The anticipated grand opening of Cabela's Outpost store is announced. Members of Cabela's Incorporated announced Tuesday, it will open its Missoula location on Thursday, June 12.A ribbon cutting ceremony will start at 10:45 a.m., and doors will open for business at 11 a.m. Opening day will kick off a weekend-long celebration highlighted by special appearances, family events, giveaways and more. The store is located in the growing South Crossing Retail Development on Brooks Street where K-mart... More>>
The Missoula County Sheriff's Office warn residents near Bonner about a string of vehicle break-ins in their neighborhood. More>>
The University of Montana launches an in-depth study on transportation to and from the main campus and the New Missoula College. This is the first study of it's kind at UM, focusing only transportation."If I could bike somewhere rather than walk, I'll hop on my bike during the week," said UM student Sam Thompson.Thompson said he see's a lot of room for improvement on the UM campus when it comes to bike accessibility."I think students should come to campus and not feel like they need to own a ... More>>
The Pacific Recycling Center sustained damage after a fire broke out Tuesday evening. The Missoula Fire Department responded to the structure fire at 7:14 p.m. on Tuesday. More>>
"Free the River" signs have appeared along a closed portion of the Bitterroot River.
KHQ.COM - The President has arrived in Washington State to visit and survey the devastated community of Oso. Air Force touched down in Everett shortly after 12:30 today. Obama will tour the area of Oso and visit with families who loved ones were killed in the devastating mudslide. More>>
Here are some stories making headlines around the region: Foster Parents of the Year; Explosives Suspect in Court; Obama Tours Mudslide Damage; Super Heroes Visit Kids More>>
Just in time for campaign season, the rules that say when and where political signs can go up in Flathead county could be in for a change.
A small business on the Flathead Indian Reservation announces a $1.8 million contract to create parts for a U.S. Army missile detection system. More>>
Senator John Walsh hosted an Elders Roundtable to discuss senior programs, including Medicare, Social Security, and Meals on Wheels.
University of Montana students celebrated Earth Day with a "Sustainaganza" showcasing their commitment to a sustainable and eco-friendly campus. More>>
Kalispell city officials are in the market for engineers to help design a $13 million project.
The rules for political signage on private land in Flathead county are up in the air as campaign season rolls around. More>>
Volunteers spruce up the Kalispell library for Earth Day. More>>
The Humane Society of Western Montana's Jean Biggins, and Bella show you how to teach your dog to link behaviors. To do this Biggins does several tricks in a row, before giving Bella a treat."We're going to help you do this with puppy push up's, which is a sit up, sit down. They don't get the treat until they complete all three," Biggins said. Biggins said if your dog isn't good at the sit down cue, you may need to lure them using treats. "The down into sit is often the hardest part, so now I... More>>
Senator John Walsh is on a mission to cut through federal red tape putting a damper on small craft distillery production.Walsh announced on Monday the creation of the Senate Small Distillers Caucus at Headframe Spirits in Uptown Butte. The caucus is a forum for discussing important issues craft distillers face.Walsh said this is important since the industry is growing with 16 distilleries opening across our state since 2005, bringing more than $11 million to the states economy. More>>
Thousands of runners return to the spot targeted in a tragic bombing last April. Runners included more than 20 people from Montana. 36,000 runners took on the Boston Marathon that one year ago was the target of a deadly bombing."You just are very aware of what happened last year, so it made it more inspirational to train for it and run it," said Missoula runner Steve Brown.After taking on the race five-years ago Brown never expected to run the race again, but after last year's bombing he said... More>>
Montana's agriculture community is getting a boost in specialty crop programs.
It's no secret severe weather in Montana can strike at a moment’s notice, causing damage, destruction and even death.
A new study finds mercury lurks in our nation's most treasured lands.