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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.
No one was hurt in an early morning fire on the first block of First Street West in Roundup on Sunday, but three families are now homeless.
An unusual August storm, which has dropped between 1 and 3 inches of rain in Yellowstone County, continues to drizzle in the Billings area but was expected to come to an end Sunday afternoon.
Members of the Lummi tribe brought a totem pole to Riverfront Park on Sunday afternoon to raise awareness about a proposed deep-water coal port near the Cherry Point refinery in Washington state.
A horse show to benefit Sunni Hecht, a 21-year-old rider who suffered a traumatic brain injury in March, will be held Sunday in the Super Barn at MetraPark.
Rain and thunderstorms are likely for the next several days in Billings.
Wearing a gorilla suit, John Parkes rappelled off the First Interstate Bank Tower in Billings with his 83-year-old mother Mimi in 2012. And this year they're doing it again.
The first of three phases in an overhaul of Highway 212/310 between Laurel and Rockvale is on schedule.
Edward Bownes, 60, was booked into the Yellowstone County Detention Facility Wednesday morning, after leading Montana Highway Patrol officials on a chase that spanned 20 miles, but never broke the speed limit.
A 30-year-old Billings man was taken to St. Vincent Healthcare on Wednesday after driving a GMC Envoy into a home at 1315 Governors Blvd.
Crews are working to contain a wildfire burning on 1,100 acres about seven miles northeast of Grass Range.
Another hot and sunny day is expected in Billings Tuesday, but relief is on the way. The National Weather Service predicts that cooler temperatures and the possibility of rain and thunderstorms are expected to head to the Yellowstone Valley on Wednesday.
People trying to access Yellowstone County websites had to get in touch with officials the old fashioned way Monday morning.
Another hot and dry day is in store for Billings Monday, but a rain shower could bring relief to the Yellowstone Valley Tuesday afternoon.
The MontanaFair officially closed Saturday night and Jerry Johnson spent Sunday working in the midway hauling thick extension cords around a maze of games, tents and bags of stuffed animals.
Bluegrass licks from musicians Dick Taylor and The Unexpected could be heard for blocks around the First English Lutheran Church, 1243 N. 31st St., as the congregation gathered for a midday meal.
The body of Darien Latty, a Georgia man who has been missing since Monday in Yellowstone National Park, has been recovered.
After a cool and wet weekend in Billings, the early part of the week is expected to heat back up and dry out.
Fire officials are looking into what set an early morning blaze in a house at 213 S. 28th St.
A woman who died on Wednesday in a rollover crash has been identified as Nikki Dillon, 28.
Billings residents may see a weather event that has not been seen for a while on Thursday, rain.
This Saturday, Drew MacLeod will be saddling up and cycling 80 miles for a purpose.
The sweet smell of mesquite hung heavy over Chiesa Plaza at MetraPark on Wednesday morning as smokers puffed away cooking beef, pork and chicken for judging at the Montana State Barbecue Championship.
After a fire Monday evening destroyed the inside of Len Culver's home at 215 Alderson Ave., he spent Tuesday sorting through what was left.
As soon as the gates opened Tuesday at MontanaFair, many attendees who heard the same rumor as Carol Heck rushed to see if it was true.
A chaotic situation was resolved calmly Tuesday in Billings after firefighters used their ladder truck to pluck a roofer from the top of the B & B Tire Company Building at the corner of North 22nd Street and Montana Avenue.
A fire which destroyed the inside of a home at 215 Alderson Ave., on Monday evening has been ruled an accident.
Nothing more than a trace of rain has fallen so far on Billings in August and that might not change for a while.
Not a drop of rain should fall on MontanaFair Monday but fair goers should keep an eye on conditions Tuesday, a thunderstorm could make an appearance.
Picking up trash in Riverfront Park on Wednesday, 11-year-old Jonathan Humphrey reflected on the impact that littering has on the environment.
The driver of the vehicle was taken to Saint Vincent Healthcare on Sunday after he hit a guardrail.
Clear skies and plenty of sunshine will make the Magic City a hot and dry place to be for the next few days.
A project designed to give low-income Billings residents a chance to express themselves creatively while raising awareness of the issues they face has been launched at The HUB Mental Health Center in Billings.
Investigators have determined that a 35-year-old Pryor man who stumbled upon the Casey’s Corner convenience store, 2007 Blue Creek Road, on Wednesday night was stabbed 20 times.
Billings residents headed outside today will want to slather on the sunscreen, because skies are expected to be sunny and the heat will be on.
A new business run by two Billings restaurant veterans should be serving up innovative dishes from the old George Henry’s building as soon as Sept. 10.
Billings residents who enjoyed a rare few days of cooler temperatures will have to wait a while before they get more. The mercury is expected to rise near 90 Thursday and will stay there until Tuesday at the earliest.
Both men involved in Saturday night's homicide in the 700 block of East First Street in Laurel have rap sheets spanning several decades.
Only trace amounts of rain fell on Billings Monday, but the chance for precipitation will continue over the next few days.