An 18-year-old motorcyclist was taken to a Billings hospital after being thrown from the motorcycle he was riding near Mullowney Lane and Holiday Avenue in Billings on Sunday.
A 38-year-old woman was taken to the hospital and cited for careless driving Monday morning after causing a three-vehicle crash at the corner of State Avenue and Second Avenue South.
A Billings Police Department patrol car was involved in a crash with a driver suspected of DUI just before 8 a.m. on Tuesday, according to Sgt. Ronda Fox. There were no injuries.
Jessica Stephenson, 25, of Joliet, has been named as the woman who died in a Heights shooting on Saturday night, according to Chad Fehr, assistant coroner.
A woman died and a man was arrested after a shooting on Hawthorne Lane in the Heights late Saturday.
A woman was found shot to death at 1247 Hawthorne Lane in the Billings Heights on Saturday night.
Billings Police Sgt. Ronda Fox has been placed on paid administrative leave while seeking treatment for health issues related to a 2005 fatal shooting.
A man was taken to the hospital on Monday morning after a pickup truck struck him in downtown Billings.
The Yellowstone County coroner has identified a Billings man who died Monday during an incident that ended with a semitrailer crashing into a church parking lot as John George Lang, 60.
A lightning strike knocked out power to a portion of southwest Billings on Monday night.
A woman was hospitalized on Sunday night after leading law enforcement on a low-speed chase across the top of the Rimrocks.
A Billings man was transported to the hospital Tuesday after a crash involving two motorcycles and a car on Broadwater Avenue between 31st and 32nd streets through a construction zone.
Billings police officers stayed busy investigating car wrecks Monday evening.
A Billings man was cited for driving under the influence after crashing a pickup on Tuesday morning.
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