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!
Man Accused of Strangling Girlfriend Jumps Through Window, Gets Tased by Missoula Police
In less than six months, Missoula Police have arrested 23-year-old Dustin Bushell three times on a slew of charges ranging from felony theft to escape.
Recreational Marijuana Expected on Montana Ballots in 2020
This Friday, February 9, the first ever Cannabis Conference will be held at the Montana State Capitol.
Montana Water Supply Above Normal, Looks Good For Summer
Montana’s snow pack continues to be far better than other states in the west.
MT County Commissioner Facing Embezzlement, Official Misconduct Charges
Granite County Commissioner Scott Adler has been summoned to a court appearance this month on one charge of Official Misconduct and one charge of Theft by Embezzlement
Nine Mile House Fire Investigation Closed, Not Arson
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Department has been helping to investigate what caused the Nine Mile House near Huson to burn down last December and Detective Captain David Conway says the investigation is closed.
Hunter Education Classes Begin This Month, Sign-up Open
Hunting season is a long way off, but now is the time for those interested in hunting next winter to sign up for Hunter’s Education classes.
Woman Facing Felony Charges After Chokeslamming 57-Year-Old Woman
Around 10 o'clock Friday morning, police were called after a woman was apparently chokeslammed in her home.
Missoula Storm Drain Creates Floodplain in Homeowner’s Backyard
Imagine if a city storm drain system was piped right into your back yard and you had to pay nearly $1,000 per year for flood insurance because of it.
How to Nominate a Teacher for Montana Teacher of the Year
Staring today, February 1, the Montana Office of Public Instruction began taking nominations for teacher of the year.
Missoula Police Prep for Super Bowl DUIs With Extra Patrols
While chicken wings and salsa are high on most people's check-list for Super Bowl Sunday preparations, Sgt. Greg Amundsen of the Missoula Police Department hopes drivers will prepare for after the game too.
Missoula Police Searching for Flag Thief, Asking For Help in Identifying Man
Missoula police are asking the public for help in recovering an American flag that has gone missing from a local business.
Cold Springs Elementary Uses ‘Natural Light’ After Truck Brings Down Two Power Poles
Cold Springs Elementary students had morning classes without power today, January 31 after a number of power poles were knocked down.