BELGRADE — Authorities say the driver of a 5,500-gallon fuel tanker suffered burns to his hands and face after his vehicle and an above-ground tank caught fire west of Belgrade.
A 36-year-old Iraq war veteran was being treated for traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder and back injuries with more than 27 different medications when he died unexpectedly, according to his mother.
Andria Spring discovered the cosmos had a sense of humor when she busted her nose while playing soccer and found out it would require surgery.
My father, actor Christopher Reeve, loved to travel, even after he was paralyzed from a severe spinal cord injury. During trips to places in the United States and abroad, he spoke with many people who, like him, had to find ways to navigate daily life while living with paralysis. These conve…
The men's basketball game between Rocky Mountain College and visiting South Dakota Mines, which was scheduled for Saturday evening at the Fortin Center, has been canceled.
WASHINGTON — Like baby birds with yawning beaks, college football fans clamor to be fed.
The victims of a car and pickup collision wait for an ambulance at the intersection of 72nd Street West and Danford Road on Monday.
A 49-year-old Billings woman was trapped under her Ford Explorer for an hour Friday night while emergency crews worked to extricate following a rollover crash about 2 miles southwest of Broadview.
A move by the nation’s pediatricians to treat cheerleaders more like athletes has support in Montana from coaches, pediatricians and health clinic administrators who want to help prevent cheerleaders from serious injuries while performing stunts.
The men's basketball season at Rocky Mountain College will get under way Friday afternoon in Dillon.
One of the NAIA's all-time winningest football coaches will be prowling the sideline in Billings on Saturday afternoon.
RIVERTON — He didn't even see it coming. The senior linebacker rolled to his left to shut down Wind River's toss sweep, and the tight end hit him hard on a legal crackback block.
Less than three months after Herbert S. Kindsfater traveled to the National World War II Memorial with the inaugural Big Sky Honor Flight, he experienced another life-changing event that hearkened to his service in World War II.
Each year, one in three American adults age 65 or older falls. At a minimum, falls can lead to fear of falling again, or difficulty performing daily activities such as getting dressed, taking a bath or walking. Falls can also result in severe injuries, including hip fractures, head traumas o…
A Billings man has been accused of his fourth drunken-driving offense Thursday after being saved by a passer-by who dragged him out of his car that was engulfed in flames.
Montana had the second-highest rate of injury-related deaths in the nation, with 86.5 per 100,000 people, according to a report released Tuesday.
Stalwarts Thomas Ackerman, JT Fitzgerald, Phil Urlacher, Steffan Blume, Chris Molen and Paul Palu are no longer a part of the defense at Rocky Mountain College.
A Jan. 5 New York Times magazine article on “How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body” has ignited an international controversy with sparks landing in Billings. The article has put some followers of the physical, mental and spiritual discipline on the defensive.
The holiday season brings safety risks along with the bustle and bustle.
Fire investigators believe an arsonist was behind a fire that started in the Heights on Sunday afternoon.
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