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The buzz on bees under the Big Sky Video included

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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. 

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West Yellowstone School awarded One Class At A Time check Video included

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West Yellowstone School teacher Mary Wilson accepted a "One Class At a Time" check for $250 Monday. The money will go toward funding purchases of tabletop physics materials for the school. Shelley Beal from First Interstate Bank and KBZK's Matt Elwell presented the check. 

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Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport lands nearly $2M grant to upgrade taxiway

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (MTN News photo) Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (MTN News photo)
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The Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport landed a nearly $2 million grant on Tuesday morning. U.S. Senator Jon Tester announced that the grant will be used by the airport to fix and upgrade its facilities so it can continue to support the growing economy in the Gallatin Valley. 

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Deputies prepared to patrol in Montana's most rural areas Video included

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On Friday, the police reports were released with the details of what happened last Tuesday morning when Deputy Moore was killed. " He did everything by the book there was nothing he could do to prevent that, it would have happened to every single one of us and that's what's spooky and that's what scares me to death as a sheriff." said Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin. 

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Bozeman drivers face a summer of road construction as city wrestles $50-60M in transportation needs Video included

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As most people in Bozeman have experienced, there are some missing gaps in our transportation system. Roads that randomly end. Or intersections with stop signs that should be stop lights. The community’s needs keep growing, but the roadways have not. 

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Trump's budget numbers: What gets cut, what gets bolstered

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President Donald Trump's team released its first full budget proposal on Tuesday, and while lawmakers are likely to dismiss most of it -- as they traditionally do with most White House wishlists -- the document provides fresh insight into the administration's priorities.

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Quist battles against questions over finances, taxes Video included

Democratic U.S. House candidate Rob Quist Democratic U.S. House candidate Rob Quist
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Rob Quist is best-known for his music – but he’s also faced questions in the campaign about his finances and taxes. 

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Montana Made: Parker's Hangover Tonic Video included

Amy Eisenzimer mixes just five ingredients to make a drink with a kick: Parker's Hangover Tonic. Amy Eisenzimer mixes just five ingredients to make a drink with a kick: Parker's Hangover Tonic.
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"My expectations when I started were...I didn't have any. I was truly going into the unknown and had no idea," said Eisenzimer.

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Drought at an all-time low, Flooding a concern

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HELENA, Mont. – Montana’s 2017 water year will be the best in several years, with minimal drought concerns for the growing season, and water supplies in excess of normal in the Flathead and Bighorn River basins, according to the Governor’s Drought and Water Supply Advisory Committee (DWSAC). “Drought will not be an issue this year,” said Ada Montague, DWSAC’s staff and a water planner with the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservat... More>>

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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Strong Winds Likely Wednesday For Bozeman Video included

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Increasing surface winds will begin early Wednesday morning as a cold front rolls in from the West. This front will produce surface winds from the WSW ahead of the front and WNW behind the front. Wind highlights from the National Weather Service include a Wind Advisory for far Western Montana and a High Wind Warning across central and Northern Montana Wednesday. Butte/Blackfoot region including I-90 a Wind Advisory is up Wednesday from 9 am to 9 pm. SW winds will be increasing by We...

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Missoula photographer sues for unauthorized use of Rob Quist photo in attack ad

The mailer was sent out with Peterman's photo (U.S. District Court in Missoula) The mailer was sent out with Peterman's photo (U.S. District Court in Missoula)
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A Missoula photographer is suing the Republican National Committee for the unauthorized use of her photo in an attack ad against Montana’s democratic congressional candidate.

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Elaborate senior photos allow students to live out their fantasies in yearbook

For her senior yearbook photo, Carlee Hebert skipped the studio and headed to her backyard pool. (CREDIT: Digi Smiles) For her senior yearbook photo, Carlee Hebert skipped the studio and headed to her backyard pool. (CREDIT: Digi Smiles)
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For her senior yearbook photo, 17-year-old Carlee Hebert skipped the studio and headed to her backyard pool. 

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Body found in Flathead River identified as Kalispell woman reported missing

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Dacia Finch of Kalispell was reported missing in March.

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Funeral service held for Deputy Mason Moore Video included

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A funeral service was held Tuesday morning for Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore.

