Officials Issue Statement on Potential Flooding of Lolo Creek
With the warm and cold snaps and increasing moisture in western Montana over the past few weeks, there is concern that flooding of Lolo Creek may occur.
Southgate Mall to be SOLD for $58 Million to Retail Conglomerate
Washington Prime Group, based in Columbus, Ohio announced this week the purchase of Missoula’s Southgate Mall for $58 million.
Montana State Crime Lab Chemist Charged With Stealing Meth
A Montana State Crime Lab chemist, Derek Thrush, has been charged with three counts of criminal possession of dangerous drugs, namely methamphetamine left over from testing that he stole from his workplace and ingested
$10,000 Bail for 19 Year-Old Woman who Shielded Drug Suspect
19 year-old Tayla Starr Matte is being held in the Missoula County Jail on $10,000 bond for allegedly shielding a man from being found and arrested on drug charges.
MT Legislator Working on New 'Free Speech' Bill For Universities
Professor Mike Adams is gone, but his contested speech at the University of Montana may lead to changes in state law.
University of Montana-Western in Dillon Closed by Bomb Threat
The University of Montana-Western campus at Dillon was closed due to a bomb threat on Friday morning.
Only Seven Felony Cases in Missoula This Week, Two Jail Fights
Crime in Missoula seemed to plummet this week along with the drop in temperatures.
AMC Dine-In Movie Theatre Set to Open Next Week in Missoula
The AMC Dine-In Southgate 9, located at Southgate Mall, has announced its opening date. The new theater will allow you to dine while you watch.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, February 23
A lock-in was instituted at Missoula's Big Sky High School after threatening graffiti was found in two restrooms.
MCPS Superintendent Talks about Online and Vocal School Threats
After a day of frantic social media confusion over what may or may not have happened at Big Sky High School, MCPS Superintendent Mark Thane met with reporters to provide an accurate picture of what happened, and to discuss overall school safety.
Spring Enrollment Numbers Announced at UM – Down 5.4 Percent
The overall headcount enrollment at the University of Montana for spring semester is down 5.4 percent when compared to spring semester 2017. The total spring headcount is 10,987, which is 628 fewer students than a year ago.
Did You Participate In The Gun Control Protest In Missoula?
Student walk-outs are happening nationwide in protest of gun violence in schools. So, Missoula students, what do YOU think about it? Do you care?
Montana Grain Growers Worried Over TPP Signing Next Month
While the United States pulled out of the multi-country trade deal known as the Trans Pacific Partnership, other countries have continued negotiations and are scheduled to sign an on March 6th,