Civil rights attorneys say they hope to exonerate the Crow Indian Tribe's former chairman of a bribery conviction by obtaining unreleased emails from a federal judge reprimanded for sending racist correspondence.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has reinstated the conviction of a former Miss Montana who was charged with defrauding her homeowner's insurance while her Somers mansion was undergoing repairs due to wind and fire damage in 2008.
A small group of protesters gathered in downtown Missoula last night following the verdict by a grand jury in Ferguson finding that no charges should be filed against a police officer who shot and killed a black teenager.
The day after Thanksgiving, known popularly as Black Friday, can be a day of savings, but the Better Business Bureau warns shoppers to be wary of the many dangers that exist, especially when shopping online.
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