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On Special Assignment: The Truth about Trafficking - Part 2 Video included

Montana is not immune to the human trafficking problem (MTN News/Brandon Sullivan Photo) Montana is not immune to the human trafficking problem (MTN News/Brandon Sullivan Photo)
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Pimps and traffickers are expert manipulators, often starting out as a boyfriend figure and gaining the victims trust and dependence before they start their abuse. 

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Anaconda man accused in stabbing death of grandmother

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A 21-year-old Anaconda man is in jail Tuesday in connection with the stabbing death of his grandmother Monday. Tyler Smith is accused of stabbing Vicki Smith, 64, Monday afternoon in her home at 419 Oak Street, according to Anaconda Police Chief Tim Barkell. 

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Tuesday Morning Forecast - Sensational Afternoon Video included

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Temperatures will warm quickly into the middle 70s today with full sunshine and a light southwest wind between 5-10 mph.  Skies will stay clear for the evening as our lows fall back to the 40s overnight. Your Wednesday will be a windy one as a cold front sweeps through the region leaving wind speeds gusting between 30 and 40 mph out of the south.  

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Wanted in Montana: BOLO Alert issued for Randy Lee Wittman

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The United States Marshals Service District of Montana has issued a BOLO Alert (Be-on-the-Lookout) for Randy Lee Wittman. 

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning

Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - latest local news and headlines from across the world.

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ACLU complaint alleges racial discrimination at Montana high school basketball game

During a public forum in Billings, Meg Singer, left, with the Montana ACLU, introduced Brandy and Elsworth GoesAhead. (Ed Kemmick/Last Best News) During a public forum in Billings, Meg Singer, left, with the Montana ACLU, introduced Brandy and Elsworth GoesAhead. (Ed Kemmick/Last Best News)
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The American Civil Liberties Union of Montana has filed a discrimination complaint to the Montana Human Rights Bureau on behalf of four Native Americans who allege that they were denied admission to a high school basketball game while white fans were being admitted.

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Crews working hard to open Beartooth Pass for Memorial Day weekend

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Plowing crews working the Beartooth Highway south of Red Lodge are confident the scenic road to Cooke City and the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park will be open in time for the start of the Memorial Day weekend Friday morning.

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Townsend preps for deputy’s procession Video included

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Nearly 500 law enforcement officers and first responders will participate in honoring Broadwater County deputy Mason Moore on Tuesday.

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Machete-wielding Billings man charged after incident over the weekend

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A Billings man is behind bars after threatening people with a machete for taking his girlfriend's phone. 

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Elephant crushes big game hunter to death after it is fatally shot

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A big game hunter was crushed to death after an elephant, which his friends had fatally shot, collapsed on top of him.

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Prepping for darkness: Scientists plan for coverage of summer eclipse Video included

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Over the weekend MSU hosted a large gathering of amateur and professional scientists from all over the country learning more about the telescopes and software which will be used to track and monitor this year’s solar eclipse.

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Butte woman killed by train in Miles City

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A Butte woman was killed when she was struck by a train in Miles City, according to a BNSF spokesman on Monday.

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New fruit juice guidelines include big change for babies

The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated its guidelines on how much fruit juice children should drink. ISTOCKPHOTO The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated its guidelines on how much fruit juice children should drink. ISTOCKPHOTO
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Kids love their juice, but new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics advise parents to pull back on fruit juices of all kinds for children of all ages.

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Gov. Bullock orders flags at half-staff on Tuesday for Deputy Mason Moore

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Governor Steve Bullock ordered all flags to be flown at half-staff on Tuesday to honor Broadwater County Deputy Sheriff Mason Moore. 

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Police: Fatalities after incident at Ariana Grande concert

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There are fatalities following an incident at Manchester Arena in England on Monday, according to local police.

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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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Missoula shooting sends man to hospital with head wound Video included

A man was shot in the head on West Broadway in Missoula early Monday. (Kent Luetzen/MTN News photo) A man was shot in the head on West Broadway in Missoula early Monday. (Kent Luetzen/MTN News photo)
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One man is in the hospital after being shot in the head Monday morning on West Broadway in Missoula. 

