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Murder Suspect in Louisiana Refuses to Waive Extradition to Missoula [AUDIO]

Kevin Lino, 27, the man accused of torturing and killing a homeless man under the Reserve Street Bridge in July, has refused extradition to Missoula during a court hearing in Louisiana.

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Jail Cell
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Woman Enters Assault Plea, Body Found in River

A woman arrested after a man's body was found in the Clark Fork River has denied a charge alleging she was involved in an assault on the man.

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KGVO Morning News for Thursday August 7 [YouTube]

KGVO Montana Morning News...the Clark Fork River claims another life..Missoula men charged with kidnapping, rape and robbery in justice Court...small fires being fought in the Petty Creek area and near Potomac

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Missoula Higgins Bridge
photo by Brooke Andrus
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Body Found in Clark Fork River Identified

The Missoula County Coroner's office has released the name of the man whose body was found Wednesday evening in the Clark Fork River.

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Body in Clark Fork River
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Identity of Man Found in River Waiting for Family Notification

The body of a man in his 60's was found Wednesday evening in the Clark Fork River.

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Montana Rail Link
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UPDATE – Boeing Comments on Fuselages at Montana Rail Link Train Derailment [AUDIO]

UPDATE - Tuesday, July 8, 7:00 a.m.

On Monday, KGVO News reached out to the Boeing Corporation in Renton, Washington regarding the potential damage done to aircraft fuselages that slid down a rocky embankment into the Clark Fork River. We received this response from Boeing spokesperson Lynn Steinberg..

"A team of experts from Boeing and Spirit Aerosystems continues to assess damage to six 737 fuselages resulting from the July 3 train derailment near Rivulet, Montana. Once we have completed our assessment of damages and determined our next course of action, we will decide what to do with the fuselages.

Cars involved in the derailment carrying assemblies for the 777 and 747 have been inspected and their content appears undamaged. They will be shipped to the Boeing final assembly plant in Everett, arriving over the next several days.

The train was in-route from Spirit Aerosystems in Wichita, Kansas to the Boeing final assembly plant in Renton, Washington."

UPDATE- Montana Rail Link crews are slowly but surely removing the massive aircraft fuselages that sled down a steep embankment into the Clark Fork River after last Thursday's train derailment.

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Clark Fork recovery
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Cause of Death Released for Victim Recovered From Clark Fork River [AUDIO]

The Missoula County Coroner has released a report on the cause and manner of death of the 71 year-old man whose vehicle went into the Clark Fork River on June 10.

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Vehicle Recovery Victim Identified [DOCUMENT] [VIDEO]

UPDATE 12:00 noon 6/12/14

The victim in Wednesday's vehicle recovery effort in the Clark Fork River has been identified as Melvin Arthur Beedle, 71. The cause and manner of death are under investigation by the Missoula County Coroner. The investigation into what caused the accident is being handled by the Missoula Police Department.

UPDATE 4:00 P.M. 6/11/2014

Missoula Police Department Public Information Officer Travis Welsh issued a news release on Wednesday afternoon regarding efforts to recover the vehicle that submerged in the Clark Fork River.

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Bitterroot River Floods Pasture
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Bitterroot River Flooding Near Darby and Missoula – No River Rescue Calls Yet [VIDEO] [AUDIO]

The Bitterroot River has passed it's flood stage, and is flooding some low-lying areas in both Ravalli and Missoula counties. 

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2011 flood
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Warm Weather Will Bring Area Streams and Rivers to Near Flood Stage [AUDIO]

Recent warm temperatures are causing increasing snow melt, leading to higher water levels in area streams and rivers.

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