Head-on Reserve Street Crash Sent 5 to Hospital, Severe Injuries
A collision involving a small Subaru and a large Ford truck occurred around 2:00 p.m. on Thursday and resulted in possible life-threatening injuries
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, October 12
President Trump coming to Missoula?! We have details on the rumors and evidence points to a likely visit.
Nearly 75 Percent of Missoula Voters Will Get Absentee Ballots
An ever-increasing number of Missoula voters are voting on absentee ballots.
No Injuries After Horrifying Crash Flips Car on Stephens
Missoula Police responded to a crash on Thursday morning that ended up flipping a vehicle up on it's driver's side edge and shutting down traffic for a while.
Rumor of Presidential Visit to Missoula on October 18, Not Denied
Some Missoula-area law enforcement have reportedly been given notice that they will need to work on October 18, in expectation of a visit from President Donald Trump
Literal Tons of Trash Pulled From Missoula Homeless Camp
35 volunteers attempted to clean up an enormous pile of trash this past week.
Voters Flood Elections Office with Calls After Concerning Mailer
A mailer sent out to Montana voters has caused some consternation and concern in Missoula County.
Coal Company That Supplies MT Colstrip Plant Declares Bankruptcy
Westmoreland Mining, which operates two major Montana coal mines has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
19 Montana Veterans Receive Congressional Commendation
19 Montana veterans were announced as recipients of the 2018 Montana Congressional Veteran Commendation.
Pro-Trump Rally Planned at UM Oval, 'Resistance' Expected
Two University of Montana students are planning to host a pro-Trump rally in one of the bluest districts in Montana.
Poll Indicates Montana Will Likely Pass 6-Mill Levy, Though Nearly Half Don’t Know What it…
"The first question that we asked is, whether or not, folks were familiar with the referendum, and 46 percent of Montanans were not familiar with it," Rinfret said
Missoula’s First Frost Came Later Than Normal Despite Low Temperatures
Fall is hitting Missoula in a very different way this year, with high lows and low highs.
Montana Morning News State Headlines for Friday, October 5
Today's top headlines include an update on a missing Lolo woman who was found dead in Idaho, information about recent changes for Missoula elections, and info on a Montana appeal to the Supreme Court to allow charges against a man accused of raping an 8-year-old back in 1987.
Father Starts GoFundMe for Burial, After Daughter's Body Found
The body of a 27-year-old woman who left Lolo, Montana with a 61-year old man in September of 2017 was discovered by a hunter in a remote area of Idaho recently.
University of Montana Departments Struggle With Imminent Cuts
Nearly all departments at the University of Montana are facing cutbacks to help bring the school’s budget in-line with the current student population.
Lake County Is Calculating Cost of Opioid Addiction for Lawsuit
The issue of opioid addiction and who should be held responsible is a national issue, but state and local governments are taking legal action against pharmaceutical companies too.
Montanans Warned to Protect Identities Online After Data Breach
The personal information of a large number of Montanans may have been acquired by hackers recently.
Record High Rate of Intimate Partner Homicides in Montana
The Montana Law Enforcement Academy in Helena will be hosting an installation of over 100 human silhouettes this week.
UM Will Appeal $960,000 Fine From Department of Education
The U.S. Department of Education is looking for $960,000 in fines from the University of Montana for inadequate crime reporting during the years 2012 to 2015.
Yes, Missoula Police Responded to Attack Involving Flying Salami
Police investigated, but the case of the window shattered on Sherwood Street by a sailing sausage is still unsolved.