Missoula Named Best for Music Education for Third Year in a Row
Yet another national music award for Missoula County Public Schools. They have been honored for the third year in a row with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation
$500,000 Bond for Man Who Fled from Police for Almost 12 Hours
32 year old David Moorse, the Missoula man who fled from police and the U.S. Marshal’s Service early Wednesday morning and led authorities on a chase that lasted almost 12 hours, appeared in Missoula District Court on Thursday
$10,000 Reward Offered for Help in Finding Killer of Susan Wood
On Thursday, Sheriff TJ McDermott and his detective division offered a $10,000 reward for anyone who provides information that will bring the killer of Susan Wood to justice
More Federal Help is Promised for Montana Wildfires
As the fire seasons grow more dangerous, more help is needed.
'Black Hawk Down' Warrior in Missoula to Fight Suicide
A fundraiser in Missoula tomorrow will bring in one of America’s most famous soldiers as a featured speaker.
Missoula Ranks in Top 12 Worst on Air Quality Standard
When it comes to short term particle pollution, Missoula improved a little in 2016, but it is still one of the nation's worst.
Yet Another Missoulian Accused of Violating Parole, Using Meth
Police made an arrest that is starting to sound very familiar in Missoula.
Forest Fire Smoke - 'F' Grades for Missoula and Ravalli Counties
Quality for the whole year - good. Quality for short-term - not so good.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, April 19
Missoula Police apprehend a fugitive who fled custody early in the morning. 32 year-old David Moorse was found hiding in an apartment complex.
Fugitive Captured at Apartment Complex After All-Day Pursuit
At approximately 8:45 Wednesday night, 32 year-old fugitive David Moorse was captured by Missoula police after hiding inside an apartment complex on Old Fort Road
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.
Surprise Change in Montana Tourism Spending
The Montana Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research has published the results of a study on non-resident tourism in the state last year.
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.