured in a crash on Highway 435 near mile marker three west of Great Falls on Friday around 10 p.m.

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First responders train for livestock accidents in Townsend

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Saturday afternoon consisted of full-scale exercises involving livestock trucks, live cattle, and equipment.

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Chief Mountain Hotshots fight fires with honor and expertise

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While the Strawberry, Crucifixion Creek, and Scalp fires were getting drenched by recent rain and snow, the Chief Mountain Hotshots of the Blackfeet Nation spent Friday at their Browning headquarters. 

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Two injured in crash near Helena on Friday

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Two people were taken to St. Peter’s Hospital after their vehicle turned over on I-15 around 3 p.m. on Friday.

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Montana Wildfire Relief Fund: How You Can Help

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KXLH is teaming up with the Montana Community Foundation for a whole new level wildfire relief fundraising.

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Significant rain and snow will help put an end to the fire season

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The STORMTracker Weather Team is tracking a storm that will mark the beginning of the end of fire season.

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  • Advocates of levy get a tour of the jail in Helena

    Advocates of levy get a tour of the jail in Helena

  • Cleanup at ASARCO smelter site continues

    Cleanup at ASARCO smelter site continues

    Four years ago, the site of the former ASARCO smelter in East Helena was crowded with buildings. Today, almost all of them are gone.

    It’s the most obvious sign of the long-term project to clean up the Superfund site, led by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Montana Environmental Trust Group, which took over the site as part of ASARCO’s bankruptcy settlement.

    Four years ago, the site of the former ASARCO smelter in East Helena was crowded with buildings. Today, almost all of them are gone.

    It’s the most obvious sign of the long-term project to clean up the Superfund site, led by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Montana Environmental Trust Group, which took over the site as part of ASARCO’s bankruptcy settlement.

  • Montana Made: Diamond Products

    Montana Made: Diamond Products

    From mixing and testing to pouring and packaging, this company in Helena does it all; creating concentrated cleaning products from scratch.

    “A lot of what we do is fairly basic chemistry,” said Diamond Products President Tom Joehler.

    Starting in beakers and ending in buckets, these cleaning products are made in Montana and used beyond the state.

    From mixing and testing to pouring and packaging, this company in Helena does it all; creating concentrated cleaning products from scratch.

    “A lot of what we do is fairly basic chemistry,” said Diamond Products President Tom Joehler.

    Starting in beakers and ending in buckets, these cleaning products are made in Montana and used beyond the state.

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  • Why do police shoot to kill?

    Why do police shoot to kill?

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 1:49 PM EDT2017-09-19 17:49:15 GMT
    Another fatal police shooting has added ammunition to the national debate over whether police are too quick to use deadly force.
    Another fatal police shooting has added ammunition to the national debate over whether police are too quick to use deadly force.
  • Man charged in Baton Rouge killings

    Man charged in Baton Rouge killings

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 12:10 PM EDT2017-09-19 16:10:10 GMT
    A 23-year-old Louisiana man was charged with murder Tuesday in a pair of Baton Rouge shootings that police have said may have been racially motivated,
    A 23-year-old Louisiana man was charged with murder Tuesday in a pair of Baton Rouge shootings that police have said may have been racially motivated,
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