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School District Two superintendent Terry Bouk announced Monday night the school will reopen, but it won't open as a school.
Five officers are now on administrative leave following an officer involved shooting over the weekend, bringing the total to thirteen officers within the last month who have been put on leave.
Body found in field off of South 32nd Street in Billings has been identified.
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, Mont. (AP) - A Montana state representative from Billings is resigning his seat because he is moving to Great Falls.    
One man is in critical condition after being shot in the chest at a Lockwood house party. 
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. 
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.
Billings Police officers are investigating an overnight shooting at Bones Brewery on Broadwater Avenue.  


WSJ Business

The Justice Department filed a lawsuit Monday challenging AT&T’s proposed acquisition of Time Warner, alleging the combination of the two companies poses an unlawful threat to competition that could raise prices and slow innovation.
Mergers and acquisitions announced in the U.S. in November hit a near-record $200 billion as CEOs in many industries join forces to fend off competition from Amazon, Facebook, Google and Netflix.
Instead of copying Amazon’s playbook, retailers such as Wal-Mart and Target are coming up with new tricks to maximize sales ahead of Black Friday.
Regulators are expected to unveil plans for reversing rules that require internet service providers to treat all web traffic equally, a move that could reshape the internet economy and consumers’ online experience.

Montana News

Military News

Officials say four people are being treated for burns after a fire broke out at a dental clinic at San Diego's Navy hospital.
While most Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving with family, many sailors will spend the day standing duty aboard their ships.
The International Criminal Court prosecutor asked for authorization to investigate reported human rights abuses in Afghanistan.
The U.S. commander in Afghanistan has a two-year plan to force the Taliban into peace talks.

Ag News

Grain markets continue to fall into holiday-type trade as harvest wraps-up and Thanksgiving approaches. Outside markets continue to hope for US tax reform favorable to business.
Several mergers suggest producers, manufacturers and retailers will continue reinventing what the future of food looks like.
Are you ready for retirement? There are steps you should take to ensure you’re able to live the life you desire once it’s time to pass the management reins to the next generation.
Marketing advisors normally don’t “travel in packs,” but risk-management advisors seem to be herded into the same corral this year.
Cattle were under pressure to start the week following Fridays bearish Cattle on Feed report. What's next for them in a shortened holiday week?