Attorney General Barr to travel to Montana on Friday
U.S. Attorney General William Barr is traveling to Montana to speak about missing and murdered indigenous persons and methamphetamine trafficking.
MT Dam Safety Program Supervisor Michele Lemieux [Listen]
Montana Dam Safety Program Supervisor Michele Lemieux visited the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom & Shane to clear the air on the condition of dams in Montana.
Doc Sears: How to Keep Thanksgiving Weight Off and More
In addition to answering questions from listeners all across Montana, Dr. Sears also talked about some big news: SCL Health, which has hospitals in Billings (St. Vincent), Miles City (Holy Rosary), and Butte (St. James) is now expanding to Bozeman and Lewistown.
Montana's unemployment rate up slightly to 3.4% in October
Gov. Steve Bullock says 851 people joined the workforce last month due to wage growth and increased job opportunities.
Bison escape onto western Montana highway, 2 killed
About 30 bison escaped a western Montana ranch and ended up on the highway near Stevensville, where two were struck and killed by a pickup truck.
"Both Ways Bullock" Trashing Keystone Pipeline
Wait a minute. Isn't this the same governor who used to pretend to be a moderate who supported the Keystone XL pipeline? That was my first reaction to this story in The Sidney Herald about Governor Steve Bullock (D-MT) taking shots at the Keystone XL pipeline, a project that bring tens of milli…
Montana Teen Heading to Vegas for Jr. Bronc Finals
Only 24 kids his age will be competing in Las Vegas, and a cool young man from Livingston, Montana is one of 'em.
Montana employers report decrease in workplace injuries
Montana employers saw a decrease in workplace injuries and illnesses, with the majority happening in private industry.
35% fine on having dangerous drugs ruled unconstitutional
A mandatory 35% fine that’s been on the books for certain drug cases since 1995 has been ruled unconstitutional by the Montana Supreme Court.
Man on trial told police he shot Montana veteran in a panic
A man charged with killing a Montana disabled veteran and stealing his military benefits told police he killed him in a panic.
Kalispell hospital fined in aftermath of fraud and kickbacks
Montana hospital has been fined $65,000 for falsely certifying a corporate integrity agreement as part of a settlement of a Medicare fraud and kickback scheme.
Pt. 2: Lara Logan in Studio on Montana Talks [AUDIO]
But what did she have to say about impeachment? That's what a few folks asked me after Thursday's show when I interviewed the famed 60 Minutes war correspondent Lara Logan over the phone. So that's right where we started on Friday's show as Lara Logan joined us live in studio on …
Impeachment: The New York Times Listens to "Montana Talks"
On Thursday's show, apparently The New York Times tuned in for all four hours of the show. They wanted to hear the reactions all across the country following the first day of the public impeachment hearings.
Missoula woman charged with fatally stabbing neighbor
A Missoula woman has been charged with stabbing her neighbor in the chest while he slept, killing him.
New Book Details Montanans in WWI [AUDIO]
From the yeomanettes, to the "hello girls," the Marine Corps "Devil Dogs," and more- a new book details the Montanans who served in WWI. The great Montana historian Ken Robison has a new book out called Montanans in the Great War: Open Warfare Over There.
Lara Logan in Montana: Meth, Borders, & Media Bias [AUDIO]
We talked meth, the war on our Southern Border, media bias, and more with famed 60 Minutes war correspondent Lara Logan in Billings.
Amber Alert Issued for Three Children Near Great Falls
An Amber Alert has been issued after three children that were taken during the night in Great Falls.
Former women’s prison guard charged with sex with inmate
A former correctional officer at the Montana Women’s Prison in Billings has been arrested in Texas on charges that he had sex with an inmate.