A Billings man who was one of the first to graduate from a District Court treatment program was sentenced to 13 months in prison for his fifth drunken-driving offense on Monday.
Wind speeds up to 50 mph and temperatures in the low 50s are expected Monday from Billings to Livingston.
The Car Factory celebrates everything from holidays to breast cancer awareness with high-flying decorations
Billings motorists who frequently drive down State Avenue where it meets Underpass Avenue have probably noticed the kaleidoscope of colors adorning the flagpoles at The Car Factory.
A 38-year-old Browning man died and a second man was injured in a crash early Sunday morning after the vehicle they were traveling in rolled several times off Highway 213 near Cut Bank.
It’s been a slow few days for Wildlife Research Specialist Jay Watson, who has been manning the Riverside Park hunter check station on opening weekend of deer and elk season.
Residents spoiled by unseasonably warm temperatures during the last week will get a dose of reality starting Sunday afternoon.
The woman killed while riding her skateboard along Highway 2 west of Poplar has been identified as 20-year-old Jamie Sweet of Poplar.
The unseasonably warm weather Billings has been experiencing for the last few weeks will continue until temperatures drop on Sunday when rain enters the forecast.
A 34-year-old woman died Tuesday night after the car she was driving collided with another vehicle on Highway 5 near Plentywood.
Another sunny day is likely in Billings on Wednesday, but temperatures are expected to be a little cooler than they were Tuesday.
When it comes to tie-dyeing T-shirts, there's a special technique to getting adequate color into the tightly twisted fabric.
Two Lodge Grass residents died Friday night on Highway 463 when they were struck by a woman driving a Ford Fusion.
Another day with above-normal temperatures is expected on Tuesday, but possible showers overnight will likely cool highs on Wednesday.
Through the open garage door of the newly built Swing Lab at the Peter Yegen Golf Club, the view from where instructor Randy Northrop stood was picture perfect.
Clear skies are expected in Billings Monday and Tuesday, but a shower is possible Tuesday night.
Even though Montana’s Master Gardener of The Year Sharon Wetsch lives in Forsyth, she’s racked up about 300 volunteer hours in Billings this year.
The two eastbound lanes of Laurel Road were closed for about an hour Sunday while Billings Police Officers investigated a crash that sent a 43-year-old Billings man to the hospital with minor injuries.
An 18-year-old motorcyclist was taken to a Billings hospital after being thrown from the motorcycle he was riding near Mullowney Lane and Holiday Avenue in Billings on Sunday.
Crystal clear skies and temperatures in the 70s are likely for most of the week in Billings.
Police are still investigating an incident in which a man fired a shot into his lawn after believing intruders were in his front yard.
On Friday the Montana Conservation Corps will receive an award from the Bureau of Land Management office in Billings, though by the end of the year, MCC will shutter its office here.
As cold weather closes in on the Yellowstone Valley, road crews are winding down $19 million in projects on two busy stretches of highway near Billings.
Temperatures will be almost 20 degrees cooler than they were on Wednesday in Billings, but skies will still be mostly clear and no rain is in the forecast.
It could be argued that Sean Jones and Kaleb Gnerer took the Billings Senior High School’s Western Day theme a little too seriously when they showed up to school in the saddle.
Sunny skies and highs in the 70s will make for near-perfect weather in Billings Wednesday.