For most of us, driving in Billings’ traffic seems fairly safe. But for pedestrians and bicyclists, crossing the city’s streets or negotiating traffic can be treacherous.
Last year on Sept. 19, AT&T hosted the first ever “No Text on Board Pledge Day” — a nationwide event where drivers committed to never text while driving. To date, more than 2.5 million people have made the pledge and joined the movement to end TWD. The message is clear, simple and lifesa…
Sadie Turner, a 17-year-old senior at Huntley Project, learned firsthand Wednesday something she may not have readily gleaned from a textbook.
Ryan Smith, 30, of Billings has been identified as the driver of the truck that struck and killed a 72-year-old pedestrian at Grand Avenue and Eighth Street West late Wednesday morning.
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming’s stiff wind, a sharp left turn and a top-heavy load tipped over a semitrailer at a busy Casper intersection on Thursday morning, police say.
CASPER, Wyo. -- John Wall suffers from multiple sclerosis that impairs his vision and makes it difficult to navigate Casper's city sidewalks.
HELENA — State lawmakers are considering telling Montanans to hang up and drive — or face hefty fines.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Senate Transportation Committee considered two bills Monday targeting cellphones and drivers — voting against one and asking the sponsor of the other to perform more research and return another day.
Like many Montana teens, Dustin Freese loved hunting, fishing and paint ball wars. He played freshman and sophomore football for the Senior High Broncs.
MISSOULA — The Missoula ban on driving or cycling and talking on handheld cellphones is now the law.
A 25-year-old Billings woman was struck by a vehicle Tuesday as she crossed a crosswalk at the intersection of Monad and South 20th Street West.
A two vehicle accident on exit 446 in the eastbound lane On King Ave. East and Maloney has slow traffic to one lane Friday. The accident occurred at approximately 5:40 p.m.
An elderly woman from Washington was cited twice for reckless driving after causing two accidents while driving the wrong way on Interstate 90 near Cardwell Thursday morning.
BUFFALO — Two people are dead after a heavily loaded semi-trailer lost its brakes on a steep slope on the eastern flanks of the Bighorn Mountains.
A four vehicle accident with injuries is slowing traffic near the south gate entrance of MetraPark. Emergency personnel are on scene and traffic, reduced to one lane, is still moving through the area.
There are 10 days remaining in the deadliest month of the year on Montana roads. As of Monday, the state’s 2012 highway death toll was already much worse than last year — 128 people killed, compared with 109 by the same time in 2011.
Maybe it didn't include biscuits and gravy, but drivers education students from Billings West High School still spent a satisfying Thursday morning hanging out with professional truck drivers.
Caution: Children at play.
Fifty-seven people have died on Montana roads since 2012 began, according to the Montana Highway Patrol. That is 17 more deaths than in the first 4 1/2 months of 2011. Among the 2012 victims:
Traffic is being reduced to a single lane in each direction for several blocks on South 24th Street West in Billings through Tuesday.