Bill banning tanning bed use by minors moves forward this session
After three failed attempts in previous sessions, a bill that would prevent minors from using tanning beds is moving through the 2019 Legislature. Senate Bill 21 passed the Senate 26-24 in February and had its first hearing in a House committee Friday.
Mueller submits Russia probe, but will attorney general make it public?
Bill requires Montana schools to screen students for dyslexia by 2nd grade
Proposed Montana opioid drug tax would fund treatment centers
Missoula judge: Republican National Committee can use Quist photo without permission
Early Stage Montana seeks tech startups to apply for mentorship, grant program
A Montana-based organization is helping jump start high-tech startups through a business pitch competition held in Missoula, Billings and Bozeman to encourage tech industry development and job opportunities. Early Stage Montana, a nonprofit coalition, is looking for entrepreneurs who need help planning and growing their businesses.
Downtown Missoula apartment with 22 units to break ground this summer
House bill would give filmmakers tax incentives to shoot in Montana
MTPR news director Eric Whitney selected to prestigious program
"Money and complexity;" Missoula housing policy to weigh regulatory barriers to affordability
Judge cites climate change in block of Wyoming oil, gas drilling
Faulting the Trump administration for its failure to consider climate change late Tuesday, a federal judge temporarily blocked the auction of federal land in Wyoming for oil and gas drilling.
Clark Fork, Bitterroot River mapping project to study channel migration
Governor seeks applicants for grizzly bear advisory council, citing leadership void
Scientists ask: Is climate change killing Montana's harlequin ducks?
Montana lawmakers try to prevent 'inevitable' arrival of aquatic invaders
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Missoula faces budget shortfall, appeals to community
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Missoula needs your help today to keep our doors open and continue our legacy of defending the potential of our most important asset – our children. We’ve reached a critical budget shortfall due to unexpected changes in funding.
Montana Wilderness Association: Flathead Forest Plan a win for wilderness
Great Falls City Commission: When it comes to safety in Montana's cities and towns, locals know best
Schweitzer: Montana Republicans go all in on big government, socialism
Mary Sheehy Moe: This St. Patrick's Day, let us keep America's doors open
Montana basketball: Historic season comes to close with loss to Michigan
For the second year in a row Montana's season came to a similar end – in the NCAA tournament to a top-10 Michigan team, one victory shy of tying a school record for wins in a season. The Grizzlies never quit, but Michigan showed why it is was deserving of a No. 2 seed, defeating Montana, 74-55, in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Peace Corps ranks UM among top volunteer-producing schools
Game Notes: Montana meets Michigan Thursday night in Des Moines
Grizzlies leave for NCAAs Tuesday a.m. with parade through Missoula
Montana, Michigan paired up again in 1st round of NCAA tourney
Arts & Events
A catnap for a buck
This sleepy old buck couldn't fight the urge for a fall nap in a southside Missoula yard last year. We caught him dozing last October. Watch as his head gets lower and lower and he rolls over in the grass.