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A 14-year-old girl was reported missing then found dead two weeks later on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. Grieving the loss of Henny Scott, her family raise questions about the investigation into her disappearance and death.
A lawsuit filed Sept. 21 in Custer County District Court in Miles City alleges that James "Doc" Jensen groomed and sexually abused dozens of boys over 28 years working as an athletic trainer for the Custer County District High School.
The man behind the largest house ever built in Billings is in federal custody in Virginia, charged with making fraudulent statements to the FBI.
Compelling, provocative and nonpartisan viewpoints that boil down complicated issues.
After five locations, 55 years and serving countless homemade tortillas, a beloved Billings staple is closing its doors.
When residents across Billings hung printed images of the menorah in the windows in their homes, the community-wide a show of solidarity with the Jewish community pushed open displays of white nationalism and antisemitism in the town into the dark. "But it never really went away," said Rabbi Uri Barnea. "We know that the dark elements will always be with us."
The Babcock Theatre, completed in 1907, has an expansive history that mirrors the evolution of Billings, a railroad town eager to prove itself as more than a quick stop, with plenty of hardship and loss as it grew. Step into its story here.