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Dept. of Interior Provides Funding for Grizzly Management in MT
The Dept. of Interior is providing money to help manage grizzly bears in MT. Senator Daines delivered a speech emphasizing the need for grizzly management in the state.
Man Arrested for Stealing Bicycle While Woman Unloaded Groceries
On Saturday evening, officers responded to a call about a man who was acting disorderly and looking in windows on the 2000 Block of Lester Street.
Weekly Crime Report Includes Stolen ATM and Unprovoked Knife Chase
This week's Missoula crime report is dominated by violent crime and property crime. 19 new criminal complaints were filed this week.
Fox Campaign Unveils Third Strategy; Says Difference From Gianforte is Night and Day
Gubernatorial candidate Tim Fox and running mate John Knokey have unveiled the third strategy. This pillar aims to maximize the potential of Montana's outdoors.
Run Wild Missoula is Monitoring Coronavirus Ahead of 2020 Marathon
Since large public gatherings can facilitate an outbreak, Run Wild Missoula is working with the Health Department to evaluate concerns ahead of the 2020 marathon.
City Council Meeting on Precautions Against Coronavirus and Debunking Mask Myths
Although there are no known cases of COVID-19 in Montana, the Missoula Health Department is taking precautions to prevent an outbreak.
Retired Air Force General Talks About Time in Vietnam; “Overwhelming” Problems with VA
Retired US Air Force General Dale Stovall joined KGVO News to speak about his time serving the country, as well as his advocacy for veteran’s healthcare.
Gianforte on 2020 Bid: It’s Time for a Businessman as Governor
Gianforte spoke with KGVO News about details of his 2020 bid, including his recently-announced running mate and his hope for a businessman in the gubernatorial seat.
Weekly Crime Report Includes Attempted Stabbing and Large Meth Bust
There were eight new criminal complaints filed this week in Missoula, many of which are categorized as violent crimes.
UM’s “Tunnel of Oppression” Gives Public Unique Interactive Experience
The annual "Tunnel of Oppression" event at the UM is hosting its first-ever community night on March 11, where the public can experience modern issues of oppression.