A 26-year-old woman — a key witness in the homicide case against her husband — was arrested after she failed to appear for the start of his trial Monday and is now facing a felony meth distribution charge.
Why doesn’t she just leave?
Prosecutors have charged a 19-year-old man with raping and injuring an 18-year-old woman in July.
A 22-year-old man made an initial court appearance Wednesday on charges alleging he drunkenly drove the wrong way down a one-way street in Billings, hitting another vehicle head-on.
A 33-year-old Phoenix woman is facing allegations of dealing meth out of a Billings hotel room and exposing her 14-year-old son to the dangerous drug after police investigated an overheard conversation about a bogus murder cover up, according to prosecutors.
A 19-year-old man charged with raping two underage girls has agreed to plead guilty to two sex offenses in exchange for dismissal of a felony drug case, and his mother — who is charged with having nude photos of one of her son’s underage victims — is still awaiting trial.
A 31-year-old woman accused of driving with her two children as passengers while under the influence of marijuana made an initial court appearance Tuesday on DUI and endangerment charges.
A Billings judge on Tuesday sentenced a 30-year-old man who assaulted his wife in January and again in April to the Montana Department of Corrections.
Police are continuing to investigate an Oct. 2 homicide in downtown Billings that left a 36-year-old man dead after an unknown suspect shot him in the abdomen.
Police are continuing to search for a man who abandoned a motorcycle and jumped into the Yellowstone River from a Highway 212/310 bridge on Oct. 5 after a high-speed pursuit.
High winds, drifting snow and icy conditions above Vista Point on the Montana side of Beartooth Pass and above Long Lake on the Wyoming side of the highway continued to keep the scenic route closed on Monday.
Billings should see breezy but mostly sunny weather through Wednesday, when a high in the upper 70s is expected, followed by mostly sunny skies with slightly cooler temperatures later in the week.
A 22-year-old man is facing a felony theft charge after investigators matched his fingerprint to a print a police officer found on a spray paint can inside a stolen car painted with graffiti, according to prosecutors.
A man accused of drunkenly crashing into another driver was charged Friday with an 11th DUI, and a judge set his bond at $50,000.
Prosecutors Thursday charged a man with aggravated assault after he allegedly choked his wife on Tuesday until she passed out and later threatened to rip her head off and defecate down her throat.
MILES CITY — A 17-year-old charged with assaulting two detention officers and spitting on two more at a youth detention facility will be tried as an adult, a judge recently ordered.
Former Ohio instructor's mental state a factor in jury's split verdict in high-speed chase, theft case
A jury recently convicted a former Ohio university instructor — who is facing attempted kidnapping charges in Oregon — of two charges in connection to a October 2013 high-speed chase that spanned three counties but found him not guilty of a third charge “by reason of mental disease or defect.”
A 23-year-old man on probation for assaulting his pregnant girlfriend in June 2012 is accused of assaulting the same woman again as she shielded their 2-year-old daughter.
A woman accused of handing employees at two Billings businesses a scribbled note stating “GIVE ME THE $ OR WE ALL DIE” has been charged with two counts of felony robbery.
A 22-year-old woman charged with fatally stabbing another woman in the neck outside a Billings bar may argue at trial that she used justifiable use of force, according to her attorney.
A suspected meth user’s unique face tattoos helped police quickly identify and arrest him when they responded to a disturbance at a Billings hotel on Sept. 28, according to charging documents.
A man accused of drunkenly assaulting his wife and two of her young children in April 2013 accepted a plea deal Tuesday and admitted to two felony charges.
Investigators found a .44 caliber black-powder revolver that a man may have used in January to gun down a Lockwood resident and in August sent the weapon to the ATF for testing — and that testing has allowed prosecutors to delay the trial, according to court records.
A man and his young son went home Saturday night and found an alleged burglar who reportedly offered to share his heroin, according to prosecutors.
After failing to reach a resolution, Red Lodge state senator Jason Priest — who is accused of throwing his 4-year-old daughter through a doorway and trying to push his wife down some stairs — is scheduled to go to trial.