Missoula boasted over 75 percent voter turnout in the November 2016 Presidential election, just one of the many facts released by the City-County Elections Office on Wednesday afternoon.
Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst has released her office’s 2016 annual report, containing an increase in the number of crimes reported in 2015.
The company building the Dakota Access oil pipeline wants a federal judge to block the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from launching a full environmental study of the $3...
Montana's Ryan Zinke spent several hours in the witness chair yesterday in Washington during his confirmation hearing to become the Secretary of the Interior, including sharp questioning from Vermont's Bernie Sanders.
After months of delays, protests and legal filings, Missoula County District Judge Robert L. ‘Dusty’ Deschamps granted HomeBase Montana the right to demolish the historic Missoula Mercantile building to make way for a new Residence Inns by Marriott.
On Friday, the University of Montana is inviting veterans of all eras, service members and their families to the ‘Boots to Business Reboot’ Program, to learn the skills necessary to successfully start a business.
As President-Elect Donald Trump prepares to take the oath of office on Friday, a native son of Montana returns home.
Missoula Police were on the lookout for a stolen car early, but ended up arresting the complainant instead.
Congressman Ryan Zinke vows not to sell off public lands if confirmed as President-Elect Donald Trump's Interior Secretary.
Sentinel High School students recently submitted an idea for the Verizon Innovative Learning App Challenge and won the award for best in State...
A federal investigation wrapped up last Friday in Missoula with eight arrests, 11 pounds of meth and nearly 100 weapons including grenade launchers and a machine gun.
Early this week, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock appointed University of Montana Assistant Professor Martha Williams to serve as director of the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks...
At a press conference in Missoula on Friday, U.S. Attorney for the State of Montana, Mike Cotter, announced that an operation in western Montana had been completed that convicted eight defendants for methamphetamine distribution and illegal firearms possession.