Yellowstone County Attorney S Office
Of all the calls an editor gets, few are more common than the desperate DUI.
The case of a School District 2 administrator, who resigned in November following an investigation into stolen district property, has been advanced to the Yellowstone County Attorney’s office.
District Judge G. Todd Baugh will retire at the end of the year and not seek re-election.
A Billings man charged with stealing thousands of dollars from a woman in her 80s pleaded no contest Friday to a charge of exploitation of an older person.
A 41-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting a minor girl on multiple occasions in 2007 pleaded not guilty to felony sex charges in District Court on Friday.
A 19-year-old Billings man was sentenced Thursday to 120 days in jail for a careless-driving incident that resulted in the death of a pedestrian last year.
A 43-year-old man pleaded guilty to a felony sex charge Friday.
Six to eight employees of the Billings Regional Landfill could be suspended or fired for taking home truckloads of electronics equipment, high-end sporting goods, rifles and other property that was supposed to be disposed of.
The Yellowstone County Attorney’s Office wants to help the victims of a holiday vandalism spree that caused tens of thousands of dollars in damage.
A Billings man accused in February of beating and choking his girlfriend until she ran away wearing pajamas and with bare feet in the snow pleaded guilty Friday to a lesser charge under the assumption that felony charges would be dismissed.
Yellowstone County Victim Witness Coordinator Martha Aquilar is surprised to learn she won an Annual Montana Victim Advocate Award at a gathering in her honor on Wednesday.
Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock presents the Montana Outstanding Advocate Award to Yellowstone County Victim Witness Coordinator Martha Aquilar at the Yellowstone County Courthouse on Wednesday
Texting and social networking sites are being credited for a spike in the number of HIV cases reported in Yellowstone County, according to RiverStone Health officials.
The Yellowstone County Attorney’s Office wants another judge to hear the animal cruelty charges against James Leachman of Billings.
Ups and Downs gives a quick take on news of the week.
When then U.S. Marshal Dwight MacKay launched an interagency task force to apprehend fugitives in January 2005, he pledged to “catch bad guys and bad gals.”
As 14 round hay bales were dropped by helicopter Tuesday morning to hungry horses east of Billings, the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs was moving closer to rounding up the horses and moving them off the Crow Indian reservation and possibly selling them this spring.
A nonprofit organization based in Colorado, the American Humane Association, donated $20,000 on Monday toward caring for as many as 700 of the James Leachman horses on private and Crow Reservation land east of Billings.
The owners of Valley M Ranch in Red Lodge drove two pickup trucks pulling 10 ton of hay out to the former Leachman Cattle Co. ranch east of Billings Tuesday, giving hungry horses their first good meal in weeks.