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Apartment Fire Injures Resident – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

One person was injured and over $75,000 in damage reported from an early Sunday morning apartment fire in Missoula...

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Zinke Changes Mind, Will Debate Lewis Monday

Republican U.S. House candidate Ryan Zinke will debate Democrat John Lewis in Billings on Monday night, after all.

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Court Hears Arguments in Jury Award Cap Case

The Montana Supreme Court heard arguments in an appeal of a case that could determine whether the state's $10 million cap on jury awards for punitive damages will stand.

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Man Killed in Fatal Crash Near Great Falls

Montana Highway Patrol officials say a 47-year-old man was killed in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 15 near Great Falls.

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Suspect in 1999 Killing Extradited to Montana

A Colorado man accused of killing his wife 15 years ago in Montana has been extradited to face a charge of deliberate homicide in the case.

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Teacher to Be Re-Sentenced in Montana Rape Case

A teacher who spent just a month in prison for the rape of a 14-year-old student is going back to court to be re-sentenced, after the original judge in the case was censured over comments that placed some responsibility on the victim.

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Man Falls to Death From Palace Hotel – News Headlines [YouTube]

35 year-old man falls to his death in downtown, Missoula.

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District Judge Orders Commissioner of Higher Education to Release Redacted Records Sought by Author [AUdio]

A judge has ordered the State Commissioner of Higher Education, Clayton Christian, to release any records relating to a University of Montana student accused of sexual assault in 2012, to author Jon Krakauer. 

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Steve Daines Challenges Forest Service Proposal to Charge for Photographs on Public Lands

The U.S. Forest Service is currently asking for public comment on whether or not it should require "special use permits related to still photography and commercial filming in congressionally designated wilderness areas."  Montana Congressman Steve Daines says the plan threatens the First Amendment rights of U.S. citizens.

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Fire Claims Life of Corvallis Man – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

A Corvallis area man killed in mobile home fire..

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