Yellowstone County will host a meeting for city of Billings and Montana Department of Transportation officials along with residents of the Alkali Creek area to discuss concerns over stormwater runoff.
Yellowstone County officials will meet next week with Alkali Creek Road area residents to discuss plans to address problems with stormwater.
Ask just about anybody in Billings what stood out about the weather in 2014, and their first answer will probably be one of two things.
MILK RIVER BASIN — The round hay bales in the Saco flats have turned dark with mud and mildew.
Several north-central and Eastern Montana communities have been declared state disaster areas after heavy rains in August.
A late-month blast of storms that drenched much of the region helped ensure that a cooler-than-normal August in Billings received more than double the usual amount of rain, too.
A deluge that soaked much of the Montana Hi-Line with as much as eight inches of rain earlier this month caused record flooding that had some areas still under water on Friday.
Gazette photo editor took these aerial photos of flooding in Eastern Montana.
The Musselshell River in Roundup is up after receiving several inches of rain this weekend.
What makes the Yellowstone River so special? Perhaps it's because the Yellowstone is the longest free-flowing river in the continental United States.
WEST GLACIER — Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park wasn’t open long before what little traffic might have been on it was being delayed.
An employee with Stanley Steamer works Tuesday afternoon in the lobby at City Hall organizing fans to start cleaning up water damage from a broken pipe.
OMAHA, Neb. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shouldn't be blamed for causing major flooding along the Missouri River that has affected five states regularly since 2006, the federal government says in its initial response to a lawsuit.
KALISPELL — Parts of Glacier National Park are reopening after being closed by heavy rain this past week.
MISSOULA — Heavy snowfall in Glacier National Park has limited access to some roads and trails because of avalanche danger.
KALISPELL — The rain is tapering off after dumping up to 8 inches over parts of Glacier National Park this week, but the extra water running off the mountains means the threat of flooding will remain.
When Aubree Cunningham and her husband purchased their home at 803 N. 24th St., they saw it as an opportunity.
KALISPELL — A spring deluge that has dumped nearly 5 inches of rain and more than a foot of snow in parts of Glacier National Park has tourists seeking cover and rivers spilling over their banks from the mountain runoff.
Cunningham shows high water marks from flooding in her basement.
Aubree Cunningham discusses concerns she has with water drainage from storm sewers around her home at 803 N. 24th St. on Tuesday morning. Recent rain storms have left her 100-year-old home flooded.
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