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Truck Crashed Into Clark Fork River “For No Apparent Reason,” Suspects Sought

A 1989 Chevy Pickup was found partially submerged Clark Fork River near Kelly Island this morning, Tuesday, November 4, and the Montana Highway Patrol is still searching for two suspects.

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Missoula Shooting ‘Legally Justified’ -Montana Headlines [YouTube]

Missoula Fox Club shooting ruled 'legally justified'.

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Fox Club Shooting Coroner’s Inquest Begins, Girlfriend of Deceased Reveals Pregnancy

The Coroner's Inquest on a shooting that occurred in the parking lot of Missoula's Fox Club Cabaret Strip Club has begun, and already there is a new element of tragedy.

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Grandmother of Injured School Child Speaks Out – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

The grandmother of a special needs child that was injured on a Missoula public school playground on Friday has spoken out..

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Authorities Investigate Bear Shootings

Federal officials are investigating a grizzly bear shooting earlier this week in southwestern Montana.

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Moose Killed, Left to Waste North of Butte

Wildlife officials are asking for the public's helping in finding the person who shot and killed a cow moose north of Butte.

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Two Guilty to Roles in Death of Lame Deer Woman

A 42-year-old South Dakota woman and her common-law husband have pleaded guilty to federal charges for their roles in the death of a Lame Deer woman over the July 4 weekend in 2013.

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Montana GOP Director Says Commissioner Issued “Biased” Mailer Decision, Should Have Recused Himself

Montana Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl is being accused of an unequal handling of the law in his responses to two "voter guide" mailers in a 2014 Montana Supreme Court race.

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Sheriff’s Captain Retires – ‘Heart Breaks for Department’ -Montana Headlines [YouTube]

Missoula County Sheriff's Captain Brad Giffin has retired, and spoke on KGVO's Talk Back show about being heartbroken over the divisive election for sheriff.

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Final Pages of Ryan Zinke’s Military Records Reach the Montana Press

A set of missing military records for Republican U.S. House candidate Ryan Zinke has finally been provided to the press.

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