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.
A man who lives at 3044 Rimrock Road fired a shot from his 12-gauge into his front yard believing intruders were trying to break into his home Wednesday morning.
Police are still searching for a man who abandoned a motorcycle and jumped into the Yellowstone River from a Highway 212/310 bridge after a pursuit Sunday.
Eastbound lanes were cleared and reopened by about 9 a.m. Three separate wrecks have stopped eastbound traffic on Interstate 90 between Billings and Laurel, from mile marker 437 to 439. The accidents have all lanes blocked from the Mossmain exit to the east side of the Mossmain Scale. No …
After a windy Monday in Billings, Tuesday's weather is expected to feature calmer winds, cooler temperatures and a possible shower.
The First Avenue North location of Angry Hank’s craft brewery is slated to close on Halloween night, eight years to the day since it opened in 2006.
A Sweet Grass County High School employee has been put on paid leave after allegations of misconduct were brought by a student.
A 38-year-old woman was taken to the hospital and cited for careless driving Monday morning after causing a three-vehicle crash at the corner of State Avenue and Second Avenue South.
An investigation into a Thursday morning homicide in front of an apartment building at 619 N. 31st St. is continuing.
The Yellowstone and Carbon sheriff's departments are still searching for a man who abandoned his motorcycle and jumped into the Yellowstone River following a chase Sunday night.
Sunny skies and mild temperatures are expected on Monday, but windy conditions could make being outside a little less enjoyable for Billings residents.
On Wednesday afternoons, sitting at a large white table at Wild Purls Yarns, conversation and laughter can be heard over the constant clicking of knitting needles.
Sunny, clear and warm weather should stick around in Billings for most of the week, though windy conditions are expected.
A 31-year-old male from Christiansburg, Va., died near near Four Corners on Sunday morning when the pickup he was driving collided with a semitrailer.
A Saturday night fire that inflicted burns on a man after his pajama bottoms ignited was started by a malfunctioning light fixture.
As hunting season begins, smokers like the one in Trent Bell’s backyard will soon be cooking some of this year’s harvest.
The steamy breath of about 20 Big Sky Elementary School students was clearly visible in the early Tuesday morning light as they gathered on a field next to the school and stretched, getting loose before their run.