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Motorcycle Fatality
Q2 reports that one man is dead after a motorcycle crash on South 20th Street West near Canyon Drive Thursday afternoon. Billings Police Sgt. Clyde Reid said the man appeared to be traveling at a high rate of speed, heading southbound on South 20th Street West, when he lost control of the motorcycle…
Young Buck Freed
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reported on Thursday morning that a resident who lives on Elaine Street noticed a young buck with its antler stuck between two trees. The animal struggled for what could have been hours finally rested on the ground...
Historic Mega Millions Jackpot
Q2 reports the Mega Millions lottery jackpot keeps going up after no one won the drawing Tuesday night. Some Billings convenience store clerks say lottery ticket sales are on the rise. The next drawing is Friday, and it will be the largest jackpot in the game’s history and the second…
Immigration Politics
Issues of immigration and national security loom large in Montana’s 2018 race for U.S. Senate and the lone seat in the U.S. House– particularly for the Republican candidates. Incumbent first-term Congressman Greg Gianforte and Republican Senate nominee Matt Rosendale chastise t…
Jeff Bridges Endorses Tester at MSU
In a race for the U.S. Senate that has drawn national attention and numerous visits to Montana from the president, vice president and members of the first family endorsing GOP nominee  Matt Rosendale, it was incumbent Democratic Senator Jon Tester’s turn on Wednesday...
Molnar's Political Column: Slandered, Libeled
This all stems from the 1994 U.S. Supreme Court ruling entitled “New York Times v Sullivan”. In this case Sullivan, a city commissioner, sued the New York Times for $500,000 because they printed an ad containing minor errors and exaggerated claims against him.
Countywide Siren Test Today
At 6 p.m. today, Yellowstone County Disaster and Emergency Services will conduct a county-wide emergency siren test, where all 24 sirens will blare for one minutes at all sites. The system is designed to alert people to manmade or natural disasters, extreme weather, chemical emergencies or national …

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