The convicted felon involved in a four-hour standoff with Billings police on the South Side on Dec. 15 was charged Wednesday with violating his probation — the same charge that led to a warrant that sparked the standoff in the first place.
Two gay couples hoping to be the first in Yellowstone County to tie the knot Wednesday afternoon were done in by the state’s computer system.
A man was accused Monday of strangling his pregnant girlfriend last week before hitting her with the blunt end of a hatchet.
Editor’s note: This is part of the Gazette’s coverage on contested Yellowstone County races in the Nov. 4 election.
A Yellowstone County compensation board will recommend that elected officials receive a 2.5 percent base wage increase for fiscal year 2015.
Longtime Yellowstone County Justice of the Peace Pedro Hernandez and challenger Michael Mayott are the top two contenders for the judge position in Department 2, with Hernandez taking a commanding lead.
It’s good to have choices.
A Billings police officer has filed for Yellowstone County justice of the peace, becoming the second challenger to longtime incumbent Judge Pedro Hernandez.
A retired IRS agent filed this week for Yellowstone County justice of the peace, challenging longtime incumbent Judge Pedro Hernandez.
One day after her boyfriend was charged with helping a man try to cover up the Jan. 3 shooting death of another man in Lockwood, a 32-year-old Billings woman was charged Wednesday with a similar crime.
Newly elected Yellowstone County Justice of the Peace Pedro Hernandez is sworn in by Judge Ingrid Gustafson during a ceremony at the County Commissioners offices on Dec. 28, 2010.
Two longtime elected officials in Yellowstone County say they will seek re-election again this year, while at least one courthouse veteran, Max Lenington, has announced he will retire.
For a handful of couples, Tuesday was the perfect day to get hitched down at the county courthouse.
A Billings man was charged Thursday with stabbing another man numerous times last December on the South Side.
A man with what prosecutors said was a criminal history dating back 45 years was charged Thursday with punching a pregnant woman.
A 43-year-old Billings man charged Thursday with felony drunken-driving had a blood-alcohol concentration more than three and a half times the legal limit after the crash that resulted in his arrest, authorities said.
Yellowstone County is on the right track as a search commences to fill the justice of the peace office that will be vacant at year’s end with the retirement of Larry Herman.
Not too long ago, a defendant came into Yellowstone County Justice of the Peace Pedro Hernandez’s courtroom to enter a plea to charges of aggravated DUI and eluding a peace officer.
A 23-year-old Lewistown man accused of selling Oxycontin and psilocybin mushrooms to an undercover officer made his first court appearance Friday on two felony drug distribution charges.
Justice of the Peace Pedro Hernandez told a visiting group of high school students Thursday that his experience with the law goes way back.