Born and raised in Great Falls, Tina Brennan returned to the Electric City to join the KFBB team in May of 2021 as a videographer.
Meteorologist Mark Heyka brings more than three decades of forecasting experience, and a Seal of Approval from the American Meteorological Society (AMS) to ABC FOX Montana, Montana Right Now.
Elijah Collins is a graduate of Foothills Community Christian School. He was born and raised right here in Great Falls, Montana. Elijah is excited to jump-start his career as a News/Sports Reporter here at KFBB.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Parents are reacting to the human trafficking operation the Cascade County Sheriff's Office lead over this weekend resulting in five arrests for prostitution charges.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- A family's lactose intolerant daughter is inspiring them to enter a specific type of goat into Central Montana 4-H competitions.
GREAT FALLS - Every year the Montana state fair brings in "big named acts". This year some of those acts include Country Singer Trace Adkins, and Comedian Larry the Cable Guy.
GREAT FALLS - The State Fair Race Meet at the Montana ExpoPark is here. It's only one of two horse racing meets left in the Treasure State, leaving many people in the horse racing community disheartened.
LEWISTOWN, Mont.- Having your child turn 16 and get their license can be a daunting thought. Montana Office of Public Instruction is lessening that burden with a driving workshop teaching your children how to handle emergencies.
GREAT FALLS - Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks is urging you to make sure you're rinsing off your boats to prevent aquatic invasive species. By doing this, FWP says it may save you and your water equipment troubles.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Hunger doesn’t take a vacation. Great Falls Community Food Bank shelves are looking scarce and the organization is asking for your help.
LIVINGSTON - If you stop by Chloe's Barkery to pick up a Montana-shaped treat for your dog, you just might be greeted by one of the state's youngest business owners: 18-year-old Chloe Jean Milsten.
GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Window art is adding a splash of color to the Electric City for the 14th year in a row, and it's all thanks to the Urban Art Project.
AUGUSTA, Mont.- For two years in a row, Augusta has gotten nailed with flooding. Forcing people to relocate cattle or travel routes, and now folks living in the outskirts of Augusta are telling us this year's flooding recovery process isn't over.
BLACK EAGLE- Right now, there are proposed clean up plans in the Electric City after the Environmental Protection Agency says their studies show elevated contamination levels in people's backyards around where the old smelter site east of Black Eagle used to be.
UPDATE Wed 8:07 AM- Authorities confirm with KFBB that two people have died in yesterdays river rescue. The Cascade County Sheriff's Office says the names of the deceased are Karon (Jennea) Sire and Dennis Sire.
GREAT FALLS- Turning to a big story we've been covering all week. The disappearance of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner. Today, June 8th marks two years since HeavyRunner was last seen in Browning, Mont. There are still no answers about where she might be.
GREAT FALLS - We're talking about "beer bloggers" and Great Falls being the first city in Montana to host the National Beer Writers Conference.
GREAT FALLS - We all know recycling is tough in Montana, but we bet you’re throwing away several things you can recycle, even in Montana. We’ve got a surprising list of items you can recycle.
GREAT FALLS- It's called "Hero Week", and it's starting next week in the Electric City. We're telling you why one CrossFit gym has set aside an entire "work out of the day" in honor of a local firefighter.
GREAT FALLS- They're unofficially calling themselves the Great Falls job recruitment team. Here's how this team is bringing more young professionals into the Electric City.
GREAT FALLS - A local tutoring center isn’t letting their students walk away with test scores below the 80th percentile. We’re telling you what Go & Grow Educational Consulting and Tutoring's secret is.
(UPDATE: 7/19/19) GREAT FALLS, Mont.- Recent studies are showing high child sexual abuse rates in the Electric City. Now a non-profit organization is trying to change statistics through a new program.
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