Billings News

MSUB Powwow
Tribes from all over Montana came to Billings on Friday night. Veteran William Medicine Crow and MSU Billings Interim Chancellor Ron Larson led the grand entry of the 50th annual MSUB Powwow. Billings Mayor Bill Cole also took part in the festivities...
Man Dies in Billings Crash
A man died when he crashed his vehicle in Billings. Police say he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The crash happened in the 1100 block of 6th Avenue North at about 9:35 p.m Saturday night. The driver appeared to have lost control traveling westbound, striking a power pole, according to BPD Sgt...
Home Stabbing Tuesday
Two men were hospitalized on Tuesday morning after an as-yet unidentified assailant climbed through the back window of their home and stabbed both of them. The suspect, a 19-year-old man who is known to the victims, remains at large, according to Billings Police Sgt...
Man Died of Natural Causes
A man found unresponsive last week outside a downtown business Billings died of natural causes, according to Yellowstone County Coroner Cliff Mahoney. 62-year-old Kenneth Looks Behind Sr. appeared to be dead in his wheelchair when medical responders arrived at Second Avenue North and North Broadway …
ATM Thief Stole More than One
The man accused of stealing an ATM from the La Quinta Inn and Suites last year also stole an ATM from a different Billings hotel about a month earlier. Police say Anthony Felton recently confessed that someone helped him open and dispose of another ATM he stole on Halloween from the Red Lion Hotel i…
Woman Found Dead Saturday
The Gazette reports that a 48-year-old indigent woman was found dead this weekend in the doorway of a Billings business, according to a Billings Police Department press release. The BPD received a call regarding an unresponsive woman lying in the doorway in the 2800 block of First Avenue North at ab…
City College Volunteer Project
Q2 reports that City College at MSU Billings held a reception to present a newly restored fire truck to the Park City Volunteer Fire Department this week in the Automobile Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology program lab. The reception recognized the staff and students involved in this learni…
So Long, Big Bear
I heard the news over the weekend about Big Bear never reopening. And it's sad news for a couple of reasons.
This has been a great local business for a long time. I bough the only pair of skis that I've ever owned there about 20 years ago...
Here’s Why Zimmerman Trail Is Still Closed [VIDEO]
According to Billings Public Works Director Dave Mumford there would normally be between 6000 & 7000 vehicle trips per day up and down Zimmerman trail in west Billings. The artery was supposed to reopen a couple of months ago but sandstone kept falling from the cliff of the north rim making …
The Streets Of Billings Are Safer Today!
More than 20 criminals are off Billings streets thanks to Operation BAC or "Billings Area Criminals". Multiple police agencies, led by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, announced at a press conference yesterday that they have been participating over the last year in an undercove…