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Dr. Willie Thomas of Family Vision Care in Missoula isn't mincing his words about Monday's solar eclipse. Don't look at it without the proper eye protection, or permanent damage could occur.
At noon on Thursday, Ravalli County officials ordered homes adjacent to the Lolo Peak Fire to be evacuated due to the rapid expansion of the blaze.
The Montana Historical Society's Interpretive History Dr. Ellen Baumler says the Civil War Memorial fountain has a lot of people talking about Helena. Some are saying it must be removed, others want it to stay. The Confederate monument is the only Memorial in the Northwestern United States.
The Congressman has been traveling across the state since mid-June. He wants to visit all 56 counties before the end of August.
The Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team (IGBST) will start this important research August 22 and ending on October 31.
Sex slavery, is not something that happens in a foreign country it happens right here in Montana.
The Lolo Peak Fire has exploded, sending flames over the top of the mountain and down the other side near homes along Highway 93 South into Ravalli County.
More evacuations have been ordered in the Lolo Peak Fire.
Mark Collins of Powell County appeared on a $250,000 out of county warrant in Missoula Justice Court on Wednesday on charges of attempted deliberate homicide, assault with a weapon and criminal endangerment.
The entire country will be taking a pause on Monday, August 21, as a total solar eclipse will be visible across a broad swath of the United States, and partially in western Montana.
19 year-old Justin Wieder appeared for the second time in Missoula Justice Court before Judge Karen Townsend and pleaded guilty to having sexual relationships with underage girls.
All of this smoke isn't keeping commercial flights from landing too.
The University of Montana has grown accustom to receiving a significant amount of money in donations each year, but this year was one for the record books.
Early this morning, August 16, a Missoula Police officer noticed a vehicle driving erratically. .
The Missoula County Sheriff's Office has allowed a partial return home for some Lolo Peak Fire evacuees.
The effort to bring personnel costs in line with enrollment at the University of Montana continues, with notices sent out to lecturers that their contracts will not be renewed for the spring semester.
The air in some portions of Missoula County is so bad, it is unlike anything the state has ever measured.
Over 150 families have evacuated their homes so far due to the Lolo Peak Fire, and State Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale has advice on how to protect your property, document, document, document.