The report found that 7,175 hate crimes were reported by law enforcement agencies in 2017, up from 6,121 reported incidents in 2016.
December 11, 2018
Bears are starting to become a regular presence in the Flathead and Mission valleys.
On Monday, the Missoula City Council approved the annexation of property around the Missoula International Airport, including the area around DeSmet School.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner is Washington Middle School teacher Meghan Squires.
An avalanche watch is in effect until Wednesday at noon for parts of Northwest Montana.
Different versions of the bill have been under debate for weeks. But when it came time for a vote on Tuesday, Senators passed the package on a sweeping 87-to-13 vote.
Montana’s two U.S. senators on Tuesday urged the passage of a bill, blocked in the Senate, to mandate health and disability benefits for a group of Vietnam War veterans exposed to the herbicide Agent Orange.
Nursing homes, known for their low pay and physically and emotionally taxing environments, suffer in a tight labor market because potential workers seek employment in other industries.
A dump truck driver is in the hospital after his vehicle was hit by a train in Belgrade near Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport on Monday.
Similar flyers from the Identity Evropa group were also recently seen in Missoula.
A Missoula City Council committee will take another look at sidewalks during their Wednesday meeting.
Time magazine has chosen “The Guardians,” a group of journalists who have been targeted for their work, as Person of the Year.
Beginning in January, the airline will ditch zone boarding in favor of a new — and more complex — process based on ticket type and color.
A man shot by law enforcement during a Deer Lodge standoff is recovering from his wounds in a Missoula hospital.
Those who work in public health believe this new tool is a valuable way to combat one of Montana’s most tragic epidemics.