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On Special Assignment: The Truth About Trafficking - Part 1 Video included

Billings sees three times the amount of human trafficking activity than any other city in Montana (MTN News/Brandon Sullivan Photo) Billings sees three times the amount of human trafficking activity than any other city in Montana (MTN News/Brandon Sullivan Photo)
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Billings sees three times the amount of human trafficking activity than any other city in Montana.

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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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A Waiting Child: Pair of twins looking for family to call their own Video included

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This month’s waiting children are a pair of twins, Aaron and Arianna. 

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American oil companies deepen Saudi ties, despite rivalry

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Saudi Arabia and American shale oil companies remain in a battle for global dominance that has sparked a rare bout of financial trouble for the kingdom and forced it to think about life after oil. 

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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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Events scheduled for fallen deputy service on Tuesday

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According to a press release from Gallatin County Media Center, Gallatin County will be hosting a large number of law enforcement and fire service personnel and vehicles Tuesday in honor of Broadwater County Sheriff’s Deputy Mason Moore. 

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Billings man killed in motorcycle crash Video included

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The Montana Highway Patrol was dispatched to a crash in Big Horn County at 10:20 a.m. on Sunday.

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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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One dead in Story Mill Road crash

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Montana Highway Patrol reports that one person is dead following a Sunday evening crash on Story Mill Road. According to MHP, the crash was reported at 7:51 p.m. Sunday and occurred near Longhorn Road. 

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Sanders fires up Butte crowd at Quist rally Video included

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It didn’t long for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders fired up the crowd at Rob Quist’s rally in the Butte Civic Center Saturday.

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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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Bicyclist killed by Mission Valley hit-and-run driver

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A bicyclist died Sunday morning near St. Ignatius after being hit from behind by a pickup truck. 

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Colorado couple and 4-year-old son found dead in home

Elizabeth Stacy and John Paul Farrar (credit: Facebook) Elizabeth Stacy and John Paul Farrar (credit: Facebook)
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Police are investigating the deaths of a father, mother and their 4-year-old son at their home in Erie. 

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning

Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Monday, May 22, 2017 - latest local news and headlines from across the world.

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Tillerson holds briefing in Saudi Arabia without US press

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson briefed the media in Saudi Arabia on Sunday without members of the American press in attendance. 

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Monday Morning Forecast - Mild With Late Showers Video included

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Temperatures are expected to be back in the 60s for the afternoon with a slight chance of showers in the late afternoon or early evening.  Showers will clear out after sunset as lows fall back to the 30s and 40s overnight. 

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The other border

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A growing number of immigrants from Latin America say they're looking north.

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Water breaches 'Doomsday' vault entrance, seeds unharmed

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Unseasonably warm temperatures last fall caused water to breach the entrance to the Arctic's so-called "Doomsday" seed vault, one of humanity's last hopes after a global catastrophe, the company that manages the vault said last week. 

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Roberts ready for Memorial Day

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Eight days until Memorial Day and on Sunday, the town of Roberts started remembering those who served the country. About 60 citizens put up crosses and dog tags along 1.6 miles of Highway 212.

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Governor signs bill to protect domestic violence victims

Gov. Bullock signs SB 153 to help domestic violence victims. Gov. Bullock signs SB 153 to help domestic violence victims.
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Governor Steve Bullock came to Billings Saturday and signed four bills into law. One of the bills would help prevent domestic violence fatalities.

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Signal Peak suing companies for 2014 fire that caused $2.4 million in damages

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Signal Peak Energy in Roundup is suing a trio of companies for allegedly causing more than $2 million in damage after the improper installation of equipment caused a fire in 2014. 

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Flyers promoting anti- Semitic messages pop up again Video included

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Saturday, anti-Semitic pamphlets were dropped in one of Bozeman's neighborhoods, this is the second time this has happened to those residents in 10 days. 

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Senator Bernie Sanders wraps up Montana tour at MSU Video included

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wraps up his tour in Bozeman (MTN News photo) Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wraps up his tour in Bozeman (MTN News photo)
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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) took a two day tour through parts of Montana to campaign for Democratic candidate for Montana's lone congressional seat, Rob Quist. 

