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!
Missoula DUI Suspect Was Stuck at Red Light in Wrong Lane of Traffic
Missoula Police encountered an odd situation late Tuesday night involving a drunk driver in the wrong lane of traffic at a red light
Montana State Insurance Commissioner Asks Congress for More Flexibility in Medicaid Expans…
While Congress gets ready to vote on the American Healthcare Act, Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale is asking them to consider changes to the requirements of Medicaid expansion.
Missoula Chase Suspect Accused of Stealing Car, Illegally Dumping Garbage
Missoula County deputies were involved in a high-speed chase this morning at about 8:09, that went from the interstate through town until ending in a crash.
MT House Rep Explains $10 Million Hole in Budget, Expects Budget to Pass Senate
The Montana House passed its budget early on St. Patrick's Day and Republican Party leaders believe it can now pass through the Senate relatively unchanged.
Missoula to Welcome 25 New Naturalized Citizens This Week, but Montana Has Very Low Natura…
On Thursday, March 16, Missoula will welcome 25 new naturalized citizens and according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Public Affairs Officer Debbie Cannon, Missoula is seeing an increase in naturalization ceremonies.
Missoula Man Stabbed in Face After Confronting Suspect About Smashing Bottles Downtown
Missoula Police arrested a young man on Sunday morning after a citizen approached a police officer downtown claiming to have been stabbed in the face.
Bald Tires and Bad Weather Lead to Brutal Crash, Hit and Run Hangs Up On Stump
Lots of snow and crashes around Missoula lead Montana Morning headlines for March 10.
Highway 93 Head-On Crash That Sent Trooper to Hospital Caused by Bald Tires
A grey dodge Intrepid and a highway patrol car were involved in a brutal head-on crash this morning at around 5:45.
Wet Winter Pushes Montana From Severe Drought to Drenched
From not enough water to too much, a wet winter has changed Montana's drought story radically.
Governor Bullock Vetoes Whistle-Blower Bill
Governor Steve Bullock brought out his veto pen again recently, this time vetoing House Bill 202, which would have expanded whistle-blower protections in Montana.