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Doug Vezey got off work early on Halloween last year. It was supposed to be a quiet weekend.
If homes could talk, George and Jean Wallis’ house would have quite the tale.
A 38-year-old woman with three previous DUI convictions is accused of biting a detention officer and kicking a police officer after being pulled over for another DUI.
A man accused of raping a 16-year-old girl more than a year ago made his initial appearance in court Wednesday.
A 37-year-old man with two prior assault convictions faces charges that he pushed his girlfriend and choked her until she blacked out at a Billings hotel.
After 116 years in Billings, St. Vincent Healthcare has had its share of notable patients. But one stands out.
A Salvation Army bell ringer was reportedly robbed Tuesday afternoon while collecting money in front of Wal-Mart on King Avenue West, said the commander of the Billings Salvation Army, Major Edward Markum.
Billings police are looking for a man who fled on foot after the Chevy Impala he was driving collided with another Impala on the South Side. Police are treating the car as stolen.
A 42-year-old man arrived at Billings Clinic on Saturday after an alleged stranger reportedly shot him in the back of the thigh at Motel 6 North at 5353 Midland Road.
A three-letter word spray-painted onto Cain Stacy’s trailer door in the Heights greets the bisexual teen whenever he comes home.
Miriam Avery drives a black Cadillac CTS-V with a license plate that reads “Cubana” and another vehicle with a license plate that reads “Havana1.”
As Mr. and Mrs. Claus pulled into Lockwood Elementary School in a yellow firetruck, a single-file line of anxious children formed out of the clusters of families that had been waiting in the gravel parking lot.
A 52-year-old Billings man was hospitalized late Friday night after getting stabbed outside Lee’s 27th Street Saloon on the South Side.
A carport fire on Rex Lane near Bench Elementary destroyed two vehicles Thursday night, charring the structure’s roof, rafters and back wall in the process.
Law enforcement is seeking the public’s help in locating a 42-year-old woman last seen around Billings.
Roughly two dozen people attended a candlelight vigil on the federal courthouse steps Wednesday night to remember the unarmed men and women around the country who have been killed by police.
The instructions were simple.
With enrollment on the rise and plans for a new multimillion-dollar West End facility in the works, the Billings Catholic Schools system is flourishing.
Thousands of people lined the streets of downtown Friday for the 30th annual Holiday Parade.
Community comes together to make Thanksgiving for families at Ronald McDonald House for 32nd straight year
For the 32nd year in a row, students and volunteers Wednesday lent a hand at the Ronald McDonald House to help make Thanksgiving possible for the families staying there.
After quietly raising nearly $10 million over two-plus years, the Billings Catholic Schools announced plans for a new school at Colton Boulevard and Woody Drive on Tuesday.
Dozens of volunteers from organizations across Billings rolled up their sleeves Saturday and helped unload more than a thousand boxes of Thanksgiving dinners from the back of semi-trailers.
The Yellowstone Court Appointed Special Advocates program, an organization dedicated to helping abused children, added nine more volunteers to its roster Tuesday.
Community members have teamed up to raise money for a Billings family whose lives were changed Halloween night.
Bonnie Willis was in her bedroom just before 9 a.m. on Wednesday when she heard a pop.
At least two dogs died Wednesday morning in a fire that tore through a West End home, sending homeowner Bonnie Willis running barefoot into the frigid streets for safety.
Billings YWCA CEO Merry Lee Olson recently received a $21,000 check — the largest yet from the organization’s Endowment Foundation, which began cutting checks three years ago.
ASHLAND — The night 36-year-old David Leroy Vallie was killed, his 2-year-old daughter, Daynee, woke up screaming and crying.
Emme Keehner can’t wait for Saturday.
A Bismarck, N.D., man shot by a Sidney police officer last Friday is recovering at St. Vincent Healthcare and was in fair condition on Wednesday afternoon.
With only 30 minutes until polls closed, a line of more than 45 anxious late voters snaked its way around the Montana Pavilion at MetraPark.
Fundraisers have been set up for a Billings man who faces a lengthy recovery after being run over by a truck Halloween night while walking his dog.
Big Horn County Undersheriff Mike Fuss said his officers are still looking for an 85-year-old Hardin man’s attackers.
Update 10:15 a.m. Saturday: No update was available from the Billings Police Department on Saturday. But a family member of the pedestrian injured in the Friday night accident said the man's injuries are severe, and that he faces a long recovery. The family member added that the man's dog di…
A monthlong self defense class aimed at fighting cancer as well as bad guys came to an end Wednesday night at Billings Chi-Tu Do.
A disagreement between Lodge Grass and the Crow Tribe over unpaid water bills at a subdivision may soon be resolved, according to Ron Arneson, the town’s attorney.
Hundreds dressed as blood-soaked zombies zigzagged through Billings’ sleepy downtown streets and alleyways Saturday afternoon for the seventh-annual Zombie Walk.
An 85-year-old man is recovering at St. Vincent Healthcare after he was beaten last week and “left for dead” inside his Hardin home.
About 1,000 Billings residents on the West End lost power for more than an hour Thursday evening after a piece of equipment failed on a Grand Avenue power pole.
Bunny, Travis, Casey and Candace Burrows were one of 33 families who came to MetraPark Fairgrounds for Saturday’s 21st annual Kids n’ Cowboys at the NILE Rodeo.
Kileen Bilstad, 29, was vacationing with her family in Rapid City, S.D., this summer when she got the scare of her life.
Discussions began Tuesday night at the Animal Control Board meeting to lift a 1960s ban on dogs in city parks.
Fifteen-year-old Suleman Makhani has experienced lots of firsts since he left his home and family 7,543 miles away in Pakistan.
Rocky Mountain College’s soccer field was transformed Saturday night into a 24-hour encampment of colorful cardboard shelters for the seventh annual Cardboard Box City.
Robert Allard, 55, was at his home in Trailer Village watching football and catching up on work Thursday night when he realized his printer was out of ink.
A day after 65-year-old Lodge Grass Acting Mayor Birdie Lion Shows was released from jail, a Crow tribal judge Tuesday again found the mayor and other town officials in contempt.
About 75 people filled the seats of a Montana State University Billings classroom Wednesday evening to discuss options for Montana’s energy future.
When Sheri Weisser saw her uncle’s name in the paper, she couldn’t believe her eyes.
Lodge Grass’ Attorney Ron Arneson feels that he has been misled.
Untested water lines put hundreds of people at risk after Crow bypasses town, restores water to subdivision near Lodge Grass
Lodge Grass — For 11 days, approximately 500 residents of the Johnny Wilson Acres subdivision near Lodge Grass — many of whom are sick and elderly — lived without water.