Fox Asks Congress to Preserve State’s Authority on Security Laws
Data breaches are becoming more and more common, and Montana Attorney General Tim Fox is asking Congress not to preempt state data breach and data security laws.
$1 Million Gift Benefits Health and Medicine Initiatives at UM
The University of Montana Health and Medicine Initiative received a $1 million gift on Thursday to jumpstart education to health providers in Montana.
Man Reportedly Beats, Bites Missoula Woman After She Insults Dog
Apparently, it began as a misunderstanding when the male thought that the female was making a disparaging remark to him,
U.S. Navy Picks Griz, Not Bobcat For USS Montana Logo
When she hits the water, the USS Montana will be the most advanced active nuclear submarine in the world.
Missoula Sheriff's Office Seeking Help in Solving Woman's Murder
A woman found brutally beaten at a Missoula intersection earlier this month has died in the hospital and investigators are asking for the public's help in finding the culprit.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, March 22
A Missoula County Sheriff's deputy, John Leonard, has resigned over allegations of misconduct while on duty.
Missoula Sheriff’s Deputy Resigns over Misconduct Allegations
Missoula County Sheriff T.J. McDermott issued a press release on Wednesday stating that one of his deputies resigned following an internal investigation over his conduct while on duty.
One Child Dies Every 12 Days from Medicine Poisoning
Safe Kids Missoula is taking advantage of National Poison Prevention Week to ask parents and grandparents to poison-proof their homes
County Departments Detail State Budget Cuts to Commissioners
For over two hours on Wednesday, Missoula County Commissioners listened to their department heads detail the impact of state and federal budget cuts to the services they offer.
Musician Will Visit Hamilton School To Discuss Mental Illness
Elsie Arntzen and musician Jason DeShaw will be in Hamilton High School tomorrow to discuss the topics of mental illness and suicide.
Forest Management Omnibus Bill Expected to Hit Senate Floor
A new omnibus bill is working its way through congress and includes changes to forest management that have been pushed by Montana’s congressional delegation.
Missoula County Releases Wildfire Risk Map, New Protection Plan
Missoula County is updating its Community Wildfire Protection Plan for the first time in over a decade.
Senator Jon Tester Commemorates National Public Schools Week
At a recent meeting in Washington, D.C., Montana Senator Jon Tester welcomed students from across Montana as well as educators to commemorate National Public Schools Week by proposing two bills.