Woman Hits Rival with Metal Bat – Warns ‘Don’t Mess with My Man’
25 year-old Tabitha Ann Curtis is in the Missoula County Jail on$15,000 bond after allegedly beating another woman with a baseball bat when Curtis discovered her in a relationship with her male partner.
Violent Crimes Kept The Missoula County Attorney's Office Busy
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office filed 12 new complaints this past week.
Winterfest and Wild Skijoring Competition Coming to Wisdom MT
Charging horses! Soaring skiers! Cheering crowds! Get caught up in the fun of the annual Big Hole Valley Winterfest!
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, February 15
The ACLU is suing the Border Patrol after two Havre women were stopped and detained because they were speaking Spanish.
The Taste - Features More Than 30 Local Chefs, Brewers, and more!
Experience the flavor of over 100 delicious tastes from local food and drink providers.
DOT Removing Two Avalanches on I-90 Near Lookout Pass
Old Man Winter is doing a number on the westbound lanes of Interstate 90 west of St. Regis.
MCPS Search for Superintendent Moves Forward with Focus Groups
At the recent MCPS Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, the effort to find a new superintendent moved forward with the scheduling of focus groups where the public can receive more information.
These Roses Keep Their Texture, Shape, and Scent For a Year
Roses that last a whole YEAR? Sounds too good to be true!
Missoula Home Show Weekend Includes Kids' Lego Building Contest
And you thought a home show might be too drab and uneventful to bring the kiddos to. Not this one!
Science Says Being Single is Actually Better For You
Sorry couples, science says single people are actually living healthier lives.
UM Accounting Students Will Do Your Taxes For Free
From now until March 9th, UM students will help you prepare your taxes at no cost.
Senate Bill 65 Will Reform DUI Statutes in Montana
The Montana Department of Justice has approximately 11 bills in the Montana State Legislature.
Medical Professionals Given Human Trafficking Awareness Training
In an effort to end human trafficking, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox introduced a Continuing Education training.