Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, July 16
Fire danger has been increased to 'high' as of Monday morning, according to Jordan Koppen, Fire Prevention Specialist for the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
Lightning Starts Fires in Bitterroot National Forest
Forest fires are still small so far this year.
International Choral Festival to Begin Wednesday in Missoula
Every third year the entire city of Missoula comes alive with the sound of music, with the International Choral Festival.
Police Arrest Man for Allegedly Strangling his Ex-Girlfriend
An adult female called a Missoula police officer and asked for some advice.
Fire Danger Increased to ‘High’ in Missoula County
Fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Prevention Association have increased the fire danger level to high, and continued the policy that debris burning is no long allowed
Missoula Man is Arrested Again, This Time for Felony Assault
Missoula police officers responded to the report of a disturbance in a vehicle.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, July 15
A spectacular lighting storm lit up the skies of western Montana and northeastern Idaho., according to the National Weather Service.
NWS – Over 1400 Lightning Flashes Every Five Minutes Overnight
Storm watchers had a treat on Saturday night into Sunday morning as spectacular thunderstorms moved through western Montana dishing out an amazing amount of lightning and thunder.
Man Charged with Selling Meth within 1000 Feet of a School
46 year-old Jerry Taylor was in the Missoula County Jail charged with possession and distribution of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a local elementary school.
Montana Settles Against Primera Blue Cross Over Data Breach
Montana is one of 30 states to settle with Primera Blue Cross over its failure to secure sensitive consumer data.
UM Policies Similar to MSU for Campus Emergency Notification
The MSU campus was placed on lock down for several hours on Thursday after an employee allegedly made threats to his own safety and the safety of others.
Chases, DUIs and Strangulation Highlighted Missoula Crime
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office charged 11 new criminal complaints this week, which is about average these days.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, July 12
The MSU campus was on lockdown on Thursday after an employee who was about to be fired threatened himself and others. He was taken into custody and his name has not yet been released.
MSU Locked Down After Employee Threat – Suspect in Custody
The Campus at Montana State University in Bozeman was in lock down for several hours on Thursday after an employee who was about to be fired threatened to harm himself and others.
Soft Landing to hold Vigil for the Southern Border Friday Night
Soft Landing Missoula, the group that helped to organize the resettlement of many refugee families in Missoula over the last few years will be holding a ‘Lights for Liberty’ vigil on Friday night at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.
MSU Shelter-in-Place Order Lifted, Suspect in Custody
Here is the latest on Thursday's incident on the MSU campus.
Man Allegedly Stole Checks From a Bank and Tried to Cash One
A male was attempting to cash a check that was taken during a burglary just days earlier.
Man With a Felony Warrant Tries to Flee From MPD on a Stolen Bike
A Missoula police officer was patrolling an area where a number of bicycles were recently stolen.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, July 11
The Montana Attorney General's Office has provided an update on the condition of critically wounded MHP Trooper Wade Palmer and Casey Blanchard who was also shot multiple times.
AG Tim Fox on KGVO’s Talk Back Discusses his Run for Governor
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox appeared on the KGVO Talk Back show on Wednesday and answered questions from listeners regarding his decision to run for governor.
MSUB Receives Two Telly Awards for Their REAL ID Campaign Videos
Montana State University-Billings received two Telly awards for their Montana REAL ID public information campaign videos.
UM Receives NIH Contract to Develop Opioid Addiction Vaccine
The University of Montana has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health for over $3 million to develop a vaccine to target opioid addiction.
AG’s Office - Update on Trooper Wade Palmer and Casey Blanchard
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has provided an update on the condition of Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer and Casey Blanchard.
Missoula's New Montana Rail Link Park Officially Opens July 11
At around noon tomorrow, the City of Missoula is hosting a grand opening and ribbon-cutting for the new Montana Rail Link Park.