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A tip helped identify five teenagers now facing felony charges related to a holiday vandalism spree that caused more than 200 Billings residents thousands of dollars in damage.
Six days after two men were arrested in the disappearance of Sidney math teacher Sherry Arnold, authorities remain silent on what evidence links the men to her abduction and apparent murder.
At one point in his life, Jacob Swecker couldn’t see himself having a job or place to call his own and raise his 6-month-old son.
WILLISTON, N.D. -- Police believe the body of a Sidney math teacher who went missing earlier this month is buried in the Williston, N.D., area.
Hooligan’s Sports Bar and Grill in downtown Billings is closed until further notice after an apartment above the bar caught fire Tuesday night.
Runners are thinking more about their safety after the disappearance of a Sidney teacher Saturday morning.
SIDNEY — The Sidney Police Department has called on the Federal Bureau of Investigation for assistance in its search for missing math teacher Sherry Arnold, 43.
Nearly 1,000 people showed up on Sunday to search for a missing Sidney High School teacher who did not return home from a Saturday morning run.
Construction is under way at ZooMontana, where volunteers are updating a section of the zoo’s indoor exhibits.
After three days on the job, Michelle Marion already has high expectations for the Beartooth Nature Center.
Beartooth Nature Center's new executive director Michelle Marion holds Elf, a saw whet owl, on Jan. 4, 2011. The owl is the nature center's newest addition. Marion said the bird's left wing is injured, and he is unable to return to the wild.
Police are seeking the public’s help to find out who broke 173 windows and set fire to two cars on the West End over the holidays.
Less talk and more action is the theme of the Scherer family this year, at least when it comes to going to the gym.
Minimum-wage earners are getting a 30-cent raise on Jan. 1, putting a bit more bulk in employee paychecks across Montana.
Things have ground to halt for a Pryor family who lost everything in a house fire earlier this month.
Katie Zarn misses seeing the smile on her cousin's face and hearing the sound of her laughter.
The term “starving artist” does not apply to the Picasso living within the confines of ZooMontana.
With gift cards, cash and a few returns in hand, shoppers filled the stores at Rimrock Mall on Monday.
Seven locations in and around Billings are providing a place to drop off Christmas trees.
A Pryor family whose home burned to the ground last week will be able to move back to their rebuilt house in as little as four months.
It may have lacked the emotional impact of standing next to the Florida launch pad, but watching her son-in-law go into space for a third time Wednesday gave Jeanne Moreland Noland a view she's never experienced.
The only thing that Luis Alonzo was able to say was "thank you."
Katie Nash was a bit confused, if not concerned, that her boss — a sergeant with the Billings Police Department — was calling her on her day off.
To the United States Postal Service, the Monday before Christmas is the equivalent of Black Friday for retail stores.
After losing a brother and helping pay for a proper funeral, Ray Gonzalez and his family were looking at bleak holidays.
Two-year-old Eva Herring pressed her hand against a maroon Christmas ornament long enough for the white paint to stick, leaving behind a handprint.
Dewayne Costa couldn’t move.
An adult eastern screech owl was returned to the the wild on Friday after spending more than a month in rehabilitation.
Santa will ride a big yellow ladder truck through Lockwood on Saturday as part of the fire department’s annual “Santa in the District” event.
An empty space in downtown Billings has turned into a toy store with items for homeless families needing assistance in shopping this holiday season.
Say what you want about Justin Bieber. Just don't say it within earshot of 17-year-old Cassie Lorenz.
He looked like any of the 400 volunteers dripping wet in the sweltering heat, pounding in a nail with a hammer by hand.
There weren’t any reindeer pulling Santa’s shiny red sleigh across downtown Billings on Sunday.
MUSSELSHELL — A turn-of-the century school with vast rooms and creaking floorboards has served as home for 20-year-old Victoria Moore of Mississippi.
Dog owners can check out Yellowstone Dog Sports during its grand opening Saturday.
A man arrested following a weekend fatal crash appeared Monday in Justice Court for an alleged probation violation.
A 1980s shop burned to the ground Monday afternoon just east of Acton.
Wandering through the aisles of a makeshift store, a woman and her four young children weren’t sure what to expect.
Gail Andren’s foot tapped methodically, turning her spinning wheel round and round as she fed through strips of sheared alpaca fleece.
Dancers converged under the Skypoint to form a flash mob at the annual Christmas Stroll and ArtWalk.
Twelve-year-old Issa McKnight put it simply enough.
Stuffed teddy bears sit atop green boughs, the Christmas tree of any little girl’s fantasy.
A group of four out-of-towners spent this past Thanksgiving weekend shopping in Billings, picking up the perfect gifts for family and friends.
Darkness was not an issue for Jim and Ann Curran — they were on a mission.
During his 33 years in the business, Gary Brockel has developed a passion for making chocolate and has no plans of retiring.
Families just able to make ends meet may not have the option to make the holiday cheer materialize this year.
A square cement floor, some tables, chairs and a row of potluck items did not give off the joy and cheer of a Christmas party to the Schmitts.
ZooMontana’s history is full of second chances to fix recurring problems, with accreditation by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums continually on the line.
It’s a kind of homecoming for Daniel Bukvich, a composer and University of Idaho professor who has traveled the world sharing his music but prefers the comforts of home.
Saturday proved to be bittersweet for the small community of Twin Bridges.