BILLINGS – MetraPark announced Monday that “Weird Al” Yankovic will perform at the Rimrock Auto Arena next summer. Yankovic will bring the Strings Attached Tour to
Billings Senior High School science teacher Craig Beals showed the Montana This Morning crew a few cooking tips on Monday.
BILLINGS- One person was injured Friday night in a three-car accident on South Frontage Road west of Billings in front of the Cenex food basket store.
BILLINGS- Sixty-five years ago today, channel 2 first went on the air in Billings. We were then known as KOOK-TV on Nov. 8, 1953. As
BILLINGS – Protesters gathered in Billings and other cities nationwide Thursday to support the Russia investigation into the Trump administration. The “Nobody Is Above the
BILLINGS- No one was significantly injured in a fight involving more than a dozen students near Billings Senior High School on Tuesday, Superintendent Greg Upham
North Dakota was one of two states attempting to legalize recreational marijuana during the Tuesday election. While it passed in Michigan, North Dakota voted against
Bill Kennedy and Dr. Dan Edelman visited the Q2 Studio on Thursday morning to share information about the upcoming events at MSU-B on Veterans Day,
Rachel Braswell and Madisyn Hudecek of Absarokee High School are this week’s Students of the Week. Students of the Week airs on Tuesday during the
BILLINGS- I-90 and I-94 east of Billings are very slick and dangerous. Use extra caution on these and other roads in the area. Snow has
BILLINGS- The race for a new state district judge in Yellowstone County could be headed for a recount. Billings lawyer Juli Pierce held a thin
BILLINGS – The Billings Police Department announced Wednesday it has gone live on Twitter and will no longer issue traditional press releases. “Our goal
A Florida man wearing Crocs jumped into a pond at an alligator farm and got bitten. Then he was arrested.
BILLINGS – Law enforcement is responding to numerous slide-offs and accidents in the Billings area, including on Interstate 90. In Billings, westbound traffic was at
BILLINGS – Since 2007, eight complaints have been filed with the Montana health department against a Billings daycare center where a 6-month-old baby was recently locked