News Talk 730, KYYA
  • 16.39355 - Vapor Craziness - 315 Main St – 6.20.16 @ 1:10am 16.39132 - Vape Shoppe - 3210 Henesta Dr - 6.19.16 @ 12:36am 16.38889 – UBlaze Vapor - 111 S 24th St W – 6.18.16 @ 1:50am 16.36832 – UBlaze Vapor - 111 S 24th St W – 6.10.16 @ 1:38am
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  • – U.S. Senator Steve Daines today announced that Montana will receive $1,500,000 from the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) Bureau of Reclamation for local projects in Bozeman, Huntley and the Missouri River headwaters basin in southwestern Montana to improve water and energy efficiency and drought mitigation.
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Local News

The right combination of hot temperatures and strong winds puts Yellowstone County under an open burn ban. Disaster and Emergency Services Director, Brad Shoemaker said with the current system they have in place they can cancel or put a burn ban into place almost instantaneously to help with safety concerns and agriculturalists needs. 
Billings police continue their investigation into a shooting on Billings' South Side. Billings police say just before 11:00 Thursday night they responded to a report of gun shots at the intersection of Jefferson and Kratz. While they were on their way police say they were told that a white man had fired five to six rounds in front of a home.
Billings police say they arrested two teens suspected of breaking into vape shops in Billings. Billings police say over the past two weeks three vapor shops have been broken into. On June 10th the Ublaze Vapor on South 24th Street was broken into just after 1:30a.m. The shop was also broken into on the 18th.
If you ask most kids what they want to be when they grow up, they might tell you an astronaut or a ballerina. Not Zach Hansen, though.
Archeologists and volunteers are working to uncover the past at the Heart Mountain Japanese Confinement Site in Northwest Wyoming.


Business News

The vote by citizens of Great Britain to leave the EU impacted the U.S. presidential race, Politico's Ben White says.
Richard Haass at the Council on Foreign Relations says the Brexit vote spells the end of the U.K.
The U.K. has spoken: It has decided to end its relationship with the European Union.
The shock result of the U.K.'s referendum on its future in the EU has led to fears about how Brexit will impact job recruitment.
Xerox said Jeff Jacobson, the president of its technology unit, would take over as chief executive after the company splits.

Montana News

Sports News

Manziel's lawyer uncertain QB can stay clean
Leafs take Matthews No. 1; Laine to Jets at No. 2
Auston Matthews ready to make his mark
Baylor, Briles acknowledge 'serious shortcomings'
The offseason of James Harden begins today

Entertainment News

AfterShock Comics breaks new ground with "Alters," the first title transgender hero
Todd Solondz talked to CBS News about why he decided revisit Dawn Wiener and the challenges of working with a dachshund dog.
One Direction member Harry Styles is officially going solo
Actor Luis Guzman talked about which of his characters he thinks is more interesting than his real-life persona