Early Registration Nearly Over for 2020 Missoula Marathon
The 2020 Missoula Marathon isn’t until late June, but early registration for the popular races will be closing soon.
Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Takes a Break from LivePD
For the time being, the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office will be taking a break from their appearances on LivePD, according to Public Information Officer Brenda Bassett.
Greg Gianforte Visits KGVO Studio on Wednesday to Talk Politics
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte was in the KGVO studio along with his wife, Susan, on Wednesday as part of a swing through western Montana.
We Could See "Ultra-Low" Gas Prices Soon, says Petroleum Analyst
Gas prices appear to be in a downward trend in most areas of the United States.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, January 22
Second suspect arrested in 2019 Missoula shooting incident.
Daines - Tester Release Statements as Impeachment Trial Begins
Montana Senator Steve Daines released the following comment after the first day of the ongoing impeachment process
Missoula County Looks to Hire 600 Election Judges for 2020
As Missoula County searches for a new elections administrator, the work goes on to prepare for the major federal, state and local elections in 2020.
New Website Released for 2020 Montana Census Count Committee
The Montana Census Complete Count Committee has reintroduced a new website to help Montanans better understand the 2020 national census.
MPD Arrest Man for Having Meth and an Outstanding Warrant
A Missoula police officer responded to the report of a suspicious vehicle in a parking lot of a business in the 1500 block of Liberty Lane.
Missoula Police Arrest 2nd Suspect in 2019 Shooting Incident
Officers identified 18-year-old Treylind Lafley and placed him under arrest.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, January 21
A Montana Rail Link train collided with an unoccupied vehicle on the tracks near Frenchtown late Sunday night and the vehicle burst into flames. There were no injuries reported.
UM President Responds to ‘Hateful’ Email on MLK, Jr. Day
On the eve of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, University of Montana President Seth Bodnar sent an email to ‘the University of Montana Family’ responding to a ‘hateful email’ that was sent out to a number of individuals on campus.
Grizzly Athlete Reads to 2nd Graders about Martin Luther King
Mrs. Ellis’ second grade class at Hellgate Elementary School received a very tall visitor from the University of Montana football team on Monday, to read a story about the life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Train vs. Vehicle Crash in Frenchtown is Under Investigation
At around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, a collision occurred between a train and a vehicle in Frenchtown.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, January 20
Cold Springs Elementary School to become a major Missoula child care center according to the Missoula Early Learning Center.
Early Spring for Russell Bridge – Higgins Might Begin this Fall
The Montana Department of Transportation’s work on the bridges in Missoula continues.
Health Department Update on Winter Respiratory Illnesses
‘Tis the season for colds, flu and other nasty respiratory diseases, and the Missoula City County Health Department is keeping a close eye on the many and various illnesses that can affect your family.
Missoula Democrats Present ‘Calling BS in the Age of Fake News’
The Missoula Democrats will present a seminar with three guest speakers at Imagine Nation Brewing on January 23 to discuss the topic of ‘Calling BS in the Age of Fake News’.
Cold Springs Elementary School to House Child Care Facility
Cold Springs Elementary school has stood empty after being replaced by the new Jeanette Rankin School, but it will soon hear the sound of children once again as a new child care facility.
Police Shooting Victim Identified at Press Conference on Thursday
35-year-old Frank Cogar was identified on Thursday as the individual who was shot and killed by Missoula Police Officers at the Hollywood Trailer Court on Wednesday.