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GFPD releases timeline of police stand-off with Carmen Gopher Video included

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Prosecutors have requested that bond for Gopher be set at $75,000.

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Legislature passes bill to comply with federal “Real ID Act” Video included

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The Legislature passed a bill 83-17 Tuesday that offers a compromise on the 2005 federal “Real ID Act,” which standardizes state identification cards.

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Prevent Child Abuse & Neglect Conference honors advocates Video included

Dozens of Montanans were recognized Tuesday for their efforts to support children and families. Dozens of Montanans were recognized Tuesday for their efforts to support children and families.
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Dozens of Montanans were recognized Tuesday for their efforts to support children and families.

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Lawmakers insert $13M hospital tax in budget bill Video included

Bob Olsen, VP of Montana Hospital Assoc. Bob Olsen, VP of Montana Hospital Assoc.
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In a surprise move Tuesday, state lawmakers endorsed a temporary $13 million tax on a dozen Montana hospitals to help balance the 2018-19 state budget – and fund a pilot program to help children attending privately run preschools. 

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Montana Made: The Burger Dive

The Burger Dive was Halsten’s dream for years and that dream became a reality in 2010. The Burger Dive was Halsten’s dream for years and that dream became a reality in 2010.
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In 2014, The Burger Dive made their first appearance on the world stage, winning the title of “Best of the Bash.”

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Medical marijuana bill clears Montana Legislature Video included

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SB 333 now includes requirements to track and limit seeds, test labs and plants, and implement taxation.

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"Connected vehicles" discussed in Great Falls

Educators from across the state are in Great Falls this week to hear about developments in driverless vehicles. Educators from across the state are in Great Falls this week to hear about developments in driverless vehicles.
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is currently forming traffic rules for the future use of "connected vehicles."

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Budget deal could kill wage increase for direct-care workers

Rep. Jon Knokey, R-Bozeman Rep. Jon Knokey, R-Bozeman
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A last-minute budget deal could effectively kill a measure to raise wages for thousands of locally employed workers who take care of developmentally disabled and elderly Montanans, supporters of the bill said Tuesday. 

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Hail hits I-15 near Dutton (video) Video included

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We have received several reports that cars are pulling off the road due to slick conditions.

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Montana lumber mill: new tariffs on Canadian timber are a good start Video included

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The tariffs come after an agreement signed under President George W. Bush expired in 2015.

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Craft brewing gets recognition from Montana Historical Society Video included

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Craft brewing in Montana has evolved considerably over the past few decades and its place in Montana history has not gone unnoticed.

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"Rumble strips" being installed on some roads in Montana to reduce crashes Video included

The state chose the roads to receive the safety upgrades based on the number of crashes in a specific area over time. The state chose the roads to receive the safety upgrades based on the number of crashes in a specific area over time.
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Roads with the center strips saw an estimated 42% fewer crashes, and as much as a 73% reduction in fatal crashes.

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One Class At A Time: Loy Elementary School

As part of our One Class At A Time program, KRTV and First Interstate Bank recently presented Jolene DeRosa a check for 250 dollars to buy two snap circuits for her classroom.

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Obituary: Rocky Joe Heckman

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Rocky was born on June 25, 1958 in Baker, Montana to Bud and Beverly Heckman.

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Red Dog agrees to plead guilty to killing Poplar baby Video included

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Red Dog is charged in U.S. District Court in Great Falls with first degree murder or second degree murder in the alternative.

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Body of man reported missing has been found Video included

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The body of James Mings, who was reported missing last week in Great Falls, has been found. 

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Ursuline Centre will host annual Mother's Day Brunch

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This year’s event will include a Mother’s Day gift raffle, a Decadent Dessert Room, and live music by The Lucky Valentines.

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Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers: April 2017 "Most Wanted"

Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers: April 2017 "Most Wanted" Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers: April 2017 "Most Wanted"
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If you have information about any of the people on the list, you're asked to call the Crimestoppers Hotline at 727-TIPS (8477).

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KRTV Facebook Page: commenting guidelines

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The KRTV Facebook page is an open forum, but we strive to keep conversations civil, so please keep your comments on topic and in good taste. 

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Black Eagle Independence Day Parade soliciting applications

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The parade is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 4th.

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  • Details of police stand-off with Carmen Gopher

    Details of police stand-off with Carmen Gopher

    For the incident leading up to the stand-off, Gopher has been charged with felony criminal endangerment, felony criminal mischief, and the following misdemeanors: disorderly conduct; careless driving; failure to obey traffic signal; no insurance; fail to give information and render aid at crash site; fail to stop at accident scene; driving on the wrong side of the road.

    For the incident leading up to the stand-off, Gopher has been charged with felony criminal endangerment, felony criminal mischief, and the following misdemeanors: disorderly conduct; careless driving; failure to obey traffic signal; no insurance; fail to give information and render aid at crash site; fail to stop at accident scene; driving on the wrong side of the road.

  • Heavy hail along I-15 (VIDEO)

    Heavy hail along I-15 (VIDEO)

    Hail is covering parts of I-15 north of Dutton.

    We have received several reports that cars and semi trucks are pulling off the road due to slick conditions.

    Hail is covering parts of I-15 north of Dutton.

    We have received several reports that cars and semi trucks are pulling off the road due to slick conditions.

  • Prevent Child Abuse & Neglect Conference honors advocates

    Prevent Child Abuse & Neglect Conference honors advocates

    At the annual Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect Conference, Governor Steve Bullock honored individuals who are foster parents, judges, child protection specialists, and special youth advocates.
     

    At the annual Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect Conference, Governor Steve Bullock honored individuals who are foster parents, judges, child protection specialists, and special youth advocates.
     

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