GREAT FALLS- While Montana is figuring out ways to safely open up in-person education, school districts across the state are also making plans to ensure teachers are properly compensated if they are exposed to the virus.
GREAT FALLS- The Montana ExpoPark has been dealing with flooding in the last two years, causing issues with property damage, and Cascade County commissioners are looking to resolve the issues and make repairs.
GREAT FALLS - Fire Station 4 in Great Falls is still out of commission as repairs on the station have uncovered more issues, prolonging the project even more.
GREAT FALLS- Last week Governor Bullock announced schools may reopen for in-person instruction for the upcoming school year.
GREAT FALLS - Montana Right Now got another question this week for our You Asked campaign, with one community member wondering about plant-life in the Electric City.
GREAT FALLS - With roughly a month left to go before the 2020 Fall semester, faculty at Montana State University Northern say they’re looking at ways to continue education, while lowering the risk of spreading the novel Coronavirus.
This week, those participating in the First Peoples Buffalo Jump’s Junior Ranger Program will be learning about the snakes that live at the jump and in Montana.
ROSEBUD COUNTY- The Rosebud County Sheriff’s Office is reporting County Fire crews are out battling some lightning-caused fires.
CASCADE COUNTY - With more recent spikes in Coronavirus cases across the state, The Black Eagle Community Center almost had to cancel their yearly 4th July parade. However, they found an unusual way to go on, all while following COVID-19 safety guidelines.
VALLEY COUNTY- The Valley County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after cars in St. Marie were broken into and vandalized.
GREAT FALLS - You’ve probably heard fireworks go off already, as many get ready to celebrate America’s Independence Day. However, for veterans dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, these sounds can bring back painful memories.
BLACK EAGLE- The Black Eagle Community Center is still hosting their Fourth of July parade Saturday, but they have announced some changes to the route.
GREAT FALLS - Money from specialty license plates has benefited the Little Shell Tribe since at least 2012, but a law approved in 2019 that removes less popular plates could impact that funding.
Organizers who put on the Great Falls Fourth of July fireworks shows are scrambling to cover the costs of hosting both shows without the annual Independence Day Parade.
GREAT FALLS- For the last 11 years, the Paris Gibson committee has taken time each year to show their appreciation to leaders throughout the community by honoring one special person with the 'Paris Gibson' award.
GREAT FALLS - The Great Falls Transit District received $3 million from the Federal Transit Administration to cover transit operations and preventative repair costs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
GREAT FALLS - Foothill Christian Community School is opening up a fireworks stand in Great Falls in partnership with Black Cat Fireworks for the Fourth of July holiday.
GREAT FALLS- Jail overcrowding in the Cascade County Detention Center has been an issue for years, and now things are getting worse due to COVID-19.
A Glacier County Sheriff's Deputy is recovering after being involved in a 2 car crash Monday night along Highway 2 between Cut Bank and Browning.
GREAT FALLS - The Cascade City-County Health Department (CCCHD) is announcing veterans enrolled in the Montana VA Health Care System may get a COVID-19 test free of charge across Montana.
GREAT FALLS- The Great Falls International Airport is voicing concerns when it comes to flights not returning to Great Falls. This comes after the Cascade County Commissioner's meeting the week before, where the issue was brought up publicly.
GREAT FALLS - In our continuing coverage on Blackfeet Nation’s two week stay-at-home order, school districts in the area have temporarily stopped their summer food programs after tribal officials found nine new cases of COVID-19 Sunday night.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - A couple is behind bars and facing drug and child endangerment charges after an investigation at a Great Falls hotel over the weekend.
GREAT FALLS - Two Great Falls College Montana State University students were awarded Montana All-American scholars.
GREAT FALLS - Tennis courts are temporarily closing in Great Falls in an effort to prevent the public from launching fireworks in the courts beginning Tuesday, June 30.
GREAT FALLS - The Fourth of July is coming up this week, and local vendors are expecting their sales to be much higher this year, but are the fireworks on your shopping list legal in your area?
Currently in Great Falls
- Congressman Greg Gianforte, Kristen Juras suspend public events after potential COVID-19 exposure
- Vehicles vandalized, spray painted in Missoula neighborhood
- Montana: 45 new COVID-19 cases
- 'It was tragic': Zach Braff recalls visiting Nick Cordero in hospital
- 45 new COVID-19 cases reported in Montana
- 45 residents, 21 staff members test positive for COVID-19 at Billings memory care facility
- Teton County Health Department: Anyone who went to the Choteau Country Club MORP should self-quarantine
- 44 new COVID-19 cases reported in Montana
- Cascade City/County Health Department reports an additional positive case
- Montana reports 80 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday