Woman Hits Rival with Metal Bat – Warns ‘Don’t Mess with My Man’
25 year-old Tabitha Ann Curtis is in the Missoula County Jail on$15,000 bond after allegedly beating another woman with a baseball bat when Curtis discovered her in a relationship with her male partner.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, February 15
The ACLU is suing the Border Patrol after two Havre women were stopped and detained because they were speaking Spanish.
DOT Removing Two Avalanches on I-90 Near Lookout Pass
Old Man Winter is doing a number on the westbound lanes of Interstate 90 west of St. Regis.
MCPS Search for Superintendent Moves Forward with Focus Groups
At the recent MCPS Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, the effort to find a new superintendent moved forward with the scheduling of focus groups where the public can receive more information.
Matt Rosendale’s Bill to Save on Prescription Costs Advances
The Montana Senate Business and Labor Committee voted in favor of State Auditor Matt Rosendale’s legislation to lower prescription drug costs on Thursday.
Missoula Home Show Weekend Includes Kids' Lego Building Contest
And you thought a home show might be too drab and uneventful to bring the kiddos to. Not this one!
Senate Bill 65 Will Reform DUI Statutes in Montana
The Montana Department of Justice has approximately 11 bills in the Montana State Legislature.
Medical Professionals Given Human Trafficking Awareness Training
In an effort to end human trafficking, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox introduced a Continuing Education training.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, February 14
Two men were arrested by Missoula Police for spray painting swastikas on a wall and painting the words 'White Power'.
UM Professor Accused of Harassing Student Says it Never Happened
In recent days I have been accused in news-media of harassing a student, Taylor Powell, in the University Center on the University of Montana campus, and sending my students continue the harassment. Emphatically, nothing could be further from the truth.
UM Study – Fire Decreased Residents Lung Function in Seeley Lake
The Rice Ridge Fire was one of the most intense wildfires of the 2017 season and blanketed the Seeley Lake Community with dense smoke for weeks.
The UM Food Pantry is Now Open in the University Center
On Tuesday, the University of Montana had their grand opening for the new UM Food Pantry.
Missoula Faith Leaders Protest Trump Immigration Policy
Two of Missoula faith leaders, along with several others, stood in the falling snow in front of the Russell Smith U.S. Federal Courthouse on Wednesday afternoon for a No Hate-No Wall vigil to promote a just and humane immigration policy.
'White Power' and Swastikas Were Spray Painted On A Building
Missoula Police received a call that a vandalism was in progress in the 1400 block of West Broadway.
Hamilton Players Bring 'Oliver' Musical to the Stage
This will be a "do not miss" production!
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, February 13
Missoula police commemorated the end of watch anniversary of the death of Sergeant Robert Heinle, who was shot and wounded in the line of duty.
Software Fix Sparks Surge in Contacts from UM to Future Students
For several years, enrollment officials at the University of Montana were mystified that prospective students were complaining about a lack of contact information from the school, as compared to MSU.
MCPS to Mandate Addition of Seat Belts on Beach School Buses
At the regularly scheduled meeting of the Missoula County Public Schools Board of Trustees on Tuesday evening, one of the topics to be discussed will be the retrofitting of all Beach Transportation school buses with seat belts.
Senator Daines Takes Part in Night Patrol on Southern Border
On Sunday night, Montana Senator Steve Daines took part in overnight patrols with ICE agents on the southern border to see first hand what interdiction methods are being used, and the challenges that are being faced by law enforcement.
Congressman Greg Gianforte Holds Telephone Town Meeting
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte held one of his regular telephone town hall meetings on Monday night from the office in Washington, D.C. and took calls from constituents for over an hour.
A Head On Collision Caused Traffic Delays From Lolo to Missoula
Several crashes continue to occur on Highway 93 as folks commute from Lolo to Missoula.
Today Marks The Anniversary of the Death of MPD Sergeant Heinle
MPD Public Information Officer Travis Welsh asks that the public keep Heinle in mind and remember the sacrifice he made for our community.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, February 12
Heavy snow in the mountains and a significant amount in the valleys is expected through Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
Give it a Brake: The 10 Speediest States in America
Consider the swiftness with which we’ve come from a fledgling, newly independent nation to a global superpower.
Ravalli County Lends Money to Help Fix Como Dam Valves
The two gate valves are over 100 years old.
Heavy Mountain Snow Coming with Significant Valley Amounts
The National Weather Service is predicting heavy snow for the mountains around western Montana in the next few days, along with a significant amount in the valleys.
Superintendent of Schools Elsie Arntzen Addresses Legislature
Montana’s Superintendent of Public Schools Elsie Arntzen addressed the Montana Legislature on Monday afternoon to discuss education issues facing the lawmakers and the state.
Missoula Area Students Invited to Perform at Portland Concert
The Missoula Youth Orchestra will perform at the National Association for Music Education NW Division Conference on Saturday, February 16 in the Portland Convention Center.