Montanans Await Vote Over Government Shutdown
As millions of Americans await the vote of the U.S. Senate as to whether the country will face a government shutdown, Montana Senator Steve Daines spoke with reporters late Friday afternoon from his office in Washington, D.C.
Montana Morning News State Headlines for Friday, January 19
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and many others will speak at an event in Paradise, Montana on Saturday.
$50,000 Bail for Man Accused of Armed Robbery – Car Theft
James Wages appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Thursday charged with seven counts of felony car theft, along with the theft of 19 scratch-off lottery tickets at gunpoint.
Arlee Shooting Victim Identified - Suspect Released From Custody
The victim in Wednesday afternoon’s fatal shooting has been identified. Sheriff Don Bell said the incident occurred just after 3:30 p.m. at a residence in Arlee.
Montana Morning State Headlines for Thursday, January 18
A Lake County man was shot to death in Arlee late Wednesday afternoon. Sheriff Don Bell said the suspect is in custody and two witnesses have been detained.
Lake County Man Shot to Death at Residence in Arlee
A Lake County man was shot to death late Wednesday afternoon at a residence in Arlee..
Unraveling the Mystery of the Malaise in Montana’s Economy
There was a $224 million shortfall in the Montana budget in 2017, enough to force a special session of the legislature, but where did all the tax monies go to bring the problem about?
Missoula County Sheriff TJ McDermott Running for Second Term
After winning one of the most contentious elections in recent memory in 2014, TJ McDermott has filed for a second term as Missoula County Sheriff
Montana Morning State Headlines for Wednesday, January 17
$100,000 bond requested for Missoula man accused of multiple knife attacks.
Missoula Man Held on $70,000 Bond For Knife Attack
29 year-old Christopher Stickney is being held in the Missoula County Jail on $70,000 bail after allegedly attacking another man with a long bladed steak knife.
Rosendale Refuses Pay Hike While Governor Bullock Accepted His
Montana’s Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Matt Rosendale passed up a 3.7 percent pay increase in 2017, while the governor and other agency heads accepted their raises.
Montana Morning State Headlines for Tuesday, January 16
Montana health officials say the flu is widespread across the state, where 12 people have died.
Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst Running for Reelection
Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst has announced that she is running for her second term and officially filed for reelection on Friday.
Utility Scams Return with Winter Weather – NW Energy Comments
When the weather turns cold, scammers hit the phone lines to demand immediate payment with the threat of turning off the power.
Montana Morning State Headlines for Monday, January 15
Murder charges filed against Gallatin County man for allegedly shooting his estranged wife and death and severely wounding her roommate.
Safe Kids Missoula Presents Video Competition for Teens
Safe Kids Coalition Coordinator Kira Huck said on Friday that Safe Kids Worldwide is presenting the ‘Take it From a Teen’ video challenge.
County Attorney Addresses Why Some People Are in Jail for Months
The U.S. Constitution guarantees a speedy trial for anyone accused of a crime. Why, then are some suspects kept in jail for months at a time before being tried?
Montana Morning State Headlines for Friday, January 12
Gallatin County man in jail on $1 million bail for allegedly shooting his estranged wife to death and wounding her roommate.
Board of Regents Meeting Brief Due to Bad Weather in Helena
The Montana Board of Regents met in Helena on Thursday, but due to inclement weather and bad roads throughout the state, some regents were not able to attend.
53 Veterans Green Star Suicide Flags Retired at Ceremony
At a moving ceremony in Missoula on Thursday afternoon, 53 Green Star flags were retired to commemorate the 53 local veterans who took their own lives in 2017.