Tester, Daines split vote on late-night passage of debt-ceiling bill
Montana's two U.S. senators split their vote on the debt-ceiling bill late Thursday, but they both described the agreement as less than satisfactory.
Missoula airport courts new service as terminal expansion continues
As the new passenger terminal at the Missoula airport nears its one-year anniversary, the project's second phase is taking shape, just as the airport eyes additional service.
BLM allocates $26 million to three Montana restoration projects
The Blackfoot-Clark Fork landscape was allocated $9.54 million while almost $10 million was allocated to the Missouri Headwaters region.
Missoula County clears the way for redevelopment of Lolo School property
The new designation allows for 16 acres of residential building and 14 acres of commercial while also setting aside 13 acres as open space. It also allows a density of 16 dwelling units per acre.
Montana man convicted in Jan. 6 attack; Oath Keepers founder sentenced to 18 years
A Dillon man was convicted this week of seven counts tied to his actions during the U.S. Capitol attack while former Montana resident and Oath Keepers founder Elmer Stewart Rhodes was sentenced to 18 years in prison.
New team exploring redevelopment of Riverfront Triangle
A new team of developers has taken interest in the Riverfront Triangle in downtown Missoula, and city leaders are cautiously optimistic that long-held plans for the site will come to fruition this time around.
National Gun Violence Awareness Day takes root in Missoula
Citing the statics around gun violence in America, the city and county on Missoula have declared June 2 National Gun Violence Awareness Day – a banner intended to draw attention to the dangers posed by firearms.
City takes steps on urban camping; council member threatens lawsuit
Drug needles, trash, violence and other concerns mounting in areas around Missoula as a result of urban camping prompted the City Council on Wednesday to declare an emergency and change an ordinance allowing officials to move homeless campers from city parks, trails and conservation lands.
Homeless camps on sidewalks, parks taxing City of Missoula
With the public's tolerance for urban camping growing thin, city officials on Monday said they're looking at all solutions, but shelter options for the city's homeless population are thin and without them, there isn't much they can do.
Missoula County partners with Switzerland to farm weevil, battle invasive water plant
In an effort to eradicate an invasive plant in Flathead Lake, Missoula County will look to Switzerland and become the first in the U.S to farm and introduce a weevil suited for the task.