‘Pedestrian Crossing Emphasis’ Patrols Sting Operation Underway
Now that school has started and more children and adults are using crosswalks, the Missoula Police Department is conducting ‘Pedestrian Crossing Emphasis’ patrols, to help enforce crossing laws in the city.
Missoula Family Asks for Help For Son With Rare Diseases
Jase Leister is one of Missoula’s youngest residents and he has already had two open heart surgeries and two airway surgeries.
Frustration Over Federal Judge’s Grizzly Bear Ruling from RMEF
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the Sportsmen’s Alliance stated on Tuesday that they are diametrically opposed to the ruling by Federal Judge Dana Christensen that restored endangered species status to the Yellowstone Ecosystem grizzly bears.
Big Gains For Republican Candidates In Most Recent Polling
Recent polling from Gravis Marketing in Montana shows a lot of momentum for Republicans after the summer.
Montana Morning State Headlines for Tuesday, September 25
n Missoula yesterday, Federal Judge Dana Christensen placed Yellowstone Ecosystem Grizzly Bears back on the Endangered Species List.
Big Bear at Missoula County Airport to Stay and Be ‘Spokes Bear’
There were rumors recently that with the redesign and additions to the Missoula County Airport, the iconic Alaskan Brown Bear mount in the airport lobby, along with the other mounts were to be removed altogether.
Montana Horse Shot in the Neck In Third Attack Since May
The Gallatin County Sheriff’s office is trying to solve a strange crime involving multiple shooting incidents. So far, all the victims appear to horses.
Suspect Arrested After Call Reporting Bike-Up Meth Dealer
Just before 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning, September 24, a concerned citizen reported what appears to have been a bike-up drug dealership that was set up not far from the Bitterroot Branch trail that runs through tow
Man Accused of Napping Drunk in Running Car, Fighting With Police
"Officers were called to the 4800 block of North Reserve Street where a complainant had observed a lone male seated in a vehicle that was running and he appeared to be passed out," said Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, September 24
Missoula fire crews responded to two structure fires and a car fire over the weekend, with no injuries reported
Crews Kept Busy with Multiple Weekend House and Car Fires
The Missoula Fire Department responded Saturday night and Sunday morning to multiple fire calls
UM Enrollment at 10,962 Students for Fall Semester as Expected
The University of Montana’s fall census after the first 15 days of instruction was exactly 10,962 students, a drop of 7.6 percent from last fall’s enrollment of 11,865.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, September 21
Covering everything from a local shootout without injuries to a state recognized teacher without text books, here's your Montana Morning News headlines...
State Based Re-Insurance Program Could Reduce Obamacare Premiums
A new state-claims based reinsurance program could save Montanans from 10 to 20 percent on individual health insurance premiums.
Northern Rockies Support Cache boasts a $14 Million Inventory
When a fire breaks out in the mountain west, the Northern Rockies Interagency Support Cache right here in Missoula can supply everything firefighters need almost at a moment's notice.
Proposed Rules For Grizzly Populations in Montana Released
Montana FWP has released a proposed rule for guiding the grizzly bear population in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem.
Bonner School Educator Chosen Montana Teacher of the Year
Social Studies teacher at Bonner School, Dylan Huisken, has been named the 2019 Montana Teacher of the Year, in a special ceremony at the school on Friday morning.
26-year-old Arrested After Shootout With Missoula Police
Missoula police arrested 26-year-old Donald Stebbins after reports of shots fired and a vehicle chase early this morning. According
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, September 20
A 46 year-old Missoula man is in the Missoula County Jail after allegedly strangling a woman four times and sexually assaulting her.
Brutal Assault – ‘Wanted what he Wanted’ Despite Consequences
The court documents read ‘the defendant said he wanted what he wanted no matter the consequences’.