High Speed Chase in Missoula Ends in Capture of Active Shooter
A listener recaps a high speed chase and crash around 6:30 p.m. this evening near the Southgate Mall on Brooks.
OPI Celebrates Passage of Student Safety and Accountability Act
Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen announced on Thursday that bills she helped shepherd through the legislature to protect students passed the Senate and are headed to Governor Steve Bullock for his signature.
State Auditor Reaches $500,000 Settlement with Financial Company
When financial companies turn out to be bad actors and swindle Montanans out of their hard earned money, the State Auditor’s office steps in to resolve the matter, as Matt Rosendale did with a financial company out of Boston.
Support Montana Hunting and Fishing and Dive Into a Pig Roast
The Montana Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife would like to invite you to their 10th annual fundraiser in Missoula.
A Variety of Crimes Occurred in Missoula This Week, Listen Here
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office charged nine new complaints this past week.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, April 19
Senator Steve Daines hosted a round table discussion in Missoula on Thursday about the meth crisis in Montana with numerous law enforcement agencies.
Senator Steve Daines Visits KGVO Studios – Gives Palmer Update
Fresh from a visit to the Great Falls area on Wednesday, Montana Senator Steve Daines stopped by the KGVO studios early Thursday morning with two of his aides to talk about a variety of issues, the first being his hospital visit with Trooper Wade Palmer in Salt Lake City.
Steve Daines Hosts Law Enforcement Round Table on Meth Crisis
Montana Senator Steve Daines hosted a round table discussion at the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office with nearly a dozen law enforcement personnel from various agencies specifically targeting the meth crisis in Montana.
Burglary – Assault with a Weapon and a High Speed Chase
Several western Montana law enforcement agencies were involved on Wednesday in a case where a man and woman were charged with aggravated burglary, assault with a weapon and fleeing from law enforcement after allegedly breaking into a home in the Condon area.
MPD Hosts National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 27
Drug Task Force Detective Dean Chrestenson will be collecting unused or unwanted prescription drugs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Southgate Mall.
Currents Aquatic Center Hosts Underwater Egg Hunt on Saturday
According to Missoula Parks and Recreation, Currents Aquatics Center is hosting their annual Springtime Underwater Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, April 18
A controlled burn was swept out of control near Lolo on Wednesday and burned nearly 30 acres. Missoula Rural and several other agencies responded.
Controlled Burn Ends up Torching nearly 30 Acres near Lolo
Just after 1:30 on Wednesday afternoon, 9-1-1 dispatched Missoula Rural Fire to a controlled burn that had been fanned by gusty winds just south of Lolo.
Results Already Seen with UM Common Application for Students
The University of Montana is already reaping benefits of joining with Common Application, an online platform that enables students to apply at colleges and universities around the world.
Commuter Challenge Encourages Sustainable Transportation Usage
Missoula In Motion is hosting a Commuter Challenge in hopes of changing how commuters get to and from work.
May 4 Fundraiser Planned to Benefit MHP Trooper Wade Palmer
A major fundraising event to benefit 301 Strong, the nonprofit organization that is raising funds for severely wounded Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer is scheduled for Saturday, May 4 at Neptune Aviation at the Missoula International Airport.
Volunteers Are Needed To Help Refurbish and Expand Dragon Hollow
They are trying to turn Dragon Hollow into a truly inclusive place where children of all abilities feel welcome.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, April 17
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer's condition is improving at a Salt Lake City Hospital, so much so, that he gave a thumbs up for a UM Grizzly sweatsuit.
Women's Health - Topic of Rocky Mtn Lab's Next Public Lecture
The second in a series dealing with mental health issues.
Used Syringes Being Found After Winter Snow Melts - How to Handle
People are finding more used syringes around Missoula as the winter snow and ice has melted away.
Grand Prize for Trooper Wade Palmer Fundraiser is Awesome
Tickets are on sale now for an amazing ride that you'd be thrilled to own, while supporting Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer at the same time.
Some FWP Watercraft Check Stations Now Open throughout Montana
With the advent of spring, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks have opened selected watercraft check stations throughout the state.
Trooper Palmer Update – Recognizing People – Thumbs Up for Griz
The Montana Highway Patrol has released another update on the condition of severely wounded Trooper Wade Palmer, currently being treated at the University of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City.
After Visiting China, Gianforte Thinks A Trade Deal Will Get Done
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte recently traveled to China with other lawmakers to discuss trade issues with U.S. and Chinese officials.
Missoula Police are Searching for a Missing 14-Year-Old Girl
Missoula Police Officer Nathan Mattix is attempting to locate a 14-year-old girl.
Best Toy Stores In Missoula for Easter Basket Goodies
If you are looking to help the Easter bunny do a little shopping. Shall a recommend a couple AMAZING toy stores in Missoula?
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, April 16
The embattled Medicaid Expansion bill passed the state senate by a narrow margin on it's second vote on Monday. A final vote is scheduled for today.
Medicaid Expansion Bill Survives State Senate by Two Votes
The embattled Medicaid Expansion bill cleared the Montana State senate by a narrow vote during Monday’s floor session.
MCPS to Introduce Three Finalists for Superintendent This Week
With the retirement of current MCPS Superintendent Mark Thane at the end of the school year, the Board of Trustees has been busy reaching out throughout the nation for potential candidates, and has settled on three, one from Bozeman, one from Wisconsin, and one from Pennsylvania