Missoula Man Held on $70,000 Bond For Knife Attack
29 year-old Christopher Stickney is being held in the Missoula County Jail on $70,000 bail after allegedly attacking another man with a long bladed steak knife.
Rosendale Refuses Pay Hike While Governor Bullock Accepted His
Montana’s Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Matt Rosendale passed up a 3.7 percent pay increase in 2017, while the governor and other agency heads accepted their raises.
Clancy to Present Bitterroot River Report at Trout Unlimited Meet
Chris Clancy has a good overview of the river.
2017 Montana Human Trafficking Cases Jumped More Than 25 Percent
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox says there has been a marked increase in the number of human trafficking cases in Montana over the past year.
A New ‘Wrinkle in Time’ Featurette Goes Beyond the Ordinary
Go behind the scenes of Disney’s adaptation of the beloved children’s novel.
Homeless Man Reportedly Beats Missoulian Unconscious
Missoula police were called to the scene of a beating Sunday, after a call came in reporting that a pedestrian had been knocked unconscious.
2018’s First Must-See Movie Is a Crazy Dashcam Documentary
‘The Road Movie’ takes you on a 70 minute tour of Russia, and features shocking, spectacular, and hilarious footage of life on the road.
Montana Morning State Headlines for Tuesday, January 16
Montana health officials say the flu is widespread across the state, where 12 people have died.
Questions as Ravalli County Shifts Moves to Three Commissioners
Ravalli County currently has five County Commissioners, but will be shifting back to three in 2019.
FEMA Denial of $44 Million in Fire Costs Won't Burn MT Budget
Governor Steve Bullock’s request of $44 million dollars for State fire suppression costs from last summer’s historically expensive fire season has been denied.