Billings Police Department
A motorcyclist died on Monday afternoon after crashing into a building on Sixth Avenue North.
The burgeoning number of calls to the Billings Police Department puts pressure on the 911 Center at Fire Station No. 1. Dispatchers working 24/7 are the unsung heroes of our community’s struggle to maintain the public safety services people expect from Montana’s largest city.
Nathanial Dudding, the man shot five times Tuesday morning in Billings, had been wanted in Custer County since Sept. 10, but wasn’t arrested until nearly a day after being discharged from the hospital.
A 22-year-old man was shot five times in the left side of the back, the arm and in the leg with a small-caliber handgun early Tuesday on Billings’ South Side.
The 85-year-old woman who died in a car crash Sunday morning has been identified as Darlene Oblander.
An 85-year-old woman died on Sunday morning when the car she was driving crashed into a parked pickup in central Billings.
A 22-year-old woman suspected of stabbing another woman to death at a bar on Billings' South Side has turned herself in to authorities.
Checkpoint stops 13 percent of vehicles; results in arrests, tickets, citations or warnings for 78 percent of vehicles stopped
A traffic checkpoint setup by the Billings Police Department last Tuesday resulted in arrests, tickets, citations or warnings for about 78 percent of the 180 vehicles stopped.
Michele Haslam was having trouble sleeping early Sunday in her Cook Avenue home.
The Billings Police Department is keeping a closer eye on Stewart Park on the West End after a least one rabbit was hit with a blow dart.
One of two people accused of using a lighter to burn a 6-year-old girl in February pleaded no contest Monday to a felony charge in the case.
A man is in serious condition after he was shot early Friday morning on the South Side.
Tyler Smith, 21, has been identified as the Billings man who died on Wednesday after a motorcycle crash in the Heights.
A Billings woman was injured and will likely be cited after the motorized wheelchair she was operating collided with a van east of downtown on Friday afternoon.
Does it bother you when people park illegally in handicap parking slots?
When Armando Espinosa came upon the scene of a motorcycle crash Thursday morning on Rimrock Road near West 48th Street, he quickly took action.
Tuesday’s shooting incident is a great example of the state of public safety in Billings.
A Billings man was charged on Friday with shooting toward two women on Thursday night in downtown Billings.
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.
The Billings Police Department and Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office are investigating two shooting incidents which occurred about 30 minutes apart on opposite ends of Billings on Tuesday.