I just graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in broadcast journalism, in May. I am now a full time employee for KGVO and am excited for what the new year will bring.
Multiple Thefts From Target
The Missoula County Police are investigating a case that involves multiple thefts from Target in Missoula. Please look at these photos. The male in the red shirt and the male in the blue hooded coat are the same person.
Man pleads Guilty To Double Killing In Kalispell
A 35-year-old man has acknowledged killing his ex-girlfriend and her 15-year-old daughter just east of Kalispell on Christmas Day 2010.
Obama Administration Awards $6,473,416 to Montana
Yesterday HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced that $6,473,416 was awarded to Montana for ensuring more children have health coverage.
First Night- A Family Fun Event
The Coming of the New Year marks the 18th annual celebration of First Night in Missoula, put on by the Missoula Cultural Council. [AUDIO]
Man Shoots Himself After Being Denied Painkillers
Miles City police say a man shot himself in the ankle after his request for painkillers for his back was denied
Injured Skydiver Says He Feels Lucky To Be Alive
A skydiver who crashed into a retaining wall while attempting to jump into Washington-Grizzly Stadium before a University of Montana football game says he feels lucky to be alive
BLM Begins Scoping for Greater Sage-Grouse Planning Strategy
As part of a national strategy to evaluate greater sage-grouse conservation measures in land use plans, the Bureau of Land Management’s Dillon Field Office is asking the public to help identify issues to be addressed in an environmental impact statement and land use plan amendment.
Propane Truck Crash Kills One, Closes Reserve Street
A young woman is dead after crashing head-on into a propane truck this morning at about 5 am. The crash near Reserve and River Road, sent both vehicles over the side of the road into a field where the truck overturned on top of the other vehicle. [AUDIO]
Montana County To Pursue Pot Grow-op Owners
The Ravalli County prosecutor says the owners of a Stevensville marijuana growing operation raided in July will face four felony charges.
UM Sexual Assault Investigation
An investigation is under way into where a powerful date rape drug may have come from amid reports by two University of Montana students that they were sexually assaulted by men — aided by the drug.