Before joining Peter Christian on the air in 2012 I worked at a number of odd jobs that range from selling board games and scooping up dog doo, to teaching English in Japan and coaching award winning debate teams. I was in trouble most of my childhood for talking too much in class, now I get to get in trouble for talking on the radio. It's great!
Car Window Broken After Crying Child Found Locked Inside – Man Accused of Endangerment, Th…
While temperatures in Missoula were getting close to 90 degrees on Monday, a concerned citizen heard a child crying out from inside a parked car. Police say the child's father was later found with drugs and stolen merchandise.
Grand Teton Fissure Not Linked to Yellowstone Super-Volcano, Expert Claims
Media coverage of an incident in Grand Teton National Park on July 10, helped to stoke fears that Yellowstone park was about to erupt in an apocalyptic blaze
Montana Unemployment Rate Now Lowest in More Than a Decade
Montana's unemployment rate continues to plummet, hitting lows that the state hasn't seen since before the so called "Great Recession" that lasted from December of 2007 to June of 2009.
Montana Morning State Headlines for Friday, July 20
Today's state headlines include a look at the first big Montana wildfire of 2018, an update of federal, state and local law enforcement attempts to crack down on meth dealers, and a look at the trial of a man suspected of killing a woman during an intoxicated hit-and-run accident in Missoula.
Montana’s First Big 2018 Fire is in the Bitterroot, Now Over 1,000 Acres
According to Bitterroot National Forest spokesman Todd McKay, they’ve only experienced two small fires about a tenth of an acre up until this recent fire, which is being called the Reynolds Lake Fire.
Trump Discussed Supreme Court Decision With Montana AG Tim Fox
Montana's Attorney General may have helped President Trump select Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court.
Montana Crime Lab Releases Shocking Statistics on Meth and Heroin Increase
The Forensic Science Division of the Montana Department of Justice released its 2017 annual report today, Wednesday,July 18, and revealed some of the hard numbers behind the spread of meth and heroine throughout the state
Missoula Man With Nazi Tattoo Arrested After Spitting on Woman
Police began looking into a reported spit attack, and ended up arresting a man on two felony counts and two misdemeanors.
After Forced Off Montana Ballots, Green Party Claims They Will Go Back to Court
On Monday, July 9, Helena District Judge James Reynolds ordered the Montana Secretary of State to remove the Green Party from ballots before the November elections.
Man Sentenced for Beating and Hogtying of Gay Man, Charged in Recent Stabbing
Last night, July 9, at around 7:00 p.m., Missoula police responded to a 911 call reporting a stabbing at a residence.