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|Branding||KPAX, Montana's News Station|
|Slogan||Fair. Accurate. To the Point.|
|Channels||Digital: 7 (VHF)|
The CW (DT2)
|Owner||Evening Post Publishing Company
(KPAX Communications, Inc.)
|First air date||1970|
|Former channel number(s)||Analog:
8 (VHF, 1970-2009)
|Transmitter power||22.5 kW|
|Transmitter coordinates||47°1′2.9″N 114°0′50.1″W / 47.017472°N 114.013917°W / 47.017472; -114.013917|
KPAX also operates a Class-A low-powered station in Kalispell, Montana, K18AJ channel 18; known on-air as KAJ, the station broadcasts the same schedule as KPAX, but with local ads and news segments. Coincidentally, the station has a name similar to the book and subsequent Kevin Spacey film K-PAX.
Channel 8 signed on for the first time in 1970 as a semi-satellite of KXLF-TV in Butte. In 1977, KPAX opened a new studio on Regent Street in Missoula and severed the electronic umbilical cord with Butte.
- Bitterroot Range — K11IL-D
- Kalispell — K15GP-D
- Plains — K05GM-D
- Polson — K11HO-D
- St.Regis — K10HM
- Sula — K03IA-D
- Woods Bay — K48EO-D
 Digital television
 Current-News Personalities
KPAX/KAJ News Anchors
- Angela Marshall: Weekday Morning News Anchor
- Angela Douglas: Weekday Noon News Anchor
- Jill Valley: 5:30 and 10:00 Weekday News Anchor/Assistant News Director
- Mark Holyoak: 5:30 and 10:00 Weekday News Anchor
- Andrea Lutz: 5:30 and 10:00 Weekend News Anchor/Reporter
KPAX/KAJ News Reporters
- Breanna Roy: News Reporter
- Dax VanFossen: KAJ reporter
- Amanda Huff: KAJ reporter
- Robin O'Day: News reporter
- Laura Wilson: Reporter
- Erin Yost: Reporter
- Beth Saboe: Reporter
KPAX/KAJ STORMTracker Weather Team
- Erin Yost: Chief Meteorologist
- Russ Thomas: Morning Meteorologist
- Ed McIntosh: Noon Meteorologist
- Ryan Coleman: Weekend Weather Anchor
- Dereck Buerkle: Sports Director
- Shane Ewing:Weekend Sports
- Northern Ag Network
- Farm and Ranch reports on the Noon News Monday-Friday
- Doug Sebastian: Chief Engineer
- Brian Kohler: Engineer
- Chuck Wilson: Engineer
 Notable staff
- Kathy Weber: worked here as a anchor/reporter before going to KULR-TV
- Christine Clayburg: Emmy award winning meteorologist, worked here for a time.
- Garrison Courtney: current Chief of Public Affairs of the Drug Enforcement Agency, worked as a reporter and weekend weather anchor here.
- Adéle Lewis: current Public Information Officer for the Texas Department of Transportation, worked as an Anchor/Reporter from 1992-1994.
- Ian Marquand: news anchor/reporter and special projects coordinator, 1979-January 6, 2009 
 News/Station presentation
 Morning Newscast Titles
- Montana This Morning (2003-present)
 Noon Newscast Titles
- The Noon News (1970s-present)
 Newscast titles
- Montana's News Station (1993-present)
- The 5:30 News (1970-present)
- The 10:00 News (1970-present)
 Weekend Newscast Titles
- The Weekend Edition The 5:30 News and The 10:00 News (????-present)
 Weather Titles
- Storm Tracker Weather (2003-Present)
 Station slogans
- Fair. Accurate. To the Point. (2003-present)
- ^ The Broadcasting and Cable Yearbook says June 5, while the Television and Cable Factbook says May 1.
- ^ Listing of channel lineups in TV Guide Montana Edition
- ^ Eggerton, John (2009-06-29). "Boise Station Gets Power Boost". Broadcasting & Cable. http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/307121-Boise_Station_Gets_Power_Boost.php?rssid=20068&q=digital+tv. Retrieved 2009-07-01.