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When government fails, indigenous women take their search for missing loved ones online

The relative silence over the disappearance of two Native American women was Deborah Maytubee-Shipman’s call to action.

After wrongful rape conviction, burning through $1M, Bromgard happy as stay-at-home dad

Jimmy Ray Bromgard is a stay-at-home dad. He fixes cars and inks tattoos in his spare time, and he doesn’t dwell on the past.

Complete coverage: Longtime Miles City athletic trainer accused of abusing dozens of boys

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.

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New kind of primary care clinic set to open in Billings

On April 1, Cole Whitmoyer will open a different kind of medical clinic in Billings.

Home explosion: 30 years later, Billings man still looking for closure around father's death

On their last night together, Kim Sutton showed his son how to use a handsaw. Travis, 12 years old at the time, had a school assignment to show a tree's annual rings. While Travis struggled to cut through the piece of wood, his dad made quick work of it in just a few swift thrusts of the saw.  

Closure of longtime Billings Irish bar and restaurant Pug Mahon's brings 'laughter and tears'

First the kitchen started running out of food. Then the bar began running out of beer, liquor and wine. But toward the end of what appears to have been its final week in Billings, Pug Mahon’s still hadn’t run out of people.

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