Providence St. Patrick Hospital issued a news release late Tuesday night to the hundreds of media inquiries they have received over the past few weeks regarding their preparations to treat any patients who may present with Ebola.
A new Paragon Insights poll of 668 likely Montana Voters shows a plurality of opposition to proposed new EPA regulations on carbon emissions from power plants. While 39 percent supported the regulations, 49 percent opposed.
There were "several shooting incidents in downtown Ottawa" Wednesday morning, according to Ottawa police. The shooter or shooters have not been identified, though at least one is believed to be deceased.
In our family of radio stations, KYSS-FM has being holding the 'KYSSmas For Kids' auction for several decades. This year, we are expanding it to all 5 of our stations to help as many kids as we can this holiday season
Thousands are preparing for a statewide earthquake drill tomorrow and Jennifer McKee with the Commissioner’s Office reminds Montanans not to assume their homeowner’s insurance policy will cover damage caused by an earthquake because—chances are, it probably doesn’t.
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