More Evacuation Plans From The Napoleon Fire
On Friday, August 21, more evacuations were set for the Bull River along Highway 56 due to the Napoleon Fire.
Sheep Fire Creeps Up on Residents, Preparations for Evacuations in Place
Residents of Essex and surrounding areas are preparing themselves to evacuate due to a nearby fire called Sheep Fire.
A $71 Million Dollar Settlement was Reached with Amgen
Attorney General Tim Fox and 48 other state attorney generals have reached a $71 million settlement with Amgen after there were allegations that the company promoted biologic medications Aranes and Enbrel.
Missoula Snow Cat Stolen
On Monday, August 17, there was an unusual vehicle that was stolen from a local parking lot.
Yellowstone Cubs Will Be Sent to Ohio Zoo
The fate of the female bear and her cubs has been released after the report that the female grizzly killed a man in Yellowstone National Park.
Two Men Arrested With Charges of Aggravated Burglary Today
The Missoula Police Department had their hands full this morning, August 14, with two aggravated burglary calls.
Princeton Review Names UM Among Best of 380 Colleges
The University of Montana made the annual list of top four-year colleges and universities by the Princeton Review.
Attorney General Spokesman States a “Clear Victory” For 24/7 Sobriety Program
Today, July 30, the Montana Supreme Court ruled to uphold the 24/7 Sobriety Program which requires repeat offenders to take breath tests twice a day rather than going to jail.
Train Derailment Caused 35,000 Gallons of Oil to Spill in Northeastern Montana
Last night, July 16th, around 6:30 p.m., the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s office received a report that a westbound BNSF train had derailed about 5 miles east of Culbertson close to Highway 2 spilling 35,000 gallons of crude oil.
Car – Bicycle Crash Injures Woman – State Headlines [YouTube]
A crash involving a female bicyclist and a car sent the woman to a Missoula hospital in serious condition.
Billings Funeral Home Fire Caused by Crematory Furnace this Morning
Early this morning, July 15th, a fire broke out in a Billings funeral home causing $100,000 in damages.
Missoula City-County Relationship Services Awarded a Grant
Missoula City-County Relationship Violence Services has been awarded a one-year $115,000 grant to support the Crime Victim Advocacy Program by the Montana Board of Crime Control.