Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, April 19
Missoula Police apprehend a fugitive who fled custody early in the morning. 32 year-old David Moorse was found hiding in an apartment complex.
Fugitive Captured at Apartment Complex After All-Day Pursuit
At approximately 8:45 Wednesday night, 32 year-old fugitive David Moorse was captured by Missoula police after hiding inside an apartment complex on Old Fort Road
Confirmed Cases of E-Coli in Montana Linked to Romaine Lettuce
The Missoula City County Health Department confirmed on Wednesday that there are six confirmed cases of E-Coli contamination that are linked to a multi-state outbreak associated with romaine lettuce from the Yuma Arizona area
Local Police- FBI Reaction to Guilty Plea by Backpage dot com
In March, President Donald Trump signed the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), and this week the largest online sex trafficking marketplace in the world pleaded guilty to human trafficking.
UM Initiates Redesign of Missoula College – Lifelong Learning
Following the initial discussion that began on Tuesday regarding the recommended changes at UM’s Mountain Campus, President Bodnar announced a new effort to redesign the Missoula College and the Lifelong Learning opportunities.
Crash on Reserve as Police Chase Fugitive Who Escaped on Foot
Police and U.S. Marshals were involved in a chase through Missoula this morning.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, April 18
UM President Seth Bodnar introduces plan to reduce programs and staff to meet enrollment reductions.
UM President Presents Recommended Program Cuts and Reductions
University of Montana President Seth Bodnar addressed a special session of the UM Faculty Senate in the Music Recital Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
Harry Anderson Once Performed in Missoula and I Met Him
Actor Harry Anderson, famous for playing the quirky judge Harry Stone on Night Court passed away Monday at the age of 65.
Roaring 20s Will Come Alive at Hamilton's Daly Mansion
The time will shift back to the flappin' 1920s.
'Intoxicated' Man Reportedly Yelled at, Assaulted Strangers
Missoula police received a number of complaints from the public around 6:20 p.m. Monday evening, April 16, about a male that was walking along the railroad tracks that stretch through the city along Ronan Street.