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ExplorationWorks debuts summer exhibit "Dogs: More Than Pets"

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Science, history, DNA, and other aspects of canine life will be on display at the exhibit. 

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Be Bear Aware this weekend

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Gov. Bullock says the best thing people can do is educate themselves on what to do in a bear situation and be prepared.

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Clancy School counselor wins award for encouraging school safety

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Representatives from AAA presented Krista King with their Patrol Advisor of the Year award for the Mountain West region. 

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Montana Rail Link, Washington Foundation commit $60K to Governor’s Cup

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A major sponsorship announced Friday will help support the Governor’s Cup in Helena – and access to health care across Montana. 

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Hantavirus survivor shares her story

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Hantavirus is a potentially fatal disease carried in the urine and droppings of some rodents. 

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What is this wolf-like creature shot near Denton?

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The large wolf-like animal was shot May 16 by a rancher near Denton

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Former teacher and coach at Montana schools charged with sexually assaulting a student

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The alleged victim was a student and player at the time of the alleged crimes, and under the age of 16.

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Keep an eye to the sky

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Forecast models are placing storms Saturday a bit further east than previously expected.

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Missing/Endangered Person Advisory canceled; Shelby man has been found

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The Montana Department of Justice says that McAlpine has been located and is being treated at a local hospital.

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Conrad Police Chief signs off for the last time (video)

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Chief Dent spent 40 years in law enforcement, and 31 years of those were within the city of Conrad

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Montana woman qualifies for "American Ninja Warrior"

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Gretchen Simms from Livingston is the first Montana woman to ever qualify for American Ninja Warrior.

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Havre woman talks about being detained by Border Patrol agent

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“I am OK if they do their job, but this is profiling,” Suda told KRTV on Thursday.

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GOP Senate primary: obscure group dings Rosendale; Club for Growth ups the ante against Fagg

Anti-Rosendale ad from obscure PAC Anti-Rosendale ad from obscure PAC
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Independent, outside money continues to flow into Montana’s U.S. Senate Republican primary contest

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Active weather this weekend

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Clear skies and sunshine will take us into the first portion of the Memorial weekend.

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Aerial photos: Gibson Reservoir and Rocky Mountain Front

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Pilot Matt Lindberg of Fairfield and aircraft owner Steve Lowry of Sun River shared these photos

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Boating safety stressed as holiday weekend arrives

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With the water levels so high, it’s making boating conditions even more challenging

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Montana Historical Society shines a light on craft brewing

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A project chronicling the surge of craft brewing in Montana is going online through the Montana Historical Society. 

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Construction underway at Capitol complex

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Montana's State Capitol Complex is undergoing upgrades for ADA compliance. 

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Capital High School teacher inspires students to create memorable senior projects

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Easterby says that Mr. Murray really inspired him to go big with his project and that he learned a lot during the process.

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Tax levy proposed to increase Helena Fire Department staffing

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The proposed levy would raise about $900,000 a year. $600,000 would be used to hire additional firefighters, while the rest would pay for fire apparatus and equipment purchases.

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U.S. House candidate Heenan repped enviro groups that sued Colstrip power-plant owners

U.S. House candidate John Heenan U.S. House candidate John Heenan
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Heenan represented environmental groups when they sued the owners and operators of the Colstrip power plants, which led to a 2016 settlement calling for two of the plants to be shut down.

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Havre protests closure of Amtrak's staffed ticket counter

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Amtrak recently announced that it plans to eliminate ticket agent jobs at Amtrak’s Havre and Shelby stations on June 1st.

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Is there something unusual in this "Into The Little Belts" aerial video?

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"...UFO? maybe just a plastic bag? Either way, it is a pretty strange thing we captured."

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Changes are expected

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High pressure will try and hold out for one more day.

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BNSF working to clean up spill in Havre

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BNSF says that about 2,000 gallons of wastewater was discharged, of which approximately 200 gallons of oil was released.

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5 Things You May Not Have Known About Aquatic Invasive Species

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If you want to protect Montana’s beautiful waters, one of the most important things you can do is understand aquatic invasive species — and know how to keep them out.Aquatic invasive species are animals, plants and pathogens that spread to areas where they don't naturally occur, causing environmental and economic harm. 

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Zinke’s first year as U.S. Interior Secretary: Fossil-fuel emphasis, public access, helping ag

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No shortage of opinions on the first-year report card for Montana’s first member of a presidential cabinet

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