Above Average Fire Season Predicted for Montana in 2018
Meteorologist Michael Richmond with the Northern Rockies Coordination Center has been studying the weather to try to find out how this year’s fire season will behave.
Confirmed Cases of E-Coli in Montana Linked to Romaine Lettuce
The Missoula City County Health Department confirmed on Wednesday that there are six confirmed cases of E-Coli contamination that are linked to a multi-state outbreak associated with romaine lettuce from the Yuma Arizona area
Commissioners Meet with City Council to Discuss Jail Diversion
Missoula’s three county commissioners met with the city council’s Committee of the Whole on Wednesday to get updates from county officials on issues that affect the city and county.
Local Police- FBI Reaction to Guilty Plea by Backpage dot com
In March, President Donald Trump signed the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), and this week the largest online sex trafficking marketplace in the world pleaded guilty to human trafficking.
UM Initiates Redesign of Missoula College – Lifelong Learning
Following the initial discussion that began on Tuesday regarding the recommended changes at UM’s Mountain Campus, President Bodnar announced a new effort to redesign the Missoula College and the Lifelong Learning opportunities.
Crash on Reserve as Police Chase Fugitive Who Escaped on Foot
Police and U.S. Marshals were involved in a chase through Missoula this morning.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, April 18
UM President Seth Bodnar introduces plan to reduce programs and staff to meet enrollment reductions.
UM President Presents Recommended Program Cuts and Reductions
University of Montana President Seth Bodnar addressed a special session of the UM Faculty Senate in the Music Recital Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
AG Fox Recovering From Colon Cancer, Advocates Early Screening
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox is praising his doctor and advocating for cancer screenings after he was diagnosed with colon cancer last month.
Police Arrest Man on Felony Charges, Two Incidents on Same Day
A Missoula man is facing two felony drug possession charges for events that happened on the same day, Monday April 16th.
'Intoxicated' Man Reportedly Yelled at, Assaulted Strangers
Missoula police received a number of complaints from the public around 6:20 p.m. Monday evening, April 16, about a male that was walking along the railroad tracks that stretch through the city along Ronan Street.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, April 17
$250,000 bond for Missoula man on charges of attempted homicide, armed robbery and criminal endangerment after allegedly robbing a casino at gunpoint.