Since June 6, Baptist Minister Len Crow has logged about 3,000 miles in the saddle as he makes his way from Alaska’s North Slope toward Guadalajara, Mexico.
Flurries are likely to continue until the middle of the morning on Monday in Billings, but the 2.7 inches of snow that made it to the ground in Billings will probably melt slowly. The National Weather Service predicts daytime highs on Monday and Tuesday won't break out of the upper 20s.
On Sunday at the D and D Trees lot at the corner of 10th Street West and Broadwater Avenue in Billings, 3-year-old Emmett Gilfeather ran circles around his grandparents as he got the honor of picking this year’s Christmas tree.
A woman died after her vehicle rolled end-over-end on Pryor Gap Road on Sunday near Pryor.
Temperatures in the 40s and 50s will be a thing of the past this week as a storm from the west drops snow and chills the air in Billings.
Almost every bit of space in the Beartooth Elementary School gymnasium was occupied with 520 students as they handed over more than 500 holiday cards to representatives from the U.S. Army and Navy.
Unseasonably warm weather will continue on Thursday and Friday as sunny skies and highs reach almost 60 in Billings.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Taylor Jones, 24, of Bozeman, who walked away from the Alpha House Men’s Prerelease Center in Billings early Thursday.
An out-of-the-way location and lackluster sales have prompted the Salvation Army to close its thrift store at 10 S. 30th St.
Nonprofit law firm Montana Legal Services will close its First Avenue North office on Dec. 22 and move to a new space on the fourth floor of the Valley Federal Credit Union Building, 207 N. Broadway.
Unseasonably high temperatures in the 50s will continue in Billings through Saturday when precipitation enters the forecast and highs fall back into the 30s and 40s over the weekend.
A walker discovered the body of a 36-year-old Roberts man Sunday in Coulson Park in Billings.
Temperatures are expected to continue to hover about 10 degrees above average this week in Billings.
In the visitation room of the Montana Women’s Prison in Billings on Monday morning, the voices of nine women lifted the spirits of inmates with songs of Christmas.
The thundering sound of about 600 motorcycle engines could be heard from several blocks away as bikes began to arrive at Fire Station 1, 2305 Eighth Ave. N., for the 30th annual Toy Run organized by the Roaddogs Independent Riders Organization.
Two people were arrested and booked into the Yellowstone County Detention Facility in connection with a Sunday morning robbery.
A 24-year-old man who died after his car rolled on Interstate 90 near Dunmore on Nov. 19 has been identified as Clyde A. Redwoman Jr.
Sunny skies are expected to keep the Billings area in the upper 40s and low 50s for most of the week.
The Al Bedoo Shrine auditorium was a flurry of activity as 22 members of Billings Senior High’s Key Club gathered around their Christmas tree adorning it with handmade velvet ball ornaments.
Popular Billings business Sage Spa and Salon closed about three weeks ago.
Mostly cloudy skies and a chance of rain is expected in Billings over the next few days, but high temperatures will likely continue a steady rise toward weekend highs near 50.
When Billings Head Start parent Megan Boyles saw the tables in an empty classroom filled with Christmas decorations, she dug right in.
Favorable weather is expected in Billings on Tuesday as temperatures make a slow march up to Saturday's high of 50, though evening lows will remain chilly.
The Montana Department of Transportation has closed a bridge over Fly Creek on the Custer Frontage Road after an inspection showed deterioration in its timber pilings.
The body of a man discovered under a Interstate 94 bridge over the Yellowstone River in Glendive has been identified as 26-year-old Nicholas David Henri.