Drug Bust Nets Two Parole Absconders Each Held on $100,000 Bond
Two men, 37 year-old Jacob Alt and 35 year-old David Holcomb were arrested on February 16 by Missoula police after being found with a large amount of illegal drugs, cash and paraphernalia.
AG Tim Fox Disappointed over Supreme Court Ruling on Child Rape
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox was deeply disappointed over a U.S. Supreme Court decision on Tuesday that denied the possibility of charging a man for the rape of an eight year-old girl that occurred over 30 years ago.
MPD Will Host a Recruitment Event at Sentinel High School
The Missoula Police Department is hosting recruitment testing at Sentinel High School.
Senator Daines Visits KGVO to Discuss Drug Treatment Programs
Senator Steve Daines stopped by the KGVO studios early Wednesday morning to discuss various issues, including his scheduled visits to Kalispell and Great Falls to meet with law enforcement about methamphetamine treatment.
Missoula Man Used a Book to Strangle His Girlfriend
Missoula Police were called to the report of a disturbance in the 1500 block of Sherwood Street.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, February 20
A train versus truck collision near Alberton that pushed the truck a half mile down the railroad tracks sent one man to the hospital with undisclosed injuries.
Bitterroot Elk Herds Have Picked Some New Roads to Roam
The big animals aren't bothered by your puny car!
Revenue Guarantees save Travelers $2.8 Million in Three Months
The U.S. Department of Transportation recently released 2018 third quarter airfare data, demonstrating a $2.8 M savings in Missoula airfare following American Airlines’ entrance into the Missoula market with service to Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago O’Hare.
Second Week in a Row Montana Grizzly Basketball Star Honored
It was another phenomenal week for a University of Montana basketball standout who has taken his game to another level.
MRL Train versus Truck Accident Sends the Driver to the Hospital
A white crew cab pickup truck was struck broadside on the passenger side at a train crossing near Cyr in western Montana on Tuesday morning pushing the vehicle a half mile down the railroad tracks.
Montana Department of Commerce Supports 2,500 Affordable Homes
The Montana Department of Commerce announced on Tuesday that over the past five years, the agency has supported affordable housing for thousands of families across the state.
Missoula Police Arrest Woman for Having a Meth Filled Syringe
Just before 1 on Monday afternoon, a Missoula Police officer recognized a woman that had an outstanding warrant.
Hellgate Elementary Administrator Discusses School Security
Just as Missoula School District One has specific policies regarding school security, Hellgate Elementary School District does, as well.
Man Charged With Two Felonies After Driving Under The Influence
A Missoula Police officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle after observing it cut across several lanes of traffic.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, February 19
A Missoula County woman has been jailed on $45,000 bond after allegedly beating a female rival with a baseball bat, along with dealing cocaine.
Western MT Class A Basketball is Centered in Hamilton This Week
The ball bounces into Hamilton for tournament time.
The Ice Continues to 'Crowd the Corner' on Bitterroot River
Stay off the ice. Besides endangering your life if you fall in, you endanger those who come to save you.
League of Women Voters Responds to Missoula Growth Forecast
There are predictions that up to 32,000 new residents may be moving into the Missoula area between now and the year 2040 and various organizations are looking at how that will affect housing availability and affordability at a meeting this week.
New Group to Host Missoula Area Rivers Celebration this Thursday
A new Missoula area group, Three Rivers Collaborative, is working on issues related to local rivers will be hosting a public open house this Thursday from 5:30-7:30 at Conflux Brewing Company.
City Begins Work on West Broadway Island Project on Monday
Construction work will begin on Monday for improvements to access the West Broadway Island which is owned by the City of Missoula
Woman Hits Rival with Metal Bat – Warns ‘Don’t Mess with My Man’
25 year-old Tabitha Ann Curtis is in the Missoula County Jail on$15,000 bond after allegedly beating another woman with a baseball bat when Curtis discovered her in a relationship with her male partner.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, February 15
The ACLU is suing the Border Patrol after two Havre women were stopped and detained because they were speaking Spanish.
DOT Removing Two Avalanches on I-90 Near Lookout Pass
Old Man Winter is doing a number on the westbound lanes of Interstate 90 west of St. Regis.
MCPS Search for Superintendent Moves Forward with Focus Groups
At the recent MCPS Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, the effort to find a new superintendent moved forward with the scheduling of focus groups where the public can receive more information.
Matt Rosendale’s Bill to Save on Prescription Costs Advances
The Montana Senate Business and Labor Committee voted in favor of State Auditor Matt Rosendale’s legislation to lower prescription drug costs on Thursday.
Missoula Home Show Weekend Includes Kids' Lego Building Contest
And you thought a home show might be too drab and uneventful to bring the kiddos to. Not this one!
Senate Bill 65 Will Reform DUI Statutes in Montana
The Montana Department of Justice has approximately 11 bills in the Montana State Legislature.
Medical Professionals Given Human Trafficking Awareness Training
In an effort to end human trafficking, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox introduced a Continuing Education training.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, February 14
Two men were arrested by Missoula Police for spray painting swastikas on a wall and painting the words 'White Power'.