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Funeral procession on Tuesday for Sheriff's Deputy Mason Moore Video included

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Deputy Moore’s procession will begin in Townsend early Tuesday morning.

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In final days of MT U.S. House campaign, healthcare is a focus Video included

U.S. House candidates Greg Gianforte (left) and Rob Quist U.S. House candidates Greg Gianforte (left) and Rob Quist
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The special election will be on Thursday, May 25th.

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Construction workers fall, no critical injuries reported

Two construction workers fell about 15 feet  at the Boulder interchange construction site on Monday.

A little after 9 a.m., the men fell into a concrete form and needed to be extricated by the Helena Fire Department.

One man needed to be taken to St. Peter’s Hospital; his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

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Montana Made: Parker's Hangover Tonic

The company started when Amy Eisenzimer (then Amy Parker), a Caesar aficionado, desired to not only enjoy the perfect Caesar or Bloody Mary, but enjoy the drink every time it was ordered.

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Montana's U.S. House Election: Candidate Profiles & Debate (VIDEO) Video included

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Greg Gianforte, Rob Quist, and Mark Wicks are competing to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

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8 crash deaths in Montana in recent days Video included

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Eight people have died in crashes around Montana within the last several days.

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Smith charged with killing his grandmother

Tyler Smith (Jail booking photo) Tyler Smith (Jail booking photo)
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Police arrived and found the victim dead in the home with a large knife in her back. 

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Butte woman dies after being hit by train in Miles City

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The crew reported seeing a person laying down on the tracks and immediately implemented an emergency braking application.

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Dangerously strong winds possible on Wednesday Video included

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The STORMTracker Weather Team says wind speeds could top 90 miles per hour in some areas, which could lead to power outages and property damage.

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Bullock vetoes health-care price transparency bill Video included

Gov. Steve Bullock Gov. Steve Bullock
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Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday vetoed the session’s major bill to help health-care consumers do some comparison shopping, saying it might actually increase health-care costs.

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Flags ordered to half-staff to honor Broadwater County Sheriff's Deputy Video included

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Deputy Moore was shot and killed while on duty near Three Forks on Tuesday.

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Livingston metal shop destroyed by fire

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The cause of a massive fire that destroyed a metal shop in Livingston on Friday was still under investigation on Monday, according to the Livingston Fire Chief. 

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Montana Historical Society works to conserve teepees Video included

Dating back to the mid to late 1800's, the teepee is one of few still in existence in the U.S. Dating back to the mid to late 1800's, the teepee is one of few still in existence in the U.S.
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Her work will help to conserve the teepee so it can be saved for years to come and viewed for research.

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Motorcycle Safety in Montana

Tom Cox, Poet Motorcycle owner and motorcyclist for more than 40 years, said even the most experienced motorcyclist needs to make sure to wear a helmet and protective gear every time they take a ride.

"You know, if you get too close to someone when driving you can get hurt or killed.  You don't want to have that in the back of your mind for the rest of your life so...give people some space,” said Cox.

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Radley students help "Relay For Life"

Radley Elementary School students have been collecting donations for the American Cancer Society.

On Friday, the kids walked around the school's track for the annual Relay For Life event.

Children received a bead each time they completed a loop around the track.

They will turn the beads into bracelets as a reminder of the event.

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"Cow Pie Carnival" at Smith School

The fourth annual Cow Pie Carnival fundraiser was held at Smith School on Friday.

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Phone companies invest in upgraded service in Montana Video included

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Construction crews have been working around the state adding coverage.

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Judging Yellowstone: Federal Magistrate holds unique legal position Video included

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Last year 4.2 million people visited Yellowstone National Park and every one of them had to follow certain rules.   Those that didn't faced a conversation with a Park Ranger, and potentially a visit to see the judge. 

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Therapy Garden dedicated at Fort Harrison Video included

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The Montana Future Health Professionals (HOSA) chose the Montana VA health care system as their 2016-17 school year state project.

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Health leaders say e-cigarettes could be harmful to teens

Electronic cigarettes (also called e-cigarettes or electronic nicotine delivery systems) Electronic cigarettes (also called e-cigarettes or electronic nicotine delivery systems)
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Officials say most e-cigarettes contain nicotine, which can affect brain development in young people.

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How you can help the family of Deputy Moore Video included

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Broadwater County Sheriff's deputy Mason Moore was shot and killed in the line of duty on Tuesday.

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Judge denies request to block demolition of Central School Video included

Central School in Helena Central School in Helena
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Developer Alan Nicholson and his wife Nancy requested the restraining order.

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  • Montana Made: Parker's Hangover Tonic

    Montana Made: Parker's Hangover Tonic

    The company started when Amy Eisenzimer (then Amy Parker), a Caesar aficionado, desired to not only enjoy the perfect Caesar or Bloody Mary, but enjoy the drink every time it was ordered.

    The company started when Amy Eisenzimer (then Amy Parker), a Caesar aficionado, desired to not only enjoy the perfect Caesar or Bloody Mary, but enjoy the drink every time it was ordered.

  • The buzz on bees under the Big Sky

    The buzz on bees under the Big Sky

    Honey bees may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Montana - but there is definitely a buzz under the Big Sky thanks to these hard workers. For most people, swarms of bees buzzing is a warning call to move - or get stung. 

    Honey bees may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Montana - but there is definitely a buzz under the Big Sky thanks to these hard workers. For most people, swarms of bees buzzing is a warning call to move - or get stung. 

  • Washington medical school helps Montana student come home

    Washington medical school helps Montana student come home

    "There are 55 designated medically under-served areas in this state alone," said Dr. Watson.  "Couple that with the number of doctors who are over the age of 60 in this state, well over 700 doctors in that category, and it means that we've got a lot of replacing to do, in addition to making up for deficits."

    "There are 55 designated medically under-served areas in this state alone," said Dr. Watson.  "Couple that with the number of doctors who are over the age of 60 in this state, well over 700 doctors in that category, and it means that we've got a lot of replacing to do, in addition to making up for deficits."

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