A 32-year-old man accused of raping another man in a downtown alley Wednesday night made an initial court appearance Thursday on a felony charge of sexual intercourse without consent.
A man arrested Thursday night shortly after a stabbing at a downtown convenience store made an initial court appearance Friday on a charge of assault with a weapon.
Shoppers headed out to the first Yellowstone Valley Farmers’ Market of the season for early vegetables, fresh-baked goods, fruit and other goodies.
Beets were for sale at Warren Ostwalt’s stall at the Yellowstone Valley Farmers’ Market on Saturday.
Stephanie Prewett, 6, of Prewett Farms, measures out green beans at her family’s stall at the Yellowstone Valley Farmers’ Market on Saturday.
Lynne Eggart of Danford Road Greenhouse and Nursery works in her stall at the Yellowstone Valley Farmers’ Market on Saturday.
A man suspected of stabbing and wounding a woman in downtown Billings early Saturday denied assault charges in state District Court.
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.
A 21-year-old man — wanted after recently skipping out on his sentencing for choking the mother of his child last year — has been charged in a Tuesday night knife assault in downtown Billings.
Memorial flowers adorn the front of the Sample Foundation’s building where photographer Mike S. Sample had his office. One of Sample’s photographs is seen in the window.
Put on your green derby and join in the Celtic Fair and and St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Billings on Saturday.
Downtown Billings patrol officers Tony Nichols, left, and Matt Lennick.
A burst pipe in the third-floor ballroom of the Crowne Plaza hotel “made a big mess” but caused no injuries Thursday evening, the Billings Fire Department said.
The Downtown Billings 23rd annual Christmas Stroll is from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday. North Broadway from First to Third Avenues North and Second Avenue North from North 28th to North 29th streets will be closed.
Christmas suckers at Paula's Edibles on Saturday.
Wendy Wilailuck and her daughter Ginger, 3, of Billings, shop at Neecee's during Small Business Saturday.
Karen Kennedy-Senn of Paula's Edibles talks about her business on Small Business Saturday.
A group of shoppers gathers at a storefront window to look at a cake in downtown Billings on Small Business Saturday.
Leora Keener, left, has her Small Business Saturday form stamped by Belle Moore at Neecee's on Saturday.
Michelle Trost, center, shops at Neecee’s with her daughter Hayden, 8, and sister Jody Slavick on Saturday.