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Students Protest Potential Budget Cuts at The University of Montana

Students at The University of Montana and some faculty met at the oval Today, May 1, to protest projected cuts in the university's budget.

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501 Job Postings in Missoula, Job Fair Likely to Return Next Year

The first Missoula Jobs Fair since 2009 was held this week, April 25, and offered signs that the economy is turning around.

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Montana Ranks High on Locavore Index, Sixth Best State to Find Locally Grown Food

A recently released study puts Montana near the top of the list of States that eat local food.

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Champ Edmonds Comments on Fate of Water Compact, Failed Blast Motion

Rep. Champ Edmonds says House Democrats and the Montana Supreme Court threw a curve ball in trying to blast the water rights compact onto the House floor. He regrets voting for the blast motion and says another attempt will likely fail.

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Survey Asks Montanans to Report Areas in Need of Broadband Internet, Federal Funds to be Spent in the Bitterroot and Missoula

This week, Century Link asked the Public Service Commission (PSC) for help in identifying areas in Montana that do not have broadband internet access.

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Missoula Teen Struck and Killed by Car [Name Released]

Authorities say a distracted driver struck and killed an 18-year-old pedestrian in Missoula.

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Amendment to Remove Missoula College Funding From H.B. 5 Rejected, Rep. David Moore says Funding Could be Tied-Up in Lawsuit

Today, March 26, Representative David Moore's (HD 91) amendment to exclude the Missoula College from House Bill 5 failed in a 40 to 60 vote.

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Supreme Court Overturns Decision on EPA Managment of Logging Roads

In a seven to one decision on Wednesday (March 20), the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision which would have given the EPA the authority to regulate runoff on logging roads.

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Trial Set for Woman Accused of Backing Over Officer

A June 5 trial has been set for a woman accused of running over a Missoula police officer with her car in an attempt to flee.

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Missoula Police Officer Files Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Female Officer

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) - A Missoula police detective who investigates Internet sex crimes has filed a lawsuit against the police department alleging a female officer sexually harassed him.

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