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Human Remains Found Near Rock Creek, Crime Lab in Missoula Investigating

According to the Granite County Sheriff’s office, a Missoula resident discovered human remains while exploring the Rock Creek Drainage on Saturday, August 9.

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Photo courtesy of NBC Montana/KECI
Photo courtesy of NBC Montana/KECI
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Body of Missing Pablo Woman Found in Flathead County

According to the Lake County Sheriff's Office 40-year-old Shannon Turner's body was discovered last night in a maroon Chevy van belonging to Turner.

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Photo courtesy of NBC Montana/KECI
Photo courtesy of NBC Montana/KECI
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FWP Looking for Public Feedback on Bitterroot River Closure

In early April, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks put an emergency closure on a segment of the Bitterroot River, which stopped all floating. But now, some people are worried the closure will be permanent.

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Train
Photo courtesy of Hanna Minsky
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Man on Missoula’s Northside Died From “Bluntforce Impact,” No Foul Play

Update March 21: The police investigation into the death of Keith Byington, whose body was found near the railroad tracks in Missoula on March 4, has concluded that no foul play was involved in Byington's death.

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Dead cow
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Livestock Losses to Wolves in 2013 Near Record Low

It's unclear if less-restrictive hunting and trapping regulations are the cause, but 2013 is set to have one of the lowest rates of wolf predation in the past seven years.

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Clark Fork River
Photo by Stephen A. Wolfe
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Update – Name Released of Missoula Man Who Died While Fishing on the Clark Fork River [AUDIO]

Authorities say a Missoula man, George Lee Meltzer, 64 died while fishing the Clark Fork River near Milltown.

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mosquito
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West Nile Virus Takes the Lives of Two Montanans

West Nile Virus has claimed its first human victims in Montana according to the Montana Department of Health and Human Services.

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yellowstone gate gloomy
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3-Year-Old Girl Dies After Being Shot With Handgun in Yellowstone

Early in the morning on Saturday, September 7, dispatchers received a distress call from a mother claiming that her 3-year-old daughter had shot herself with a pistol.

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wolf kill
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Montana’s Livestock Loss Board Receives $170,000 for Wolf Predation

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced that it would send a one-time payment of $170,000  to the Montana Livestock Board to help cover losses due to wolf predation.

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dead carp
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Mystery of What Killed Dozens of Carp in Holter Lake Still Unsolved

An investigation into a massive fish kill-off in Holter Lake that started around Independence Day, is still unresolved. Ron Aasheim of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks explains what researchers know so far

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