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Nearly $7,000 in GFFR equipment stolen from parked vehicle
Members of the Great Falls Fire Rescue community are asking for the public's help in finding the person who stole thousands of dollars worth of firefighting gear Tuesday night.
High wind warning issued for central Montana
The National Weather Service in Great Falls has issued a high wind warning from Tuesday morning until Wednesday evening for central Montana, including the Helena area. Forecasts call for a couple of rounds of mountain snow in the Glacier National Park and Bob Marshall Wilderness this week along with
Making sure children in Great Falls have a Merry Christmas: On air for 24 hours
GREAT FALLS- A local radio host has been on air for the last 24 hours. Three years ago, Nick Northern's general manager over at K99 and 107.5 The Peak wanted to do something to give back to our community around the holidays. With no kids and the only young one around the station, Northern offered to
More alleged victims file in Miles City sexual abuse case
A new filing in the lawsuit alleging that a former Custer County District High School athletic trainer ran a systematic sexual abuse program argues that the school failed to protect victims after receiving complaints about Jensen.
Woman admits embezzling from Blackfeet Head Start
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — A Montana woman has admitted her role in a scheme in which employees at the Blackfeet Tribe's Head Start program falsely claimed a combined 7,800 hours in overtime pay.
We are better because of Bush's example
I met President George H. W. Bush, our 41st President, when he was a former president campaigning in Great Falls in 2000 for his son, then presidential candidate George W. Bush.
Great Falls man sentenced for counterfeiting money
GREAT FALLS - Great Falls resident Derek Mathew Ferdinand, 32, was sentenced to nine months in prison, two years of supervised release and ordered to pay $1,485 restitution in federal court on Dec. 11 for conviction for making fake money, U.S. Attorney Kurt G. Alme said.
HHS swimmers finish 2018 in Great Falls
The Havre High swim teams only started their season at the Havre Invitational last week. But, the Blue Ponies have already reached the end of their 2018 schedule. Havre was in Great Falls this past weekend for two meets at the Swarthout Pool. Friday, the Blue Ponies took part in the Great Falls Pre
Mansch On Montana: Recalling when lost little girl made headlines all over Montana
It was Sunday, Nov. 7, 1937, the eve of the 48th anniversary of Montana’s admission to the Union, and 5-year-old Patsy Eckley was on an outing with her parents in the mountains near Avon.
Man arrested for slashing tires on eight vehicles, burglarizing home
Great Falls police responded to a man vandalizing a vehicle Sunday morning and later connected him to seven additional cases of vehicle damage as well as a burglary. The suspect's downfall came when a resident called police at 7:04 a.m. to report a person vandalizing a vehicle, Lt. Brian Black said.
Great Falls 3rd grader wants to thank mystery benefactor after kind deed
When Mattilyn Beedy, 8, lost her school backpack, the mistake might have meant her family had to replace it and the two library books inside. Instead, a yet-unknown, kind-hearted Great Falls person found the backpack at the bus stop and noticed the fraying, the missing zipper and the way it was worn
Aircraft mechanic uses skills to create dancing light displays for Helena homes
Thomas Reguin has been decorating his family’s house for the holidays near Lake Helena for eight years. Every year, the family welcomes the community to drive by 5785 Southview Drive and tune in and listen to the music while the lights dance.
Who you gonna call? If you need help, it's 2-1-1
There are emergencies that calling 9-1-1 isn’t set up to solve. Whether it’s getting help paying a power bill in the middle of winter or finding food to feed your family, calling 2-1-1 connects people who need help with resources in their communities.
Brace yourself: More high wind is on the horizon for Montana
Brace for another windy week with gusts of up to 60 mph to 85 mph expected making travel conditions hazardous for drivers of high-profile vehicles and increasing chances for power outages and downed tree trees.
Great Falls man identified in fatal crash after high-speed chase north of Helena
A pursuit of a Great Falls man that started in Cascade County ended with a fatal crash in Lewis and Clark County early Wednesday morning. Tracey Jade Johnston, 46, died at the scene of the crash, Lewis and Clark County Coroner Bryan Backeberg said.
In Montana, worry over LGBTQ acceptance, and hope for an inclusive future
The left breast pocket of Kelsay Jensen’s jean jacket has become a platform for her pieces of flair. It started with a small rainbow sticker. Someone handed it to her at a barbecue her first semester at Montana State University.
Looking to Increase Montana Hemp Farming
GREAT FALLS- Montana's Industrial Hemp Pilot Program has gone from 13 to over 60 farmers in the last two years. Which is why the Montana Farmers Union and the Department of Agriculture are looking to boost those numbers even more.
Printing Center USA Raises Most Money in Polar Plunge History
GREAT FALLS- This year, Printing Center USA ended up raising the most money in the history of the Polar Plunge. After being in our town for 47 years, for the first time Printing Center USA decided to reach out to their customers across the country who ended up contributing to the company holding the
Slow start dooms Bison girls' basketball
The good news for the Great Falls High Bison girls’ basketball team? Well, they outscored the Missoula Sentinel Spartans 27-21 in the final three quarters. The bad news? They dug themselves an 18-5 hole in the first quarter that the Bison couldn’t escape in a 39-32 loss in Missoula on Friday to fall
Lawmakers urge Trump to move Keystone forward
Montana Sen. Steve Daines and Rep. Greg Gianforte are among 44 Republican members of Congress who asked President Donald J. Trump on Friday to do what he can to move construction forward for the stalled Keystone XL pipeline.