The Eagle is pleased to be a part of Bob Ward's annual Share the Warmth Coat Drive, in conjunction with Columbia. Help your fellow Montanans stay warm this winter by bringing your gently used winter coats and boots to any Bob Ward's location (in Bozeman on Max Ave. next to Target). You'll be re"ward"ed with a coupon to use in store. Free up some closet space and help those less fortunate this holiday season!
The legendary Bill St. James brings his wit and wisdom to the Eagle stations every Saturday, now two times: at 6am AND 6pm…four hours of music, memories and wacky witticisms like, "1983. When you had to give up miniature golf due to your primal fear of miniature windmills." Bill says it's easy to catch Time Warp Saturdays on the Eagle, "Just remember SIX!"
Another Pacific storm is expected to pound the West Coast this weekend and could unleash flash flooding, mudslides and debris flows, just a week after similar rains left widespread devastation.
The Department of Homeland Security this week announced it is opening the largest immigrant family detention facility in the United States, amid concerns from immigrant-rights groups.
People in cars and on bikes whizzed by Moustafa Mohamad as he sat on a sidewalk in Washington one day not so long ago. Commuters poured out of the Dupont Circle Metro station and rushed by on their way to school or work. Tourists rumbled by on a double-decker bus.
A newly released video shows the now-wife of NFL player Ray Rice nuzzling him shortly after he knocked her out cold at a casino in New Jersey.
The children of an elderly West Virginia couple who passed away months apart in late 2012 and early 2013 are blaming their deaths on a restaurant chain's meatloaf.