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Beach grateful for support from Gov. Bullock, Mont. residents

It’s been a day since Montana Governor Steve Bullock sent a letter to the Board of Pardons and Parole, saying convicted killer Barry Beach has served enough…


Party Chair: Vote on GOP ballot in Missoula Co. primary

In Missoula County GOP voters may have a tough choice to make in the primary election.


Record snowpack, incoming precipitation could create dangerous avalanche conditions

Record snowpack numbers in parts of western Montana and moisture expected this weekend have avalanche experts warning of dangerous conditions in the back…


Athletes bowl on 2nd day of Special Olympic Spring Games

Athletes were able to avoid the rainy weather in Missoula Thursday inside Westside Lanes on day two of the Five Valleys Special Olympics spring games.


Community leaders break ground on new homeless housing complex

Local non-profits and Missoula community leaders took a big step on Friday in the city’s 10-year-plan to end homelessness. Supporters stood in the rain and…

Montana revenue department warns of email scam

Montana officials warn that scammers are sending email messages to people in and out of the state claiming they owe money to the state Department of Revenue.

DA closes case with no charges in heiress Huguette Clark's $300 million fortune

The Manhattan district attorney has closed the well-publicized investigation of the handling of the $300 million fortune of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark —…

Family reunited with adopted son from Haiti

Family reunited with adopted son from Haiti

A Missoula family finally welcomes home the newest member of their family.

Indy, a Haitian boy, was supposed to arrive Easter Sunday but those plans were pushed…

Missoula Count could settle ACLU lawsuit over outdoor recreation at jail

Juvenile inmate attacks guard in attempted escape from Missoula jail

A juvenile inmate at the Missoula County Detention Center allegedly attacked a guard.

Woman almost runs over officer trying to flee arrest

Teen crashes after high-speed chase with police

Authorities say a 16-year-old girl led police on a high-speed chase through Laurel that ended when she crashed and was partially ejected from the vehicle.

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