- Cities seek revival of public intoxication bill Updated: Oct-03-15 9:05 am
HELENA, Montana - Billings and Missoula officials are renewing their call to state lawmakers to allow them to criminalize public intoxication.
- Billings treatment center receives grant for inmate program Updated: Oct-03-15 5:08 am
BILLINGS, Montana - A Billings addiction treatment center has received a multi-year federal grant to help fund treatment and transitional living for recently released inmates.
- Dulcie's finest hour: doing her bit to decode war secrets Updated: Oct-02-15 5:01 am
BOZEMAN, Montana - At age 92, Dulcie Klusmann still walks without a cane. She still has her bright blue eyes and sunny smile, charming English accent and self-deprecating sense of humor.
- Feds: Proposed pipeline rules could have prevented accidents Updated: Oct-02-15 3:25 am
BILLINGS, Montana - New federal rules proposed for pipelines that carry oil and other hazardous liquids could have prevented more than 200 accidents since 2010, including a Michigan rupture that ranks as the costliest onshore spill in U.S. history, federal officials said.
- Man killed in rollover crash near Wolf Point ID'd Updated: Oct-01-15 11:53 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - Authorities have released the name of a man who was killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash near Wolf Point.
- Escaped inmate with homicide conviction captured in Oregon Updated: Oct-01-15 2:05 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - A man who walked away from a Billings pre-release center last week has been arrested, along with his wife, in Portland, Oregon.
- School districts lenient on new vaccine law Updated: Oct-01-15 1:41 pm
HELENA, Montana - School districts across Montana are giving students a bit more time to meet the state's new vaccine requirements.
- Prosecutor suggests 20 years for teacher in child pornography case Updated: Oct-01-15 5:38 am
BILLINGS, Montana - Prosecutors say they will recommend a sentence of nearly 20 years for a former Livingston and Billings West High School teacher and basketball coach who pleaded guilty to sexually exploiting children and distributing child pornography.
- Billings teen struck, injured by SUV Updated: Sep-30-15 1:50 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - A 13-year-old Billings boy was injured after being struck by a sport utility vehicle while skateboarding across Broadwater Avenue.
- Sage grouse provision left out of defense bill Updated: Sep-30-15 12:20 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - Congress has failed to advance a measure that would have blocked new land-use plans meant to protect a wide-ranging Western bird, the greater sage grouse.
- Cape Air to continue service between rural Montana cities Updated: Sep-30-15 4:43 am
BILLINGS, Montana - The federal government has approved Cape Air for another contract to provide Essential Air Service flights in Montana.
- Man charged with sexually assaulting girls in foster care Updated: Sep-29-15 5:15 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - A 68-year-old Billings man is charged with sexually assaulting two girls who are in foster care.
- Yellowstone's 2nd-largest geyser erupts for nearly an hour Updated: Sep-29-15 2:20 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - One of Yellowstone National Park's largest geysers shot to life early Monday morning, an eruption that would have occurred in the dark if not for a full moon.
- Billings man gets 7 years for trying to purchase sex slaves Updated: Sep-29-15 1:54 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - A Billings man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for attempting to purchase two women to use as sex slaves in what he called a stone dungeon in the basement of his residence.
- Tongue River road trip replaces backpack outing Updated: Sep-26-15 1:05 pm
BILINGS, Montana - When the threat of snow cooled the urge for a weekend backpacking trip into the Beartooth Mountains, we decided to venture south. The journey resulted in the discovery of a contrary piece of country as well as a reconnection to an older style of travel - the Sunday drive.
- Lawsuits challenge limits on industry that aim to save bird Updated: Sep-25-15 6:04 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - Officials in Idaho and Nevada and some mining companies sued the federal government over new restrictions on mining, energy development and grazing that are intended to protect a declining bird species across millions of acres of the American West.
- Billings man sentenced for violent attack on elderly veteran Updated: Sep-24-15 4:01 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - A 27-year-old Billings man has been sentenced to 10 years with the Department of Corrections, with five suspended, for a brutal attack in which an elderly veteran was beaten, burned and robbed.
- Man convicted of trying to frame detective in arson Updated: Sep-24-15 2:36 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - A Billings man was acquitted of arson in a fire set outside his parents' house but convicted of trying to make it look like a Yellowstone County sheriff's detective was responsible for setting the blaze.
- Billings boy hit by car while walking to school Updated: Sep-24-15 11:28 am
BILLINGS, Montana - A 13-year-old Billings boy suffered a life-threatening injury when he was struck by a car while walking to school.
- Judge approves deal that tightens trapping to protect lynx Updated: Sep-23-15 6:09 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - A federal judge gave final approval to an agreement between wildlife advocates and Montana officials that tightens state regulations to reduce the chance of trappers accidentally killing threatened Canada lynx.
- Inmate with homicide conviction escapes during outing Updated: Sep-23-15 3:08 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - An inmate who was convicted in the 2010 beating death of a man he believed had stolen marijuana and cash from him escaped custody by walking away from an outing supervised by staff members of a Billings pre-release center, a state official said Wednesday.
- Woman found in trunk of car is charged with stealing it Updated: Sep-23-15 11:04 am
BILLINGS, Montana - A 25-year-old Livingston woman has been found in the trunk of a car she is charged with stealing.
- Montana senator to escort Pope Francis into Congress session Updated: Sep-23-15 5:12 am
BILLINGS, Montana - Sen. Jon Tester, of Montana, will escort Pope Francis into Thursday's joint session of Congress.
- With no protections for Western bird, focus is on land-use Updated: Sep-23-15 3:59 am
BILLINGS, Montana - Before the applause faded from the U.S. government's announcement that there would be no endangered species protections for the greater sage grouse, the criticism began over wide-reaching federal conservation plans meant to protect the bird's habitat across 11 Western states.
- The Latest: Rancher: Sage grouse cooperation broke distrust Updated: Sep-22-15 2:00 pm
BILLINGS, Montana - The latest on the decision not to list the greater sage grouse as threatened or endangered (all times local):