Missoula Rises Hosts ‘Tax Scheme’ Press Conference
Missoula Rises hosted a ‘Federal Tax Scheme’ press conference in downtown Missoula on Monday afternoon, featuring several speakers with one message, to protest the Republican sponsored tax cut bill now before Congress.
Date From Hell – Man Assaults Woman Through Dating Website
41 year-old Andrew Hoskins is in the Missoula County Jail on felony charges of sexual intercourse without consent and assault with permanent or life threatening injury after allegedly attacking a woman he met on a dating website.
Police Taser Knife-Wielding Man After High-Speed Chase and Crash in Stolen Car
It all started when a Missoula woman called police early Sunday after she noticed her vehicle had been stolen from right in front of her home.
Natural Resources Defense Council Places Ad Buys Opposing Zinke
The Natural Resources Defense Council has begun a series of television ads in Montana that are highly critical of President Donald Trump and his Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke over several different issues.
Burglar in Boxer Shorts Attacks Hotel Worker and Flees, Captured in Frenchtown
A Missoula hotel tried to discover what was causing power outages and hot water shortages on Saturday morning.
Montana Morning State Headlines for Monday, December 11
Missoula man charged along with two suspects in Lake County shootout, with robbing and threatening the life of a robbery victim.
Federal Judge Tosses Valerie Stamey’s $20 Million Lawsuit
In Missoula federal court this week, a judge ruled that former Ravalli County Treasurer Valerie Stamey’s $20 million lawsuit against county commissioners, a local newspaper and others had no merit and dismissed the action.
Missoula Man – Shootout Suspects Rob Man at Bat and Knife Point
30 year-old Scott Takes Enemy has been charged with robbing a Missoula man with a gun and baseball bat along with the two suspects involved in Wednesday’s high speed chase and shootout in Lake County.
‘Me Too’ Movement Brings Confidence To Victims of Sexual Assault in Missoula
Over the years, silence and secrecy have kept victims of sexual assault afraid to confront their attackers.
Montana’s First Two Flu Season Influenza Deaths Were Both From Flathead County
State officials have confirmed that influenza played a role in the deaths of two Montanans at the end of November.