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Red Lodge teen killed in rollover crash, identified

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A Carbon County resident was killed in a vehicle crash on Saturday afternoon, according to authorities. 

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State AGs to Sessions: Rescind criminal charging guidance

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More than a dozen state attorneys general sent US Attorney General Jeff Sessions a letter Thursday asking him to rescind criminal charging guidance he sent to prosecutors last week.

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Israel: Netanyahu says all government ministers must attend Trump's arrival

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has demanded his government ministers attend the arrival ceremony of US President Donald Trump on Monday morning after several of them said they were going to skip it, according to the office of one of the ministers. The minister's office, which spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the visit, told CNN that a number of ministers intended to skip the arrival ceremony at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport because it is expect... More>>

Home builders can't find enough workers

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There's a huge "help wanted" sign hanging over the home building industry.

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Senator Tester holds Quist Rally in Great Falls

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While Senator Bernie Sanders stumped for democratic U.S. House candidate Rob Quist in Missoula and Butte today, Senator Jon Tester came to Great Falls to rally support for the democrat. 

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Pink Heals Tour visits Billings

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A pink bus and a motorcycle club came together to help cancer patients on Saturday. 

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'Drive them out': Trump calls on Muslims to share burden in terror fight

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President Donald Trump looked to make clear that the United States is not at war with Islam in a major speech here on Sunday, instead defining the battle against terrorist groups as a "battle between good and evil" as he urged Muslim-majority countries to redouble their Counterterrorism efforts. 

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Today’s Weather is Great, Tomorrow is Better –Bozeman Video included

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A few clouds out there in SW Montana, but most of the showers are staying to the East of the Northern Rocky Mountain Front today. We will enjoy the warmth and sunshine today, but tomorrow is looking even better as this ridge of High Pressure moves Eastward. Above normal temperatures will likely allow more snow to melt, but not expecting any minor flooding issues as this will be a gradual increase in temperatures.   Please tune back in tonight on KBZK at 5:30 and at 10 for your e... More>>

Montanans drift off with new float therapy Video included

The treatment at Enlyten Lab in Missoula goes by a few names including restricted environmental stimulation technique therapy. (MTN News photo) The treatment at Enlyten Lab in Missoula goes by a few names including restricted environmental stimulation technique therapy. (MTN News photo)
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People are paying more than $50 to spend an hour or more floating in 12 inches of warm saltwater, naked, in the dark. 

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Needless medical tests not only cost $200 billion, they can do harm

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It's common knowledge in medicine: Doctors routinely order tests on hospital patients that are unnecessary and wasteful. Sutter Health, a giant hospital chain in Northern California, thought it found a simple solution. The Sacramento-based health system deleted the button physicians used to order repetitive daily blood tests. "We took it out and couldn't wait to see the data," said Ann Marie Giusto, a Sutter Health executive. Alas, the number of orders hardly changed. That... More>>

Comey's father: Trump was 'scared to death' of FBI director

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The father of former FBI Director James Comey says his son was fired because President Donald Trump was "scared to death of him." 

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Training for danger: Montana Law Enforcement Academy

The MLEA puts officers through a 12-week training program that includes mock traffic stops and building searches. (MTN News photo) The MLEA puts officers through a 12-week training program that includes mock traffic stops and building searches. (MTN News photo)
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The MLEA puts officers through a 12-week training program that includes mock traffic stops and building searches.

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Foul play ruled out in Rosebud Mine death

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The cause of death of a man found in the Rosebud Mine on Thursday is still under investigation, but authorities have ruled out foul play. 

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Obituary: Jessica Miller

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Jessica Miller passed away at home in the arms of her loving husband on May 9, 2017, after a long battle with breast cancer.   

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Trump kicks off first foreign trip with upbeat tone, despite brewing scandals

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President Trump and the first lady arrive in Saudi Arabia The Trump administration turmoil briefly seemed a world away as President Trump was greeted warmly in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, 6,700 miles from Washington.

