MTN’s Jill Valley sat down with Casey Blanchard — who was shot multiple times is Missoula — for a story of healing — and hope.
The Missoula YWCA launched the final phase of a campaign to shelter homeless families and protect victims of domestic violence.
It wasn’t just a Jeep that was taken from downtown Missoula, it was a beloved pet sitting in the back seat — a dog that was suddenly on a terrifying road trip.
14 firefighters killed in Colorado, 25 years ago Saturday on Storm King Mountain in Colorado — including one from Hamilton.
A Montana group — Jane Doe No More — is giving a voice to rape victims with the help and guidance from those who’ve been there.
Sailing schools around the country are reaching out to military veterans, offering them a chance to learn a new skill that could help ease the symptoms of PTSD.
There are kittens galore at Missoula’s AniMeals No Kill Adoption Shelter — 61 to be exact.
One of the victims in Thursday’s two-vehicle crash on Highway 93 south has died from her injuries.
In this new world, it’s not just about the dog. It’s about their DNA.
A national contest by Vans could secure a future for the Saint Ignatius High School art program — with your help.
The new Hellgate Archery Range is located near the intersection of Tower Street and Spurgin Road in Missoula.
The 48 Hour Film Project is coming to Missoula and offers a chance to become an actual filmmaker and maybe even set your course for the silver screen.
Ongoing advancements in technology are proving invaluable — especially for active kids who can now manage their diabetes with help from their phones.
“Every week, I fall in love with this shelter more and more,” said Bitter Root Humane Association Operations Manager Chris Berthoud.
Twenty Loyola Sacred Heart High School students and their chaperones were in Paris just two weeks ago during Spring break and spent time on the Notre Dame Cathedral.