GREAT FALLS, Mont. - After a challenging few months Cascade County's COVID-19 numbers show a promising trend.
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BILLINGS - Schools across the state are seeing some of their students take part in a disturbing social media trend.
State Journal beat reporter Colten Bartholomew and columnist Jim Polzin get together over Zoom to discuss training camp’s ups and downs for the Badgers’ offense, some trends we’ve noticed and then break down the inside and outside linebackers.
Temperatures are mild across Montana on this Friday evening. Still breezy across northeast Montana as low pressure departs that region.
A weak storm system will bring a few isolated showers to the state up until sunset. A few re-developing across central and eastern Montana on …
Pushing into the afternoon hours things aren't looking too bad! In fact, we will expect mostly sunny skies with the chance for a few isolated showers in time for your commute home. Within those showers graupel will be possible. Some light mountain snow showers are also expected as the snow level rises to 3100ft for the second half of the day.
Spokane will remain in Phase 1 of Washington's Roadmap to Recovery. Governor Jay Inslee has made a few changes today, but for most of the state things are going to remain the same for the time being.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane County Health Officer Dr. Bob Lutz continues to note multiple concerning COVID-19 trends locally which he says are hindering the county's chances at advancing to phase 3 of the Washington Safe Start plan.