Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in split 6-3 decision
Striking down the federal right to abortion, the Supreme Court overruled its landmark precedent in a 6-3 split on Friday.
Congress roiled by U.S. Supreme Court decision revoking abortion rights
Montana GOP ready to act on 'next steps' after SupCo abortion ruling
Alleged Rosendale screaming match over ZooMontana leads to resignation of PTA Montana Treasurer
Montana Congressional delegation seeks federal aid for Montana outfitters
'Failing all at once:' Key property in Missoula's affordable housing portfolio needs major repairs
A nonprofit that builds and maintains affordable housing in Missoula plans to apply for state tax credits to rehabilitate Creekside Apartments, a facility that plays a central role in the city's housing portfolio.
Target Range subdivision recommended for approval; farmland soils can't be considered
Grant Creek development agreement heading for City Council vote after rezone
City opts to vacate road for affordable housing project, but not without debate
Missoula County lands $600K state grant for veterans transitional housing program
Sen. Daines proposes lifting restrictions on 3 "Wilderness Study Areas"
Sen. Steve Daines is introducing a bill that would remove management restrictions on three Wilderness Study Areas, saying the change would increase public access and improve management to cut wildfire risk.
Snowpack up across Montana, but drought still hurting farmers, ranchers
Missoula County details emergency response to fire on urban fringe
Montana DEQ upholds Koocanusa selenium limits as feds pursue investigation
Wildlife recovery funding awaits Senate vote after House victory - without Rosendale
Elsie Arntzen: Achieving educational excellence through local control
Elsie Arntzen writes, "Expectations must be raised without lowering the bar as top-down mandates are not helping our locally controlled schools or students succeed."
Sustainable Missoula: A little less talk and a lot more action on climate
Montana Viewpoint: The thing about a flood and the secrets it spills
Viewpoint: Montana's wild green washing machines tell only partial truths
Viewpoint: Renewable energy can help affordably keep the lights on
Arts & Events
Famed ethologist and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall to speak at UM
Dr. Jane Goodall Dr. Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and a UN Messenger of Peace, will speak at the University of Montana
Harmon's Histories: 1893 World's Fair debuted the Ferris Wheel, Cracker Jacks
Harmon's Histories: Montana Historical Society's journey from ashes to 21st century icon
Harmon's Histories: Milwaukee Depot delighted Missoulians at 1911 debut
Harmon's Histories: Missoula boys skip school to spend days in 'truancy barn'
Missoula metro planers eye electric vehicle infrastructure, alternative fuel corridors
With a landmark shift to electric vehicles rapidly approaching and funding available, Missoula city and county officials are pushing to develop plans to place the necessary infrastructure and ensure it's equally distributed.