Missoula and Kalispell set new record high temperatures on Tuesday. Both has highs of 101, according to the National Weather Service.

Montana Law enforcement and health officials are alarmed over the rapid rise in overdose deaths from the opioid drug Fentanyl.

MCPS Superintendent Rob Watson appeared on the KGVO Talk Back Show on Tuesday to look back at the pandemic year and forward to the new school year.

Sunny and continued hot in western Montana, with a high of 102, another possible record.


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