A suspected drunken driver rear-ended a blue Plymouth PT Cruiser and forced the Plymouth into a white sedan at the intersection of Sixth Avenue North and Main Street just before 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Billings police responded Thursday evening to a report of shots fired on North 27th Street in downtown Billings.
Billings Police are seeking the public's help to identify a couple involved in a hit and run crash with a 77-year-old pedestrian at 9:35 p.m. on Thursday.
The Billings Police Department is investigating a robbery that happened early Friday morning at the Tahitian Nites Casino, 1517 Broadwater Ave.
The Billings Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that occurred Friday night on the city's West End.
12:30 p.m.: Yellowstone County Sheriff's deputies have completed processing the scene where a 47-year-old man was shot and killed Friday night on Homewood Park Drive, Sheriff Mike Linder said early Saturday afternoon.
Sgt. Clyde Reid of the Billings Police Department holds up the plastic tube the department uses to train their dogs to find drugs. The dogs consider the tube a toy. The police put various drugs in the tube so that the dogs learn to track their toy by the scent of the drugs.
Sgt. Clyde Reid of the Billings Police Department explains what it is like to work in the K-9 unit.
The Billings Police Department and the Yellowstone County Sheriff's K-9 units perform training exercise in the parking lot of MetraPark.
The Billings Police K-9 Department announced the retirement of the police service dog Condor from its ranks.
It was as if Condor could read.The Belgian malinois K-9 assigned to Billings Police Officer Jim Nyquist headed straight for his new doghouse, which was still on a trailer with two other houses, and settled in. The nameplate on the blue house read “Condor.”
A 20-year-old Billings man accused of stabbing two people and then himself over the weekend remains in the hospital.
The first big storm of the season hit the Billings area Friday, turning roads snowy and icy and causing numerous accidents.
A man accused of what authorities describe as a random shooting spree that endangered numerous Billings residents when bullets smashed into their homes was charged Wednesday with six felony crimes. More charges are expected.