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- Kalispell police shoot, kill man suspected of ramming car into vehicles
- Deputy forest supervisor named for Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest
- Daines honors Butte cop's heroism during visit to Butte
- Campus athletic alcohol bill passes second reading
- Committee narrowly approves Good Samaritan expansion to help curb human trafficking
A police officer in Kalispell shot and killed a man Friday after responding to a report of a suspect driving a car into other vehicles on purpose, according to a news release.
DILLON — Mike Goicoechea was recently named deputy forest supervisor of the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest.
Butte Police Officer Nick Butorovich had a good reason to wear his dress blues Friday. He accepted honors from from a United States senator.
A bill winding its way through the state Legislature that would allow beer and wine to be sold to the general public at college athletics events across Montana is inching closer to becoming law.
HELENA — Good Samaritan laws provide immunity for people reporting crimes. A bill advancing in the Montana Legislature would expand those laws to also apply to sex workers.