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Butte St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Was Low in Turnout and in DUIS

Butte is famous for its large Irish population and active St. Patrick's Day celebrations, but things were a bit different this past holiday.

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Jordon Johnson
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Jordan Johnson Found Not Guilty of Rape

Not guilty. That's the final verdict in the much watched Jordan Johnson rape trial that has captured Missoula's attention for over a year.

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Identity Theft and Fraud Cases Relatively Low in Montana

A new report issued by the Federal Trade Commission reveals relatively low rates of both fraud and identity theft reports in Montana.

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Las Vegas Strip Closed for 15 Hours Following Shooting That Ended in Fatal Fiery Car Crash

A shootout that ended in a car crash engulfed in flames on the Las Vegas strip closed down the main road where the incident left a cab driver, a passenger in the cab and a rapper dead, and four other people injured.

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My Favorite Business Web Sites

Over the years I’ve collected many business web sites that have proved to be invaluable to me both as sources of information as well as major time savers.

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Alleged Rape Victim in Jordan Johnson Trial Takes the Stand

The alleged victim who accused Jordan Johnson of raping her took the stand this afternoon Monday, Feb. 11, on the opening day of the trial.

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Missoula court house
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Jordan Johnson Defense Gives Opening Statements

Monday afternoon's opening day of the Jordan Johnson trial was capped off with the defense giving its opening statements.

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Man Fires Over 80 Rounds at Montana Police, Standoff Ended With Tear Gas

Police in northwestern Montana say a man fired 80 to 100 rounds from his home in Somers on Saturday with a variety of weapons before an armored vehicle took officers close enough to fire tear gas into the house and end the standoff.

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Weapons Found in Burned Truck of LAPD Officer Wanted for Three Murders

A law enforcement officer says authorities found weapons in the burned-out pickup truck of the former Los Angeles police officer who's wanted in three killings.

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Montana’s Death Penalty Under Consideration at the Legislature

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Four Montana legislators are spearheading a bipartisan effort to replace the death penalty with life in prison.

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