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12-year-old arrested in Billings house fire that hospitalized 6
A 12-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of intentionally starting ahouse fire in Billings that sent six people to hospitalsearly Tuesday morning, according to the Billings Police DepartmentA "joint investigation" determined the fire had been intentionally set, according to a press release i
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Man accused of raping woman in East Billings
A 20-year-old man has been charged with raping a woman early Sunday in Billings.Romellow Devon Bigday appeared in Yellowstone County Justice Court on Monday on charges of aggravated sexual intercourse without consent and felony drug possession.Officers responded to the 1400 block of Sixth Avenue Nor
Billings man sentenced to 55 years for non-fatal shooting
BILLINGS, Mont. —A Billings man has been sentenced to 55 1/2 years in prison for firing a gun at a car last summer, hitting a woman in the head.The Billings Gazette reports the sentence Steven Eugene Kueffler received Monday was what the prosecution had recommended.Prosecutors say Kueffler had been
Another video shows man dangerously near Yellowstone spring
The video below was taken by Kelly Kosciuk, of Savannah, Georgia, and shared by ABC FOX Montana, appears to show the same man taking a shoe off next to Beryl Spring, one of Yellowstone's hottest springs. The spring averages nearly 200 degrees.
Dozens of Native American Women Have Disappeared in Montana
Since January 2018, dozens of Native American Women have disappeared in Montana. In this short film fromGen [R], reporter Kris Reyes explores why this is happening and what is being done about it. She interviews Kimberly Loring, whose sister Ashley is one of the many who have gone missing, Native fi
States sue over Trump pollution rollback
Methane, the main component of natural gas, is frequently wasted through leaks or intentional releases during oil and gas drilling.
Committee considers full-week spring break for Billings students
"It's just a starting point," said SD2 business administrator Daniela Walsh, who leads the committee.
Man who shot woman in another car in the head in Billings gets 55 years
The man who shot three times at another nighttime driver last summer, grazing her scalp, was sentenced to prison Monday after more than five hours of witness testimony.
Saturday Live helps pay for laptops, playgrounds and books in Billings schools
Moses Morien, 4, reaches for assistance while playing in the bungee run during the annual Saturday Live event in Pioneer Park in 2017.
Billings house fire sends six to hospital Tuesday morning
Six people in the house -- four children and two adults -- were taken to an area hospital to be treated, said Ed Regele, Billings Fire Battalion Commander.
Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle Denied Permission for Rally at Montana Restaurant
Table for none. A Montana restaurant has pulled the plug on hosting Donald Trump Jr. and girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle's campaign rally for Republican Matt Rosendale. President Donald Trump's eldest son and his girlfriend, a former Fox News host, were set to speak at the Midtown Tavern in Bozeman, M
HPD arrests man for 8th DWI - Hobbs News Sun
Raymond Castillo Jr., 39, of Billings, Mont., was charged with aggravated DWI, a second-degree felony, after allegedly causing a crash in the parking lot of a restaurant at the 5100 block of North Loving-ton Highway.
Trump administration rolls back Obama-era methane pollution rule that aimed to help combat climate change
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Gazette opinion: Billings health careers start in high school
To build the future workforce Billings needs, this community must start training students today. Leaders of several local health care organizations got a look at that strategy in action Tuesday morning at the Career Center. Partnerships between the Billings Public Schools, Montana State University B
Rimrock Plastic Modelers to host annual show
Some of the region’s best model builders will show off their work in Billings on Saturday, Sept. 22.Rimrock Plastic Modelers will host its 14th annual contest and show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 22, at Mayflower Congregational Church, 2940 Poly Drive. The public event is free.
Billings house fire sends 6 to hospital Tuesday morning
An early morning house fire in Billings sent four adults and two children to the hospital for smoke inhalation Tuesday.No one else appeared to have been in the house when the fire broke out on the 2100 block of Yellowstone Avenue, according to Billings Fire Department Battalion Chief Ed Regele. He s
Billings City Council examines planning code for updates to gambling business regulations
Billings has 113 gambling businesses — 18 fewer than it had 10 years ago. Gamblers play at 2,000 machines throughout Billings, a number that’s up by about 200 over the past 10 years.Billings gambling establishments turned over $12.6 million in taxes during the 2017-18 fiscal year, and the Montana Ga
Behind closed doors, Billings City Council will decide on city administrator finalists
On Friday, Art Davis, senior vice president forSpringsted/Waters, the firm hired to help the council determine who will be the next leader of Montana’s largest city, sent each of the 11 council members information on all 11 applicants. Cole said Davis, a former city manager turned executive recruite
Class-action lawsuit accuses Billings of illegally collecting $10 court fee
The city of Billings has illegally collected a $10 surcharge from every person who has been convicted or pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges or traffic violations since 2005, a class-action lawsuit filed Friday argues.The lawsuit argues that “since sometime in 2005,” Billings “has been illegally c