These may look like regular kids doing an arts and crafts project, but they're not. They are Kids With a Cause. These Boys & Girls club campers have been spending an hour a day at camp for the past two months making and selling arts and crafts. "We just wanted to help children out with cancer treatment," Breanna Williams said.
Over the next few days, you might see some hot air balloons over the Magic City. Thursday morning, as long as the weather cooperates, you could see a few of the balloons as they launch from near Amend Park. The hot air balloons are here for the Big Sky International Balloon Rendezvous. One of the pilots who comes to Billings
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A Phillips County sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man during a confrontation along U.S. Highway 191 south of Malta on Wednesday morning. The Department of Justice says the deputy was stabbed several times and was being treated at a Great Falls hospital. The victim's name and age have not been released. MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) -
HAVRE, Mont. (AP) - A Havre bank teller has been charged with embezzling nearly $130,000 from her employer over several years. The Havre Daily News reported Tuesday ( http://bit.ly/2avtFyy ) that Peggy Teel acknowledged the theft to police. Teel, who worked as head teller at Bear Paw Credit Union, is charged with one felony count of theft by embezzlement. She's
UPDATE: (Tuesday Evening) InciWeb reports the Lava Mountain Fire grew another 2,000 acres Tuesday. It's now burning 11,100 acres. 749 personnel are fighting the fire. Additional residences were added to the 'SET' stage of evacuation Tuesday, including Stoney Point, Bald Mountain, Upper Little Warm Springs and Lower Little Warm Springs. UPDATE: (Tuesday Afternoon) The wildfire near Dubois grows more than 2,000 acres
The fire between Ten Sleep and Buffalo is 60 percent contained. The Incident Information System reports the Hatchery Fire has burned 2,802 acres since it was sparked Friday. Incident Command Spokesman Brett Haberstick said more than 300 people are fighting the fire. Haberstick said fire investigators determined overheated brakes on an unknown car, RV or truck caught the dry grass on
Women living amidst greenery were 13 percent less likely to die of cancer.
A paraglider got more adventure than he bargained for after he and his canopy collapsed in San Bernardino in a caught-on-camera moment.