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Montana’s campaign-contribution limits appealed to U.S. Supreme Court

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A prominent critic of campaign-finance limits has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down Montana’s campaign-contribution limits, arguing they are an unconstitutional limit on free speech. 

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Veteran wins Hero of Helena giveaway van

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A Helena Valley auto shop is giving back to some local veterans.
 

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Air quality rated "unhealthy" in Helena and surrounding areas

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The air quality in Helena and surrounding areas has been rated "unhealthy."

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Organizations recognize fallen service members and families

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Local veterans’ service organizations came together in Helena Saturday, to recognize fallen service members and to support their families.
 

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Helena Boy Scout helps refurbish furniture for Center for Mental Health

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A Helena-area Boy Scout spent the day helping a local nonprofit make some of its aging furniture as good as new.

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Visitors enjoy East Glacier despite fires

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People have come from near and far to spend part of their summer in Glacier National Park despite the smoky conditions.
 

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Analysis: The facts behind Gianforte’s ad attacking Williams on immigration

Gianforte campaign ad attacking Democrat Williams Gianforte campaign ad attacking Democrat Williams
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Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte’s first campaign TV ad, which began airing last week, sharply criticizes Democratic challenger Kathleen Williams on immigration and foreign policy. But some of the ad’s leading claims misrepresent Williams’ stated views on the subject.

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Crews transition to mop-up stage for Shellrock fire; 467 Trail fire 50 percent contained

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Crews are entering a mop-up stage for the Shellrock Fire while the 467 Trail Fire is 50 percent contained.

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Life jacket program works to save lives at Spring Meadow Lake State Park

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Leaders say a program to provide loaner life jackets for visitors to Spring Meadow Lake State Park is already a success.
 

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Montana Ag Network: Hobson residents work to save a piece of history

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The Pride of the Judith was formed to save Hobson's historic grain elevators.

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Father and son escape Howe Ridge Fire in Glacier National Park (video)

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Bilton and his father tried to escape the flames in their rental car, but soon realized they were trapped.

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Showers and storms through tomorrow morning

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Another day of very low air quality is affecting all of Big Sky Country. We are also tracking scattered showers and storms that will last through the rest of the day.

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Hundreds affected by power outage in Teton County

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Hundreds of customers are affected by a power outage in Teton County.

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Family Olympics offer fun before school starts

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The entire family had an excuse to get outside on Sunday and enjoy free games and food before school starts.
 

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Kids test hunting skills at First Peoples Buffalo Jump

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Kids of all ages tested their hunting skills at the First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park.
 

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All counties in Montana under an Air Quality Alert

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Widespread smoke continues to affect air quality and the visibility across the state. Air Quality Alert is in effect for all counties in the state.

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Fugitive arrested after car chase in Billings

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A federal fugitive led local, state, and federal law enforcement on a chase early Sunday morning.
 

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More evacuations ordered due to Howe Ridge Fire in Glacier National Park

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The Howe Ridge Fire in Glacier National Park has now burned an estimated 7,835 acres

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Billings woman crashes her car while chasing thieves

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She was not seriously injured, and will most likely be cited for reckless driving.

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Third body recovered from Bighorn Lake after boating accident

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The body of Christian Scoville of Billings was recovered late Friday

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Montana firefighters returning home after battling California fires

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The teams from Missoula and other Montana cities have been fighting the Mendocino Complex fires.

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Lightning danger isn't just wildfires - ranchers can lose livestock

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 Fifteen sheep were killed after one lightning bolt struck a fence they were huddled around - just feet from the owner's front door.

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Investigation underway after woman drowns at Lake Como

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Ravalli County Sheriff Holton said search and rescue personnel found the woman about 80 feet from the shore

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Grant will fund prescription collection boxes for Montana pharmacies

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DPHHS leaders said, so far, 21 boxes have already been requested.

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Glendive woman charged with negligent homicide for son's "hot car" death

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On June 26, the child was flown to Billings from Glendive with a body temperature of 107 degrees

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Helena airport receives "Outstanding Air Traffic Facility Award"

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Helena Regional Airport was selected from about 150 control towers for the honor.

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Ekstedt, charged with attacking Special Olympian with a baseball bat, changes his plea

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Ekstedt is accused of assaulting Montana Special Olympian Gary Fuller on June 14 with a baseball bat.

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Analysis: The facts behind Tester’s anti-Rosendale health care ad

A frame from U.S. Sen. Jon Tester's ad blasting Matt Rosendale on health care A frame from U.S. Sen. Jon Tester's ad blasting Matt Rosendale on health care
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In Montana’s U.S. Senate race, health care will be a key issue – and the latest broadcast ad from Democratic incumbent Jon Tester takes some hard shots at Republican Matt Rosendale, accusing him of “making health care less affordable.” 

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