More Details about $100 Million Riverfront Triangle Development
The City of Missoula and the Missoula Redevelopment Agency have received a boost from a local company led by Nick Checota, owner of Stonefly, LLC and Logjam Productions to help complete the planning of the Riverfront Triangle project.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, October 16
A semi truck rollover that spilled 55,000 pounds of talc has closed I-90 in both directions at St. Regis. There were no injuries.
I-90 Closed at St. Regis Due to a HazMat Spill from a Semi Truck
The Montana Highway Patrol reported a semi crash early this morning on Interstate 90 on the Montana side near St. Regis.
$100 Million Riverfront Triangle Project gets Major Local Boost
The Riverfront Triangle project at the site of the old Fox Theater in Missoula is getting a major boost from a local business group who are helping make the $100 million project a reality.
UM’s Big Sky Poll Trivia Question Stumps Most Montanans
How well do you know Montana’s recent political history?
Middle School gets First Taste of Local Beef for ‘Walking Tacos’
The students at Missoula’s Washington Middle School were the first in Montana, and perhaps in the entire nation, to chow down on tacos made with beef that was locally grown, slaughtered and processed by its own local school district.
Sheriff - No Explosive Device Found at Helena School
Helena, state and federal authorities descended on Rossiter School early Tuesday morning when an improvised explosive device was found on the school’s playground.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, October 15
Ward One city council candidates debated on KGVO's Talk Back program on Monday, with incumbent Heidi West and challenger Amber Shaffer.
City Council Incumbent and Challenger Meet on Monday’s Talk Back
On Monday, Missoula City Council Ward 1 incumbent Heidi West and her opponent in November’s general election Amber Shaffer were in the KGVO studios to compare their stances on local issues.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, October 14
Man charged with multiple felonies after allegedly beating and strangling his ex-wife, according to police spokesman Travis Welsh.
Second Annual Health and Wellness Fair Adds Vaccinations
The second annual Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday, October 19 at the Hilton Garden Inn Convention Center has added vaccinations and health screenings to their many other services.
UM’s ‘Campaign Montana’ Surpasses $400 Million Goal a Year Early
The University of Montana Foundation announced on Friday that its ambitious $400 million fundraising goal for ‘Campaign Montana’ has been met almost a year earlier than planned.
Environment Montana Urges Trump EPA to ‘Get the Lead Out’
The Environmental Protection Agency recently released its update to the lead and copper rule, and Environment Montana says the rule falls far short of the action needed to ‘get the lead out’ of America’s, and specifically Montana’s drinking water…
City Shows Off Improvements of West Broadway Island Open Space
After years of planning and hard work, the only sand beach on the Clark Fork River in Missoula is finally safely accessible to the public.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, October 11
A vaping industry group plans to mount a legal challenge to Governor Bullock's ban on flavored e-cigarettes on October 22.
Rape Victim Learns her Attacker has been Released from Prison
Barb Jenkins has had a very rough road over the past four years. The founder of a rape support group called ‘Jane Doe No More’, Jenkins has spent the last four years rebuilding her life, until she was dealt another blow by the Montana legal system.
Missoula Rural Fire Fights Blaze on Mount Avenue – Pet Killed
Missoula Rural Fire crews were dispatched to a structure fire on Thursday morning in the 3800 block of Mount Avenue.
Victim and Suspect Identified in Lake County Homicide
Lake County Sheriff Don Bell released details on Thursday afternoon of a suspected homicide that occurred near Ronan on October 8.
UM Big Sky Poll Tackles the Topic of Wal-Mart and Gun Sales
In addition to the political questions contained in the latest Big Sky Poll, organizers also asked about reactions to Wal-Mart’s recent decision to alter their firearms sales policies