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Missoula Police Investigate Possible Sexual Assaults [YouTube]

Missoula police are investigating two incidents in which women were sexually assaulted while being touched inappropriately in the downtown area, possibly by the same individual.

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Train Derailment Caused 35,000 Gallons of Oil to Spill in Northeastern Montana

Last night, July 16th, around 6:30 p.m., the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s office received a report that a westbound BNSF train had derailed about 5 miles east of Culbertson close to Highway 2 spilling 35,000 gallons of crude oil.

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Thermal Feature Closes Road in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park Rangers have temporarily closed Upper Terrace Drive for vehicles due to an increased activity in a thermal feature under and around the pavement.

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Congressman Ryan Zinke on KGVO Montana Morning [YouTube]

Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke called into the KGVO Radio studios on Friday morning.

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Body Found in Missoula Hotel Subject of Statewide U.S. Marshal’s Service BOLO Alert

The man whose body was found in a Missoula apartment early Tuesday morning has been identified as the subject of a statewide BOLO alert issued by the U.S. Marshall's Service.

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Missoula Police Search For Man And Woman After Armed Robbery [YouTube]

A man and woman robbed the Maui Nites Casino late Wednesday night at gunpoint, and both are still at large. 

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New Project to Maintain Como Forest Health

Bitterroot National Forest Supervisor Julie King has signed the Record of Decision for the Como Forest Health Project on the Darby Ranger District.

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Missoula Council Member Wanting to Broaden Cellphone Regulations while Driving

The Missoula City Council is discussing changing the wording of the City Ordinance regarding cellphone use while driving.

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See if Your City Made the List of ‘Worst Driving’

On average, most people in the U.S. driving about 240 hours every year. We are talking 10 full days behind the wheel! Maybe we should consider moving somewhere that is a tad less soul-crushing...

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City Asks Judge Townsend To Deny Stay in Mountain Water Valuation [YouTube] [DOCUMENT]

Attorneys representing the City of Missoula have submitted a brief asking Judge Karen Townsend to deny a stay in valuation of the Mountain Water Company.

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