No one was hurt in an early morning fire on the first block of First Street West in Roundup on Sunday, but three families are now homeless.
John Staley, a 26-year veteran of the Billings Fire Department, is planning a homecoming beginning next month.
MONTANA CITY — The whine of a carpenter’s circular saw signals construction of a new business in Montana City, as the ringing of hammers accompanies the growth of new subdivisions.
A fire that burned the exterior of a home on Custer Avenue was already out when firefighters arrived a few minutes after 8 a.m. on Tuesday.
A young child playing with matches set fire to the basement of a home in the Billings Heights on Saturday.
After 35 years of saving lives and fighting fires, Greg Bochy, a captain with the Billings Fire Department, is setting aside his fireman’s hat.
BOZEMAN — A state judge in Bozeman said he has no jurisdiction to make decisions in a battle between the board of a volunteer fire department and its firefighters.
The city budget was on the agenda for a Billings City Council work session Wednesday night, but ideas for raising new revenues drew the most discussion.
RIVERTON — About 500 firefighters from across the United States are in Riverton this weekend to take part in the Mid-Winter Fire School.
CASPER, Wyo. -- Increasing development and emergency service calls in Evansville, Wyo., have led the town to switch from a volunteer to a paid fire department.
Billings firefighters help EMTs from American Medical Response move an elderly victim of a fall to an ambulance recently.
Billings Fire Department is fighting a small grass fire that is burning along a ditch on the West End.
Pink is the signature color of a group of firefighters and their trucks in part of a 16-state tour to help raise cancer awareness.
A proposed ordinance aimed at doing something about abandoned houses that have been boarded up for years will soon be considered by the Billings City Council.
The Billings Fire Department graduated its first class of new recruits since 2006 at a ceremony held Thursday at the Billings Fire Station 1.
Billings Fire Department firefighters held a training exercise in the former MetraPark caretaker’s house near MetraPark last month.
Billings Fire Department firefighters, from left, top row, training officer John Ruddock and fire fighters Craig Riske, Steve Noe, Jacob Wilkins, assistant training officer Sean Biggins. Bottom row, from left, Justin Tinnes, Jaime Fender, Levi Newman and Josh Thompson.
After 19 years of working through the ranks, Billings Fire Captain Dave Gilbert was promoted to battalion chief Friday.
Employees of the city of Billings police and fire departments were honored during the City Council meeting Monday night.