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The task force was announced Tuesday, a week after a rally held for 18-year-old Kaysera Stops Pretty Places, who went missing in August and was found dead two days later.
Members of the Crow Tribe are concerned after a Montana-born New York investment banker began helicoptering building materials deep into the Crazy Mountains to construct a cabin on a remote parcel of his private land.
Montana roadways have seen a significant increase in deaths from crashes this year, and state agencies are reminding people to stay safe during the long Labor Day weekend.
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Kent, Washington-based outdoor retailer REI is building its first store in Billings on the far West End.
Jesse Dimich-Louvet readily admits that he didn't know much about student homelessness.
Heading down Fourth Avenue North on the east end of Billings — an industrial area slowly redeveloping — it’s worth a double take as you’re passing 13th Street West. That's where a blighted block formerly lined with decaying buildings and a junk lot has been transformed into the brightest spo…