A train crashed into a Hoboken, N.J. station Thursday morning, causing more than 100 injuries and an unconfirmed number of deaths.
50 year-old Alphonse Anthony Toto is being held on $1 million bail in the Missoula County Jail on a warrant out of New Hampshire with child sex charges that date back to 1980.
Montana Speaker of the House Austin Knudsen announced today, September 28, that he is in the process of requesting an official opinion from Montana Attorney General Tim Fox on the constitutionality of Missoula’s new background check ordinance.
It's Homecoming week at the University of Montana, and activities kick into high from Wednesday through Saturday.
According to reports, two children at an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina, have been shot. The shooter has been subdued and taken into custody by law enforcement.
The Missoula County Coroner has released the name of the man whose body was found floating in the Clark Fork River in April as that of Ronald Sarin of Missoula.
Tyson Foods has issued a large recall you need to know about.
Speaker of the Montana House of Representatives, Austin Knudsen released the following statement just after midnight on Wednesday, September 28.
Scott Allan Price appeared in Missoula District Court on Tuesday and allocuted to five felonies, including the stabbing death of 58 year-old Lonette Keehner during a meth-fueled rage at the Super 8 Motel on December 21, 2015.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's first face-to-face meeting Monday night was an energetic clash, with both candidates throwing big punches over 90 minutes. The debate covered a multitude of national issues, including trade policy, judgment and personal temperament, nuclear weapons usage, how to confront ISIS and what direction America should take.
Once again on Monday night, the Missoula City Council chambers overflowed with people both in favor of and opposed to a proposed ordinance that would require background checks for private sales within the city limits.
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After Saturday's heartbreaking 42-41 loss to the Cal Poly Mustangs on Saturday, the Montana Grizzlies have dropped five places in the latest STATS FCS top 25 football poll.