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The Stillwater County Sheriff’s Office and the Columbus Police Department reports that Search and Rescue personnel located a deceased person believed to be the Columbus, MT man that may have fallen into the Yellowstone River on or before December 13, 2016. 
 In Governor Steve Bullock's budget plan for the next two years, he proposes an $80-million cut from the transportation department. The cut would freeze 30 highway projects and millions would be taken from the Montana Highway Patrol budget resulting in 27 troopers laid off.
Still in your health news, Billings Clinic is now offering a new procedure to patients who would have to travel out of state otherwise.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Panelists at a drug summit convened by the Montana Legislature say state resources are being strained because of an increase in methamphetamine use.    
If my chance there's an emergency, it's good to know how to perform the life-saving technique, CPR. Dozens attended CPR Saturday at St. Vincent Healthcare Saturday morning to either get certified for the first time or renew their certification. 
In it's 12th year and continuing to grow more and more is Brewer Dental Center's Dentistry from the Heart. Dozens filled the parking lot and waiting room once the doors opened at six this morning to ensure their spot for free dental care. 
A Milwaukee firefighter sought in connection with child porn charges was arrested Friday in Big Horn County, Montana..
It's the largest agriculture show in the region. But, in today's day of smart phones, iPads, computer games, and high tech gadgets what is it that draws young people to the show?
Imagine what it would be like to be taken from your home at night, and taken to a place you’ve never seen before. That’s what happened to a group of students in Casper, Wyoming. 
Zinke still holds the lone congressional seat for the state of Montana. We wanted to see how well that seat is being put to use.
The proposed budget coming out of Helena is to cut $23-million from the education fund. If the legislature pushes the budget cut forward, they can cut up to $25-million statewide.
State Farm is hoping to help those in need this wildfire season by giving away 150 grants at $500 each to help bolster wildfire protection projects across the state. 
The 42nd annual Montana Agri-Trade exposition has returned to Billings in a three day event. 
The woman who is accused of escaping from the Montana Women's Prison last year is back in Montana.
Billings Police is asking for your help in finding a missing child. Police say 10-year-old Jeremy Urbanski left for school around 8:00a.m. but didn't arrive.
If you ever wanted to learn how to perform CPR you can learn this weekend.
What can one do as a parent when you feel your child's terror is being ignored? A local mother says she's had enough – opting to pull her children from their schools – rather than allow the bullying to continue.
Dr. Gary Ostahowski and his wife, Vera, are about to celebrate their 33rd anniversary this weekend, and it's a milestone the couple didn't think they'd reach when the longtime St. Vincent Healthcare physician went into cardiac arrest last year.
After over 34 years of service, The Rex Restaurant Bar & Grill has closed its doors with seemingly no warning. 
Little Ricky Ricardo just won "Best of Breed" for Labrador retrievers in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Monday morning. 
A Bureau of Indian Affairs spokeswoman says more than 20,000 members of two Montana American Indian tribes were notified of a potential data breach involving their personal information.
More than $140,000 was raised online to build a memorial to a War dog and his handler form Powell. So much money came in, the memorial was funded in just four hours.
Worland residents are being allowed to return to their homes after being evacuated over the weekend because of flooding.
It's been eight years to the day since the Heart Gallery made it's debut at Rimrock Mall. After all these years, it's still a tool to see the foster care kids who have waited the longest to find a family. 
Republican Representative Seth Berglee of Joliet argues his bill would allow school employees to "defend and protect" students.