Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, May 30
U.S. Attorney for the State of Montana Kurt Alme was in Missoula on Wednesday to tout the success of Project Safe Neighborhoods for reducing the meth-related crime rate.
The 9th Circuit has ruled in favor of a Missoula legislator, Brad Tschida, over a complaint filed against a former Commissioner of Political Practices regarding the right of privacy.
Missoula police arrest a suspect on charges of felony robbery and drug possession after being caught shoplifting.
Mostly sunny with a slight chance of an afternoon showers in western Montana today, with highs near 80.