Most Watched Videos of 2012
Here are the Billings Gazette's most watched videos of 2012.
The Yellowstone County Sheriff Department and Shepherd Volunteer Fire Department respond to a man who was killed by a bull.
Volunteers from PETA disrobed and showered in downtown Billings to raise awareness of the amount of water used to produce a pound of ground beef.
A tractor-trailer rolled over on Interstate 90 east of Billings on Sunday morning, Jan. 15, 2012. The driver and a passenger were treated for injuries.
Cody Kinn, the 22-year-old son of Byron Kinn, talks about saving his family's home from the Dahl fire south of Roundup.
An eastbound Dodge Stratus struck a motorcycle from behind on Airport Road west of the airport turnaround.
Logan Olson gives a tour of the his tree house which the City of Billings would like removed due to a setback violation.
Police are asking for assistance in finding the suspects involved in the robbery of Beck's Bourbon Street Casino.
A cloud of smoke rolls over Highway 87 south of Roundup.
Surveillance footage from the Holiday convenience store on Sixth Avenue North where Michael Brandon shot at Billings Police officers.
Family, friends, and Sidney residents attended a memorial for Sherry Arnold at Sidney High School.
Christiane Skiora of Great Pyrenees Rescue of Montana talks about the great Pyrenees/Akbash dogs that were rescued from a ranch near Three Forks and placed in her care.
Billings code enforcement officer Don Vegge discusses what home owners can expect if they ignore code enforcement citations.
The body of an adult male was discovered in Pioneer Park on Thursday morning.
Morning traffic on Main Street was diverted to alternate routes so that police could investigate the fatal head-on collision.
The Billings Fire Department, Billings Police Department, and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks safely trapped a black bear who had been roaming throughout neighborhoods in the Heights on Saturday morning.