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Forsyth Man, Woman Charged in House Fire

Two Forsyth residents face charges that they tried to kill five people by setting a house on fire.

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Montana Court Sends Wind Farm Clash to California

The Montana Supreme Court says a contract dispute involving a Montana wind farm's potential to harm nearby nesting eagles should be heard in California.

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Montana Receives “Perfect Grade” for New Unemployment Rate – Ranked 10th in the Nation

Montana’s unemployment rate has hit an all-time low in recent years and is expected to continue to decline.

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KGVO Morning News for Friday July 18

KGVO Montana news for Friday, July 18..

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Montana Supreme Court: Defendant Must Explain Self-Defense Claim

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Supreme Court has ruled a Great Falls man must testify at his deliberate homicide trial if he wants to argue he shot a Fairfield man in self-defense.

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Man Dies After Crash into Irrigation Ditch

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A 26-year-old Missoula man died after his vehicle hit a bridge guardrail and landed on its top in an irrigation ditch south of Frenchtown.

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Representative Steve Daines Passes Bill That Looks to Protect Landowners, Conserve Habitat

Representative Steve Daines joined the House of Representatives Thursday to pass a stack of bills that hope to encourage charitable giving, including one co-sponsored by Daines.

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KGVO Morning News Headlines for Thursday July 17 [YouTube]

Here are your Montana new headlines from Newstalk KGVO 1290-AM/101.5-FM, and here on Newstalkkgvo.com!

Missoula Police are looking for a burglary suspect. A homeowner caught the man's image on her surveillance camera

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Right to LIfe Group Slams Senator John Walsh for Sponsoring “Pro – Abortion Bill” [AUDIO]

The pro-life group National Right to Life has leveled sharp criticism at Democratic Montana Senator John Walsh for co-sponsoring what they call 'the most radical pro-abortion bill ever considered by Congress'.

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Economist: Change Dam Deal to Protect Consumers

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A state economist says if changes aren't made to Northwestern Energy's $900 million plan to buy 11 hydroelectric dams, customer prices could be higher for years.

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