Billings Fire Department
Firefighters quickly doused a small kitchen fire that prompted an evacuation in a seven-story apartment building on Wednesday, but resulted in no serious injuries.
Billings firefighters responded to a residential fire in a unit of a condominium complex at 1008 Poly Drive just after 4 p.m. Wednesday. Within a half hour, the fire was extinguished.
A accidental Saturday night fire at 336 Stewart Court N. in the Heights destroyed the interior of an garage and caused $250,000 in damage to the structure and its contents.
A fire at 2511 Holman Ave., Suite C, on Billings’ West End on Friday morning caused minor damage to contents inside the building but heavy water damage throughout, the Billings Fire Department said.
A man traveling westbound on Interstate 90 in a red pickup left the roadway for unknown reasons and crashed into the side of the Hampton Inn at 5110 Southgate Drive on Thursday morning.
If a subcontractor working to construct the new agriculture building at MetraPark had to clip a gas line, he picked a pretty good day for it — Monday, the day before thousands of voters will be casting their ballots at the Montana Pavilion.
A mobile home, car and shed were severely damaged by a fire at 2644 Alkali Creek Road on Tuesday.
Open houses are planned at Billings fire stations for Fire Prevention Week, which continues through Oct. 15.
It takes Ralph Hanser a little more than 30 minutes to show a visitor around the South Side business he’s built over 50 years — including a stop at a container that holds what’s left of a 40-gallon diesel spill that occurred last month at the North 13th Street underpass after a collision.
The Billings Fire Department and the Montana Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators held a fire investigation class on Friday in Billings.
A 46-year-old woman was taken to Billings Clinic on Wednesday after the Subaru station wagon she was driving hit a semitrailer at the North 13th Street underpass. The impact caused diesel fuel to spill across the roadway.
An Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigation has been launched into whether Western Sugar Refinery employees followed protocol after a man was hit by falling sugar while working in a drying cylinder Monday morning in Billings.
Fire officials are looking into what set an early morning blaze in a house at 213 S. 28th St.
Scott Harrington has been identified as the 22-year-old Billings man who died in a fall from the Rims late Thursday.
Nadine Evensen, 73, of Billings, has been named as the woman who died after a house fire early Thursday.
After a fire Monday evening destroyed the inside of Len Culver's home at 215 Alderson Ave., he spent Tuesday sorting through what was left.
A chaotic situation was resolved calmly Tuesday in Billings after firefighters used their ladder truck to pluck a roofer from the top of the B & B Tire Company Building at the corner of North 22nd Street and Montana Avenue.
Danielle Rivera and Minerva Limpy were running out the door Thursday afternoon when they noticed smoke coming from an apartment in the basement of their building at Third Avenue South and South 32nd Street.
If you’re a member of just about any club, group or church in Billings, you’re about to hear a lot more about the public safety mill levy.
Three people are safe after a fire destroyed their home Thursday morning in southwest Billings.