Tester Meets with Supportive Crowd at Missoula Town Hall Meeting
With an introduction by Missoula Mayor John Engen, Montana’s senior Senator Jon Tester addressed a very supportive audience at the Holiday Inn in Friday morning.
Dibley Gets Four Life Terms – Calls God’s Judgment on Missoula
52 year-old Glen Lee Dibley, who was also once known as Caressa Hardy, was sentenced on Friday in Missoula District Court by Judge James Wheelis to four concurrent life sentences for two counts of deliberate homicide and two counts of solicitation for deliberate homicide.
Deputies Find Bear Napping in Closet After Entering Home
Early Friday morning, deputies responded to a home north of Missoula in the Butler Creek area. Check out what greeted them when they arrived, it's quite a story.
Supreme Court Tosses Murder Conviction of Black Inmate
The court's 7-2 decision Friday says the removal of black prospective jurors violated the rights of inmate Curtis Flowers.
Trump Called off Iranian Strikes, Citing Potential Deaths
President Donald Trump said Friday the U.S. was "cocked and loaded' to retaliate against Iran for downing an American drone.
Woman Gets 10 years for Running Over, Killing Husband
36-year-old Vernelle Badbear, of Garryowen, was sentenced Thursday for the November 2016 death of 38-year-old Freman Bends, of Benteen.
Ravalli County Completes Investigation – No Name Released
Ravalli County Sheriff Holton confirmed on Thursday afternoon that a 17 year-old male from Sanders County drowned in the Clark Fork River after fleeing from law enforcement.
Environment Montana Slams EPA’s New Coal Plan ‘Wrong Direction’
On Wednesday, EPA Administration Andrew Wheeler rolled out the Trump administrations new policy on coal with the acronym ‘ACE’, The Affordable Clean Energy Rule.
Producer Drowns While Filming Political Ad in Montana
A film producer from Massachusetts accidentally drowned this week while scuba diving in a Montana lake during a video shoot for a prospective U.S. Senate candidate, authorities said Thursday.
Here's a Look Inside the New Fiesta Mexicana Location in Bozeman
Great news! Fiesta Mexicana is officially open in their new location.
Reduction in PILT Monies Mean Less to Fund County Government
Missoula County’s Chief Financial Officer Andrew Czorny was caught short on Thursday morning when asked about the annual Payment in Lieu of Taxes funds from the federal government.
AG’s Office Says Storm Season Will Attract Contractor Scams
With the strong winds and storms that sweep over Montana this time of year, they are often followed by unscrupulous contractors and roofers.
Dairy Queen Offering Free Ice Cream on First Day of Summer
To celebrate the first day of summer, Montana Dairy Queen locations will be giving away free ice cream cones.
Biden's Words on Segregationist Senators Draw Rivals' Fire
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is dismissing calls to apologize for saying that the Senate "got things done" with "civility" even when the body included segregationists with whom he disagreed.
[POLL] Should African Americans Be Financially Compensated for Slavery?
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You Don't Need to Defend a Visit to the Southern Border
MHP Col. Tom Butler: "Nearly every aspect of the state budget has been touched by the drug issue that we have in the state."