More Evacuation Plans From The Napoleon Fire
On Friday, August 21, more evacuations were set for the Bull River along Highway 56 due to the Napoleon Fire.
Governor Bullock Opens Inaugural U.S. – China Clean Coal Industry Forum
On Tuesday, August 25, Governor Steve Bullock will introduce Chinese delegates to the Inaugural U.S. China Clean Coal Industry Forum in Billings.
Sheep Fire Creeps Up on Residents, Preparations for Evacuations in Place
Residents of Essex and surrounding areas are preparing themselves to evacuate due to a nearby fire called Sheep Fire.
Focus Turns to Sheep Fire out of the Thompson-Divide Complex Fires in Glacier
There are numerous fires burning up throughout Glacier National Park and Flathead National Forest.
A $71 Million Dollar Settlement was Reached with Amgen
Attorney General Tim Fox and 48 other state attorney generals have reached a $71 million settlement with Amgen after there were allegations that the company promoted biologic medications Aranes and Enbrel.
Missoula Snow Cat Stolen
On Monday, August 17, there was an unusual vehicle that was stolen from a local parking lot.
Montana Gas Prices Falling, Different Story for Other States
As the sun sets on summer in Montana, gas prices are slowly declining throughout the state.
Yellowstone Cubs Will Be Sent to Ohio Zoo
The fate of the female bear and her cubs has been released after the report that the female grizzly killed a man in Yellowstone National Park.
Two Men Arrested With Charges of Aggravated Burglary Today
The Missoula Police Department had their hands full this morning, August 14, with two aggravated burglary calls.
Missoula May Move Back Into Extreme Fire Danger
Earlier this summer Missoular eached Extreme fire danger levels, and with all the storms this week Emergency Management Director Adriane Beck says we may reach it again soon.