- 1 With anchor Scheels leaving, Rimrock Mall facing big challenges
- 2 Daring to face fear and be authentic through nude bike ride
- 3 Mother of teen charged with rape facing child sex abuse charges
- 4 Man, woman charged in assault that sent alleged victim to hospital
- 5 Fires continue to burn near Billings
Prosecutors say a man charged with punching his wife and threatening her with an AR-15 rifle last August also exposed the couple’s young children to methamphetamine.
HELENA — An 8-year-old and two 10-year-olds were all charged with negligent arson Monday after allegedly setting a pile of garbage on fire in the 1600 block of Warehouse Avenue.
As a longtime nanny, Molly Bittrolff has always looked for something to occupy the kids under her care. In her new business venture, she’ll help others with little ones do the same.
HELENA — An order of nuns being sued by people who claim they were sexually abused as children at the Ursuline Academy in St. Ignatius is asking a federal judge to refuse a request from the victims' attorneys to proceed with their lawsuit in state court.
LANDER, Wyo. — Friends of a Lander couple who lost two young daughters in a crash this week are raising money to help the family.
Some of the statistics behind this year's 40 Under Forty winners:
HELENA — A new report concluded that Americans as a nation are failing to invest enough in their children’s early years.
This time next week, Billings schoolchildren will be on summer break. All too often, summer is the season when students, especially those who already are disadvantaged, lose academic skills. Regular reading is one way to counteract that summer slump.
The collective numbers behind this year's 40 Under Forty winners include:
Dr. Paul Kelker, left, and Dr. Courtney Lyle work to help young cancer patients at Billings Clinic.
Laura Dahlwiner watches people on the street as her daughters blow bubbles outside the Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family Shelter. She hopes to have a permanent place to live by June when her baby is due.
Kayna Harper feeds her 2-month-old daughter J'Kayla in the alley behind the Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family Shelter in March. The baby was born while Kayna was staying at the mission. Kayna has since moved to her own apartment and has a job.
The Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family Shelter is on First Avenue North in downtown Billings. The shelter serves women, married couples and families.
A teddy bear, coffee cup and rosary beads decorate a guest room door at the Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family Shelter.
Anne Ash teaches an evening parenting class at the Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family Shelter.
Guest clothing and bedding is bagged in the third floor hallway as workers inspect and spray for bedbugs at the Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family Shelter. Like motels and other public housing facilities, the shelter has had some bedbugs over the last 10 years, but it has fewer proble…
Ray Walker inspects guest rooms for bedbugs at the Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family Shelter. Every Wednesday, shelter residents pack up their belongings and move them out so rooms can be sprayed to prevent bedbugs. Like motels and other housing facilities, the shelter has had some b…
Laura Dahlwiner has dinner with her three children at the Montana Rescue Mission Women's and Family shelter. A new baby is due in June and she hopes to have a permanent place to live by then.
Harper Swords, right, rolls out dress patterns for Women's and Family Shelter guests who volunteer to sew clothing for poor children in the Philippines. Swords is starting a nonprofit called The Little Purple Dress Company.