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- Fort Belknap declares emergency over suicide crisis, lack of resources
- Glacier National Park wants reports of wildlife crossings near Highway 2
- Woman accused of jumping fence to get to North Dakota zoo monkey cage
- Crews extinguish Little Rock Creek fire southwest of Como, Canyon fire still smolders
- Boy riding bike in Livingston killed by pickup
Three deaths by suicide in late June and early July and a series of suicide attempts on the Fort Belknap Reservation have prompted the tribal government to declare a state of emergency.
If you've seen a wolverine muscling across U.S. Highway 2 near Glacier National Park, it's time to bend the ear — or email — of a Montana official.
A Mandan woman could face a trespassing charge for getting too close to the monkeys Friday at Bismarck's Dakota Zoo, police say.
The Little Rock Creek fire southwest of Lake Como was put out Monday morning by a crew of four firefighters who were flown in by helicopter on Saturday.
An 11-year-old boy riding a bicycle was struck and killed by a truck in Livingston on Thursday night.