Even before the pandemic, Great Falls Public Schools had a shortage of substitute teachers.
GREAT FALLS - The Central Montana Out of the Darkness Walk will be going through some changes this year amid covid-19 but the event while modified is still going to happen.
GREAT FALLS- The 2020 Census deadline is approaching and one organization is reaching out to the community to help Montana receive the numbers they need.
The Montana Department of Commerce announced Wednesday that six Made in Montana program members will produce 25,000 masks as part of the state’s "Montana Aware" initiative to promote safe and responsible fall travel.
COVID-19, over-crowding, and social distancing are all things the Cascade County Detention Center is dealing with. We spoke with Sheriff Jesse Slaughter to get an update on how CCDC is doing amid the pandemic.
CASCADE Co., Mont. - A local woman who's new to town reached out to us explaining some drama she experienced when trying to get a new license at the Department of Transportation's Cascade County Treasurer's Office on Monday.
We are following up after many viewers asked how to handle police officers who aren't wearing masks during the pandemic.
BROWNING, Mont. - The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council announced in a Facebook post Monday night that due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases, the 2020 Homecoming/American Indian Heritage Parade Committee has decided to postpone the parade until a later date.
A water and sewer project to protect public health in Black Eagle is almost complete. Crews have been working on the water main lines along Railroad Avenue near Black Eagle Park since the beginning of the month. Since then, they've fixed the water line from 15th Street to 20th Street and the…
GREAT FALLS - The game has sold over 22 million copies in under five months and now with the help of the Trevor Project they are spreading awareness when it comes to suicide prevention.
According numbers released Sunday, Montana has now conducted 302,813 COVID-19 tests. Since testing began, 10,299 people have tested positive for the virus. The rate of infection since testing began is 3.4%.
GREAT FALLS - The plan is to put up a brand-new aquatic recreation center and one of the potential locations is right here by the soccer fields across from Malmstrom Airforce base.
MALTA, Mont. - Malta Public Schools (MPS) announced Thursday they are postponing indefinitely and cancelling some upcoming sporting events against Wolf Point.
BABB, Mont. - The Blackfeet Covid-19 Incident Command (BCIC) are activating a public health order effective Thursday, Sept. 17 in the Babb and St. Mary communities due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
Great Falls Police Senior Officer Zaine O’Meara’s return is getting national attention on social media after he was hurt in the line of duty last October.
GREAT FALLS - Thousands of Montanans are about to see a boost in their paycheck thanks to a recent memo from President Trump.
GREAT FALLS- This year, the C.M. Russell Museum was able to bring in more than $4 million after finally being able to host one of their biggest events.
CHOTEAU- The Benefis Teton Medical Center Fountain’s Shadows of the Past Art Auction is still happening, but due to COVID-19, the number of in-person attendees will be limited.
GREAT FALLS - Paying bills during the Coronavirus pandemic can get tricky for some Native Americans. With that in mind, the Little Shell Tribe announced a second round of COVID-19 relief efforts towards helping tribal members across the U.S.
GREAT FALLS - This school year has come with many different challenges, but one thing that’s never changed is the ability for students to adapt and overcome.
GREAT FALLS- Parents on Malmstrom Air Force Base are getting a break through a program that is expanding their services for those dealing with the stresses of COVID-19 and military life.
GREAT FALLS - Headaches and a runny nose are two symptoms that can be caused by wildfire smoke and COVID-19, but the biggest overlap is your throat.
GREAT FALLS- On Monday, the air quality in Great Falls went from unhealthy to moderate, which allowed students to go outside for recess. But as smoke stays in the air, schools are monitoring the air quality closely.
A well-known Great Falls ski patrolman is the latest to receive national recognition at a surprise ceremony Monday evening.
GREAT FALLS- Great Falls high school continues to see an increase in coronavirus cases, and now they’re being forced to temporarily shut down for 48 hours.
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- COVID-19 cases in Montana schools more than doubled since last week
- Montana reports 214 new COVID-19 cases
- Butte Central football team quarantined, game against Corvallis cancelled
- UPDATE: Missing Blackfeet girls found safe