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Poll Shows Steve Daines Pulling Ahead of John Walsh After U.S. Senate Primary

The first post-primary poll of the U.S. Senate race between Republican Steve Daines and Democrat John Walsh was released by Rasmussen Reports yesterday.

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Lost Glacier Hikers Found Safe

Two hikers got lost while coming back from a day-hike in Glacier National Park this week.

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Montana Morning Newscast for June 12, 2014

Too busy to read the news? Just click the video above and let KGVO's Peter Christian read the news for you. Enjoy!

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Montana News Headlines for June 11, 2014

Catch up on the news with Montana's top headlines for the morning of June 11, 2014.

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Board Rejects Clemency Application for Barry Beach

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Montana's parole board has rejected a clemency application from Barry Beach, meaning he will continue serving his prison sentence for a 1979 slaying.

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Dog Attacks on Sheep Spur Action in Missoula

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Missoula authorities plan a crackdown on uncontrolled dogs in a popular hiking area after three attacks on sheep the city relies on to graze down noxious weeds.

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Montana Man Awaits Word on Clemency Application

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A Montana man convicted in the beating death of a high school classmate will learn whether he gets another shot at freedom after 30 years of protesting his innocence.

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Kidnapper’s Request for New Trial Rejected

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — A Wilsall man sentenced to 40 years in prison for escaping from a Bozeman pre-release center and holding his former foster mother hostage has been denied a new trial.

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Commissioner Bans “Churner” From Montana Securities Industry [AUDIO]

Montana Securities Commissioner Monica Lindeen has permanently barred a New York City-based securities salesperson from operating in Montana.

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Rise in Montana Gas Prices Surprises Analysts

Montana gas prices went up over the last week by about four cents. The amount may not seem like much, but gasbuddy.com Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan says the trend is surprising.

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