A coroner’s inquest has been scheduled for early January in the death of an unarmed man shot and killed by a Billings police officer.
Roughly two dozen people attended a candlelight vigil on the federal courthouse steps Wednesday night to remember the unarmed men and women around the country who have been killed by police.
A judge Monday ordered 10 years in the Montana State Prison for a man convicted of failing to register as a violent offender and on multiple drug charges.
One of three brothers who have had numerous run-ins with law enforcement in recent years pleaded guilty Monday to felony drug charges in two separate cases.
A Billings police officer who fatally shot a man in April is expected to return to work next week, Chief Rich St. John said Thursday.
The Billings Police Department officer involved in the shooting of Richard Ramirez, 38, has not yet returned to active duty.
A man arrested Tuesday by the U.S. Marshals made a court appearance Friday on a warrant issued in a burglary and domestic assault case.
The U.S. Marshal's Montana Violent Offender Task Force arrested Daniel Ramirez in Billings on Tuesday afternoon.
A Billings judge on Monday set bond at $500,000 for a convicted robber who prosecutors say has repeatedly dodged authorities while stacking up felony charges in multiple counties.
Richard David Ramirez was a 38-year-old man who died a tragic death by three gunshots to the chest. He had a tendency to be nervous around police. He was the kind of guy who didn’t carry a weapon. He could handle himself quite well. He got in some trouble, but successfully completed three ye…
Jason Lee Ramirez, the brother of a man shot to death by a Billings police officer last month, was arrested Thursday.
Authorities are once again searching for Jason Lee Ramirez, the brother of a man shot to death by a Billings police officer earlier this month, after he posted a $100,000 bond to get out of jail last week.
Billings Mayor Tom Hanel painted a picture of a dynamic, bustling city for the Downtown Rotary Club Monday, but also noted that public safety concerns — and the money needed to keep the public safe — could challenge residents and city officials in the months and years to come.
One of the brothers of a man shot and killed by police last week made a court appearance Monday on an arrest warrant.
In the wake of Yellowstone County’s fifth officer-involved shooting since the beginning of 2013, Billings Police Chief Rich St. John discussed the department’s internal review process for officer-involved shootings, the procedure for how officers engage suspects and the use of deadly force.
Born and raised on the south side of Billings, Richard Ramirez spent a lot of time in South Park.
One of the brothers of Richard Ramirez, the man shot to death by police Monday night, has been captured.
Seven grieving members of the Ramirez family stood in solidarity in front of City Hall and the Yellowstone County Courthouse on Wednesday afternoon, protesting the death of Richard Ramirez.
Betty Ramirez carries a sign as family members gather in front of City Hall on Wednesday to protest the killing of her son Richard Ramirez by police.
Ramirez family members gather in front of City Hall on Wednesday to protest the killing of Richard Ramirez by police.