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Average Insurance Costs Up 1.35 Percent in Montana

Starting tomorrow, Montanans will be able to access the federal health care exchange website and see if insurance plans cost more or less than last year, according to Jennifer McKee with the Montana Office of Securities and Insurance, the average Montanan will see costs rise.

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EPA Proposed Redefinition of Waters of The U.S. an “Illegal Power Grab” Says Montana AG

Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has written a letter to protest a proposed rule change by the EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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Big Winter Storm Named After Montana City, How “Bozeman” Got Its Name

Winter Storm "Astro" hit Montana on Monday and is gone. Now, November 13,  Montana is facing winter storm "Bozeman."

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Failing to Shovel Sidewalks in Missoula Can Be Expensive, Law and Fees Explained

Snow has returned to Montana and that means Missoulians with sidewalks are under strict orders to get those sidewalks shoveled. Missoula City Code Compliance Manager Gregg Wood explains the law.

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[VIDEO] Montana Man Who Shot Bin Laden Describes Mission Tension, “We’re Not Going to Come Back”

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.comIn a tell-all interview with Fox News titled "The Man Who Killed Usama Bin Laden," Butte, Montana native Robert O'Neill describes the tensions his team faced before deploying to find and kill bin Laden.

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Study: Half of Montana Families Struggle to Make Ends Meet

A new study by the Montana Kid’s Count Data Center is drawing attention to issues faced by Montana families. Kid’s Count Communication's Director Jennifer Calder says young families in Montana face a variety of challenges.

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Montana 2015 Legislative Leadership Revealed

Today, Wednesday, November 12, lawmakers are meeting in Helena to choose their leadership in the Montana House and Senate. Below are the names of those chosen by state Republicans and Democrats for leadership.

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Montana Gas Prices Heading Toward Four Year Record Low

Over the past week, the average price for a gallon of gas in Montana has fallen more than six cents and is well on it's way to a four-year record low.

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Missoula Police Putting $300,000 Grant to Work in Aiding Sexual Assault Victims

Right now, the Missoula Police Department is spending a portion of a 300,000 dollar grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Violence Against Women.

"One of the big expenditures is the funding for a Crime Victim Advocate to work directly within the Missoula Police Department, embedded right there with detective division in the police department," said Missoula Police Captain Mike Colyer

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Missoula Veteran’s Day Speeches to be Delivered Inside Missoula Courthouse

Inclement weather won’t stop Missoula from honoring those who’ve served during today’s Veteran’s Day Ceremonies, but there will be a slight change of venue for part of the ceremony.

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