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!
Six Felony Cases in One Missoula Night, Attorneys Face Juvenile Strangulation Case
For the second week in a row Missoula processed well over 20 felony cases, Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst says three of those cases were assaults and two of those directly involved children.
Montana Morning News Headlines for Friday, May 18
A Missoula man rescued from the Clark Fork River after plunging from Orange Street Bridge. Missoula declares a flooding disaster.
Man Who Jumped Off Orange Street Bridge Into Clark Fork River is Recovering, Apparently Un…
Fire, police and an ambulance responded to a call an emergency call this morning at 11:35 a.m. after a witness called 911, reporting seeing a man jump into the river near Taco Johns.
The Eleven Missoula Law Enforcement Officers Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice
Tonight, May 17, at 7:00 p.m., Missoulians will gather to respect the fallen at the Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony in Rose Park. These are the individuals who will be remembered...
FWP Finds Proof Montana Grizzly Bears are Expanding Their Range
Montana’s grizzly bears are expanding into new territory and FWP has proof after a 3-year Old grizzly was caught in a culvert trap a few weeks ago.
Violent Offender Caught Sleeping on Casino Machine, Jumps on Meth Pipe in Front of Police
A man caught sleeping in a Missoula business ended up facing three felony charges and a host of misdemeanors after police showed up on the scene early Tuesday morning, May 15.
Voters Will See Three Ballots This Year, Only One Needs To Be Filled Out
Missoula voters will be looking at more ballots than normal this year when they participate in the ongoing primary election.
Clark Fork Flood Was Still Feet From Crossing Berms Into Heavy Metal Settling Ponds
When water levels on the Clark Fork River in Missoula rose to a near all-time record high on Friday concerns were running high over at the Clark Fork Coalition.
Montana AG Intervenes in Neo-Nazi Case, Claims Unprecedented ‘Troll Storm’
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox filed a motion to intervene in a federal district court case this week.
Missoula Man Takes Meth With Him to Parole Drug Test, Now Back in Jail
Missoula Police made an easy arrest on Friday, after a man tested positive for drug use during a scheduled meeting with his parole officer,