Owners of the open fields on the north side of Highway 3 in front of the Billings Flying Service headquarters are looking to develop the property.
Montana’s state parks reported a record number of visitors in 2020, officials said Thursday, noting it was a 30% increase from 2019, despite temporary closures and declines in group activities at some facilities due to COVID-19.
Monday night's vote took place nearly six hours after the 5:30 p.m. meeting started; its approval for a possible final reading at the Jan. 25 council meeting passed on an 8-3 vote.
The city drew one step closer to adopting a complete rewrite of its zoning code after spending much of Monday night debating the merits of the…
For more than three years, planners and staffers at city hall have grappled over how best to direct the future growth of Billings to better re…
On the eve of Election Day, Billings Mayor Bill Cole encouraged city residents to make sure their voices are heard by casting their ballots if…
Rapper Nelly has revealed he and his longtime love Shantel Jackson are heading towards an engagement.
Many Montana State Parks saw a major increase in visitation over the first half of the year -- a time which included the first three months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said some communities have been substantially destroyed and hundreds of homes lost because of “unprecedented” wildfires in the Pacific Northwest.
Park officials are winding down the search for 68-year-old Barry Trager, who did not return to his vehicle near Kintla Lake in the northwest area of Glacier National Park on July 25.
Search efforts are underway in Glacier National Park for a 68-year-old Columbia Falls man who reportedly did not return from a hike in the Kintla Lake area, in the northwestern part of the park.
New construction in Billings during the first four months of 2020 is happening at a faster pace by a significant margin than it was at this po…
Plans for Coulson Park, with its proposed amphitheater, bike track and boat landing, are now officially on the city's books.
KALISPELL — Glacier National Park officials are searching for a shuttle service operator in northwest Montana after ending a decade-long partnership with the Flathead County in December.
Check out the final scores turned in today.