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The big holiday shopping weekend is just around the corner following Thanksgiving and the Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be aware about the shopping scams that come with it.
KULR 8 has been seeing concern on social media from Billings residents about the safety of the community after recent violent crimes, even receiving phone calls.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The state health department has drafted proposed regulations for the medical marijuana industry, setting rules for quality testing, tracking and increasing fees. 
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A Montana state representative from Billings is resigning his seat because he is moving to Great Falls.    
Just before 3:30 Saturday morning, Billings police responded to a report of a robbery at the Red Lion Inn. A man entered the hotel and approached the front desk brandishing a handgun. The suspect demanded money from the clerk and took an unknown amount of cash. The suspect then fled the area. No shots were fired during the incident. 
Montana Highway Patrol responded to a one vehicle rollover crash around 7 o'clock Saturday night.
One person is dead following a police-involved shooting on the 400 block of Bunting Street in Billings Southside Saturday. Five officers have been placed on administrative leave as per officer-involved shooting protocol. 
Billings Police officers are investigating an overnight shooting at Bones Brewery on Broadwater Avenue.  
A passing car rammed into a police car in Cody Monday. It happened as the officer was opening his door to get out, after he stopped another car. The Wyoming Highway Patrol issued pictures of the damaged police car, parked on Sheridan Avenue near the Sierra Trading Post. 
If the governor chooses to veto the furloughs, some republicans say the only way to make-up for that lost money is through cuts elsewhere. 
Earlier this month the people of Laurel cast their votes and elected a new mayor. However, Mayor-Elect Dave Waggoner may have a big problem as he prepares to take office. 
The Hardin Generating Station could close if the company cannot find a buyer by sometime in early 2018. 

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WSJ Business

A housecleaning at GE’s board will remove many long-term associates of former Chief Jeff Immelt and aims to create a board that is more closely aligned with CEO John Flannery’s strategy to streamline the industrial giant.
The Trump administration is adding hurdles and increasing scrutiny in the employment-visa application process, making it harder for businesses to hire foreign workers, and companies and immigration attorneys are bracing for more changes soon.
The acquisition would create a bigger and more well-rounded competitor to chip-making giants such as Intel Corp. and Broadcom Ltd.
CEO Adam Tan drove the global ascent and ambition of the conglomerate, which has sought comparisons to Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. It is now drawing the scrutiny of regulators and Wall Street, and its debt-fueled expansion has hit a wall.

Montana News

Military News

U.S. Forces Japan cut off local liberty for all troops in the region and prohibited consumption of alcohol until further notice.
Mugabe's talks with army commander Constantino Chiwenga are the second round of negotiations on an exit for the longtime leader.
If Mugabe doesn't resign as the country's president by noon Monday, Parliament will begin impeachment proceedings against him.
If the president decided to launch a nuclear attack, Gen. John Hyten of the U.S. Strategic Command would be giving him options.

Ag News

Wheat joined the party on Friday with corn and beans, but can they continue to gain strength in the holiday week?
WinField United Completes Three Megers and Moves Toward Total Agronomy Solution
Machinery Pete provides list of auction sale prices on Combines so far in November 2017
Soybeans accelerated higher on Friday, is it sustainable?