UM Agency Conducts First Ever Memorial Day Weekend Survey
The Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana has never conducted a survey like this before, about plans that Montanans might, or might not have, for the Memorial Day weekend.
Miss Montana Pilot Recounts Flight from Missoula to East Coast
KGVO News spoke with Bryan Douglass, pilot of the famed Miss Montana C-47 aircraft on Tuesday morning not long after the aircraft landed at Oxford Connecticut, on their way to Normandy, France to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion in 1944.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, May 21
The count is now 125, the number of pertussis cases in Missoula County, according to Missoula City County Health Department Director Ellen Leahy.
Rosendale Urges Legislators to Overturn Bullock Veto of SB 71
State Auditor Matt Rosendale is working with legislators of both parties to override Governor Steve Bullock’s veto of a bill that is estimated to save Montanans around $8 million on prescription drug costs.
Pertussis Numbers Expand to 125 – Average Age of Patient is 16.5
The Missoula County Pertussis outbreak continues to expand with several new confirmed cases every day, according to Health Department Director Ellen Leahy.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, May 20
The Missoula County Sheriff's Office responded to a PFMA near Arlee on Saturday, but turned jurisdiction over to the CSKT Tribal Police. The victim was recovered safely.
Pregnant Female Victim of Assault Recovered Safe from Woods
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office’s Special Response Team was called out at about noon on Saturday to an area on Highway 93 North near mile marker 14 to respond to what was termed a partner or family member assault.
Heavy Rain Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Weekend Flooding
With the heavy rain that Missoula has received over the past 24 hours, there has been some concern that rivers might have more water overflowing their banks, but the National Weather Service says not necessarily
Daines Hosts Wildfire Preparedness Round Table Discussion
According to the federal government, the brave men and woman you see racing to fight wildfires, or parachuting into the blazing woods are not ‘firefighters’, they are ‘forestry technicians’.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, May 17
A Missoula jury has found Caressa Hardy, aka Glen Dibley guilty on all counts of deliberate homicide and solicitation of deliberate homicide for shooting two men and burning their bodies
Missoula Law Enforcement Memorial Pays Tribute to the Fallen
On a night that will be remembered for a steady rain that fell during the ceremony, the 19th annual Law Enforcement Memorial commemoration took place at Rose Memorial Park.
There are 113 Confirmed Cases of Pertussis in Missoula County
The numbers increase every day that goes by as Missoula County’s pertussis outbreak continues through the spring headed into the summer.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, May 16
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for the Bitterroot River as it flows through Missoula.
$10,000 Bail for Man Who Punched – Strangled Woman and Children
36 year-old Aaron Beadle is in the Missoula County Jail on $10,000 bond after allegedly beating and strangling a woman and two boys.
Missoula School Board Approves Contract for New Superintendent
Dr. Rob Watson’s contract as the new Superintendent of Missoula County Public Schools was approved on Tuesday.
Missoula County Authorities Offer Help for Flood Victims
The Clark Fork River, as expected, overflowed its banks this week and neighborhoods located near the river are now experiencing flooding.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, May 15
Governor Steve Bullock reiterated his unwillingness to give up his Presidential aspirations to run for the U.S. Senate.
Bullock Confirms Run for President not the U.S. Senate
Governor Steve Bullock officially entered the race for President early Tuesday morning.
Former Ambassador Alarmed over Tension between Iran and USA
There has been much in the news in the past few days about Saudi Arabian ships and pipelines being attacked by forces allied with Iran.
Nearly 1,000 Tested for Pertussis with 103 Positive
As the Missoula City County Health Department continues to battle the pertussis outbreak in the county, officials say as of Tuesday that 975 tests have been submitted and 103 are positive for a 10.5 percent positivity rate.