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Weather Wise: February winter sets records

HELENA - February is the shortest month of the year, but it may have felt like the longest month because of record cold, snow, and wind. The phrase 'real Montana winter' is used to describe...

Montana Made: Trevino’s Tortillas

BILLINGS - When you think of Billings, fresh and authentic tortillas may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but for the last 15 years the Trevino family has been working to...

Outdoors Report: New options on FWP online

 HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has a new way for you to access your personal information online and the new portal aims to become a personalized path to Montana’s outdoors. Come this spring,...

Special Report: Winter harder than normal for wildlife

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' Andrea Jones joins Chet to discuss winterkill in the deer and elk populations of southwest Montana. Jones discusses the confusion with Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) and winterkill and reminds...

Weather Wise: Traveling in whiteout conditions

BROWNING - Blizzard conditions have blasted areas east of Glacier National Park and the Rocky Mountain front for weeks now. Meteorologist Curtis Grevenitz traveled to the region last weekend and found a window of decent...

Fraud Watch: Over-payment scams

HELENA - Technology makes selling unwanted items a lot easier thanks to the various online platforms. It’s a great way to make some extra money, but it can also present scammers with an opportunity to...

Montana Made: The Parrot serves up handmade chocolates and history

HELENA - Buying a box of candy is pretty easy, but the process of making that candy is anything but; especially when that process is done by hand. Tucked inside the Capital City sits a...

Fraud Watch: Online dating scams

HELENA - Valentine’s Day is two weeks away and some are turning to the internet for help finding love. We're taking a look at some of the risks of online dating -- as well...

Capital High School math team crowned co-national champions

HELENA - One Capital High School math team was crowned Co-National Champion in the 20th Annual High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling. The competition took place last November where teams of four students were given...

Montana Made: Trailmaster Holsters

From trainmaster to trailmaster, Earl Southard has held several titles in recent years, while always maintaining the notion of putting people first. Now, Southard says that attitude has helped his business, Trailmaster Holsters, gain popularity...

Fraud Watch: The “Do Not Call” Registry

HELENA - The National Do Not Call Registry gives you the opportunity to stop most unwanted calls from telemarketers, but just because your number is on the list doesn’t mean you won’t still get calls. The Do Not Call...

Montana Made: Cynthia Out West Silversmith

BOZEMAN - Most artists will tell you they have that one thing that inspires them to create. They call it their muse. In this week's Montana Made, we visited a Gallatin Valley jewelry maker whose muse...

Weather Wise: Curtis Grevenitz’s early winter update

HELENA- Winter isn't even officially a month old, but wind chills and snow have made headlines from Florida and Mexico to the Canadian Border. For many Americans, the winter of 2017-2018 has started as one...

Montana Made: Billings Bronze casts statues for 29 years

BILLINGS - Family owned Billings Bronze has been casting statues and monuments for nearly 30 years. Cal and Rane Paulson opened Billings Bronze in 1989 as a full production art foundry. They cast bronze pieces...

Weather Wise: Montana snowpack is best in the west

 HELENA- The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service says Montana's snowpack is currently the best in the western U.S. KTVH Meteorologist Curtis Grevenitz says whether it's in your neighborhood or across the high-country snowfall has largely...

Weather Wise: a look at the Highway 200 avalanche

LINCOLN- KTVH Meteorologist Curtis Grevenitz visited the site of an avalanche that blocked a portion of Highway 200 west of Lincoln overnight from Friday into Saturday morning. When the heavy wet snow from the storm...

Big Sky Chronicles: Broadway Sledding

(HELENA) During the winter months, many folks have their favorite sledding spot for when the snow starts to fall. But few may know the story of how one well-known Helena street was, for a...

Class Act: YMCA’s Middle School Mayhem

HELENA- Helena students were invited to the YMCA today to cut loose with Middle School Mayhem. Middle School Mayhem offers free use of the YMCA pool and gym for any middle school student with a...

Montana Made: All Cool Ice & Catering

GREAT FALLS - Brian McKinney recently opened up his own shop in Great Falls for his business All Cool Ice & Catering. “I really like working with the chisels and the chainsaws. When I’m in the freezer and...

Fraud Watch: End-of-the-year giving

HELENA- The end of 2017 is almost here, and for a lot of people, that means it’s time to donate to nonprofits. Montana’s Office of Consumer Protection says 11 percent of all online donations to...

Class Act: school Christmas programs make memories

HELENA- It is the season for holiday traditions and one many people have participated in growing up is the school Christmas and holiday program. On Wednesday, 400 Rossiter Elementary students sang classic holiday songs to...

Montana Made: Notice Snowboards of Whitefish

WHITEFISH - This Montana Made report features a snowboard builder who’s unlikely career path led him to northwest Montana to do what he loves most. Notice Snowboards owner Brittan Ellingson is a third-generation Montanan and...

MT Made: Joe’s Pasty Shop

BUTTE - If you worked in the underground mines, the work was long, hard and dirty.  So imagine how important a good meal would be during a short break. Finding a way to get a...

Fraud Watch: Gift card scams

HELENA - Holiday shopping can be stressful and many people buy gift cards for friends and family on their shopping lists to help alleviate some of that stress. Gift cards can be a great option...

Class Act: St. Andrew students learn the history of St. Nick

HELENA - Students at St. Andrew School had the chance to learn more about the origin of Santa Claus Wednesday with the feast of Saint Nicholas. St. Nicholas was a fourth century bishop of Myrna,...