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Climate rally draws crowd in Billings

About 100 people rallied for the planet Saturday afternoon on the Yellowstone County Courthouse lawn in Billings. ...read more

Walk MS event a success

The 'Walk MS' event has finally arrived and what a perfect day it was to hold this event! ...read more

Gazette editor given national VFW award

Darrell Ehrlick, editor of The Billings Gazette, has been recognized for his series of articles titled "Vietnam Voices." ...read more

Photos: Great American Cleanup

Members of the Heights Task Force, including chair Jason Lillie, clean up along Aronson Avenue near Boothill Cemetery as part of the Great American Cleanup sponsored by Bright n' Beautiful on Saturday. ...read more

Eight positions to fill on Billings boards, commissions

Mayor Tom Hanel and the Billings City Council have eight vacancies to fill on six boards and commissions. ...read more

Chance of showers Saturday afternoon in Billings area

There's a 20 percent chance of showers after 3 p.m. on Saturday, the National Weather Service says, and patchy fog before noon. Otherwise, skies will be partly sunny, with a high near 57 and south southwest winds of 6 to… ...read more

Day of Prayer events scheduled

Prayer is the focus May 1-4 in Billings, in conjunction with the 66th annual National Day of Prayer. ...read more

Provision International touches lives around the world

There's a place in Santa Ana, El Salvador, called the Center for Hope, which provides that to both kids and adults. ...read more

Payday lenders selling illegal loans in Montana, federal banking regulators allege

Four California-based, tribal-backed online payday lenders illegally sold high-interest loans to consumers in Montana and other states, federal banking regulators alleged Friday. ...read more

New drug treatment helps Livingston boy continue to walk

The particular form of muscular dystrophy that afflicts 6-year-old Trayton Backer is the result of busted proteins in the longest gene of his X chromosome. ...read more

Night event to feature worship, short stories

A night of worship, sprinkled with quick talks by people reaching out in faith in the community will take place Sunday at West High. ...read more

Billings woman says flea/tick medicine poisoned her pet

Earlier this week, we brought you keeping your pet healthy with home check-ups, but what if the method of home treatment is actually harmful rather than helpful? Melinda Lee investigates pet poison in disguise, and shares one woman's search for answers. For Patricia Doll, dogs are much more than pets. "This is my family, this is my baby," the 62-year-old Billings woman said of her furry family member, Tucker. Doll said she is ...read more

Powell police aim to build trust, starting with children

Powell's police chief says some parents accidentally teach kids to be afraid of police. It's a trend he wants to stop, with a campaign to change the message to children. ...read more

Escapee re-arrested; duo in suspected armed robbery spree appear in court

Two women suspected in a string of armed robberies over three days, using a variety of fake guns, disguises and a getaway car, appeared in Yellowstone County Justice Court on Friday. ...read more

Washington state finishes study of proposed port for Montana and Wyoming coal

A proposed Washington state port would increase greenhouse gas emissions, but coal dust from trains traveling from Montana and Wyoming mines would not harm human health, regulators said in a report released Friday. ...read more

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