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Cleanup is underway at Helena Chemical in Laurel. The Laurel Fire Department was called to the business around 6:30 Wednesday morning. 
The Billings Police Department says two robberies at separate Billings casinos happened only minutes apart overnight. 
Let's be honest, for many of us our pets are part of the family, and like our other family members, sometimes they don't feel so well. But unlike our children, spouses, and parents, they can't tell us when they feel down.
Weather closed several roads in the Northwest Wyoming region Tuesday. The Wyoming Department of Transportation posted closure information and photos on their Facebook page throughout the day to update drivers needing to find an alternate route.
Two serious accidents happen in Billings Tuesday morning: one on airport road and one on 19th and Broadwater. 
Montana residents may not need to use passports to board domestic flights next year, after all.
After more than one year of planning and discussion between the Billings Mustangs and the city, the Billings City Council and minor league baseball team reached a new agreement Monday for the Mustangs leasing Dehler Park. Mustangs team owner Dave Heller said he is very pleased with a new, 10-year lease agreement being reached. "Everybody with the Mustangs is happy about it," Heller said. "We love being in Billings. Billings is our home. It's been our home since 1948 an...

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The war over net neutrality is heating up in anticipation of a top regulator’s announcement Wednesday, with hundreds of tech startups urging preservation of existing rules and small cable companies pleading for a rollback.
Twitter said 9 million new monthly-active users joined its network in the first quarter but revenue fell for the first time since the company went public, raising questions about how it is going to hit its goal of becoming profitable this year.
Walt Disney’s ESPN is laying off about 100 employees, including on-air talent, as it further looks to cut costs amid challenging times in the pay-TV business.
The proliferation of connected devices and big data is handing new clout to chip makers. The result is an unprecedented semiconductor boom, as a flood of demand pushes up prices and gives an advantage to firms that can secure huge quantities of the must-have components.

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ESPN Sports

The good, bad and ugly from 40 years of trying to replace Hall of Fame QBs
NCAA tourney drives record betting in Vegas
Sources: RB Lynch terms set for Raiders deal
Bulls' Rondo: Not ready to return for Game 5
Sources: Vikes may skip Bridgewater option
Reports: Bush-Jeter group wins bid for Marlins
Serena talks social media slip of pregnancy
Lynch fills Raiders' need in backfield, but is he the old Beast Mode?

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Deep snow is melting into Western mountain streams, but some farmers and ranchers on the high plains are struggling amid a lengthy dry spell and the aftermath of destructive wildfires.
Nearly 100 days since his nomination, former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue has his first day as head of the USDA under his belt.
If U.S.-Mexico trade relations deteriorate, Argentina could fill some of the void.    
After a few days of warm and dry days in parts of the Corn Belt, farmers had the opportunity to plant, but midweek showers are moving across the Midwest, adding new moisture to soil that’s seeing adequate or surplus levels.
The biggest U.S. dairy importer is talking with New Zealand and buying more from the EU. Guess why.