Billings Police detectives are investigating 18 incidents of vandalism to windows and mailboxes in the Heights and on the West End.
A Billings teenager was not seriously hurt after crashing into a power pole on Main Street early Thursday, but hundreds of commuters were delayed while the road was closed from about 7:45 a.m. until 11 a.m.
A fire that severely burned a Billings Heights home at 1188 Matador Ave. on Tuesday morning was caused by a heater located too close to combustible material.
Michele Haslam was having trouble sleeping early Sunday in her Cook Avenue home.
Conditions ripe for fire quickly spread a grass fire that started between Billings and Roundup on Thursday afternoon and damaged a mobile home, but thanks to a quick and heavy response from area fire departments, it was out almost as quickly.
The Billings Fire Department says an early morning garage fire Monday at 14 Heather Drive, was intentionally set.
The Yellowstone County Attorney's Office will not file charges against a man who shot his house guest after mistaking him for an intruder in the Billings Heights.
A Billings homeowner accidentally shot a 19-year-old man staying in his house late Saturday night.
A garage at 1913 Columbine Drive in Billings was completely destroyed by fire on Sunday, officials say.
The first phase of construction on a proposed road connecting the Heights and the West End is nearing completion.
A traffic stop turned into a foot chase after a man tried to flee from the Montana Highway Patrol after he was pulled over on Alkali Creek Road in Billings.
A 22-year-old man on Montana’s most wanted list was arrested Friday after Billings Police responded to a report of gunshots at about 9:30 a.m. outside the Target store in the Heights, police said.
Police have released the name of the woman ticketed for attempting to make a yellow light that resulted in a crash in the Heights on Wednesday.
No one was seriously injured when the driver of a semi failed to yield at an intersection and hit an oncoming pickup in the Heights on Wednesday night.
Neighbors try to get a look at a black bear in a FWP trailer at 1015 Governors Blvd. in the Billings Heights on Saturday.
A black bear runs through Ashley Court in the Billings Heights on Saturday morning.
Billings Fire Department engineer Brad Smith frees the a sedated bear so it can be lowered to the ground at1015 Governors Blvd. in the Billings Heights on Saturday.
A black bear sits in a tree at 1015 Governors Blvd. in the Billings Heights on Saturday morning.
Billings Fire Department engineer Brad Smith ties a rope to the hind leg of a sedated bear in the backyard tree at 1015 Governors Blvd. on Saturday.
Billings Fire Department engineer Brad Smith ties a rope to the hind leg of a sedated black bear 40 feet up a tree in the backyard at 1015 Governors Blvd. in the Billings Heights on Saturday.