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Week’s Crime Report Includes Wrong-Way Highway Drivers, Heroin and Meth Bust
There were 15 new criminal complaints filed this week, reports Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst.
Fox Joins Coalition Defending States’ Rights to Regulate Drug Prices
A bipartisan coalition of AGs, including Fox, has filed a brief with the US Supreme Court in support of an Arkansas law to regulate middle in the pharma industry.
Dept. of Interior Provides Funding for Grizzly Management in MT
The Dept. of Interior is providing money to help manage grizzly bears in MT. Senator Daines delivered a speech emphasizing the need for grizzly management in the state.
Fox Campaign Unveils Third Strategy; Says Difference From Gianforte is Night and Day
Gubernatorial candidate Tim Fox and running mate John Knokey have unveiled the third strategy. This pillar aims to maximize the potential of Montana's outdoors.
Missoula City Council on Precautions Against Coronavirus and Debunking Mask Myths
Although there are no known cases of COVID-19 in Montana, the Missoula Health Department is taking precautions to prevent an outbreak.
Register Now for the 48th Annual YMCA Riverbank Run
Registration is now open for the 48th annual Riverbank Run on April 25. The race is a Missoula staple, drawing thousands of participants each year.
Documentary About Former Lady Griz Coach Rob Selvig Premiers Tomorrow
"The House That Rob Built," detailing the career and legacy of former Lady Griz coach Robin Selvig, will premier tomorrow in the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Daines, Tester Pass Bill Commemorating 1962 Montana Plane Crash
Daines and Tester have worked to pass a bill in the US Senate renaming a ridge near Emigrant Peak after four servicemen who lost their lives in a 1962 plane crash.
Missoula Justices Speak About Bond Reform and DUI Treatment Court
Justices Holloway and Beal provided insight on the inner workings of the Justice Court, including some of the changes that have been implemented in recent years.
City Council Approves Fourth Street Condos; Councilor Says Missoula Must “Share Responsibility” of Affordable Housing
On January 27, Missoula city council members approved the Fourth Street affordable housing project. City councilor Heather Harp spoke to KGVO News about the decision.