The fury over a Yellowstone County District Court rape sentence is unprecedented. Over the past week, national and international news media has constantly replayed the court story first reported by The Billings Gazette. People from as far away as Florida, Maryland, Kansas and California are …
Part 2 of Greg Tuttle's interview with Auliea Hanlon, where she talks about Judge G. Todd Baugh's comments and the overwhelming reaction from all over the world.
Auliea Hanlon, left, mother of Cherice Moralez who was raped when she was 14-years-old by Stacey Rambold, a Senior High School teacher, greets Sheena Rice, center, and Kate Olp, organizers of a protest against Judge Todd Baugh Thursday afternoon on the courthouse lawn.
Sheena Rice, organizer of a protest against Judge G. Todd Baugh for his recent actions in the case of Stacey Rambold who was convicted of raping 14-year-old Cherice Moralez while he was a teacher at Billings Senior High School, speaks to a crowd on the courthouse lawn Thursday afternoon.
Auliea Hanlon, mother of Cherice Moralez, is comforted by her attorney Shane Colton on Thursday afternoon during a protest rally against Judge G. Todd Baugh on the Yellowstone County Courthouse lawn.
Auliea Hanlon, mother of Cherice Moralez, is hugged by protesters during a show of solidarity against Judge G. Todd Baugh on Thursday afternoon on the Yellowstone County Courthouse lawn.
Protesters react during an August protest organized against Judge G. Todd Baugh over his sentencing of Stacey Rambold, a former teacher who raped a student.
Auliea Hanlon, mother of Cherice Moralez, talks about her daughter and her feelings after District Court Judge G. Todd Baugh's recent actions concerning the sentencing of Stacey Rambold.
The man accused of robbing a West End convenience store with a shotgun Saturday morning, and then wrecking his getaway car into a house, appeared in Yellowstone County Justice Court on Monday and was given a $50,000 bond.
A Billings man was sentenced to five years in jail Monday after being convicted of DUI while on probation for drunken-driving convictions.
A 52-year-old Billings man denied charges on Monday that he led officers on a chase while driving the wrong way on Interstates 94 and 90.
Does anybody in city administration actually read collective bargaining agreements?
It was much quieter than usual this winter behind the counter in the pro shop at Yellowstone Country Club.
A former state employee who admitted using an agency gas card for his own use was sentenced on Monday in District Court.
A District Court judge has ordered the release of Billings Police Department patrol car videos that are likely to be key evidence in a wrongful death and negligence lawsuit.