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What would you do if you found $40,000 in a backpack? Would you keep it, turn it in, keep some of it or do nothing? A homeless Boston man turned in every dollar of over $40,000 he found at a mall and now he is being thanked in a huge way.
A sever thunderstorm warning for South Central Gallatin County has been issued until 4:45pm. The storm is expected to have quarter size hail and gusts up to 60mph. While it's not immediately likely, a tornado may still develop.
Seth Upchurch of Southern Montana is in need of a liver transplant and his family needs help from volunteers and donations to help make it happen. If you believe you can help in any way please keep reading.
The Bozeman Police Department is warning the public of an increase in bike thefts in Bozeman. It seems that we all know someone who has had their bike stolen in Bozeman, and we want to help stop this trend. Here are our tips for preventing your bike from being next.
Right now, I bet you are strapped into your ski or snowboard boots and reading this through rose colored goggles. No? Well you should be because the season is going to be here quick! Here we have a graph to illustrate how much money you save, or don't save when you purchase a season pass at Bridger Bowl.
Back in elementary school we were all taught the rhyme and rule "i before e except after c" to help us spell words like "friend" and "receive." While the rule works in these examples, I always scratched my head over the many others such as "ancient", "abeigh" and the class across the hall "science." So is this rule actually helping or is it inefficient?
Bobcat Nation is hoping for a speedy recovery for our star quarterback who suffered a separated shoulder during their 31-30 loss to SMU on Saturday. DeNarius McGhee is expected to return to the field sometime in October.
A certain group of individuals, one that I am avoiding to mention by name, picketed on the Montana State University campus today. While many students opposed the protesters with their own hand-made signs, most were across campus at a different rally. At this counter-rally, hundreds of students gathered just behind Montana Hall to hold an equality rally full of music, inspiration and hugs.
Have you ever wondered how often bad stuff happens in Montana? I found this great interactive map that tells everything from the number of lightning strikes, to loss of teeth and traffic fatalities. Montana lives up to its nickname of "Last Best Place" by not ranking near the top on any of the statistics.
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