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!
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.
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,
The Worst Natural Disaster in Missoula – Comparing 2018 Floods to 1908
The Clark Fork River is deeper now than it has been for 110 years, but it was more than three feet deeper back in 1908 and here's what it looked like then.
Drugs and Felons Keep Missoula Courts Busy, 25 Charges This Week
This past week was one of the busiest so far for prosecutors at the Missoula County Attorney’s office.
Drone Footage Captures Missoula Transient Camp Flood Rescue
Missoula County Sheriff's deputies risked the rising waters of the Clark Fork River Wednesday, May 10, to help save a number of transients that often camp down by the water.
Homeless Man on Raft Rescued From Flood, Homes Evacuated
Missoula flooding has now led to evacuations of 63 homes, as the Clark Fork River climbs closer to a record not seen in a century.
Small Percentage of Missoula is Available for New Housing, Prices Climb Rapidly
It’s well known that Missoula housing is expensive and a recent study funded by the Missoula Organization of Realtors reveals that at least part of that expense is driven by severe restrictions on where homes can be built.
Over 47,000 Missoula Primary Ballots Hit the Mail This Friday
Voters can start filling out their federal primary ballots soon.
Clark Fork River Flooding to Hit Top Three Worst This Week, Cresting Over 13 Feet
Missoula’s Clark Fork River is in Major Flood stage, and crossed a historic mark at around 11:00 a.m. Thursday Morning.
Montana Ignorance of Invasive Mussles Decreasing, Highest Among Younger Groups
Montana FWP is ramping up messaging about invasive mussles in hopes of preventing the species from spreading through the state.
Montana AG Fox Argues for Coal Port in Washington State, Files Brief in Court
“Unfortunately, Governor Inslee from the state of Washington has expressed his ideological opposition to coal" - Fox said