A Missoula man and wife were both sentenced on Wednesday to prison for child abuse so vile the judge could compare it only to the prisoner-of-war camps during World War II.
Johnathan Bertsch, the accused gunman in fatal back-to-back shootings in 2019, agreed to a mental fitness evaluation if done by a different psychologist than his last evaluation.
Investigators reported Seastrunk had "beef" with one of the residents of the home.
Brandon Blackgoat on Tuesday entered Alford pleas to the sexual assault or rape of five different women in Missoula between July and November 2019. His sentencing is set for Dec. 11.
The contested judge’s race in the Fourth Judicial District Court features two longtime public servants, one whose widespread support from his appointment last year has carried into election season and the other who wants to bring a new perspective to the bench.
“We’re people, too, and at some point I think Corporal Malone forgot that.”
A former day care owner and her husband on Thursday pleaded guilty to multiple felonies stemming from the abuse and neglect of their adopted children.
A Missoula County District Court judge has ordered the release of body camera footage and internal reports stemming from a November 2017 arres…
A former Sentinel High School student who leveled sexual assault claims against his former DECA adviser last year has filed a lawsuit against the adviser, Missoula County Public Schools and the state DECA chapter.
Missoula County prosecutors have charged William Joseph Hopper with one count of felony sexual intercourse without consent, which carries a possible life sentence in state prison.
A former day care owner and her husband are set to change their pleas in a pair of child abuse cases that involved leashes, malnourishment and videos of humiliating disciplinary tactics.
Sitting Judge Jason Marks was leading over challenger Robin Hammond in his quest to retain his Missoula County District Court seat.
After two years on the lam, Marco Antonio Guzman appeared in Missoula County District Court on Wednesday after apparently turning himself in at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A man accused of peeping at girls, one described in court documents as 12 years old or younger, in clothing store dressing rooms was arrested Tuesday on a $50,000 warrant.
The Missoula man charged with making threats against officials bonded out of jail last week, as his defense attorneys continue efforts to see his charge dismissed on First Amendment grounds.