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Clearing Skies & Warming Temperatures Today –Bozeman Video included

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We are in for some nicer weather.  Hopefully you can get out and enjoy this warmer weather and sunnier skies.  This morning is a bit chilly, so a light jacket is needed, but by the afternoon, you’ll be shedding some layers as temperatures will climb into the upper 50s and mid-to-upper 60s. I have some better news later on tonight for you folks that love sunny skies and warmer temperatures… I will let you know at 5:30 and at 10 on KBZK. More>>

Gov. Bullock comes to Billings for ceremonial signing of regalia bill

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Gov. Steve Bullock was on hand at Billings Senior High School on Saturday afternoon for the ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 319.

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Possible leak found at Washington nuclear site

A tunnel at Washington's Hanford nuclear site collapsed on May 9, creating a 20-foot hole. (CNN photo) A tunnel at Washington's Hanford nuclear site collapsed on May 9, creating a 20-foot hole. (CNN photo)
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Authorities at Washington state's Hanford nuclear waste site are investigating a possible leak after discovering radioactive material on a worker's clothing. 

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"Wear It Montana" encourages wearing life jackets while recreating on water

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"Wear It Montana" is a program that is part of a national program to stress the importance of wearing a life jacket when you are anywhere near water. 

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Sen. Bernie Sanders live from Billings for Quist campaign

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Click here for livestream feed. Sen. Bernie Sanders is scheduled to speak in support of U.S. House candidate Rob Quist in Billings on Saturday, May 20, 2017. It was announced that the location of the rally has been moved to the Expo Center at MetraPark. Doors open at 8:00 p.m. and the rally is scheduled to begin at 8:30 and last about an hour.

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Fishing season opens for a day for young piscators Video included

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Some people see fish as beautiful creatures and others see them as slimy, scaly and gross.  

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Bozeman police bike auction brings smiles Video included

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The sun is out and so are Bozeman's cyclists and today there are a few more wheels on the roads and trails around town. 

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Senator Bernie Sanders is making several appearances this weekend in Montana Video included

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It didn't long for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders fired up the crowd at Rob Quist's rally in the Butte Civic Center Saturday. 

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New owner brings upgrades to Fort Benton Grocery Store

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Ted Kaste took over K’s Supermarket from his dad in 2009, and says a rep from his wholesaler recommended that he buy the Fort Benton grocery store which became available in September of 2016. 

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Woman charged for macing fast food employees over stale french fries

Police say 25-year-old Eiram Chanel Amir Dixson sprayed mace on employees at a Wendy's during an argument over french fries. Police say 25-year-old Eiram Chanel Amir Dixson sprayed mace on employees at a Wendy's during an argument over french fries.
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Employees at a fast food restaurant in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, say a woman sprayed them with Mace during a dispute over fresh french fries.  

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RV park and cabin village approved for West Glacier

GPI will be allowed to build a 102-space RV park and cabin village off River Bend Drive in West Glacier. (MTN News photo) GPI will be allowed to build a 102-space RV park and cabin village off River Bend Drive in West Glacier. (MTN News photo)
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Plans are moving forward for the West Glacier RV Cabin Village after Flathead County Commissioners gave their approval to the project.

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John Morrell and Co. Recalls Beef Frank Products

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John Morrell and Co., a Cincinnati, Ohio establishment, is recalling approximately 210,606 pounds of ready-to-eat hot dog products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically metal, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Friday. 

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Visitor restriction in place at Montana State Prison Video included

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The Montana State Prison will restrict visitation this weekend after an influenza outbreak was discovered at the facility this week. 

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Callista Gingrich to be nominated as ambassador to Vatican

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President Donald Trump has announced his intent to nominate Callista Gingrich, the wife of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, to be the US ambassador to the Vatican. 

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Belt General Mills Grain Elevator demolished Friday

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It took several attempts to get the sturdy structure to fall. Cascade County Commissioner Jim Larson's father worked at that particular building for 31 years. 

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Summer Games ends leaving smiles, memories after Missoula stay

The Montana Special Olympics Summer Games wrapped up in Missoula on 5.19.17. (MTN News photo) The Montana Special Olympics Summer Games wrapped up in Missoula on 5.19.17. (MTN News photo)
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The cheers and a few tears are over as the Special Olympics Montana ends a three year stay in the Garden City. 

