A horse show to benefit Sunni Hecht, a 21-year-old rider who suffered a traumatic brain injury in March, will be held Sunday in the Super Barn at MetraPark.
Rain and thunderstorms are likely for the next several days in Billings.
Wearing a gorilla suit, John Parkes rappelled off the First Interstate Bank Tower in Billings with his 83-year-old mother Mimi in 2012. And this year they're doing it again.
Have you noticed the traffic in downtown seems to be a bit more congested?
Another hot and sunny day is expected in Billings Tuesday, but relief is on the way. The National Weather Service predicts that cooler temperatures and the possibility of rain and thunderstorms are expected to head to the Yellowstone Valley on Wednesday.
Another hot and dry day is in store for Billings Monday, but a rain shower could bring relief to the Yellowstone Valley Tuesday afternoon.
After a cool and wet weekend in Billings, the early part of the week is expected to heat back up and dry out.
Fire officials are looking into what set an early morning blaze in a house at 213 S. 28th St.
The firm hired to complete the Montana State University Billings athletics feasibility study, Strategic Edge Athletic Consulting, will hold a public session with MSUB alumni and members of the Billings community during an MSUB campus visit on Sept. 25.
Billings residents may see a weather event that has not been seen for a while on Thursday, rain.
This Saturday, Drew MacLeod will be saddling up and cycling 80 miles for a purpose.
Traffic congestion due to trains is already a problem for Billings.
A fire which destroyed the inside of a home at 215 Alderson Ave., on Monday evening has been ruled an accident.
Nothing more than a trace of rain has fallen so far on Billings in August and that might not change for a while.
Billings man Kenny Reimche has created a monster.
Not a drop of rain should fall on MontanaFair Monday but fair goers should keep an eye on conditions Tuesday, a thunderstorm could make an appearance.
Picking up trash in Riverfront Park on Wednesday, 11-year-old Jonathan Humphrey reflected on the impact that littering has on the environment.
Clear skies and plenty of sunshine will make the Magic City a hot and dry place to be for the next few days.
Yellowstone County's oil refineries, a power plant and sewage treatment and municipal water plants are along the banks of the Yellowstone River. One of the city of Billings' water intakes is just south of downtown.
A project designed to give low-income Billings residents a chance to express themselves creatively while raising awareness of the issues they face has been launched at The HUB Mental Health Center in Billings.