Before joining Peter Christian on the air in 2012 I worked at a number of odd jobs that range from selling board games and scooping up dog doo, to teaching English in Japan and coaching award winning debate teams. I was in trouble most of my childhood for talking too much in class, now I get to get in trouble for talking on the radio. It's great!
Western Montana Fire Restrictions to End Tuesday Night
The fire danger level has plunged from “extreme” to “moderate”
Driver Dies After High Speed Crash Into Missoula Home
Missoula Police are interviewing a passenger that survived a deadly single vehicle car crash late Monday night.
Rice Ridge Fire Winding Down, Total Cost Nearing $45 Million
An infrared flight over the weekend shows the Rice Ridge Fire had burned through over 160,170 acres, leading to a total bill for taxpayers of around 45 million dollars.
Pillow Smothering Attack Gets Missoula Man a Felony Charge
Missoula police have a man in custody on a felony charge for an attack involving a pillow.
Woman Jumps Out of Moving Car to Escape Biting Boyfriend’s Drunk Driving Spree
Missoula police arrested 25-year-old Demetrius Howell early Sunday morning after a call came in from a concerned citizen who reported witnessing erratic driving and two people fighting in a vehicle on Brooks.
Unemployment Rate in Montana Hovers at 3.9 Percent, Missoula Wages Rising
Do you make above or below the average wage in Montana?
Woman Charged With Robbery Last Year, Caught Using Fraudulent Credit Cards at Local Hotels
The Missoula Police Department and other agencies are looking into what appears to be a number of credit card fraud cases that occurred in Missoula recently.
Kicking Cars, Stealing Groceries and Hitting People With Rakes? Another Week in Missoula C…
The Missoula County Attorney’s office worked on 24 felony cases this past week including 15 new complaints.
Woman Who Broke Infant’s Arms and Legs, In Missoula Jail Again
Back in Missoula jail for a third time, despite pleas by the child's father that she be put in for a longer sentence.
Tester Urges Senate to Act After Fires Burn Nearly 1.1 Million Acres in Montana
Senator Jon Tester spoke before the U.S. Senate’s Defense Programs & Policy Panel on Wednesday, September 13, highlighting the horrendous fire season in Montana with some of the most recent totals.