UM Studies How Climate Change Could Undermine Biodiversity Conservation Goals
- by UM News Service - MISSOULA – In a new study published in the journal Communications, Earth & Environment, University of Montana researchers and colleagues explore how climate change could challenge efforts to protect biodiversity within the network of protected areas around the globe. The team examin...
Officials Announce Changes in Evacuation Areas For The Roaring Lion Fire
Changes announced in Roaring Lion Fire Evacuations
Trash Service Days in and Around Missoula May Be Changing [Sponsored]
Republic Services of Montana has announced that some trash service days in the Missoula area are changing effective the week of May 4.
1 Dead, 2 Injured in Car Crash on Reserve Street Bridge in Missoula
Missoula, MT-At 6:39 this morning an accident occurred on the Reserve Street Bridge in Missoula. A 24 year old woman involved in the accident died, while the other two males involved were injured. Police are still investigating on the cause of the accident itself...
The Insane Inflatable 5k is Coming to Missoula
The KGVO staff has been bouncing off the walls with excitement over the craziness that is coming to Missoula. Now, we are thrilled to invite you to come bounce with us at the Insane Inflatable 5K!
KGVO Radio Wins Two Major Montana Broadcasting Awards [VIDEO]
Newstalk KGVO won two major awards over the weekend at the Montana Broadcasters Association Awards ceremony in Whitefish.
Jimmy Scott — the Voice of an Angel
Thank you for Facebook, for without it I would never have learned of Jimmy Scott's passing with such immediacy via my friend Sharyn Felder's newsfeed. Last night we lost an incredibly gifted singer and interpreter of jazz and song whose voice, Lou Reed said, was that of an angel...
Catch the Big One at Paradise Falls
We begin the 2014 season of Catchin' the Big Ones radio show on Friday, March 7! The radio show will be recorded at a new location, Paradise Falls on the Banks of Brooks in Missoula. Catchin' the Big Ones will cover western and central Montana fishing on the rivers and lakes.
Jordan Graham Pleads Guilty to Second Degree Murder of Her Newlywed Husband Cody Johnson
Jordan Graham pleaded guilty to a second degree murder charge on Thursday (Dec. 12) in the death of her newlywed husband, Cody Johnson, at Glacier National Park.
Friends of Jordan Graham Tell of Her Odd Behavior the Night They Found Cody Johnson Dead
During the afternoon of the second day of her murder trial, Jordan Graham's friends, who were with her when she found her husband's body in Glacier National Park, testified about her behavior they viewed as uncharacteristic for the situation. Graham is accused of pushing her newlywed husband Cody Johnson to his death in Glacier National Park.