FWP Seeks Information on Vandalism at Frenchtown Pond State Park
Montana FWP is looking for information on a recent vandalism at Frenchtown Pond State Park in western Montana.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, October 22
A Missoula woman has been charged with theft for allegedly stealing over $4,000 in cash from her register at Target.
Meadowlark Initiative brings Behavioral Health to Pregnant Women
A healthy pregnancy requires a woman to seek the best care possible, and that now includes help with behavioral health problems, such as mental illness and substance use disorders.
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The Montana Grizzlies are coming off their first Big Sky Conference loss of the season, but they will be back home this weekend to take on Eastern Washington Eagles.
UM Law School Named Number 10 on National Best Value List
The Dean of the University of Montana’s Alexander Blewitt III School of Law received yet another national accolade late last week.
Missoula Woman is Arrested for Allegedly Embezzling Almost $4,000
Missoula Police responded to the Target in the 2400 block of Reserve Street.
STEM Climbing Structure Planning for Library at The Public House
One of the features that will dominate the façade of the new $35 million Missoula Public Library will be a two-story window that will showcase a huge STEM DNA Climbing Structure and research lab.
Free Workshop on How to Field Dress and Butcher Wild Game
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers and Montana FWP will host a workshop on how to field dress and process wild game.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, October 21
Montana Governor and Presidential candidate Steve Bullock has now openly called for the impeachment of Donald Trump.
CNN – Governor Steve Bullock Calls for Trump’s Impeachment
Appearing on CNN Thursday with anchor Kate Bolduan, Montana Governor Steve Bullock, who has in the past been cautious about the impeachment of President Trump, said the time has come to begin the process of removing the President from office.
RMEF Tops $1 Million in Elk Habitat Research throughout USA
In 2019, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has allocated over $1 million for elk related research throughout the country.
Missoula Crime Numbers More Than Doubled This Week
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office filed 14 new criminal complaints this past week, which more than doubled the amount last week.
Missoula Man Brings Meth to His Probation Office, Gets Arrested
Missoula Police officers were called to the probation office in the 1800 block of Stephens Avenue.
AG Fox - $116 Million Dollar Settlement with Johnson and Johnson
Attorney General Tim Fox announced this week that Montana is part of a multi-state settlement requiring Johnson and Johnson and a subsidiary Ethicon must pay a total of just over $119 million for deceptive marketing.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, October 18
A Carousel for Missoula has received a $1 million donation from the family of the late Alex McDonald, one of the original carvers at the carousel.
Gianforte Blasted Google for Rejecting Hunting Advertisements
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte blasted Google for rejecting hunting advertisements.
Rattlesnake Area Burn Leads to Very Unhealthy Air Quality
Residents in the Rattlesnake valley woke up to Unhealthy to Very Unhealthy Air Quality on Thursday morning after some burning debris piles spread to nearby forest undergrowth producing heavy smoke.
Grizzly Bear Cubs Killed in Train Collision Near Trego
On Tuesday night, Montana FWP staff was notified by the U.S. Forest Service of a possible bear carcass along the tracks railroad tracks southeast of Trego.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, October 17
State officials with the DPHHS have reported the first vaping related death in Montana as a teenager who regularly used vaping products.