I just graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in broadcast journalism, in May. I am now a full time employee for KGVO and am excited for what the new year will bring.
Jackson Medical Center Plans Video Treatment
A medical center in Jackson plans to use advanced video technology to connect patients with specialists in other states.St. John's Medical Center is preparing an initiative to allow stroke patients to receive care from distant specialists. The hospital plans to begin using the technology in Feb…
Funeral For Wyo. Girl Hit After Getting Off Bus
An 11-year-old Wyoming girl who was hit by a pickup truck after getting off a school bus is being remembered in her hometown.
Montana ANG Mission Uncertain Pending F-15 Shift
A Montana Air National Guard commander in Great Falls said the future of his unit's mission is uncertain, pending the transfer of its F-15 jets to a the California Air National Guard and an accompanying atmosphere of austerity in Washington, D.C. that could reach into military funding.
Montana County To Pursue Pot Grow-op Owners
The Ravalli County prosecutor says the owners of a Stevensville marijuana growing operation raided in July will face four felony charges.
UM Sexual Assault Investigation
An investigation is under way into where a powerful date rape drug may have come from amid reports by two University of Montana students that they were sexually assaulted by men — aided by the drug.
Eastern Idaho Man Dead After Stabbing, Suspect Arrested
The Bonneville County Sheriff's Office says a 20-year-old Idaho Falls man is dead after a stabbing and another man has been taken into custody. Police say they responded to a report of a stabbing about 20 minutes after midnight on Christmas Day and found Buck A...
Demolition Planned To Make Way For Simplot Project
An aging Boise warehouse's days are numbered, as the Simplot Family Foundation prepares to build its $70 million, downtown urban meeting place. Demolition of the Compton warehouse building that's sat for years just southwest of downtown will begin next month...
Update from the Occupy Missoula Movement
The Occupy Missoula Encampment Working Group sent out a letter on Friday to address First Night Missoula and the County Commissioner’s decision to remove the port-a-potty and efforts to ban camping on the lawn. [AUDIO]
Montana Budget And Policy Center Gets Grant
Officials with the Montana Budget and Policy Center in Helena say a $200,000 grant has been received to help pay for continued research and analysis of state economic, budget and tax policies.
Man Charged With Kicking Boy, Choking Boy’s Mother
A Missoula man who was babysitting a neighbor's child is charged with choking the mother when she complained her son had been kicked. 34-year-old David William Kidder faces charges of aggravated assault and assault on a minor.