Nick Chrestenson is the News Director for Townsquare Media Missoula and has been with the company since 2015. He started out as an intern and then graduated from the University of Montana School of Journalism. He typically writes about crime in our community. He lives in Missoula, Montana, and is in no hurry to leave. During spring and summer, he enjoys golfing and spending time on Flathead Lake with friends and family. During fall and winter, you can find him cheering on the Griz inside Washington-Grizzly Stadium.
Man Arrested for His 7th DUI After Crashing on I-90 in Missoula
A Montana Highway Patrol Trooper responded to an injury crash at mile marker 84 on I-90.
Bonner Man Charged With Deliberate Homicide in Missoula
Missoula County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a residence on Antelope Drive for a report of a male shot by a handgun.
Missoula Man Threatens His Former Employer With a Shotgun
A Missoula County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to the area of Lacasse Lane to reports of an incident involving a firearm.
Missoula Crime Report: Driving Drunk With an Infant in the Car
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office charged 15 new criminal complaints this week.
Montana Fentanyl Seizures Already Nearly Doubled 2022’s Record
Montana’s anti-drug task forces are continuing to shatter fentanyl seizure records.
Officials Urge Montanans to Check for Lead Poisoning in Children
22 toddlers in 14 states were sickened by lead linked to tainted pouches of cinnamon apple puree and applesauce.
Wanted Missoula Woman Caught With a Syringe Loaded With Meth
The officer activated his lights, parked his patrol car in the front of the vehicle, and made contact with the driver.
Two Montana Chiropractors to Pay $450,000 Following Fraud Settlement
Basler and Lund are not admitting to wrongdoing, however, both are repaying the money to Montana Medicaid.
Disturbance With a Gun and Cane Near the POV in Missoula
Missoula Police Department Officers were called to the Poverello Center for a disturbance involving a firearm.
Montana Gas Prices Drop Again Just Before Thanksgiving Travel
Drivers will save over half a billion dollars from Wednesday through Sunday compared to what they spent last Thanksgiving.