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Details of a Tuesday morning shooting on Billings' South Side remain sketchy, and the investigation is moving slowly.
Hot temperatures are expected in Billings Wednesday, but relief is expected Thursday when cool air and a chance for rain enter the forecast.
Even though the weather was rainy and temperatures approached freezing this past Wednesday, a brave group of kickballers made it to North Park to play the first game of organized kickball in Billings.
Billings Police detectives are investigating 18 incidents of vandalism to windows and mailboxes in the Heights and on the West End.
Clear skies and higher temperatures are expected to warm up Billings Tuesday and Wednesday.
A 22-year-old man was shot five times in the left side of the back, the arm and in the leg with a small-caliber handgun early Tuesday on Billings’ South Side.
A 66-year-old Lewiston, Idaho, man has succumbed to his injuries after crashing his motorcycle on Sunday near Deer Lodge.
After their 9/11 service project was snowed out on Thursday, volunteers converged Monday near Crow Agency to paint the home of Edward and Clarice Denny.
The 85-year-old woman who died in a car crash Sunday morning has been identified as Darlene Oblander.
Fall and maybe even some summer weather is expected to be back in the forecast in Billings.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality has recommended a fine of $50,682 to two West End subdivisions.
What started out as an assembly to thank volunteers at Trinity Lutheran School on Wednesday morning became a celebratory event when Lynne Erger was called up to the stage.
No damage was sustained in the Rio Grand Casino kitchen, 1918 Grand Ave., when a small grease fire broke out Wednesday in Billings.
Musselshell County voters approved two school bonds on Tuesday.
Billings residents who woke up to light rain and chilly temperatures Wednesday morning will probably see that precipitation turn to snow on Thursday.
The former owner of day care center Ahead of the Curve said he is cutting the final checks for families and employees left without payment when the center shuttered abruptly on Aug. 2.
A woman who locked herself in her residence at 343 S. Billings Blvd. with a handgun Monday has been identified as Lucinda Williams, 32.
Billings residents could wake up to a light snowfall Thursday morning, but the cold weather isn't expected to stay.
Two new Billings Police Department recruits were sworn in Monday by Judge Sheila R. Kolar in the Billings Municipal Court chambers.
Three people are in police custody after a standoff ended after two hours Monday afternoon.
Daytime temperatures in Billings should hover near 90 Monday, but by Wednesday highs won't break 50 degrees.
It’s taken about a year for Brittney Boswell, 24, to kick an intravenous methamphetamine addiction that has plagued her since May 27, 2012.
Billings Police Department officials are searching for a man who they suspect was involved in an assault and robbery of the Billings West End Wal-Mart, 2525 King Ave. W.
Teigen Bentz barely had tossed her hook into the waters of Lake Josephine at Riverfront Park when a young smallmouth bass took the bait.
Fall weather has made its way to the Yellowstone Valley, but a cold snap Tuesday night could give Billings residents an early taste of winter.
A Scobey man received a sentence of four years probation and six months in residential rehabilitation on Thursday for his role in a conspiracy to steal pain medication from patients.
Clear skies and cooler temperatures are expected Thursday and the trend should continue through the weekend in Billings.
A U.S. District Court judge has separated the trials of two people accused in the slaying of 21-year-old Hanna Harris, whose body was found in a ditch south of the rodeo grounds in Lame Deer in July 2013.
A physical therapist and former University of Montana basketball player was sentenced to four years of probation and six months in a residential drug treatment center over a conspiracy to steal pain medication from patients
Rainstorms or thundershowers are possible Wednesday afternoon, but forecasters expect rain to stay out of for the remainder of the week.
The Montana Board of Personnel is recommending that a complaint leveled against Yellowstone County by the Montana Public Employees Association be dismissed.
Several marijuana plants, dried marijuana and drug paraphernalia were seized by Laurel police officers early Tuesday morning in the 200 block of Woodland Avenue.
Cooler weather and minimal rain is expected all through the weekend in Billings.
A fire that severely burned a Billings Heights home at 1188 Matador Ave. on Tuesday morning was caused by a heater located too close to combustible material.
A crowd of about 2,500 people gathered in Rose Park to have burgers, hot dogs and perhaps a beer as they commemorated Labor Day.
Weather on Labor Day will be ideal for an outdoor barbecue, but late-day isolated showers could send folks headed indoors a little early.
Billings Parks and Recreation will host a disc golf tournament on Sept. 13, to raise awareness and funds for the High Sierra Disc Golf Course.
REED POINT — It’s been 26 years since the first Great Montana Sheep Drive, but the event continues to evolve each year.
The 78-year-old Huntley man killed by a train Friday has been identified as Earl Corrall, according to Treasure County Sheriff and Coroner Wayne Robison. The crash is still being investigated as an accident, said Montana Highway Patrol trooper David Inman. There is no indication that C…
Cooler temperatures are expected this week in Billings, but the lower temperatures will bring an increased chance of showers Sunday and Labor Day.
Temperatures in Billings are expected to near 90 on Thursday, but weekend highs should be significantly cooler.
Michele Haslam was having trouble sleeping early Sunday in her Cook Avenue home.
Warmer temperatures are likely in the Billings area for the next few days, but cloudy skies and the threat of rain could chill temperatures over the weekend.
Rainwater overwhelmed the sewer system in tiny Saco on Sunday afternoon.
Becasue of rain over the weekend, fire restrictions in Yellowstone County will lift Tuesday at midnight.
Billings residents who dragged out thick blankets to keep warm in the cooler weekend weather can put them back in the attic.
Rainy weather and cooler temperatures ruled the weekend, but the storm system has moved into North Dakota and Canada allowing temperatures to recover.
The cause of a fire that destroyed two homes and seriously damaged another in Roundup on Sunday will remain undetermined.
An Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigation has been launched into whether Western Sugar Refinery employees followed protocol after a man was hit by falling sugar while working in a drying cylinder Monday morning in Billings.
Weekly Girl Scouts meetings are special for Jean Fluss and her two daughters: Annie, 8, and Alexis, 9.