Northern Rockies Support Cache boasts a $14 Million Inventory
When a fire breaks out in the mountain west, the Northern Rockies Interagency Support Cache right here in Missoula can supply everything firefighters need almost at a moment's notice.
Bonner School Educator Chosen Montana Teacher of the Year
Social Studies teacher at Bonner School, Dylan Huisken, has been named the 2019 Montana Teacher of the Year, in a special ceremony at the school on Friday morning.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, September 20
A 46 year-old Missoula man is in the Missoula County Jail after allegedly strangling a woman four times and sexually assaulting her.
Brutal Assault – ‘Wanted what he Wanted’ Despite Consequences
The court documents read ‘the defendant said he wanted what he wanted no matter the consequences’.
Man Charged in Fatal Testicle Festival Crash Postpones Trial
The man charged with two counts of negligent homicide and several other counts of felony criminal endangerment after allegedly causing a rollover crash following the 2017 Testicle Festival, James Bayford, now has a new trial date
City Provides Breakdown of Surcharge Costs in Municipal Court
After providing a statement explaining the purpose of the $25 city surcharge on violations of state laws processed through the Municipal Court that the Montana Supreme Court recently found to be inappropriate, City Communications Director Ginny Merriam broke down where the $25 actually goes
Crews Respond to Early Morning Trailer Fire on Cooley Street
A mobile home fire was called in to 9-1-1 just after 3:00 a.m. at the Hollywood Trailer Court on Cooley Street.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, September 19
Break-up leads man to assault and strangle his ex-girlfriend, charged with PFMA and felony strangulation.
City Releases Statement about City Court Surcharge Issue
The Missoula City Council voted unanimously Monday night to drop the current $25 City surcharge on violations of Montana state laws that are processed through City of Missoula Municipal Court.
Absentee Ballots for Election will be in the Mail on October 12
The Missoula County Elections Office will be putting over 48,000 absentee ballots in the mail on Friday, October 12 for the November 6 general election.
Nine Year-Old Girl Raises Over $1,300 for Ronald McDonald House
A remarkable young woman has people all over western Montana talking after she went all out to raise money for her favorite charity, the Ronald McDonald House in Missoula.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, September 18
The Missoula County Sheriff's Office has placed its school resource officer on administrative leave after leaving a duty weapon in a faculty bathroom.
Transient with Scratched Face Charged with Third Partner Assault
49 year-old transient Scott Lee Asbury was held on $10,000 bond on Monday in Missoula Justice Court after allegedly beating a woman at the Poverello Center.
Monday, September 17 is Constitution Day in the United States
The Montana Broadcasters Association, in conjunction with Townsquare Media, brings Montana Senator Steve Daines to commemorate Constitution Day, 2018 on this 231st anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution by the Founding Fathers in 1787
School Resource Officer on Leave After Weapon Left in Bathroom
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office has placed their School Resource Officer on administrative leave after a duty weapon was left in a faculty bathroom at a local area school.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Urges Full Funding of the LWCF
The worldwide conservation group, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is urging Congress to fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, September 17
Search and Rescue teams successfully rescued a missing hiker in the Lolo Peak area at about 8:30 p.m. Sunday. The mas was reported missing at about 2:00 p.m.
Search and Rescue Crews Find Missing Man near Lolo Peak
Missoula Search and Rescue teams found the missing man who had been reported lost in the Lolo Peak area at about 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
Judge in Missoula Postpones Grizzly Hunt for another Two Weeks
Chief U.S. Magistrate Judge Dana Christensen has postponed a controversial grizzly bear hunt for another two weeks, before making a decision of the legality of removing the Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bears from the Endangered Species List
Post Office Chooses Missoula to Debut First Responders Stamp
On the week of 9-11, the U.S. Post Office chose Missoula, Montana the home of the Smokejumpers Center as the one place in America to introduce a new stamp honoring first responders.