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Montana Gas Prices Continue to Plummet

Though still higher than the rest of the country, gas prices in Montana continue to plummet through the last week of October.

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Farm Bill to be Debated Wednesday, Montana Farm Representatives Hopeful

On October 30, the U.S. Congress will head back to the drawing board and attempt to pass an omnibus Farm Bill. According to representatives from the Montana Farmer's Union, ranchers and farmers have a lot at stake in the decisions being made in Washington.

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Montana Follows Nation With Rising Violent Crime Rates

The National Crime Victimization Survey reports that America's violent crime rate jumped up 15 percent in 2012. Statistician Tyson Mclean works as the Statistical Analysis Center Director at the Montana Board of Crime Control and he said Montana's crime rate is up too.

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New Poll Shows Less Than 50 Percent of Montanans Approve of Congressional Delegates

A new poll done by faculty and students at MSU-Billings has politicos across Montana pointing to winners and losers after the fallout of the federal shutdown debates.

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EPA Coal Regulation Listening Tour Accused of Skipping Coal Country

The Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday, October 23, that it would be holding listening sessions across the U.S. to get feedback on proposed coal plant regulations. The problem, according to a press release from the Montana Attorney General's office, is that the tour "skips coal country altogether."

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Montanans Awarded for Fighting Mental Illness, State Still Behind Much of Nation

The Montana chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness has announced the winners of its 2013 Hero Awards. The awards are dedicated to individuals or organizations that have fought for better mental health in their community. All of the winners this year were either from Helena or Western Montana communities, like Stevensville, Hamilton, and Missoula.

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U.S. Senate Showdown Between Steve Daines and Champ Edmunds Possible

Steve Daines' vote to bring an end to the recent debt ceiling and federal government shutdown may have opened the door to a primary challenge from Republican U.S. Senate candidate Champ Edmunds.

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Montana Gas Prices May Plummet if Shutdown Stretches on, Analyst Says

After months on the rise, gasoline prices are falling in most of the nation, and Montana appears to be leading the way.

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Jordan Linn Graham Pleads Not Guilty to Husband’s Murder in Glacier National Park

Newlywed Jordan Linn Graham plead 'not guilty' to murder in U.S. District Court in Missoula today, October 4. The charges of murder include accusations that Graham  pushed her husband of just eight days, Cody Johnson, off a cliff in Glacier National Park.

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Montana Veterans Going to Visit D.C. Memorial Despite Federal Shutdown

The Big Sky Honor Flight is scheduled to take 86 Montana veterans of World War II and their companions to see the memorial constructed in their honor on October 13 and October 14. However, because federal employees are in charge of maintaining the memorial, there is uncertainty over whether or not the soldiers will be granted access because of the government shutdown.

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Montana Roadkill Law in Place, But Dinner Will Have to Wait

A law that allows people to harvest the meat of deer, elk, moose and antelope that are slain by vehicles in Montana has gone into effect, but those who are hungry for roadkill will need to wait just a few months longer to turn on the grill.

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Health Insurance Exchange Website Not Working for Many Montanans

The Affordable Care Act (commonly known as Obamacare) health insurance exchanges have been up since Monday, October 1, but few, if any, Montanans have actually been able to use the system.

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