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KRTV Morning News - Wed Jan 28

Top stories for the morning of Wednesday, January 28th, 2015: - The death of a University of Montana student along Interstate 90 last Friday has been ruled a suicide. - The suicide of a Montana Tech student on campus Monday has students and staff grieving. - A teenager was hospitalized following an ATV crash in Sun Prairie. Click here for more details. - One man dies following a collision on Frontage Road,... Read Story

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Jan 27, 2015 10:14 AM

KRTV Morning News - Tue Jan 27

Top stories for the morning of Tuesday, January 27th, 2014: - A car with two people inside crashed into the front of a man's house on the 2600 block of Arcadia just before 10 p.m. on Sunday. Click here for more details. - The Lincoln County Attorney's office continues to investigate a Libby homicide case that happened late last year in the shooting death of 31-year old Michael Roloff. - The body of... Read Story

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Jan 26, 2015 9:46 AM

KRTV Morning News - Mon Jan 26

- Officials have confirmed the pedestrian killed on I-90 was a student at UM. Click here to read more . - A 54-year-old Missoula man is in custody after pulling a knife on two people early Saturday morning. Click here for more details. - Thomas Sutherland has been been booked into the Cascade County Detention Center for allegedly stabbing a person with a knife. Click here for more details. - A sad... Read Story

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Jan 23, 2015 9:48 AM

KRTV Morning News - Fri Jan 23

Top stories for the morning of Friday, January 23rd, 2015: - A Malmstrom missile officer found guilty of illegal drug use will spend one month in the Chouteau County Detention Center before being dismissed from the Air Force. Click here for more details. - A Helena woman who was recently sentenced for trying to attack two other women with her car is back in jail on new charges. Click here for more details. ... Read Story

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Jan 22, 2015 11:15 AM

Rescue Mission says thank you to Great Falls

GREAT FALLS - On January 1st, we began our 52nd year of caring for men, women and children who are hungry, homeless and in need. Great Falls Rescue Mission would like to thank the individuals, businesses, organizations, churches, foundation, and families of North Central Montana for investing your finances, clothing, furniture and over 6,000 hours of your time to help change lives: Emergency Food & Shelter: • 40,866 nights of safe shelter were provided for men,... Read Story

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