Exit 96 Shine Truck and RV Wash will donate all of the profits from their operation on April 7.
A car dealership partnered with the local humane society to raise money and place puppies with their new families.
A record number of respondents say child care in Missoula is too expensive and hard to find.
Tiffany Hamdan died after she was attempting to free a vehicle after it got stuck in the snow on March 17 near Yaak.
Not many would lace up the boots just to create attention for the dozens of smaller non-profit organizations making a difference in our communities.
Helena firefighters are no strangers to going a step above for someone in need and they got the chance to meet one of the lives they are helping.
We headed over to Paxson Elementary School where the kindergarten class is learning some very valuable lessons in a unique way.
Our Student of the Week for March 20, 2019, is Ciera Jessop who is a senior at Corvallis High School.
Four girls met for the first time on a February day in Missoula to create something amazing — Girl’s Rock Camp.
Our new episode premieres March 30 at 6:00 PM and 10:35 PM on all MT CBS stations. Featuring stories with guitar-maker and craftsman Sean Kochel,
The meeting followed a Voices 4 Housing February housing assembly where the public discussed the many issues Missoulians face in finding affordable housing.
Friends are remembering 28-year-old Shelley Hays, the victim in last week’s deadly shooting rampage in Missoula.
Stevensville Elementary teacher Mara Johnson is the winner of a One Class at a Time grant sponsored by Republic Services and KPAX-TV.
A rundown old bus is putting a strain on the Kalispell Lakers baseball team — and they’re now asking for some community help.
While the Pipes and Drums of the Black Devils started in Helena and is still based there, the members are now spread over several states.