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Although it said earlier in the week that law enforcement in Ferguson County fostered an environment that increased racial tension, the Justice Department cleared the Ferguson officer who killed a black teenager there last year. Posted from my iPhone using Joomla Admin Mobile!
Leonard Nimoy died yesterday at age 83. The actor lived long and prospered.
Feb. 26, 2015
Bryan Woodring has been ordered to appear in Butte Justice Court on March 10. There Woodrige will be charged with shooting a Butte man in the leg. The shooting occurred on Jan. 4, KXLF reported today. Butte police have noted that Woodridge has been fully cooperative with their investigation into the shooting. NASA TV.
A moment in crime
A man was caught taking an unauthorized shower at the spa room at the La Quinta Hotel in Butte.
He told hotel personnel that he had already checked out of room 302, but was just cleaning up, authorities said.
Unfortunately for his alibi, guests still occupied room 302.
The man was charged with theft of services, police said.
On Friday the federal government announced that roughly 800,000 taxpayers received erroneous tax information concerning their Affordable Care Act policies.
The government said that it had no idea how the errors occurred, and it downplayed the impact on the taxpayers affected, saying that they would have plenty of time to file their taxes when the corrected figures became available.
In a joint expedition with Montana Tech, Vincent will help present Butte and Tech to four different Chinese Universities.
Posted from my iPhone using Joomla Admin Mobile! Miss P won the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Her great uncleUno won in 2008, the New York Times reports. Miss P is a fetching beagle.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" has grossed $94 million so far, domestically, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The man suspected to be behind the Attacks in Copenhagen was killed when he opened fire on police near a train station, the New York Times reports.
Police believe that the cash box had been taken from a business in the Phoenix building. It was discovered last Sunday that businesses in the building had been robbed, police said. Posted from my iPhone using Joomla Admin Mobile!
Earlier in the day he had interviewed Glen Greenwald , Edward Snowden and Laura Poitras . Posted from my iPhone using Joomla Admin Mobile!
The U.S. Economy added 257,000 jobs in January. Also, more people entered the workforce than left it, and wages were up, the Atlantic reported.
NBC news anchor Brian Williams apologized during his broadcast yesterday for lying about being in an aircraft that took fire in the desert in Iraq in 2003, the New York Times reports.
Williams was in a chopper that was forced to land in the desert by a fierce sandstorm, but, over time, Williams began to say that the aircraft that he was in had been hit by RPG and small arms fire, but that was not the case, NPR reports.
Crew members that were in the Chinook that actually had been hit, protested Williams' account , and Stars and Stripes verified the soldiers' version. The Chinook had taken fire an hour before Williams arrived on the scene, NPR reports.
Senator Thom Tillis, a Republican from North Carolina, argued Monday that restaurants shouldn't have to require that their workers to wash their hands after doing their business in the bathroom so long as the establishment posts a notice that employees aren't required to wash their hands upon leaving the restroom. Sagely, he said that the market would take care of the problem, the Washington Post reports.
April 3, 2014
A mid-afternoon accident at Galena and Montana left this car disabled in the intersection.
- Small baggie of drugs found in Town Pump bathroom
- $1 million for the old ball game
- Bills on water rights, tax cuts advance through Montana Legislature
- Alton Brown signs stuff for fans at the Motherlode
- Montana Legislature update for 2-27-15
- Yesterday at the Montana Legislature
- Today's Montana Legislature wrap up
- Death penalty vote splits Montana Legislature
- Pit bull taken from Butte shelter
- Bullock’s preschool program faces opposition