Breaking the Monopoly of Mediocrity, a cross-country tour focused on education reform, stopped in Billings on Thursday evening.
Newly elected U.S. Rep. Steve Daines reached out to Billings residents Tuesday during an open house held at his downtown office.
For Kelsey Lyles, the most significant moment of her life is one she cannot remember. It’s one that has been told and retold to her, and still slides through the cracks of her memory.
A new crop of community gardens in Billings will sprout in the coming spring weeks.
With a two-time winning streak behind him, Jackson Hall gained even more momentum at Saturday’s 48th annual Treasure State Spelling Bee.
With a combination of science, math and creativity, anything is possible, guest scientist Hunter Lloyd told an audience Friday evening at Montana State University Billings’ Petro Theatre.
The man whose body was found Thursday below Zimmerman Park was identified Friday as 53-year-old Frederick Johnson.
Yellowstone gateway community members of Cody will plow ahead with their effort to clear Yellowstone National Park’s East Entrance on its traditional opening day of May 3.
A man and woman, both from Worland, Wyo., died Monday after a two-vehicle crash south of Manderson in Big Horn County.
Violent and property crime in Billings have increased for the second year in a row, according to the Billings Police Department’s 2012 annual report, which was released Tuesday.
Just more than three years ago, Taylor Sheehan was a high school athlete coming to grips with spending the rest of her life in a wheelchair after a car crash.
The moment she saw him step off the plane Saturday, Bailey O’Connor ran as fast as she could toward Sgt. Corey Shafer through a crowd of hundreds of people that were just as eager to embrace their loved ones returning home from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan.
In the world of science, unexpected problems appear out of nowhere. And, sometimes, so do the solutions.
The Montana Women's Prison warden, Jo Acton, was placed on administrative leave with pay on Wednesday by the Department of Human Resources Bureau.
Brady Castellion asked his parents over the weekend if he could attend Central High School for his upcoming freshman year.
A group of Billings Senior High students gathered in a classroom early Wednesday around a long table with various cut out and collected words and phrases.
The doors of the Prairie Winds Cafe will blow closed in June after 12 years of business.
Soldiers from the Montana Army National Guard’s 484th Military Police Company are back on American soil after a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan and will soon be returning to Montana.
One person was injured and rush-hour traffic was slowed in Laurel on Thursday afternoon after a crash involving a truck and a motorcycle at the Interstate 90 eastbound on-ramp from Highway 212 in front of the CHS refinery.
Curtis Whicker said people in China were stunned when he and his wife, Tana, mentioned that they were raising 12 children in Montana and were visiting to adopt another child.
A man who was critically injured Feb. 28 in a fire that destroyed a body shop on Terry Avenue has been upgraded to good condition.
Dr. Michael Copeland is no stranger to performing lateral spine fusion surgeries.
A fire that destroyed a shop building is being investigated by the Big Horn County Sheriff's Office and the state Fire Marshal's office.
A group of skaters dressed in black glided across the Centennial Arena ice Thursday afternoon in solid formation.
After several months of waiting at the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter for the right family, Mason finally found a new home Saturday.