Hearing for Motel Murder Suspect Postponed Until November 6
The omnibus hearing for accused motel murder suspect 27 year-old Jonathan Whitworth has been postponed until November 6, according to Deputy Missoula County Attorney Jordan Kilby.
Forest Service Draft Decision on Gold Butterfly Project
The proposed project is on two forest districts.
Proposed 2020 Budget Calls for 18 New Hires - $23 Million in CIP
Mayor John Engen introduced his proposed 2020 budget before the Missoula City Council on Wednesday that includes the hiring of 18 new employees and a total of nearly $23 million in Capital Improvement Projects.
Former Gubernatorial Candidate Ken Miller Calls for End to COPP
Do you remember the name Ken Miller? Miller ran for governor in 2012 and was leading in the polls just prior to the Republican primary when he was accused by the Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl of campaign finance violations
Missoula Gas Prices Drop Again, Expect an Increase Next Week
For the seventh straight week, the national average price of gas has fallen.
4th of July Fireworks Illegal within the Missoula City Limits
The City of Missoula wants to remind the public that the use of most fireworks is illegal, and authorities are asking for the public’s cooperation to keep the city safe during the 4th of July season.
Gianforte Introduces Legislation to Help Combat Illegal Robocalls
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte recently introduced legislation to help identify and prosecute companies who participate in illegal robocalls.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, June 26
A stolen truck led to several minor crashes on Tuesday afternoon before Missoula police were able to apprehend the two female suspects.
Car Theft Leads to Police Chase and Two Females Arrested
Just after noon on Tuesday, 9-1-1 received a report of a stolen truck on South Davis Street.
Strong Thunderstorms Wednesday Could Bring Strong Winds and Hail
The National Weather Service is predicting the chance of strong thunderstorms developing late Wednesday and continuing through Thursday.
COPP Rules Dudik Violated Campaign Law – Offers Statement
On June 12, Missoula Attorney Quentin Rhoades filed a campaign practices complaint against Democratic Attorney General candidate Kimberly Dudik.
Two Young Grizzly Bears Were Euthanized Due to Food Conditioning
FWP captured a pair of young grizzly bears near the north end of Whitefish Lake and removed the animals due to food conditioning, livestock depredation, and property damage.
Local Resident Reports Suspicious People, Police Make Meth Arrest
Someone called 911 and reported two suspicious people near a home in the 1800 block of 35th street.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, June 25
The Miss Montana C-47 aircraft that helped commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day landed safely in Missoula yesterday afternoon to a cheering crowd.
Miss Montana Touches Down at Home after her Historic Trip
The Miss Montana, the World War II vintage C-47 smokejumper aircraft landed safely in Missoula on Monday afternoon to a cheering crowd after an historic mission to help reenact the D-Day paratrooper drop over Normandy.
OPI Continues Summer Program for Missoula Elementary Schools
The Montana Office of Public Instruction has announced new After School Grant Recipients in western Montana.
Scammed Cancer Charity Funds Distributed to Real Charities
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced on Monday that over $2.5 million recovered from sham charities have been distributed to legitimate cancer charities.
Police Arrest Man For His Third Partner or Family Member Assault
Someone called Missoula Police and reported a disturbance in the 700 block of South Orange street.
Crime Numbers Were Far Below Average Last Week in Missoula
As of Friday morning, the Missoula County Attorney’s Office had filed seven new criminal complaints.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, June 24
Convicted double murderer Glen Dibley pronounced a curse on Missoula County and Montana at his sentencing Friday in District Court.
Lt. Governor Cooney Meets with State Broadcasters on Census 2020
Montana’s Lt. Governor Mike Cooney met with radio and television executives at the Montana Broadcasters Association convention at Big Sky on Sunday morning.
Tester Meets with Supportive Crowd at Missoula Town Hall Meeting
With an introduction by Missoula Mayor John Engen, Montana’s senior Senator Jon Tester addressed a very supportive audience at the Holiday Inn in Friday morning.
Dibley Gets Four Life Terms – Calls God’s Judgment on Missoula
52 year-old Glen Lee Dibley, who was also once known as Caressa Hardy, was sentenced on Friday in Missoula District Court by Judge James Wheelis to four concurrent life sentences for two counts of deliberate homicide and two counts of solicitation for deliberate homicide.
Missoula Police Arrest Two Men For Possessing Methamphetamine
A Missoula Police officer was driving through a parking lot and recognized a male that had outstanding warrants.
MPD Arrest Man for Stabbing Someone With a Utility Knife
Someone called 911 and said two men were fighting on a second-floor balcony in the 600 block of East Broadway.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, June 21
Ravalli County Sheriff Steve Holton confirmed on Friday that a 17 year-old male from Sanders County drowned in the Clark Fork River after attempting to elude law enforcement.
Ravalli County Completes Investigation – No Name Released
Ravalli County Sheriff Holton confirmed on Thursday afternoon that a 17 year-old male from Sanders County drowned in the Clark Fork River after fleeing from law enforcement.