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Missoula Crime Report: Domestic Violence During These “Strange Times”
There were 11 criminal complaints filed this week, several of which were domestic violence. The Preston Rossbach trial also ended this week with a guilty verdict.
Engen and Slotnick on Missoula’s Response: “We’re Going to Get Through It”
Mayor John Engen and County Commissioner Josh Slotnick provided updates about the city’s current response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Pandemic Expert on the Longevity and Infection Rate of the COVID-19 Outbreak
"There has to be an absolute acceptance that this is an emergency of a large scale in your own backyard, and no one is going to get a bypass from this at all."
Daines Announces Economic Proposals and $4.5 Million in Funding to Fight Outbreak
Daines announced $4.5 million in funding from the CDC and unveiled three proposals to aid Montana's workers and small businesses during the coronavirus outbreak.
Week’s Crime Report Includes Wrong-Way Highway Drivers, Heroin and Meth Bust
There were 15 new criminal complaints filed this week, reports Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst.
Fox Joins Coalition Defending States’ Rights to Regulate Drug Prices
A bipartisan coalition of AGs, including Fox, has filed a brief with the US Supreme Court in support of an Arkansas law to regulate middle in the pharma industry.
St. Patrick’s Day Events in Missoula Include Whiskey Tasting and Banquet
UM Director of Irish Studies Traolach O’Riordain joined the KGVO studio to talk about St Patrick’s Day events in Missoula, such as the annual St. Patty's parade.
Dept. of Interior Provides Funding for Grizzly Management in MT
The Dept. of Interior is providing money to help manage grizzly bears in MT. Senator Daines delivered a speech emphasizing the need for grizzly management in the state.
Man Arrested for Stealing Bicycle While Woman Unloaded Groceries
On Saturday evening, officers responded to a call about a man who was acting disorderly and looking in windows on the 2000 Block of Lester Street.
Weekly Crime Report Includes Stolen ATM and Unprovoked Knife Chase
This week's Missoula crime report is dominated by violent crime and property crime. 19 new criminal complaints were filed this week.
City Council Meeting on Precautions Against Coronavirus and Debunking Mask Myths
Although there are no known cases of COVID-19 in Montana, the Missoula Health Department is taking precautions to prevent an outbreak.
Retired Air Force General Talks About Time in Vietnam; “Overwhelming” Problems with VA
Retired US Air Force General Dale Stovall joined KGVO News to speak about his time serving the country, as well as his advocacy for veteran’s healthcare.