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Hundreds of people packed the streets downtown Friday evening for a chance to see a parade of cars — old, new and weird — as they made their way down Third Avenue North for this year's annual Burn the Point.
Checkpoint stops 13 percent of vehicles; results in arrests, tickets, citations or warnings for 78 percent of vehicles stopped
A traffic checkpoint setup by the Billings Police Department last Tuesday resulted in arrests, tickets, citations or warnings for about 78 percent of the 180 vehicles stopped.
Two Wolf Point police officers on patrol found Roosevelt County Sheriff Freedom Crawford, who they suspected was intoxicated, sleeping on a sidewalk in Wolf Point on Aug. 14.
A Billings man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly stole a 2014 Dodge Avenger from an Auto Auction employee who was unloading other cars at 4432 South Frontage Road.
When his country needed him during World War II, Joe Sterling was there.
Convicted serial rapist Toby Griego has been called the worst of the worst.
The rain couldn't dampen the party.
In March, Tara Lee Holwegner-Bertucci, a Billings native who now lives in Reno, Nev., received devastating news.
Billings Police say a 36-year-old transient man was taken Thursday to Billings Clinic after an apparent stabbing at the Conoco convenience store at 2701 Sixth Ave. N.
Habitat for Humanity construction supervisor Steve Coldiron had just left Metra Park on Tuesday — where he was showcasing a house the organization was building — and was headed to the home’s eventual site, at 1121 Jordan Circle.
This year marks the second year that iPads will be used in classrooms across Billings Catholic Schools as the school system continues to march toward its goal of a computer for every student.
Rockin' The Rims on the Yellowstone kicked off its inaugural music festival Saturday at Coulson Park, selling about 1,000 tickets.
Scott Harrington has been identified as the 22-year-old Billings man who died in a fall from the Rims late Thursday.
CROW AGENCY — Thousands of people from around the country are gathering in Crow Agency this week to celebrate the 96th Annual Crow Fair.
Before sophomores, juniors and seniors at Central High can lace up their shoes or polish their instruments for practice this year, many will have to take a drug test for the first time.
A 28-year-old Pryor woman died and her 2-year-old son was transported to the hospital Wednesday after the SUV they were traveling in rolled down a ravine about 10 miles east of Pryor.
Billings man Kenny Reimche has created a monster.
Two separate car accidents about 15 miles apart killed two people in Sheridan County, according to a Montana Highway Patrol dispatcher.
The Grammy award-winning band Train hit the stage Saturday at the the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark for the MontanaFair, bringing almost every one of the 7,400 fans who packed the place to their feet, where they remained for the duration of the show.
A man driving a reportedly stolen Acura out of Billings led a Wyoming State Trooper in a high-speed chase Wednesday.
About 350 people filed into Target’s parking lot Tuesday for free food, face painting and a chance to meet local law enforcement and emergency responders during the 31st Annual National Night Out, a nationwide event that aims to create safer communities.
Ahead Of The Curve Child Development Center, at 3242 Hesper Road, abruptly closed Saturday, leaving about 45 employees without a job and 200 kids without day care, according to co-owner Brady Wagner.
This year’s 96th annual Great American Championship Motorcycle Hill Climb was bittersweet for Marion and Kenny Kittleson.
On Tuesday, people lined the sidewalks of North 27th Street, expressing their frustration over a recent Supreme Court decision that extended religious freedoms to some corporations.
The Big Sky State Games typically kicks off with a 5K run, but this year organizers decided to shake things up.
Air quality Friday rapidly deteriorated overnight into Saturday as westerly gusts continued to dump swept up smoke from wildfires in central and eastern Washington on much of Montana.
At a meeting Wednesday, about 20 people kicked around ideas for how and where to construct an alternative route down from the Rims.
There was no detail too small for 5-year-old Owen Zahn.
The T-shirts told the tales.
It was the sixth-hottest Fourth of July in Billings history, but that didn't seem to bother eight-year-old Taya Johnson much.
Montana Catholic Schools have a new superintendent.
Jordan Mordhorst, 31, and his wife Chelsey, 34, wanted nothing else but to have another baby.
Mexico's Consul General Carlos Bello made history Thursday when he became the first person in his position to visit Montana.
This one was big, and strong, too.
When a brick was thrown through a 5-year-old Jewish boy’s bedroom window in 1993 because it was decorated with a colorful menorah, Margie MacDonald inspired the community to take a stand.
Twenty years ago, hate reached a boiling point in Billings.
After searching for more than a day, the Musselshell County Sheriff's Office on Thursday was finally able reel in five runaways from a Roundup group home using crowdsourced tips from the community.
A 70-year-old Butte man died in the hospital Wednesday after a wreck earlier this week.
Rain was not enough to deter the hundreds of people who showed up Saturday for the 23rd annual Strawberry Festival, where live music, crafts and a variety of food, including a 60-foot strawberry shortcake — a signature dish for the event, was available.
Eager and full of energy, about 350 ZooMontana members of all ages showed up Friday afternoon to greet the two latest additions to the zoo's family: sister Siberian tigers Jasmine and Sophie.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge’s ruling that declared California’s tough teacher-tenure laws unconstitutional has left some people in Montana concerned of possible ripple effects closer to home.
ESPN commentator and National Hot Rod Association announcer Alan Reinhart has never been to a race track where he didn’t feel welcome.
Billings, it may be time to loosen your belt. Again.
In past primaries, long lines causing big headaches have been enough to deter some Billings residents from casting a ballot.