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2016 isn't even over yet, but the number of suicides in Missoula County may have already hit a record high, with a jump of at least 75 percent over 2015 numbers.
Due to a projected shortfall in the state gas tax fund, Governor Steve Bullock has responded by proposing a cut in funding and personnel in the Montana Highway Patrol.
University of Montana President Royce Engstrom's last day is December 31, but the process of finding the next president is already underway.
A district judge has ruled that medical marijuana dispensaries may open immediately rather than delayed until July 1.
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Once Donald Trump secured the Presidency, Montana Senator Steve Daines began compiling a 'wish-list' of issues he wants the new President to tackle once he settles in to the Oval Office.
Missoula police responded to a call of concern early Wednesday morning at around 1:56 a.m. Missoula Police Public Information officer Travis Welsh says that when police arrived, they found that a couple had been in a recent argument.
For those who need health insurance coverage for the new year, the deadline to enroll for individual or small group plans is rapidly approaching, December 15.
92 year-old U.S. Navy veteran Charlie Dowd remembers December 7, 1941 like it was yesterday, when the falling bombs knocked him out of his bunk on that Sunday morning.
Two of the men charged with multiple charges of felony animal cruelty, Tucker Miller and Hayden Barker, were sentenced on Tuesday afternoon by Judge Karen Townsend in Missoula District Court to three year deferred sentences.
After national media attention on part-time Whitefish resident and 'Alt-Right' spokesman Richard Spencer, the entire community met on Monday night to voice their support for non-discrimination.
Anaconda’s 92 year-old Charlie Dowd remembers December 7, 1941 like it was yesterday.
Montana Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl is being sued for comments made during the last weeks of the 2016 general election.
A man convicted of two murders, one in Billings and one in Missoula, received his first sentence yesterday in Billings. Scott Austin Price was high on meth during both murders.
Chick Tech Missoula has received a $1,500 grant from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation to collaborate with Flagship Missoula to help provide after-school coding programs to students at four Missoula elementary schools.
Missoula had a small taste of snow on Sunday night into Monday, but the National Weather Service says the valley could get a much larger helping Thursday night into Friday.
On Sunday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers bowed to pressure from Native American tribes and environmental groups and refused to grant Energy Transfer Partners a permit to run their pipeline under a tribal water source in North Dakota.