Stolen Vehicle Suspect Jumps Into a Missoula River, Rescue Ensued
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office located a stolen vehicle from Washington in the 1400 block of East Broadway.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, June 18
Missoula Police Detective Guy Baker is remembering the one year anniversary of the disappearance of 19 year-old Jermain Charlo.
Sunday was Anniversary of Disappearance of Jermain Charlo
Missoula Police Detective Guy Baker spends a great deal of his time helping to find and rescue missing women and children from sex and human traffickers, but is deeply troubled about the one year anniversary of the disappearance of Jermain Charlo.
Missoula Sentinel Academic World Quest Team wins Trip to Japan
The Missoula Sentinel High School's Academic World Quest team recently finished in second place in the March World Quest competition sponsored by the Montana World Affairs Council.
Missoula Police Found a Stolen Vehicle, Arrested Two Individuals
Just before 3:00 a.m. on Monday, a Missoula Police officer recognized a stolen vehicle on West Broadway.
State Auditor Matt Rosendale Declares Run for U.S. House
State Auditor and Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale announced on Monday morning that he would be seeking the Republican nomination to replace Greg Gianforte in the U.S. House of representatives, who in turn announced his own run for Governor of Montana on Friday.
Missoula Police Arrest Man for Felony Assault With a Weapon
Someone called 911 and reported a disturbance at a motel parking lot in the 3000 block of Expo Parkway.
A Man Allegedly Threatened to Kill his Pregnant Girlfriend
An adult female called 911 and said she received threats from her live-in boyfriend.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, June 17
Gianforte and Stapleton make cross office announcements at the Republican convention in Helena.
Supreme Court to Consider Hearing School Choice Case on June 20
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider hearing the Montana School Choice case on Thursday, June 20, according to the Institute for Justice in Arlington, Virginia.
Auditor Matt Rosendale says World Elder Abuse Day is Saturday
Individuals over the age of 65 control a majority of the country’s wealth, making them prime targets of financial abuse.
The Missoula County Attorney's Office Stayed Busy This Past Week
Weekly crime numbers have remained in the double digits for quite some time.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, June 14
Vice President Mike Pence and Interior Secretary David Bernhardt visited Yellowstone Park yesterday, and Bernhardt shared some thoughts with Townsquare Media host Aaron Flint.
Montana's Swan Valley Wildlife is Now Permanently Protected
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation announced that Swan Valley wildlife is now permanently protected.
City Council Members Get a Preview of Electric Scooters
At the Monday, June 17 Missoula City Council meeting, there will be a public hearing concerning dockless electric bicycles and electric scooters, which have become wildly popular in larger cities.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, June 13
Vice President Mike Pence was in Billings yesterday to discuss Montana's meth crisis and shared news about Mexico's commitment to help solve the crisis at the southern border.
Vice President Pence Talks Meth, Recovery and Mexico in Billings
Vice President Mike Pence visited Billings on Wednesday to get a first hand report of the meth addiction problem in Montana and what is being done to stop it.
Providence Sets Groundbreaking for new Medical Office Building
The old Safeway location on Broadway has been empty for several years, but soon, Providence Montana will be breaking ground for their multi-million dollar new Medical Office Building.
Police Arrest Man for Stalking and Violating a Protection Order
Someone called 911 and reported a disturbance at a local business.
Police Catch Man Trying to Hide Meth in a City Hall Bathroom
A Missoula Police officer entered a first-floor restroom in City Hall and noticed something suspicious.
Fire Danger Increases in Bitterroot National Forest
Fire season has already started in the Bitterroot.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, June 12
With pertussis cases on the decline, the Missoula City County Health Department is turning its focus on measles, which has now appeared in the Idaho panhandle.
With an Eye on Measles – Health Department says Pertussis Fading
There are still a few pertussis cases appearing each week, but far less than in the past few months, says Ellen Leahy, Director of the Missoula City County Health Department
State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen Will Seek Re-Election in 2020
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen announced that she will seek re-election in 2020 as Montana’s top education official.
NorthWestern Energy Commits $1 Million For School Solar Projects
This project is being developed in an effort to educate the community about the potential of solar energy.
AG Tim Fox and MHP Commander Butler to Visit Southern Border
Next week, June 17-18, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox and Commander of the Montana Highway Patrol, Colonel Tom Butler, will visit and tour the southern border.