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 Community Asked to Help Stop Human Trafficking at Local Forum
This week law enforcement officers from around the northwest will converge in Missoula for training on how to spot and prevent human trafficking and the community is asked to help too.
Restaurant Owner Responds to ‘Shocking’ Spit Video
Missoula Pita Pit Co-owner Chris Butz has seen a lot of things during the night shift and as an owner of a downtown establishment, but he says he never experienced anything like the aftermath of what happened when a store employee was filmed spitting into a pita during a late-night spat with custome…
Employee Filed Police Complaint After ‘Physical Altercation’ Likely Related to Spit Video
Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh couldn’t confirm a link to the video, but was able to describe the essence of the complaint. Interestingly, the complaint was filed by a store employee.
Daily Show Comedian Spoke at ‘March for Our Guns’ in Helena
Roy Wood Jr. who works as a correspondent with Comedy Central’s The Daily Show made a surprise appearance at a Montana rally over the weekend.
Blast From the Past – Gun Range Inside Missoula School
While Missoula County Public Schools are now gun free zones, it wasn't always that way.
Video of the Montana Republican Senate Candidate Debate Released
The first debate between the Montana Republican Senatorial candidates Albert Olszewski, Troy Downing, Russ Fagg and Matt Rosendale is now live.
Man Reportedly Beats, Bites Missoula Woman After She Insults Dog
Apparently, it began as a misunderstanding when the male thought that the female was making a disparaging remark to him,
Missoula Sheriff’s Office Seeking Help in Solving Woman’s Murder
A woman found brutally beaten at a Missoula intersection earlier this month has died in the hospital and investigators are asking for the public's help in finding the culprit.
Forest Management Omnibus Bill Expected to Hit Senate Floor This Week
A new omnibus bill is working its way through congress and includes changes to forest management that have been pushed by Montana’s congressional delegation.
Montana Ag Producers, Breweries Concerned Over Trump Tariffs
President Donald Trump’s proposed 25 percent tariff on steel and 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports is a worrying prospect to many members of the Montana Chamber of Commerce.