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Montana Follows Nation With Rising Violent Crime Rates

The National Crime Victimization Survey reports that America's violent crime rate jumped up 15 percent in 2012. Statistician Tyson Mclean works as the Statistical Analysis Center Director at the Montana Board of Crime Control and he said Montana's crime rate is up too.

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Lolo Homeowner Shoots Man in Head, Wounded Man in Stable Condition

At 12:16 Sunday Morning, March 17, Missoula County Sheriff's Deputies and Emergency Medical Service personnel responded to a shooting incident at the Lewis & Clark Trailer Park in Lolo.

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Falcons Fan Stabbed By 49ers Fan After NFC Championship Game

As if losing in the NFC Championship game weren't bad enough, an unlucky Atlanta Falcons fan was stabbed by a San Francisco 49ers fan outside the Georgia Dome after the 49ers 28-24 victory on Sunday night. 

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Video Game Researcher, Christopher Ferguson, Offers Thoughts On Biden Meeting

The meeting between Vice President Joe Biden, his task force, and the video game industry took place on Friday, January 11th, 2013. Christopher Ferguson, who offered his opinions on the proposed Southington, Connecticut video game burning, has shared his thoughts on the proceedings.

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Video Game Violence A Concern For 89 Percent of Parents

This week's spotlight on violent video games does not start and stop with the actions and words of Vice President Joe Biden. A nationwide survey commissioned by Common Sense Media and the Center for American Progress found that an estimated 89% of parents believe violence in video games is a problem.

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Are Violent Video Games Contributing To the Declining Crime Rate?

A new academic paper suggests that the proliferation of violent videos games over the past 20 years has contributed to the more than 50 percent decrease in violent crime over that time period.

The paper’s authors analyzed published studies on the topic of violence and video games, and were able to conclude that “though there is evidence that violent video games cause aggression in a laboratory setting, there is no evidence that violent video games cause violence or crime.”

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