Before joining Peter Christian on the air in 2012 I worked at a number of odd jobs that range from selling board games and scooping up dog doo, to teaching English in Japan and coaching award winning debate teams. I was in trouble most of my childhood for talking too much in class, now I get to get in trouble for talking on the radio. It's great!
Reward Offered to Solve Missoula Murder, Robbery Suspect Caught Hiding Under Bridge – Mont…
Today's headlines include a $10,000 reward for info in a local murder, a suspect caught under a bridge, and a fire season forecast for Western Montana.
‘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.
Above Average Fire Season Predicted for Montana in 2018, Later than 2017
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, Less Retail, More on Outfitters and Guides
The Montana Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research has published the results of a study on non-resident tourism in the state last year.
Crash on Reserve as Police Chase Fugitive Who Escaped on Foot, Possibly Armed
Police and U.S. Marshals were involved in a chase through Missoula this morning.
Montana AG Tim 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.