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An Ohio college football player kicked his way onto a full ride scholarship. Bowling Green State University sophomore Jake Suder was set to play this upcoming football season without a scholarship. Head coach Mike Jinks said he could earn one if he made a 53-yard field goal. Suder drilled it through the uprights, earning a full ride scholarship for the rest of his time at school. In 2016, Suder was the team's primary kicker, making 9-of-12 field goal attempts and 35-of-38 extra points.
"Crow tradition and our family is all we got," said event organizer Seth Whiteclay. 
As students embark on their next school year, questions are finally being answered as to why former assistant principal Sarah Sheldon stepped down unexpectedly last December.
Reports of several cases of canine illnesses with similar symptoms to canine influenza spread through Montana causing pet owners to be alarmed. 
Governor Steve Bullock today announced Montana’s unemployment rate remained at 3.9% in July. The U.S. unemployment rate declined by 0.1 percentage point to 4.3% after a slight uptick last month.
A traveling Vietnam Memorial exhibit is on display at Will James Middle School now through Sunday.
CEO of Big Sky Science Education Enhancement, Henry Lafever decided to jump on the solar eclipse glasses early.
We all know that humans need special protection to view the solar eclipse, but what about your pets? 
At least 13 people are dead and 100 others injured after a van plowed through a crowded Barcelona street today. 
When a bear in Lockwood found life in the wild too stressful, he sought serenity and bliss in a koi pond.
Former Griz basketball coach Wayne Tinkle is in Spain this week and was very close by as the terror attack in Barcelona unfolded Thursday. 
In the wake of a decision to remove the last remaining Confederate memorial in the Rocky Mountain Northwest, Bullock calls on nation’s leaders to “act like our kids are watching” during times of divisiveness.
Two teenagers are in the hospital after a fight MontanaFair late Tuesday night. 
Around 6 p.m. tonight it was confirmed by one of the Helena City Commissioners that the fountain in Helena will be removed. There is no word on when it will be moved, what will replace it, or if it will be moved to a museum.  The American Indian caucus asked the Helena City Commissioner to remove the fountain, which was given to the city back in the early 1900's.
The Veterans Affairs clinic that’s moving to Cody will probably be in a West Park Hospital facility. That’s the word from West Park CEO Doug McMillan. Northwest Wyoming’s only VA clinic has been based in Powell. McMillan said when he heard the clinic would be moving to Cody, he contacted Texas based Valor Healthcare immediately. The hospital CEO said Valor will operate the Cody clinic. West Park co-owns the Cody Medical Arts Complex, and plans to lease space to...
There are three more days left at MontanaFair. Concerts are always a big part of the fair but this past week, the featured concerts did not sell out as expected.
The Yellowstone River Round-Up PRCA Rodeo kicks off Thursday night.
Attorney General Tim Fox is joining 49 other state and territorial attorneys general in a bi-partisan coalition urging Congress to affirm that all law enforcement agencies retain their traditional authority to fight sex trafficking.
Don't get caught with "shady" glasses during the solar eclipse. We have some tips on what to look for before the moon obscures the sun.
"It's one of those things where you get to watch as I get out of the handcuffs, the shackles. On one breath. So it usually takes me about 2.5 to 3 minutes to escape." 
Jason Badger is charged with the deliberate homicide of a six-month-old child. In court Tuesday, Badger pleaded not guilty, denying responsibility for the child's death.
People all across the state travel to hospitals in Billings to visit with their doctors, which can get tiring if you have to visit frequently.
Friday night, members of the Lodge Grass community came together to show love and support for the victims of last week's shooting. 
One week from Monday, millions of people will stop what they are doing and gaze up at the sun.
Evacuation orders are still in effect for Lolo residents and many of the roads are still closed off.