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No Charges Filed in Pipe Bomb Incident Due to Lack of Evidence

The Missoula County Attorney's office has declined to press charges against Andrew Ibey, the man suspected of having a pipe bomb in his Spartan Drive home on Tuesday.

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UM Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Missoula College [YouTube]

The worlds of education, business and government were all represented on the dais at Friday's groundbreaking ceremony for the new Missoula College building on East Broadway.

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Missoula Man and Woman Arrested After Pipe Bomb Incident [AUDIO]

Missoula police detectives arrested three individuals after Tuesday's pipe bomb incident on Spartan Drive.

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Steve Daines Visits Missoula Wood Products Facility to Talk Regulation Reform [YouTube]

Representative Steve Daines was in Missoula Monday to talk to representatives of the Montana Wood Products Association about reducing federal regulations to provide access to more timber.

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Cascade County Deputy Killed in Line of Duty Grew Up and Attended School in Missoula [AUDIO]

The Cascade County Sheriff's Deputy who was killed in the line of duty last Thursday near Great Falls spent his childhood in Missoula, and was educated at the Foursquare Christian School.

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State Democrats Choose Amanda Curtis to Face Steve Daines in Senate Race [AUDIO]

The Montana Democratic Party chose Butte schoolteacher, and first-term state legislator Amanda Curtis on Saturday morning as their candidate for the U.S. Senate.

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Is Missoula Law Enforcement Becoming ‘Militarized’? Police and Sheriff’s Office Say ‘No’ [AUDIO]

After the riots in Ferguson, Missouri, national media outlets from the ACLU to the Heritage Foundation, are questioning the 'militarization' of local law enforcement agencies.

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Better Business Bureau Explains Why You Must Change Your Passwords Often [AUDIO]

The Better Business Bureau quotes a New York Times story, stating that a group of Russian computer criminals has hacked over 1.2 billion computer username and password combinations. 

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University of Montana Continues Required Testing for Students on Sexual Assault [AUDIO]

This fall, all students at the University of Montana will continue to be required to take, and pass, a test to raise their awareness of sexual assault.

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Markus Kaarma
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Prosecutors Oppose Change of Venue for Trial of Markus Kaarma [AUDIO]

While defense attorneys want the trial of Markus Kaarma to be held outside of Missoula, county prosecutors want it to stay right here.

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