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 Police Interrupt Meth Deal, Two Arrested After Foot Chase
Missoula Police took two suspects into custody on Friday night, July 6, after a call came in of a suspected drug deal.
Spike in Vehicle Fatalities Over the Weekend, Five Deaths in Western Montana
The Montana Highway Patrol saw a spike in roadway fatalities over the weekend with at least six deaths since Friday, most of those occurred in Western Montana.
Missoula County Crime Takes a Dip in Early July
Missoula County seems to have had a lot less crime than normal this past week with just 11 felony cases filed.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, July 6
President Donald Trump was in Montana on Thursday, cheering supporters to vote for Republican U.S. Senator Matt Rosendale and urging opposition to incumbent Senator Jon Tester.
Surprise! Gas Prices in Montana Dip Before Independence Day
Gas prices in Montana have been declining this past week, but Gasbuddy.com petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan says there is a strong chance for them to increase starting this month.
Traps Are Set for Glacier Grizzly Bear That Resisted Bear Spray in Campground
Folks that tried to camp in Glacier National Park's Many Glacier campground over the weekend were informed that the campground is now available for hard-sided camping only.
Missoula Marathon Still in Need of 200 Volunteers
The Missoula Marathon is just a few weeks away and race director Tony Banovich says there is still a big need for volunteers to do things like hand out water, monitor the course and help at the expo.
Montana Morning News Headlines for July 2
There's funny money in Missoula and police are warning the public to be on the lookout for fake $50 bills
Early Morning Missoula Fire at Home on Grant Street
The Missoula Fire Department was called out around 1:30 Friday morning.
Clark Fork River Silt Deposit Near Missoula May Cause Perennial Flooding
Though the worst of the Missoula County flooding this year is likely over, National Weather Service Hydrologist Ray Nickless says he believes the swollen rivers this year may have created conditions where flooding is perennial in Missoula.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for June 22
A Stevensville Student Resource Officer arrested for molestation and 137 people rescued from flooding by helicopter are two of this morning's lead headlines.
Montana Trooper Says He Saw a Kangaroo Near Highway Rollover Accident
Vehicle accidents involving wildlife are nothing new in Montana.