Approved 2020 City Budget Allows MPD to Hire Six New Officers
Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh says these new officers will be filling a couple of different needs.
Frenchtown Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident on U.S. Highway 93
A Frenchtown man died Monday night after losing control of the motorcycle he was driving near Evaro.
MPD Arrest Man for Assault With a Weapon and Theft
Missoula Police Department officers responded to the report of a disturbance in a park located in the 300 block of Kiwanis street.
Grizzly Football Coaches Shows Resume Next Week at the Press Box
Get ready for the 2019 football season! Everyone is invited to the weekly Montana Grizzly Football Coaches Show at the Press Box on East Broadway.
Missoula Gas Prices are 15 Cents Higher Than the National Average
Gas prices continue to fall in Montana and Missoula is finally catching up.
Trump Administration Approves Montana Reinsurance Wavier
The Trump Administration has approved a plan to lower health insurance rates in Montana while continuing to protect people with preexisting conditions.
A Wide Variety of Crimes Occurred This Week in Missoula
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office was really busy this past week.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, August 16
29 men and women from 20 countries took the oath of citizenship on Thursday before Magistrate Judge Kathleen DeSoto.
Missoula Symphony Continues Worldwide Search for New Conductor
This Sunday at the annual Symphony in the Park, there will be a guest conductor, as the much beloved Darco Butorak has departed after leading the symphony orchestra for 12 years.
West Nile Virus Detected in Three Montana Counties
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services announced on Wednesday that West Nile Virus has been detected in mosquitoes in three counties, Cascade, Sheridan and Yellowstone.
29 Become American Citizens in Naturalization Ceremony
29 men and women from 20 countries stood in the Russell Smith Federal Courthouse on Thursday morning to take the oath of citizenship from U.S. Magistrate Judge Kathleen DeSoto.
Benefit for Drew Hossle on Sunday at Roper's Lounge
Provide support for the Hossle family this weekend at Roper's Lounge.
Wolf Attacks Camper in Tent at Banff National Park
A daring rescue by a neighboring camper might have saved the life of a man trying to protect himself, his wife and their two children.
Missoula Parks and Recreation Needs Your Help on Saturday
Missoula Parks and Recreation are currently building a new playground in Memorial Rose Park and they are in need of some help.
FWP Seeks Input on Forest Management Project at Blackfoot River
Montana FWP is seeking input on initiating a forest management project at four Fishing Access Sites along the lower Blackfoot River.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, August 15
Senator Steve Daines visited the Beeskove Fire Camp just outside Missoula on Wednesday afternoon.
Jason Marks Named New District Judge to Replace Karen Townsend
It was a bittersweet announcement from Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst on Wednesday that her chief deputy Jason Marks would be stepping down in order to become the newly appointed District Court Judge to replace the retiring Karen Townsend.
Senator Daines Visits Beeskove Fire Camp in Missoula
An impressive array of wildfire and forest experts explained to Montana Senator Steve Daines about the intricacies of the Beeskove Fire, now burning in the Rattlesnake Recreation Area and beyond.
Fox Asks Streaming Services to Cut Tobacco Use Directed at Kids
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has joined with 43 other state attorneys general in urging video streaming services to reduce the use of tobacco in programming rated for children.
FREE Community Gathering For A Carousel for Missoula!
Celebrate the reopening of the Carousel and those that made it possible.
A Grizzly Bear was Shot in Self-Defense, FWP is Investigating
Montana FWP are investigating the death of a grizzly bear from a reported self-defense shooting in the Cabinet Mountains.
Another Free Clothing For All Day Coming Tuesday in Missoula
You probably haven't given too much thought to your fall and winter wardrobe needs yet this year. And who could blame you?