$500,000 Timber Equipment Sabotaged near Montana Forest Project
There are currently 21 current court injunctions against Montana forest restoration projects in Montana
MCPS Trustees Pass Budget – Another $1 Million Possible
The Missoula County Public Schools Board of Trustees unanimously passed the budgets for the 2018-2019 elementary and high school districts on Monday night.
Montana AG Investigating Whether Governor Broke the Law
Montana AG Fox says his office is investigating whether or not Governor Bullock had the legal power to unilaterally approve a six million dollar easement.
Forward Montana asks Greg Gianforte for Face to Face Meetings
While Congressman Greg Gianforte was visiting with business owners to explain how the Trump administration’s tax cuts will benefit them, he also took time to speak with two representatives of an activist group, Forward Montana.
Fight Over Apartment Leads to Strangulation, Arrest
Missoula Police responded to a domestic disturbance call at an apartment complex.
Gianforte Joins Job Creators Network at Axmen to Tout Tax Cuts
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte was at the Axmen in Missoula with representatives from the Job Creators Network to tout the Trump Administration’s tax cuts and their effect on the economy.
UM President Talks Fall Enrollment, Says He Expects Lower Numbers
The University of Montana is cheering the recently reported increase in summer enrollment.
Missoula Police Arrest 19-Year-Old for Burglary, Meth and More
On Monday afternoon, Missoula Police got a call from U.S. Marshals to help arrest a 19-year-old man by the name of Kyler Shinnaberry.
An Estimated 4,000 Missoulians Lost Power This Morning
Thousands of Missoulians experienced a power outage this morning, Tuesday August 21.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, August 21
Missoula's record dry spell ended on Monday after 47 days without any measurable precipitation with .54 inches of rain.
Congressman Greg Gianforte in Missoula for High Tech Conference
You might think that Bozeman has the corner on high tech businesses in Montana, but Missoula had its own High Tech Roundtable Monday morning at the Mon-Tech building near Missoula College.
MCPS Officials Consider Traffic Safety near New Rankin School
The construction has been making steady progress at the new Jeanette Rankin Elementary School in Lower Miller Creek, however, residents and city officials are looking at potential traffic flow problems.
Missoula Man Charged with Partner Assault – Felony Strangulation
22 year-old Nick Myers of Missoula is in the County Jail charged with Partner or Family Member Assault and felony strangulation.