Mother Nature put on an impressive show over the weekend, bringing much needed moisture across the region. But our drought has unfortunately not yet been erased and Billings still has a ways to go before we completely catch up. Still, with a whopping 1.5 inches of rainfall over the past weekend for the Magic City, we're finally starting to put
An emotional crowd welcomed World War II veterans back to Montana Monday night. Sunday, 84 Montana veterans flew to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorial built in their honor. Vets visited several landmarks from the Lincoln Memorial to Arlington National Cemetery. Local supporters were at Billings Logan Airport Monday night to welcome home these proud soldiers. Supporter, Colleen Barnard said,
STEVENSVILLE, Mont. (AP) - The Ravalli County sheriff's office is investigating after a horse was strangled to death in its corral northeast of Stevensville over the weekend. The Ravalli Republic reports ( http://bit.ly/16LZJ9b ) Patricia Cregan awakened Saturday to find her riding horse, Cooper, dead with a piece of nylon rope tied around its neck. The corral is about 100
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Police in Billings say an intoxicated transient stabbed himself in the chest several times in front of law enforcement officers trying to take him into custody after officers with the U.S. Marshals Service removed him from the federal courthouse. Police Chief Rich St. John says deputies with the Marshals Service called police because they believed the
A Cody teenager killed himself last fall, after being bullied for years. His mother told KULR-8 she complained to school authorities since her son was in kindergarten, but nothing was done.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) - A "Today" show broadcast from Yellowstone National Park has been cancelled. The NBC show's anchors had planned to host the show from Old Faithful on Tuesday morning as part of a weeklong travel series. But the show is broadcasting from Oklahoma instead to cover Tuesday's tornado. Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
The judge overseeing the government's prosecution of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving defendant in the Boston Marathon bombing case, has agreed to delay the next step in the case for roughly a month.A probable cause hearing had been scheduled for May 30, but federal prosecutors and lawyers for Tsarnaev asked Magistrate Judge Marianne Bowler to delay it until July 2, citing