Posted: Jun 18, 2012 1:33 PM by Mark Thorsell - KPAX News
MISSOULA - A man and his mother are facing felony charges after he forced his way into his ex-wife's apartment and took his two-week old daughter. Vincent Seguvio is being charged with burglary and parenting interference, while his mother, Nancy Butcher, is facing an accountability for parenting interference charge.
MISSOULA- A man has been charged with his eighth DUI after he crashed his motorcycle on Mullan Road over the weekend. Prosecutors say Dale Blaine Fite and another man were coming from the Frenchtown Club when the wreck happened.
ST. IGNATIUS- An Alaska woman is dead after a two-vehicle crash in Lake County. The Montana Highway Patrol reports that a 51-year-old woman from Anchorage died of the injuries she sustained in the wreck that happened on St. Mary's Lake Road outside of St. Ignatius at 10:40 p.m. Sunday.
LOLO- University of Montana researchers say the prognosis doesn't look good for those osprey chicks at a Lolo ranch who've become an Internet sensation over the past few weeks. The nesting Osprey, dubbed "Ozzie and Harriet", became stars of their own webcam placed on their nest at Dunrovin Ranch as a joint research project by U.M. and Cornell University.
KALIPSELL- The Kalispell School Board spent about a year trying to decide how to best respond to increased enrollment and overcrowded classrooms at the elementary level. The board voted last week to add eight new classrooms and a multi-purpose room to two of the district's existing elementary schools at a cost of about $2.3 million, and a "request for bond" mail-out ballot to the community this fall.
MISSOULA- The Missoula Osprey throw out the first pitch of 2012 Monday night in Billings and held their first official practice as a team over the weekend in Missoula. The players are all still trying to get to know each other, but they say that once they get on the field the game will come naturally. The coaches, who need to figure out a lineup, pitching rotation, and much more on a few days notice, sound a little more stressed out.
From the StormTracker Weather Center: A complex system of low pressures is moving across the Northern Rockies and the Northern Plains today and tomorrow. That will bring us scattered showers for the next 36 hours or so with tapering late in the day on Tuesday. We'll see periods of sunshine mixing in as well as the potential for a few thunderstorms in the afternoon. Wind gusts this afternoon will also range from 20 to 25 mph.