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Coombs pleads guilty to robbery in connection with stabbing death of Meriwether

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Coombs admitted that she intended to rob Meriwether last September, but she did not expect for Meriwether to die.

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August snow in Great Falls: Flashback to 1992 (video)

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As many people know, it can snow just about anytime in Montana - as the August 1992 storm demonstrated. 

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Grisly details of 2 murders revealed in court documents

The bodies had been placed into plastic tubs filled with chemicals. Investigators also found knives and an ax covered in blood, and what appeared to be human tissue. The bodies had been placed into plastic tubs filled with chemicals. Investigators also found knives and an ax covered in blood, and what appeared to be human tissue.
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The bodies had been placed into plastic tubs filled with chemicals. 

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Funeral service on Friday for Black Eagle Fire Chief Tom Martin

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Martin joined the department as a volunteer firefighter in 1994 and rose through the ranks to become the chief .

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Veterans Treatment Court hosts graduation ceremony

Veterans Treatment Court hosts graduation ceremony in Great Falls Veterans Treatment Court hosts graduation ceremony in Great Falls
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Two graduates were Vietnam-era veterans: Marvin Harris and Jeffery Osborne.

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Helena civic leaders address Confederate fountain controversy

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Some people questioned whether the decision came without adequate notice to the public.

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Air Force awards two contracts for new ICBM system

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Two contracts, valued at no more than $359 million each, were awarded after a full and open competition.

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Hunters reminded of safety tips, including fire dangers

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Hunters should be aware of current wildfire closures and how to avoid them.

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Bullock admin asks state agencies to ID additional 5 percent in budget cuts Video included

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The Bullock administration has asked state agencies to identify an additional 5 percent in budget cuts, MTN News has learned. 

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Montana Made: Tucker Family Farm

Montana Made: Tucker Family Farm Montana Made: Tucker Family Farm
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Those involved say it is about creating a product close to the source, in the most healthy and humane way possible.

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Cold front arrives Thursday bringing cooler temperatures

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On Thursday a cold front will move through the region bringing scattered showers and cooler temperatures.

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GFPS trustees approve budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year

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The grand total for this year’s budget is $88,589,432. Last year's total was $76,754,682, a difference of $11,834,750.

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Former Laurel educator suspended for sending partially-nude photos to teen student Video included

Sarah Sheldon's license was suspended last month (Photo from LinkedIn) Sarah Sheldon's license was suspended last month (Photo from LinkedIn)
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Sarah Sheldon, the former assistant principal at Laurel Middle School, had her license suspended for three years.

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Boil order issued for Vaughn Water & Sewer District customers

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Water service has been restored, but VWSD staff says that the water tank was drained. 

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A Waiting Child: Louann

This month’s A Waiting Child is 17-year-old Louann This month’s A Waiting Child is 17-year-old Louann
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Louann wants to go to college to become a nurse.

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Solar Eclipse over Montana (REPLAY)

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In Great Falls, the eclipse began at 10:19 a.m. Maximum obscurity - about 88.5% - was at 11:35 a.m. 

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West Nile Virus-positive mosquito pool detected in Cascade County

West Nile virus is transmitted to humans by infected mosquitos through bites. West Nile virus is transmitted to humans by infected mosquitos through bites.
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No known infection in humans has been detected in Cascade County so far this year

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Transient who killed Billings man in 2015 dies in prison

Bauer was convicted of mitigated deliberate homicide (MTN News) Bauer was convicted of mitigated deliberate homicide (MTN News)
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Bauer, 57 years old, was serving a 45-year sentence for the murder of Joseph Broken Rope.

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Wolverine Fire still burning in Glacier County

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Thirty-two firefighters are working to stop the fire from spreading.

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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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  • Helena civic leaders address Confederate fountain controversy

    Helena civic leaders address Confederate fountain controversy

    Helena city leaders are defending the process they took to remove the Confederate Memorial Fountain in Hill Park last week.

    The fountain was donated in 1916 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy. It included an inscription saying, “A loving tribute to our Confederate soldiers.”

    Helena city leaders are defending the process they took to remove the Confederate Memorial Fountain in Hill Park last week.

    The fountain was donated in 1916 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy. It included an inscription saying, “A loving tribute to our Confederate soldiers.”

  • Jeff Kelly's Tuesday night forecast

    Jeff Kelly's Tuesday night forecast

  • Veterans Treatment Court hosts graduation ceremony in Great Falls

    Veterans Treatment Court hosts graduation ceremony in Great Falls

    The 8th Judicial Veterans Treatment Court held a ceremony in Great Falls on Tuesday.

     Two graduates were Vietnam-era veterans: Marvin Harris and Jeffery Osborne.

    Judge Greg Pinski noted during the ceremony that about a quarter of a million veterans from that era suffer from the effects of PTSD.

    The 8th Judicial Veterans Treatment Court held a ceremony in Great Falls on Tuesday.

     Two graduates were Vietnam-era veterans: Marvin Harris and Jeffery Osborne.

    Judge Greg Pinski noted during the ceremony that about a quarter of a million veterans from that era suffer from the effects of PTSD.

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