Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, January 21
Heavy wet snow over western Montana on Sunday has helped replenish mountain snow pack to near 100 percent, according to the National Weather Service.
Heavy Wet Snowfall Helps Restore Mountain Snow Pack
As most of us were snuggled in on Sunday watching football, snow was falling most of the day in western Montana.
Trailer Fire Causes Extensive Smoke Damage – No One Injured
Missoula Fire Department Crews were called to a mobile home fire on Friday afternoon. Battalion Chief David Wolter provides details.
School Choice Rally to be Held on Capitol Steps in Helena
Hundreds of Montana students, parents, and educators in showing support for school choice at the Montana Capitol building at noon on Thursday, Jan. 24.
Furloughed Government Workers Get Free Griz Basketball Tickets
With the government shutdown reaching the 30 day mark, the University of Montana is making Grizzly basketball tickets available to furloughed government workers at no cost.
Missoula Crime Numbers Reached An All-Time High In 2018
Crime numbers jumped significantly in 2018.
The Missoula County Attorney's Office Filed 17 Cases This Week
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office was busier than normal this week.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, January 18
Former Florence resident shot and killed after a shooting spree in Northern California. He allegedly shot and killed a 93 year-old woman, wounded another man and a K-9 officer.
This Car Color Insurance Myth is Getting Busted Once and for All
Your car’s color can be a practical choice, an expression of your individuality, or even a chromatic extension of your personal brand. But can it be an indicator of your driving behavior?
Fast Falcons Fly High in Bitterroot Valley- BR Outdoor Journal
You can see them almost every day around here.
Florence Man Killed by Police after Shooting Spree in California
48 year-old Stanley Stepanski III was shot and killed by Placer County, California law enforcement after he went on a shooting spree on Tuesday evening in the town of Penryn.
Montana Highway Patrol Releases Results of Public Opinion Survey
During the summer of 2018, troopers with the Montana Highway Patrol conducted a public opinion survey to let the agency know how it is perceived by residents and visitors traveling through the state,
WINGS Radiothon: Support Cancer Patients in Montana
Our friends at Bee Broadcasting and KJJR Radio in Kalispell just kicked off the 23rd annual radiothon to help raise money for cancer patients in Northwest Montana. It started at 7AM Thursday morning, and continues through Friday night. If you're in Kalispell- stop by the Sportsman Ski Haus. If …
Congressman Gianforte Fields Questions in Telephone Town Hall
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte held another telephone town hall meeting on Wednesday evening, taking questions from callers on a variety of subjects.
Missoula's International Airport Set An All-Time Record
For the fifth year in a row, passenger numbers set an all-time record at the Missoula International Airport.
City Plans to Join Suit Against Big Pharma – AG Advises Against
At Wednesday’s Committee of the Whole meeting, eight members of the Missoula City Council heard Mayor John Engen propose joining a lawsuit against major drug makers such as Purdue Pharma to collect damages done to Missoula residents damaged by opiods.
Sentinel Students Impressed MCPS Superintendent During Lockdown
The general feedback surrounding the recent lockdown at Sentinel High School was mostly positive.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, January 17
MCPS official proud of how teachers and students responded during Tuesday's school lockdown after a pistol magazine was found at the school.
MCPS Official Reflects on Sentinel High School Lockdown Response
When a pistol magazine was found on the floor of Sentinel High School on Monday morning, officials began a rapid response based on long hours of drills and training.
New York Investment Firm Fined by State Securities Commissioner
Securities Commissioner Matt Rosendale announced on Wednesday, that his office has reached a $101,000 settlement with a New York financial firm for bilking a Chester, Mont., man out of $78,000 through improper securities transactions.
Missoula Police Arrest Woman For Possession Of Meth
A motel employee called Missoula Police and requested help removing occupants from a specific room.
Recent Firearms Incidents Sparks Concerns from Safe Kids Montana
Safe Kids Missoula is reminding parents and caregivers to practice gun safety to help reduce the number of child injuries and deaths caused by unintentional shootings or suicide.
Missoula Man Strikes Woman in Her Face and Takes Her Cellphone
Missoula Police received a call about a disturbance in the 1900 block of South Third Street West.
Sentinel to Host Parents Meeting Thursday at 6:00 p.m.
Sentinel High School Principal Dr. Ted Fuller announced late Tuesday that a special parents meeting will be held on Thursday at 6:00 p.m.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, January 16
DPHHS says food stamp recipients will continue to receive benefits until the funding runs out due to the partial government shutdown.