Posted: Jun 18, 2012 8:53 AM by Mark Thorsell - KPAX News
MISSOULA- Some quick work by Missoula firefighters keeps a small apartment fire from getting out of control on Monday morning. The fire was reported just after 7:30 a.m. when residents of a small apartment building in the 900 block of West Pine Street noticed smoke coming from the roof at the rear of the building.
HARDIN- Authorities say that the young boy who was died in a crash near Hardin on Saturday morning was from Lake County. Big Horn County Coroner Terry Bullis says Bradley Trogden, 5, died from blunt force injuries. He was riding in a car with his mother and another child when the crash occurred.
MISSOULA- Republican U.S. Senate candidate Denny Rehberg says that as Election Day nears it's going to be a tough and expensive race, but he's ready to take Jon Tester's seat in Senate. It's being called the most contentious race in the country.
HAMILTON- A new art exhibit in Hamilton is displaying viruses and diseases in a different light and not only are the images artistic, the content of the art is meant to educate the public. Research shows that Rocky Mountain Laboratories (RML) is contributing much more than just science to western Montana.
MISSOULA- Montanans who you missed Bob Dylan's performance in 2010 will have two chances to see him perform in August. The artist's website reports Dylan will perform in Missoula at the Big Sky Brewery on August 14th and then will travel to Billings for a concert the next day.
Chrissy Kohler's StormTracker Weather Center forecast: We've got just two more days of spring left and Mother Nature is sure giving us a reminder with cooler and wetter weather for Monday and Tuesday. But by Wednesday, summer will arrive in full force!