Woman Hits Rival in the Face with a Shovel – Bail Set at $20,000
30 year-old Rashan Bramble was charged in Missoula Justice Court on Monday for felony assault with a weapon after allegedly striking a romantic rival several times with a shovel.
Physician Lawmaker Introduces Bill to End Predatory Drug Prices
Prescription drug prices have been skyrocketing recently, including basic medications like insulin, and a Montana legislator is introducing a bill to do something about it.
Man Arrested on Saturday after Robbing Woman at Gunpoint
35 year-old Charles Hill is in the Missoula County Jail after allegedly robbing a woman at gunpoint on Saturday.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, January 14
Democrat Party leader Monica Lindeen slams both Republicans Corey Stapleton and Scott Sales.
Head of State Democratic Party Takes Stapleton – Sales to Task
The Executive Director of the Montana Democratic Party, Monica Lindeen, has issues with two prominent Republicans in state government.
OPI Celebrates Record High School Graduation Rates for 2018
The Montana Office of Public Instruction is celebrating record high graduation rates for high schools students in the state.
Two Die from Natural Causes as Car Crashes into Polson Store
Earlier this week, two people died from natural causes who were in a vehicle that crashed into the back of a store in Polson.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, January 11
Montana State Senate President Scott Sales has proposed that Montana send $8 million to help fund the border wall and end the government shutdown.
Human Trafficking Conference at UM Draws Large Attendance
Both law enforcement professionals and the general public benefited from a special conference on human trafficking that took place on Wednesday in the University of Montana Center.
Senate President Proposes Montana Pay $8 Million for Border Wall
President of the Montana Senate, Scott Sales has proposed that the state send $8 million to help fund the border wall and help end the government shutdown.
Defense Motions for Man Charged with Deserting Baby in Woods
Attorneys for 32 year-old Francis Crowley have asked for certain evidence to be excluded in his case.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, January 10
A 79 year-old Lolo man faced two charges of stalking after allegedly threatening to kidnap and stick needles into a woman. The judge asked for a mental evaluation.
79 Year-old Lolo Man Accused of Threatening Kidnapping
79 Year-old Roderick Pahl appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Wednesday charged with his second count of felony stalking.
Matt Rosendale Presents ‘2018 in Numbers’ to State Legislators
Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Matt Rosendale presented an overview of the State Auditor’s office to a joint meeting of the Montana House and Senate Business and Labor Committees on Wednesday.
Mountain Lion Sightings Reported in Western Montana
There have been several mountain lion sightings near school bus stops in western Montana, especially near the Florence Carlton area, a sight that is not uncommon in winter.
Montana Senators Respond to Trump’s Border Wall Address
Following President Donald Trump’s oval office address on border security last night, Montana’s Republican Senator Steve Daines provided this response.
UM Student Athletes Score Highest Ever Average Grade Performance
Student Athletes at the University of Montana are performing better than ever in the classroom, according to numbers just released by the UM Athletic Department.
MCPS Taking Steps to Find Superintendent to Replace Mark Thane
With the retirement of Superintendent Mark Thane, the Missoula County Public School District One Board of Trustees is preparing to engage an outside consultant to help find a new superintendent.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, January 8
Missoula man convicted of rape charges after a trial that concluded with jury deliberations late Friday evening.
Republicans Present a United Front on Legislature’s First Day
The Montana Legislature officially got underway in Helena on Monday with the swearing-in ceremony, and then Republicans and Democrats separated to begin the process of caucusing.