NWS Concerned about Possible Orchard Homes Clark Fork Flooding
Even though the National Weather Service is not predicting a repeat of last spring’s devastating flooding of the Clark Fork River, Chief Hydrologist Ray Nickless is still concerned about localized flooding in certain areas.
DPHHS Gives Steps to Stay Healthy When Dealing With Live Poultry
As spring approaches, folks are more likely to purchase and begin raising young birds.
Missoula Man Is Charged With Arson Twice In Two Months
At around 7:00 Saturday morning, law enforcement was dispatched to a structure fire located in the Blue Mountain Trailer Park.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, March 26
Ronan man struck by a vehicle while he stood in the road brandishing a toy rifle.He was flown to Missoula where he was pronounced dead.
Ronan Man Struck and Killed after Waving Rifle at Driver
35 year-old Aaron Thiel of Ronan was struck by a vehicle late Friday night after standing in the middle of the road and allegedly waving a rifle at a person in traffic.
Gas Prices in Montana are on the Rise as Spring Approaches
The seasons are changing and so are the prices at the pumps.
$30 Million Russell Street Bridge Construction Enters New Phase
The $30 million Russell Street Bridge project is entering a new phase now that spring has arrived and the snow is melting away.
Police Nab Man for Drugs and Assaulting a Downtown Bar Bouncer
At about 12:30 Sunday morning, a disturbance occurred at a local bar in the 100 block of West Front Street.
Montana's Freezeout Lake - An Annual Waterfowl Spectacular
The feathers are flyin'!
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, March 25
Failed Missoula business will donate all remaining sales to the families of those affected by the tragic shootings on March 14.
Failing Bookstore Donating over $40,000 to Shooting Victims
Following the tragic shootings that occurred on March 14th when one man was killed and three others gravely wounded, efforts have been underway to raise money for their medical and living expenses.
On Talk Back - Focus on Reserve Street Homeless Camp Cleanup
On Friday’s Talk Back show, guests on the monthly ‘City Talk’ segment included Erin Pehan, Director of Housing and Community Development along with City of Missoula Communications Director Ginny Merriam.
Constitutional Scholar Presents a Primer on the First Amendment
There have been several media reports recently that high school, college students and even some politicians cannot name the freedoms delineated in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
The County Attorney's Office Was Busier Than Usual This Past Week
The Missoula County Attorney's Office filed 15 new cases this past week.
Shelley Hays Fundraiser will Include Dinner & Special T-Shirts
Join the community for a $5 dinner and huge silent auction this Tuesday.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, March 22
On Thursday, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order to protect the free speech rights of all students on campuses across the country. A UM student, Taylor Powell, was invited to attend.
President Signs Executive Order Protecting Free Speech on Campus
At the White House on Thursday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to protect the free speech rights of all students on campuses across the country
Arlee Man Charged with Strangling – Kneeing Woman in the Face
An Arlee man, 47 year-old Stanley Oliver is in the Missoula County Jail on $25,000 after being charged with strangling and woman and kneeing her in the face which resulted in several stitches at a local hospital.
The 75th Anniversary of When Montana Got Bombed in WW2
Miles City is the site of ONLY domestic bombing during World War II?
Mine Cleanup Costs Fall far Short on Montana Reservation
The Center for Public Integrity published a story this week in partnership with Mother Jones about the ‘woefully inadequate’ amount of cleanup funds set aside to deal with leftover pollution at the former Pegasus gold mine on the Fort Belknap Reservation.
Potholes Have Been More Challenging This Year Than Usual
Potholes become an issue for the Missoula Street Department every year.
50 Million People Gamble During Problem Gambling Awareness Month
March Madness is in full swing right now and that means a lot of gambling is taking place.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, March 21
One man is dead and another man injured in a fiery crash on I-90 near Missoula on Wednesday afternoon after he drove the wrong way and crashed head on into a semi truck.
Most Drivers Say 0 Stars to Rideshare. So, Who’s in the Backseat?
You’re traveling home after a night out. Do you take an Uber, Lyft, or taxi? For most American drivers, the go-to answer is “none of the above.”
One Man Dead and One Injured in Wrong Way Crash on Interstate 90
One man is confirmed dead and another man was injured and transported to St. Patrick Hospital after a vehicle was traveling the wrong way on Interstate 90 on Wednesday afternoon.
President Bodnar Encourages Folks That UM is 'On The Right Path'
University of Montana President Seth Bodnar updated the campus on how far the University has come and what to expect in the future.
AG Tim Fox Shares Information on Wounded Trooper Wade Palmer
Attorney General Tim Fox, head of the Montana Highway Patrol, spoke with KGVO News for the first time since Trooper Wade Palmer was critically wounded last Thursday night.