MISSOULA, Mont. - The Missoula County Sheriff's Office is trying to identify a motorcyclist who was reportedly in a short pursuit with a deputy on Highway 93 southbound Saturday, March 18.
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MISSOULA, Mont. - Missoula's Emergency Winter Shelter will shut down for the season April 10.
News release from the U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Montana
MISSOULA, Mont. - Missoula County Public Schools has offered Micah Hill the district superintendent position effective June 30.
UPDATE 3/14: Missoula police are still looking for Katharine Schrek.
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MISSOULA, Mont. - A deceased person was located on the shoulder of I-90 in Missoula County Sunday afternoon.
MISSOULA, Mont. - The Missoula Police Department is asking the public for information relating to the search of missing woman Nefataree Bartell.
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MISSOULA, Mont. - Crews are doing a controlled burn on Mount Jumbo in Missoula Monday.
Blackfeet Law Enforcement Services posted the following press release on its Facebook page on Friday, Nov. 25:
The challenger in the race for the United Auto Workers’ top leadership post claimed victory Saturday in a close election that is likely to give his slate of candidates control of the huge union. In a statement, challenger Shawn Fain’s slate said that a federal court-appointed monitor has declared Fain the winner over incumbent Ray Curry. A message was left Saturday seeking confirmation from monitor Neil Barofsky. It was the 372,000-member union’s first direct election of its 14-member International Executive Board, which came in the wake of a wide-ranging bribery and embezzlement scandal that landed two former presidents in prison.
Two Cuban migrants used a motorized hang glider to fly the approximately 90 miles from the communist island to Key West, Florida. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said the duo landed safely at Key West International Airport on Saturday and were turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol. Border Patrol officials didn't answer a phone call Saturday seeking comment. Overwhelmed by Cubans and other migrants arriving at the Mexican border and into Florida by boat, the Biden administration in early January implemented a policy change that makes them request a permit, or parole, online before arriving with the sponsorship of a relative or acquaintance in the U.S. Those who arrive without doing that risk deportation.
With at least 23 people dead, tornadoes that ravaged parts of Mississippi overnight were the deadliest in the state in more than a decade. That's according to National Weather Service records that say 31 people died in Mississippi in April 2011 during tornadoes that tore through several states. Alabama was hit hardest during that so-called “super outbreak” of twisters that killed more than 320 people. Just a month later, in May 2011, another deadly twister ripped through Joplin, Missouri, killing 158 people. Records show that 12 people died in Mississippi during Easter storms in April 2020 and 10 died in the state during a tornado event in April 2014.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security says two people found dead in a railroad car in south Texas were Honduran men. The department indicated in a Saturday statement that it is investigating the case as possible human smuggling. The department's spokesperson has declined to comment beyond the statement. A Union Pacific railroad spokesperson says the company is cooperating with authorities to determine what happened. The spokesperson says the company has “strict policies” to prevent people from boarding trains without authorization. The Department of Homeland Security says the two dead were among 17 people found in the railroad cars. Four people were hospitalized.
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