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 Man Arrested After Police Find Two Stolen Vehicles
Following up on the report of a stolen Chevy truck, Missoula Police were able to track down the vehicle and apprehend a suspect on Wednesday.
New Report Jumps Montana VA Rating, ‘Practically Unheard Of’ Improvement
After reports of long wait times and a series of leadership turnovers, news about the Montana VA system is often concerning, but now there are signs of positive change.
Father Shoots, Kills Grizzly Bear During Attack on Son
A father and son hunting trip in the Spotted Bear Wilderness came to an abrupt end when a grizzly bear attacked them on Sunday, September 24.
Study Compares CO2 Emissions From Montana Forest Fires and Coal Plants
Will 2017's fire season produce more CO2 than Colstrip?
Gas Prices Stay Stubbornly High in Montana, But Should Fall Soon
Despite cheaper winter gasoline going to the pumps last week, gas prices in Montana have barely dropped compared to the national average.
Meth Found in Missoula Man’s Stolen Honda Accord, Two Arrested
Missoula police took two people into custody over the weekend after they were found in a stolen car.
Missoulians Can Get Ticketed for Using Smartphones on Speaker Mode, Listening to Radio
An old law discussing phonographs in Missoula is still in effect and if you use a "sound producing device" on or near public streets, police say you could get a ticket.
Missoula City Council Infringing on Free Speech, Attorney Says
You can't say that! Or can you? Questions abound over Missoula City Council rule.
More Buddies Needed for Missoula Buddy Walk
The Montana Down Syndrome Association will be putting on the Missoula Buddy Walk this Sunday, September 24 at Silver Park between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m.
Crowded, Some Missoula Classrooms Exceed State Accreditation Standards
Many Missoula County Public School classrooms are either full or over capacity.
Teams Preparing to Analyze Local Wildfire Burns For Mudslide Risk
Even though many of the fires that hit western Montana this summer are dead or dying, teams of people will still be working on the ground right up through November to try to prevent another natural disaster: mudslides
Western Montana Fire Restrictions to End Tuesday Night
The fire danger level has plunged from “extreme” to “moderate”