The clean-up of a dangerous chemical lab in Norris ended Friday, as the EPA and DEQ put the final touches on the Norris Labs site.
The Missoula Fire Department responded to a call at an apartment building on West Spruce Street Friday after someone left a pan on the stove.
Extra hot shot crews and five helicopters are working to suppress a wildfire on the Montana-Idaho border.
A fire that started close to Highway 37 north of Libby is estimated at 40-60 acres, according to The Western News. The Libby-based paper reports that firefighters don't consider the blaze to be contained at this point, and crews are keeping an eye on the flames' proximity to the former W.R. Grace Mine, which is part of the Libby Asbestos Superfund site.
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Sheriff Chuck Curry says Alex Ruth Beltran was last seen driving her 1998 Light Green Toyota Rav 4, with Montana plate 785019A.
Some of the chemicals at the lab in Norris were so volatile that the risk of transporting them was too great, and experts decided to do a controlled detonation at the site of the lab.
The Special Olympian who was severely injured by after an assault in June is talking about his recovery.
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Kootenai National Forest officials say multiple agencies responded Thursday when the fire started. The fire is 1.5 miles away from the former W.R. Grace vermiculite mine, and it's a high priority to keep the fire away from the old mine.