A 14-year-old boy who was hit by a car Monday near Riverside Middle School had obscured vision when he tried to cross the street.
A 22-year-old woman charged in a fatal South Side stabbing is now facing an additional charge alleging that she had a friend dispose of the knife — which detectives found in a downtown storm drain — used to kill a 29-year-old Billings woman.
No arrests have been made in a Friday shooting as the Billings Police Department continues its investigation.
About 1,300 people on the South Side lost power on Thursday after a spokesman for NorthWestern Energy said an object from the Montana Women's Prison got caught in a power line, causing the line to short out.
The Healthy By Design Gardeners’ Market, a place where you can buy local produce direct from gardeners and farmers, moves from the campus of RiverStone Health to South Park this summer.
A 37-year-old man arrested in connection with Sunday’s South Side shooting is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday afternoon.
Billings police continued to investigate a shooting at a South Side home on Monday morning.
Firefighters battle a blaze at First Avenue South and South 33rd Street on Friday
Billings firefighters and police responded to a fire Friday night around 8 p.m. at First Avenue South and South 33rd Street, where three buildings went up in flames.
A man was stabbed and another assaulted at a home on the North Side on Wednesday morning.
Billings police have arrested a woman in her late 40s who they say told dispatchers she had set a South Side house on fire using a propellant.
A man wanted by the Montana Violent Offender Task Force who was arrested on Monday afternoon has posted bond and is no longer in custody.
Earlier this year, the South Side IGA closed its doors, signaling an urgent issue on the South Side of Billings — how will residents shop for healthy and affordable food?
Shots were fired in an alley between south 28th and 29th streets Monday night, and at least 15 police officers were on the scene, trying to sort out what happened.
Billings firefighters put out a fire in a South Side apartment Saturday night.
While no suspects have been identified, the Billings Police Department is continuing an investigation into a March 22 drive-by shooting in a South Side neighborhood.
A drive-by shooting occurred Thursday evening just before 6 p.m. on South 35th Street.
Fire in an attic caused heavy damage to a South Side home on Thursday night, Billings Fire Marshal Mike Spini said Friday.
Fire investigators are trying to figure out what started a blaze at a home on Billings' South Side on Thursday afternoon.
Orchard Elementary School and houses in the neighborhood were evacuated briefly Wednesday morning after a gas line was ruptured.