Skalkaho Road is Muddy, But It's Open for the Season
For best results, though, wait a couple of weeks.
Pertussis Numbers Slowing – 134 Patients Confirmed as of Friday
Officials at the Missoula City County Health Department are breathing a sigh of relief, as the numbers of confirmed cases of pertussis are slowing dramatically.
Governor’s Budget Leads to Two Year University Tuition Freeze
For many years, tuition at Montana University System schools was frozen, which led to an increase in enrollment throughout the system, and thanks to Governor Bullock’s executive budget, tuition will be frozen again for the next two years.
Crime Numbers Were Abnormally High This Past Week in Missoula
The County Attorney’s Office filed 25 new criminal complaints.
Missoula's Big Brothers Big Sisters Hopes to Reopen in the Future
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Missoula is incredibly heartbroken to announce that they are closing their doors on May 31, 2019.
'Bear Aware' Tips Were Presented Thursday in Hamilton
The bears are out there!
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, May 24
A U.S. Senate health committee has borrowed language from Montana State Insurance Commissioner Rosendale's SB 71 to help lower prescription drugs costs. Governor Bullock vetoed the bill.
St. Regis is Ready for Montana's Largest Flea Market
As you map out your Memorial Day weekend plans, make sure you put this on the must-do list.
Former Speaker of the House Announces Run for Attorney General
This week, Austin Knudsen announced his candidacy for Montana Attorney General for the 2020 election.
U.S. Congress Models Prescription Drug Bill after Senate Bill 71
A United States Senate Committee introduced bipartisan legislation on Thursday aimed at lowering health care costs, including provisions largely modeled off State Auditor Matt Rosendale’s legislation to lower prescription drug costs in Montana.
Missoula Police Find Stolen Vehicle, Charge Two With Robbery
A Missoula Police officer discovered a stolen vehicle near the intersection of Russell and Broadway.
MPD Helps Apprehend Woman Violating Probation, Drugs Were Found
Agents from Montana Probation and Parole requested assistance from the Missoula Police Department.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, May 23
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer returned home to a hero's welcome on Wednesday after being critically wounded in the line of duty on March 15.
MHP Trooper Wade Palmer Receives Hero’s Homecoming Welcome
On a blustery afternoon in western Montana, the pent up emotions of thousands of people poured out joyfully as critically wounded Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer arrived home to the Missoula International Airport
Missoula Police Nab Woman for Trespassing and for Possessing Meth
Someone called Missoula Police and reported that a woman was trespassing in the 4000 block of Highway 93 south.
University of Utah Health Hospital Hosts Palmer Press Conference
Just before releasing critically wounded Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer for his return trip to Missoula on Wednesday, there was a brief press conference that was live streamed on Facebook.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, May 22
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox broke the news on Talk Back on Tuesday that MHP Trooper Wade Palmer will be coming home to Missoula on Wednesday to recover from his wounds.
UM Agency Conducts First Ever Memorial Day Weekend Survey
The Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana has never conducted a survey like this before, about plans that Montanans might, or might not have, for the Memorial Day weekend.
Miss Montana Pilot Recounts Flight from Missoula to East Coast
KGVO News spoke with Bryan Douglass, pilot of the famed Miss Montana C-47 aircraft on Tuesday morning not long after the aircraft landed at Oxford Connecticut, on their way to Normandy, France to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion in 1944.
Missoula Police Nab Man for Stealing Metal and Possessing Drugs
Missoula Police received a complaint from someone who said some metal was taken from a location in the 200 block of Commerce Street.
AG Tim Fox Says MHP Trooper Wade Palmer Is Coming Home Wednesday
We are so pleased to announce that Montana Highway Patrol trooper Wade Palmer is coming back home to Montana on Wednesday.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, May 21
The count is now 125, the number of pertussis cases in Missoula County, according to Missoula City County Health Department Director Ellen Leahy.
Rosendale Urges Legislators to Overturn Bullock Veto of SB 71
State Auditor Matt Rosendale is working with legislators of both parties to override Governor Steve Bullock’s veto of a bill that is estimated to save Montanans around $8 million on prescription drug costs.
Pertussis Numbers Expand to 125 – Average Age of Patient is 16.5
The Missoula County Pertussis outbreak continues to expand with several new confirmed cases every day, according to Health Department Director Ellen Leahy.
D-Day Squadron Buzzed The Statue of Liberty, Normandy is Next
The D-Day Squadron will join up with C-47s from Europe and Australia for Daks Over Normandy.