Posted 11:30 AM 12/11/2013 by Keele Smith - KBZK News
There was a big turnout at Wild Joe's Coffee on Tuesday at the kick-off campaign for an anti-discrimination ordinance in Bozeman.
Father Gregory Smith, Director of AIDS Outreach said, "I love Bozeman. I love living here. And I think we have a lot of gay and lesbian and bisexual and (More)
Posted 9:54 PM 12/10/2013 by KBZK News
It's called Tiny Tails Canine Rescue and they take small breed dogs, cats, and even a miniature donkey once, and place them in host families until they're ready to be adopted out.
Over 2000 dogs, and just as many cats, have been through tough times on their way to Tiny Tails since (More)More Stories from Yesterday
Posted 9:21 PM 12/9/2013 by KBZK News
Your Holiday travels might just be easier than expected.
Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is introducing a new Transportation Security Administration Pre Screening lane, on Tuesday, December 10th.
This option applies intelligence driven, risk-based screening procedures so (More)
Posted 5:23 PM 12/8/2013 by Jamie Leary - KBZK News
The beautiful lights and music of Bozeman's Christmas stroll helped many to forget about the subzero temperatures temporarily.
But many people spent time running from building to building.
The upside? - It was good for business and police who said for the most part, people were well behaved and having fun.
Posted 9:11 PM 12/7/2013 by Ted Dawson
Montana State was down by eight points to NAIA opponent Walla Walla early in the game, but midway through the first half, the Bobcats caught fire, and went on a 17-0 run, and then another 36-4 run to win the blowout, 109-54.
Freshman, Stephan Holm led the first half scoring with 10, while (More)More Stories from 12/7/2013