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A house in northwest Billings was engulfed in flames after a fire broke out.
The Montana Highway Patrol is investigating a deadly crash.
The Billings Police Department reports that on Saturday night officers were dispatched to the Northern Hotel at 19 N. Broadway St. in response to a 55-year-old Billings resident who stated he had a gun.
Hundreds of people lined up outside the Expo Center at MetraPark. 
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was in town Saturday to stump for congressional candidate Rob Quist. 
Native culture was celebrated at Billings Senior High Saturday, complete with the signing of Senate Bill 319. 
A little boy in our community gets a very special surprise from the Billings Police Department on his special day.

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WSJ Business

Ford is replacing CEO Mark Fields with Jim Hackett, who heads its innovation unit. The company has been considering leadership changes amid dissatisfaction with the stock price and a drive to clarify strategy.
Arconic struck a deal to give hedge fund Elliott Management seats on its board of directors, a settlement that ends a bruising five-month battle days before the vote.
Disney is betting the most successful movie ever will help continue a hot streak for its theme park business. But there are concerns about whether tourists will be drawn to a place inspired by an eight-year-old film.
Some bosses are rebelling against the open-office movement, saying productivity and morale have suffered in the service of egalitarianism.

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ESPN Sports

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Revis avoids league discipline for incident
Mobile betting eyed for Raiders' Las Vegas site
Cavs blow 21-point lead in Game 3 as LeBron disappears

Ag News

New data from the U.S. Department of Labor shows farmers sought more workers through the H-2A visa program in the first months of the Trump presidency.
Look for $17 Class III prices by fall, say Wisconsin dairy economists Bob Cropp and Mark Stephenson.     
Multi-country deal would have put U.S. in stronger negotiating position    
President Donald Trump's budget hasn't been released yet, but that's not stopping some of Capitol Hill's most important Republicans from giving it a cold shoulder.