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Grizzly bears captured, relocated in the Flathead

An adult female grizzly bear captured on May 16th south of Ferndale.  (photo credit: MT FWP) An adult female grizzly bear captured on May 16th south of Ferndale. (photo credit: MT FWP)
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The animals were captured on May 16 after getting into two small chest freezers that were outside of a mobile home.

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In victory for moderates, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani wins re-election

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani handily won re-election in what amounts to a victory for the Shiite nation's reformist camp and a sign that citizens favor fruitful engagement with the outside world. "I humbly bow my head down to you," Rouhani said to his people in a tweet translated from Farsi. "I will remain loyal to my promise to you." Rouhani, who defeated his conservative challenger Ebrahim Raisi in the Friday elections, garnered 57% of the vote, Interior Mi... More>>

Melania and Ivanka Trump arrive in Saudi Arabia sans headscarves

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First lady Melania Trump and first daughter Ivanka Trump arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Saturday morning sporting an absence of headscarves. 

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U.S. Honor Flag honors fallen deputy in Montana

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Early Friday evening the U.S. Honor Flag arrived in the state of Montana to honor Deputy Sheriff Mason Moore.

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Montana's special election means additional costs for counties

Moore estimates the poll election will cost Cascade County an additional $60,000, which includes setting up all 7 polling locations and hiring 80 election judges. Moore estimates the poll election will cost Cascade County an additional $60,000, which includes setting up all 7 polling locations and hiring 80 election judges.
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The election to replace Ryan Zinke comes just months after the statewide 2016 general election.

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Montana women recognized for leadership in community

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The Committee for Change by Women was joined by Governor Steve Bullock to present the awards to leaders in the private, public and governmental sector.

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Famous grizzly bear mother still going strong with 2 more cubs

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The world's most famous grizzly bear just did it again. She slept in.

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Whole milk making a comeback

More and more people are ditching low-fat dairy products and choosing whole milk instead. (CBS News photo) More and more people are ditching low-fat dairy products and choosing whole milk instead. (CBS News photo)
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More and more people are ditching low-fat dairy products and choosing whole milk instead.

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President's fiscal 2018 budget would slash EPA spending by 30%

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President Donald Trump's fiscal 2018 budget request would slash EPA spending by almost a third, according to a copy of the President's proposal obtained by CNN. 

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Instagram worst social media app for young people's mental health

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Instagram is the most detrimental social networking app for young people's mental health, followed closely by Snapchat, according to a new report by the Royal Society for Public Health. 

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Health leaders say e-cigarettes could be harmful to teens

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Officials say most e-cigarettes contain nicotine, which can affect brain development in young people.

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Funeral service planned for Deputy Mason Moore Video included

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Deputy Mason Moore's funeral will be Tuesday, May 23, at 11:00 a.m. at the Bridge Church in Belgrade, MT.   

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  • The buzz on bees under the Big Sky

    The buzz on bees under the Big Sky

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 4:12 PM EDT2017-05-23 20:12:18 GMT

    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. 

  • Funeral service held for Deputy Mason Moore

    Funeral service held for Deputy Mason Moore

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 3:00 PM EDT2017-05-23 19:00:57 GMT

    A funeral service was held Tuesday morning for Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore.

    A funeral service was held Tuesday morning for Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore.

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  • Montana Made: Parker's Hangover Tonic

    Montana Made: Parker's Hangover Tonic

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 7:00 PM EDT2017-05-23 23:00:24 GMT
    Amy Eisenzimer mixes just five ingredients to make a drink with a kick: Parker's Hangover Tonic.Amy Eisenzimer mixes just five ingredients to make a drink with a kick: Parker's Hangover Tonic.

    "My expectations when I started were...I didn't have any. I was truly going into the unknown and had no idea," said Eisenzimer.

    "My expectations when I started were...I didn't have any. I was truly going into the unknown and had no idea," said Eisenzimer.

  • Montana Historical Society works to conserve teepees

    Montana Historical Society works to conserve teepees

    Tuesday, May 23 2017 6:00 PM EDT2017-05-23 22:00:18 GMT
    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.

    Her work will help to conserve the teepee so it can be saved for years to come and viewed for research.

    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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