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.
Three people are in police custody after a standoff ended after two hours Monday afternoon.
Weekend vandals. Billings police received 28 reports of windows broken out of cars, homes and businesses Aug. 22-24. Vandals threw rocks, and shot BB guns and marbles, damaging Heights property between Wicks Lane and River Oaks Drive and also in an area west of 24th Street West and north of…
A 30-year-old Billings man was taken to St. Vincent Healthcare on Wednesday after driving a GMC Envoy into a home at 1315 Governors Blvd.
A police dog escaped from an officer’s residence on Aug. 11 and bit a woman on the chin, Billings Police Lt. Kevin Iffland said Monday.
Authorities have identified the 22-year-old Billings man who fell from the Rims late Thursday night.
Farmer’s bequest. Paul Metzger’s generosity will support local health care for generations. A retired farmer and successful investor, Metzger passed away in May, bequeathing $19 million to Billings Clinic and $19 million to St. Vincent Healthcare. The hospitals put the money into their foun…
Does it bother you when people park illegally in handicap parking slots?
A man suspected of stabbing and wounding a woman in downtown Billings early Saturday denied assault charges in state District Court.
Billings police responded Thursday evening to a report of shots fired on North 27th Street in downtown Billings.
Together with the Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office, the Billings Police Department will hold a firearms auction from 9 a.m. to noon on Aug. 2 at the Holiday Inn, 5500 Midland Road.
A man was taken to a Billings hospital Thursday afternoon after he drove his car into an irrigation ditch and had to escape as the vehicle floated downstream.
Billings Police responded Tuesday afternoon to shots fired on Rimrock Road near Rocky Mountain College.
Billings Police Chief Rich St. John said Monday that, while statistics weren’t immediately available, the number of violent incidents downtown does not appear to be higher this summer than in recent years.
Before Carol Kraft could demolish a dilapidated property she owns at 115 N. 22nd St., she needed to evict some unwanted tenants — a group of about five or more people who’d been squatting in the house, apartment and garage located there.
The Montana Board of Crime Control has awarded $4 million in grants to crisis agencies and local law enforcement.
Texting while driving in Montana is dangerous, but not illegal.
Billings Police Department detectives are investigating the discovery of two bodies at a residence on Cook Avenue on Wednesday morning.
A 42-year-old woman appeared in court Tuesday after police say a traffic stop Monday night revealed methamphetamine, OxyContin, morphine and 68 syringes in her car, all while her 3-year-old child was in the passenger seat.
Billings Police officers are investigating a case of road rage that reportedly sent one vehicle into a canal near Solomon Avenue and the vehicle's passenger to the hospital.