There were two power outages reported in Billings on Friday, affecting at least 200 people.
For those who couldn’t quite picture what the Billings bypass will look like once it’s constructed, the Montana Department of Transportation p…
Six people were injured and taken to Billings hospitals early Friday after the car they were riding in rolled on Bench Boulevard in the Heights.
Sarah Elmore has been upgraded to serious condition, a house supervisor at St. Vincent Healthcare said Tuesday evening.
A Billings woman who was struck by a car in the Heights as she crossed a street Friday remains in critical condition as of Saturday night.
Authorities continue to look into the discovery on Saturday of a man's body in Alkali Creek.
UPDATE: Authorities continue to look into the discovery on Saturday of a man's body in Alkali Creek.
Plans are steaming ahead for a new road that will cross the Yellowstone River near Lockwood and enter the Heights alongside Mary Street.
Updated Three fire engines responded Wednesday night to a workshop fire in the Heights.
An agreement signed Monday will bring an end to a lawsuit filed against the city of Billings and the Better Billings Foundation over an aquati…
Billings City Councilman Denis Pitman's complaint against Joy Stevens has been dismissed by the state commissioner of political practices.
Brewer Dental Center and City Brew Coffee held the official groundbreaking Thursday for the 10,000-square-foot plaza being built at the corner…
A 70-year-old Billings man involved in a one-vehicle crash in the Heights on Monday died of natural causes, according to the Yellowstone Count…
A 70-year-old Billings man was killed after he failed to make a turn in his car and hit a tree on Bazaar Exchange Monday evening.
The Better Billings Foundation’s excavating contractor took out a small grove of trees and began site preparation Wednesday in Sahara Park in…
Volunteers with the Montana Conservation Corps led a group of local youth in a round of stretches and calisthenics Saturday morning in the Fi…
The Billings City Council on Monday night approved a five-year capital improvement plan that includes the first phase of the Inner Belt Loop road.
The City Council will vote on the city's five-year capital improvement plan at its meeting Monday night.
Under a plan floated Monday night, Billings property owners would see their streets plowed clean of snow for just $11 a year.
City Councilman Denis Pitman doesn’t understand why, but he senses a growing rift between Heights council members and others on the council.
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