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!
Man Rescued From Clark Fork River Claims He Was Chased There by ‘Men with Swords’
Very early this morning, a Missoula Police officer ended up in the Clark Fork River after screams were reported.
Tax Increase Unlikely in Possible Special Session, Says State Finance Chair
With a tight budget and a stream of cuts, many Montana officials are considering tax increases in a possible special legislative session, but according to Montana House Finance Chair Nancy Ballance tax increases will be a hard sell to the Republican dominated legislature.
Marsy’s Law Advocates Will ‘Continue to Fight’ After Supreme Court Decision
The Montana Supreme Court struck down the recently approved victim’s rights law known as Marsy’s Law this week in a decision that Marsy’s Law for Montana State Director Chuck Denowh called “disappointing”
Man Facing 12 Charges Runs From Missoula Police, Gets Stuck Trying to Jump Fence
In September he was caught and accused of selling stolen bikes out of a stolen truck, but later chose not to appear in court on felony charges. According to Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh, Bushell was spotted again on Wednesday evening
Political Complaint Filed Against Missoula Man’s Facebook Page
Paying to boost a Facebook post during a Montana election could put you at the center of a Political Practices complaint.
Two Arrested in Missoula Incident, One Accused of Trying to Hit Store Employee With Car
Two men were arrested on Halloween morning after Missoula police received a call from department store employees near the 3500 block of Mullan Road.
Missoula Teen Accused of Brandishing ‘Box-Cutter’ During Robbery
19-year-old Joshua Rennie was arrested by Missoula Police on Monday afternoon after some store employees reported theft and threatening behavior.
Montana Expands Lawsuit Into Generic Drug Price-Fixing
This case now involves a total of 15 generic drugs, and these drugs really kind of run the gamut: some of them treat glaucoma, some of them are antibiotics, there's high blood pressure medication, diabetes medication, and on and on.
New Complaint Says Engen Campaign Broke Same Campaign Finance Law as Triepke
"The mistake that the Mayor's campaign made was not in accepting space that they didn't pay for, it was they didn't report the size of the space. It turns out that Montana campaign finance law requires you to report the details of what you make expenditures on," Rhoades said…
Missoula Hunters Missing Overnight in Nine Mile Area Found
Sheriff’s Deputies and Members of Missoula Search and Rescue were out near the Nine Mile/ Prairie area looking for hunters that were expected to return home on Sunday, October 29.