Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, June 18
A Missoula man is in jail, charged with assault with a weapon after threatening his girlfriend with a .357 pistol and shooting her twice in the legs with a BB gun.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen was on Talk Back on Thursday to talk about several issues, but primarily about Critical Race Theory, and an attorney general's opinion on the topic.
The new Beartracks Bridge decks are too hot for people with bare feet and dogs to walk on. KGVO spoke to engineer Matt Straub about the problem, and possible solutions,
Sunny and warm in western Montana today, with highs in the upper 80's.