A police dog escaped from an officer’s residence on Aug. 11 and bit a woman on the chin, Billings Police Lt. Kevin Iffland said Monday.
Investigators have determined that a 35-year-old Pryor man who stumbled upon the Casey’s Corner convenience store, 2007 Blue Creek Road, on Wednesday night was stabbed 20 times.
Does it bother you when people park illegally in handicap parking slots?
The Billings Police Department is moving a two-year-old texting program back to the forefront in an effort to help officers and detectives solve more crimes.
A longtime ban on setting off fireworks within Billings city limits hasn’t put much of a dent in Austin Tait’s business.
The cause of the fire Monday that resulted in major damage to the Okerman apartment building remains undetermined, Deputy Fire Marshal Jeff McCullough said Thursday.
Kathleen Brown, 23, of Billings, has been identified by the Yellowstone County Coroner's office as the woman who died in a rollover early Saturday.
It’s not illegal to be homeless in Montana, nor to panhandle in Billings or quaff an adult beverage, in the right location.
The Billings Police Department officer involved in the shooting of Richard Ramirez, 38, has not yet returned to active duty.
A woman who was suspected in the death of her child in Billings in 2012 has confessed to abusing the 3-month-old girl.
Three people charged in connection with a home invasion Tuesday appeared in Justice Court Friday before Judge Pro Tem Lance Lundvall.
Three of the women Toby Eugene Griego raped and assaulted last year were assessed by nurses at Billings Clinic who are specially trained in examining sexual assault victims and collecting evidence, including some of the graphic, telltale photographs used at trial.
The family of Richard Ramirez says he was a hardworking, single father helping to raise a young son.
The Billings Police Department warns residents of two scams that have been circulating in the area.
The victim of a shooting that occurred in the Billings Heights early Sunday morning has been released from the hospital.
Police are searching for a man they believe may be involved in two robberies early Wednesday.
A Billings driver who hit a minivan transporting a man in a wheelchair on Tuesday is accused of driving with a blood alcohol level of .16 percent.
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.
A man who walked away from the Alpha House men’s pre-release center on 104 N. 31st St., on Saturday is back in custody.
A man who hit a pedestrian in her 60s at North 27th Street at Fourth Avenue North on Monday morning has been cited for reckless driving.