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Chronic Wasting Disease raises concerns in Wyoming JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A deadly and degenerative wildlife disease is threatening wildlife around Jackson Hole and Cody. Chronic Wasting Disease has been detected for the first time in a Star Valley mule deer, and two doe mule deer near Cody tested positive in April. The disease […]
Suspect arrested in beating death of 18-year-old Arlee man POLSON, Mont. (AP) — A western Montana woman says her family, including two children, lived for more than two months in a trailer with the decomposing body of her husband’s 18-year-old cousin in the shower, covered with clothes. The body of Robert Warner was found […]
Gruesome hot spring death highlights problems at Yellowstone BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Officials say the death of a tourist who strayed from a boardwalk and fell into a high-temperature acidic spring in Yellowstone National Park offers a grisly reminder for visitors to follow park rules. Rangers suspended efforts to recover the body of 23-year-old […]
Vincent, Palmer move on; pool bond passes Silver-Bow County voters overwhelmingly passed Butte’s waterpark proposal while narrowing the crowded chief executive race to two candidates during Tuesday’s primary election. Incumbent Matt Vincent and Commissioner Dave Palmer advanced to November’s general election in the chief executive race. Vincent received 28 percent of the vote to top […]
President, governor top draws of Montana elections HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Many of the top races in Montana’s primary elections have already been decided, or else they’re not really contests at all. The real election fights are being waged down the ballot in the state Legislature. Hillary Clinton secured enough delegates Monday to lock […]
Reductions in coal severance taxes hurting libraries BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Reductions in revenue for Montana libraries because of cuts in coal severance taxes are prompting cutbacks in money spent on research databases. In some cases, students are being forced to rely on the internet for research because libraries are losing access to scholarly […]
Man who put Yellowstone bison calf in SUV pleads guilty YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — A federal magistrate has imposed $735 in fines, fees and compensation on a Canadian man who loaded a bison calf he came across in Yellowstone National Park into his SUV because he thought it was cold. The calf […]
3 arraigned in connection with prison drug smuggling case MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A Montana State Prison inmate, a former inmate and a former prison laundry worker have been arraigned on federal drug distribution charges that prosecutors say came to light during an investigation into drug smuggling at the prison in Deer Lodge. The […]
State judge rules money race in bid for Supreme Court HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Outside, independent groups have long been expected to pour money into a three-way race for an open seat on the Montana Supreme Court, but that money has yet to materialize as the June 7 primary approaches. Even so, lots of […]
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- Father of suspected Manchester bomber says son is innocentCAIRO (AP) -- The father of the 22-year-old Briton who police say bombed a concert in Manchester insisted Wednesday that his son was innocent and just had been preparing to go on a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia....
- 'We can use peace': Trump and Pope Francis meetVATICAN CITY (AP) -- President Donald Trump and Pope Francis, two leaders with contrasting styles and differing worldviews, met at the Vatican on Wednesday, setting aside their previous clashes to broadcast a tone of peace for an audience around the globe....