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Billings Police Investigate Possible Homicide

Police are investigating whether a man whose body was found on the Crow Indian Reservation last week may have been killed in a Billings apartment.

CBS Seattle–04/22/2015

A teen girl rescued from a human trafficking ring after a police operation in Guatemala (Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images)

Montana Senate Endorses Bill To Help Halt Human Trafficking

A bill aiming to halt human trafficking in Montana is one vote away from passing through the Legislature.

CBS Seattle–04/16/2015

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Montana House OKs 80 Mph Highway Speed Limits

Montana representatives have endorsed a proposal to increase interstate highway speed limits from 75 to 80 mph.

CBS Seattle–04/16/2015

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Jury Deliberations Enter Third Day In Butte Homicide Trial

Jurors resumed a third day of deliberations Thursday in the case of a Butte man charged with killing his father in November 2008.

CBS Seattle–04/16/2015

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House Endorses Water Deal For Flathead

Montana representatives have endorsed a negotiation decades in the making to settle the use of water on and around the Flathead Reservation.

CBS Seattle–04/15/2015

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Northwest Lawmakers Demand Start Of Treaty Talks

The entire congressional delegation from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana is demanding that the Obama administration begin negotiations with Canada to update the landmark Columbia River Treaty.

CBS Seattle–04/15/2015

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House Endorses Abortion-Related Health Insurance Bill

The Montana House endorsed a bill Friday that would require health insurance companies to offer coverage plans that do not include elective abortions.

CBS Seattle–04/10/2015

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Legislature Advances Proposed Indian Language Programs

Montana lawmakers are advancing a proposal that would encourage schools to develop Indian language immersion programs.

CBS Seattle–04/10/2015

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Governor Signs Right To Try Bill

Gov. Steve Bullock has signed a bill allowing terminally ill patients to seek experimental medical treatments.

CBS Seattle–04/01/2015

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Former Butte Central Band Director Charged With Rape

The former Butte Central music teacher and band director is charged with providing alcohol to female students at a state basketball tournament in Hamilton earlier this month and sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl.

CBS Seattle–03/27/2015

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