The city of Roundup is celebrating for three full days for Independence Day! It's their 11th Annual Roundup Independence Days Extravaganza. The fun starts Friday and events wrap up Sunday afternoon. For full information, visit www.roundupride.com. July 3 Downtown - 11 AM: Parade down Main Street Roundup City Park - 1 PM - 5 PM: Kids Kountry with vendors, booths
MontanaFair is introducing a re-vamped youth expo at this year's fair. Part of the Explorium will include Lego building and contests. Bricks and Minifigs is helping out by bringing in large Lego models and running a couple of contests, including a Lego Brick Derby. For the derby, the cars will be made on site, using Lego building blocks and Derby Magic accessories.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A second complaint has been lodged with the state contending the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes omitted reports of their lobbying efforts at the Montana Legislature this year. Walter Morris of Twin Bridges and Terry Threlkeld of Gallatin Gateway filed the argument with the Commissioner of Political Practices Wednesday. Morris and Threlkeld say the CSKT should
By MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Government researchers have lost their license to a set of radio frequencies used to track more than 100 radio-collared wolves and elk at Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone biologist Doug Smith said Thursday that new licensee Northwestern Energy is letting the research work continue, allowing the park to avoid more than $450,000
Empowering women through service and advocacy. That's the motto of the international organization Zonta. The agency counts over 33,000 people from 68 countries among it's worldwide members, and one group based out of Billings! Helping lead the Zonta Club of Billings is Rene é Coppock. Coppock serves as lieutenant governor for the society's 12th district, which includes Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and South Dakota.
A Vietnam veteran is trying to find and thank the woman who helped save his life almost fifty years ago. The problem is, he can't remember her face, or her name. He's hoping to get help from someone who may know her. As he walks in front of the Vietnam Memorial in Cody, Wyoming, Larry Baker is looking for names
A truck carrying 400 bee hives loses part of its load, placing several Wichita businesses on lockdown. KSNW's Shardaa Gray reports.
New report reveals dramatic footage and witness accounts of fatal police shooting in Pasco, Washington. KING's John Langeler reports.