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Missing Darby Boy Walks Out of Wilderness After Massive Response by Authorities [AUDIO]

A Darby teenager walked out of the Bitterroot wilderness Saturday morning after a massive response was mounted to find the boy who had been missing since Thursday.

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Identity of Victor ATV Accident Released [AUDIO]

Eric Luther, 43, of Victor was identified on Monday, July 8 as the man who was killed in an all-terrain vehicle accident that occurred on Thursday afternoon, July 4.

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UPDATE – Deputy and Victim Identified in Missoula Officer Involved Shooting Incident [AUDIO]

UPDATE - Sunday, June 30, 2013 4:19 p.m.
Missoula County Deputy Sheriff Jonathan Stinefort was involved in a shooting on Friday during a drug investigation.

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UPDATE – Montana Governor Vetoes State Anti-Gun Control Bill

UPDATE- Friday, March 29, 2013 This report Filed by the Associated Press

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Gov. Steve Bullock has vetoed a bill that would have prohibited local and state police from enforcing any potential federal gun bans.

House Bill 302 was backed by gun advocates who argued the state should be ready in case Congress enacts a gun ban. They say the measure would also send a strong signal that Montana opposes gun bans.

Bullock said in his Thursday veto message that it does not appear that Congress will ban assault weapons. Bullock called the Legislature's bill "unnecessary political theater."

He added that if House Bill 302 were used as intended, it would turn police into criminals for not cooperating with federal officers, as they are required to do.

Bullock also vetoed a bill that would allow wolf hunters to use silencers on their rifles

HB 302 was passed by both houses of the legislature on Tuesday, March 26, and sent to Governor Steve Bullock's desk for his signature.

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Update – Florence Woman Died of Heart Attack While Riding [NEW AUDIO]

A 68 year-old Florence woman was found dead Tuesday afternoon on a horseback riding trail near Larry Creek in the Bitterroot National Forest.

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Public Meeting in Hamilton to Discuss Fire [AUDIO]

Sawtooth Fire officials and members of the Ravalli County Sheriff's Department and the Red Cross will be at the Hamilton High School Performing Arts Center at 6 p.m. for a public meeting.

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