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Fraud Watch: Montana Lottery scams

HELENA - Thousands of people buy Mega Millions or Powerball tickets in hopes of winning big. Everyone knows those lotteries are the real deal, we’ve hear the success stories of people buying just one ticket...

Class Act: Helena teacher hopes to add one more record to her collection

HELENA – On Saturday, Downtown Helena will be flooded with runners and spectators for the 44th annual Governor’s Cup. From Marysville to the Walking Wall runners of all ages will participate in various races. There are six...

Montana Made: Nonprofit creates backpacks and provides jobs one stitch at a time

HELENA - The U.S. Forest Service employs hundreds of people nationwide. Some of those employees are given a backpack, briefcase or gear pack. A manufacturing plant not only makes those items in the Treasure State,...

Weather Wise: Dogs in hot cars

HELENA - The dog days of summer are back which means potentially dangerous car temperatures for your animal. Every summer the Helena Police Department’s Animal Control receives regular calls of animals being left in vehicles. A...

Big Sky Chronicles: Historical Society bookstore goes digital

HELENA - The Montana Historical Society has a new way to bring you closer to history and it's just a click or two away. The museum bookstore is now online.  That means you can search...

Class Act: Bracelets for a cause

TOWNSEND - When 12-year-old Laredo Paschal of Townsend learned of the death of Broadwater County Sheriff’s Deputy Mason Moore, he knew he needed to do something. Like many people who heard the news, the homeschooled...

Big Sky Chronicles: A soldier’s love letters keep his spirit alive

HELENA - On Memorial Day, there are many ways to remember those who served our country. At the Montana Historical Society in Helena, there is a collection of letters that heartbreakingly illustrates the experience of...

The final Dunwell Report

HELENA - When you think about the events of this past week, you have to say, it’s the sort of news cycle that Don Dunwell would have loved. Don spent most of his career in...

Class Act: Future grads walk the halls of former schools

HELENA - High school seniors are down to their final days before graduation. Before they walk across the stage to accept their diploma, some took a walk through the halls of their former schools. The high...

Big Sky Chronicles: Teepee conservation

HELENA - Last week, the Montana Historical Society welcomed an 'objects conservator' to Helena to work on two teepees held in its collection. Objects Conservator Nancy Fonicello is using her expertise to help conserve a Cree-style...

Phone scam using slain deputy’s name targets Montana residents

BOZEMAN - The Deer Lodge Police Department have reported complaints of a male calling area residents and claiming he is raising money for Broadwater County Sheriff's Office deputy Mason Moore, who was killed on duty early...

Big Sky Chronicles: Montana’s transmission towers

HELENA - Between Great Falls and Butte run more than 2,000 transmission towers that you may drive by all the time, and never know their lengthy history. The towers run through the Helena valley, starting...

Class Act: CHS gets a bike unit for freshman P.E.

HELENA - Years of hard work have finally paid off for one Capital High School P.E. teacher. Reginald Hageman, CHS P.E. teacher has been helping his students get a handle on two-wheeled fun. For five years...

Big Sky Chronicles: ‘Bold Women in Montana History’

HELENA - It's just less than a week until Mother's Day. The Montana Historical Society's free admission 'Second Saturday' coincides with the holiday weekend and offers a perfect opportunity to celebrate Mom with a lecture...

Montana Made: Live Life Clothing

HELENA - Montana's picturesque scenery and reputation as an endless outdoor wonderland is a draw for many. That includes native Montanans who moved away, but were drawn back by lifestyle and professional possibilities. That’s the...

KTVH remembers Don Dunwell

HELENA - Our hearts are heavy here at KTVH. Long-time host of the Dunwell Report, Don Dunwell died Saturday at Saint Peter’s Hospital. Don’s long and distinguished life included military service and a career as...

Former colleagues, community members remember Don Dunwell

HELENA - Don Dunwell had a lasting impact on everyone he met, from state leaders to young journalists. He was a mentor, but more importantly a friend. On Monday KTVH spoke with a number of people...

Big Sky Chronicles: The historic Fire Tower

HELENA - Earlier this year, Helena city officials began discussing the future of the historic Fire Tower after it was damaged by arson in August of 2016. After the fire, the city contracted with the...

KTVH mourns the loss of Helena figure Don Dunwell

KTVH is mourning the loss of a respected colleague and a beloved teammate. Don Dunwell passed away this afternoon in Helena. Don worked at KTVH from 2004 to 2017. During his tenure at KTVH Don served as...

FraudWatch: Social Media Scams

HELENA - Social media can be a great way for people to stay in touch with friends and family. But it can also be an easy way for scammers to target you and get away...

Montana Made: World’s best burger is made in Montana

BILLINGS - After playing football at Rocky Mountain College and spending 15 years working with children and families, Brad Halsten decided to follow his passion for food. The Burger Dive was Halsten’s dream for years and that...

Big Sky Chronicles: Montana’s craft brewing history

HELENA - Craft brewing in Montana has evolved considerably over the past few decades and its place in Montana history has not gone unnoticed. "It didn't just come about overnight.  It was a gradual progression...

Class Act: Wear Orange Wednesday works to end childhood hunger

HELENA - Faculty and students from numerous schools in the Helena Valley wore orange to spread awareness of child hunger on Wednesday. The Montana No Kid Hungry program cites that one in five kids in...

Big Sky Chronicles: iconic MT photographer LA Huffman

HELENA - At the turn of 20th century the world was fascinated with the western frontier. Photographers like LA Huffman made sure the west was portrayed honestly and without romanticism. Huffman is one of the influential...

Montana Made: Butte program helps new businesses with manufacturing assistance

BUTTE - In what looks like a college lab (it actually is) at the Montana Tech campus in Butte is the most unusual manufacturing business in Montana. This is the home of CAMP, the Center...