Federal authorities filed court petition that could result in a Montana man's commitment to a government psychiatric hospital after being found incompetent to stand trial for a triple homicide. More>>
The Home Improvement Show wrapped up Sunday, and thousands of people turned out to see what new vendors have to offer. More>>
Floodwaters are receding throughout the area, but that's not the case at ZooMontana. More>>
Billings Firefighters, American Medical Response personnel, and police officers are able to locate a teen who was reported missing near the Yellowstone River Saturday night. More>>
Flooding and slushy roads did not discourage dozens of families from a fun weekend. More>>
If you're looking to remodel or find a new fixture, the Home Improvement Show is on this weekend. More>>
In the wake of severe winter weather, temperatures are warming up and the snow is melting. More>>
A fourth candidate files for Yellowstone County Treasurer. Richard William Nixon, yes, you heard that right, Richard Nixon officially filed Friday. More>>
Billings firefighters are investigating the cause of Friday night's structure fire on Adams Street near Riverside Middle School. More>>
The February snows that hit Northwest Wyoming proved a blessing for Cody's nearby ski area. Sleeping Giant Resort has more snow and more skiers this winter. More>>
An ice jam breaking on the Yellowstone River caused flooding and evacuations in Laurel.
The Billings Chamber of Commerce filed an application with the United States Board of Geographic Names, to officially name an island in the Yellowstone River, Clark's Crossing. More>>
Two men charged in connection with a check cashing scam in October and November of 2013 make an appearance in justice court. More>>
It's been one year since a Billings man died on the west end of the city from gunshots, and still no suspects. More>>
Further down the Yellowstone River, that ice jam breaking near Riverfront Park could have led to this ice jam outside of Huntley. More>>
Our camera crew was there as an ice jam breaks on the Yellowstone River.
Recently, public scrutiny has been cast on Yellowstone County Treasurer, Max Lenington, and some say emails found on his office computer are inappropriate. More>>
An 8-year-old western Montana boy who spent about an hour buried in the snow after a deadly avalanche roared into his backyard says he tried to "lick and bite" his way out before becoming tired. More>>
A couple is accused of letting a 2-year-old boy smoke marijuana.
For many college students across the country, spring break is 5 days of partying, but not for a group from the Midwest who are here in Billings. More>>
An avid supporter for the revitalization of the south side is taking his aspirations higher. More>>
A Billings man admits to shooting and killing another man in the Heights on Christmas Day 2012. More>>
Areas around Blue Creek and Pryor Creek are reporting flooding. More>>
Big Horn County wants a new jail and is beginning to look into options. More>>
The man accused of the attempted robbery of a Dominos pizza on Christmas Eve faces another charge. More>>
City officials say on Wednesday night some of the worst flooding to hit town in years ripped through neighborhoods on the north side of Livingston. More>>
According to the most recent Gallup Poll, Montana has the lowest obesity rate in the United States. More>>
The Montana Red Cross has opened a shelter in Livingston for residents, who are evacuated from their homes due to flooding. More>>
Friday, March 7th, is the last day you can give your thoughts on the Keystone XL Pipeline. More>>
Trains carrying oil shipments face new testing standards starting Thursday.
Wyoming has a new budget. Governor Matt Mead signed the $3.3 billion budget that will fund the state for the next 2 years.
FBI crime data shows over a five-year period, the number of rape investigations in Montana that were cleared has been about 20 percent, which is half the national average. More>>
The man suspected of stealing prescription pills from Walgreens makes another appearance in federal court. More>>
The deadline to sign up for health insurance through the federal marketplace is coming up at the end of the month. More>>
Billings Clinic now has a second ExpressCare retail clinic that is open for business. The new ExpressCare clinic is located in the Heights Albertson's store on Main Street. More>>
A Billings man accused of shooting and killing another man on Christmas Day 2012 in the Heights reached a plea deal today. More>>
Twenty states including Montana and Wyoming get a failing grade from an organization when it comes to education about civil rights. More>>
Mortgage rates that were reduced under the government's home affordable modification program or HAMP will increase over the next few years. A federal watchdog warns that could cause some borrowers to More>>
It's National Consumer Protection Week. Preventing identify theft is in the national spotlight and so is taking proper steps if you become a victim. More>>
The national parks give, the national parks take away. A National Park Service study says national parks in Wyoming pump 721 million dollars into the state's economy each year More>>
After several days with below freezing temps and more snow than we know what to do with, we are looking forward to some far more tolerable conditions. More>>
In January, they left Montana to fulfill their duties. Tuesday, they arrived in Afghanistan. More>>
A Billings man accused of attacking his girlfriend, and later stabbing her pet, received his sentence. More>>
The Department of Interior announces its proposed budget for fiscal year 2015. More>>
A couple charged in connection to allegedly pocketing thousands of dollars intended for the Chippewa Cree Tribe, pled not guilty in federal court Tuesday. More>>
The name of the man who died after an early-morning crash on Tuesday is being released. More>>
A woman being sought on a felony warrant issued in Montana was shot and injured after pointing a gun at a law enforcement officer during a standoff at a Spokane Valley motel.
Law enforcement from federal, state and local rounded up nearly 100 unregistered sex offenders and other violent offenders in Yellowstone County. More>>
Skyview students, Amanda Eastman and Mckenzee Foos, were honored at the Montana District Key Club Convention on Monday. More>>
Starting in fiscal year 2015, fees for solid waste and water parks in Billings could go up. Council members are considering multiple options. More>>
Many stayed in because of the snow and cold, but businesses say it didn't keep everyone in this past weekend. More>>
An overall increase in property and violent crimes is being reported in the city of Billings for 2013. More>>
John Lewis, a candidate for the United States House of Representatives, was back in Billings today. The Democratic candidate spent the morning with the Adult Resource Alliance and "Meals on Wheels." More>>
A 29-year-old paper deliveryman charged with sexual abuse of children pleads not guilty. More>>
Michel Colville, one of the three victims recovered from the Missoula avalanche, has died of her injuries. More>>
The Wyoming legislature wants to put cameras on school buses. The bill goes to Governor Matt Mead for consideration. More>>
Due to more tourists, national parks are going strong. That's according to a new peer-reviewed report released on Monday. More>>
Lately it's been very cold in Montana, but the Treasure State leads in a different type of cold, the sick kind. More>>
What started out three years ago as just a small cafe, has now turned into so much more. For this week's edition of Magic City Eats & Treats, we check out Harper and Madison. More>>
Protesters strapped themselves to the White House fence to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline on Sunday. More>>
Sunday the Missoula Avalanche Center released information the avalanche in Missoula on Friday was triggered by a snowboarder. More>>
Five weeks and counting as city crews work around the clock to plow, sand, and remove snow on Billings streets. More>>
Dozens of brides flocked to the Billings Depot today for the third annual "Unveiled" Bridal Event. More>>
A thank you to the community from the family of the Columbus man killed in Costa Rica last month; this as they say his body is being returned to the U.S. Sunday. More>>
The slick streets are creating problems for drivers, whether it's getting stuck in ditches or getting into accidents. More>>
We are learning more about the victims on Friday's urban avalanche in Missoula. More>>
The Billings Fire Department says a child playing with matches accidentally started a basement fire in the Heights. More>>
A Cody orthopedist said this is the worst winter season for injuries that he as seen in 24 years. Winter weather can be hazardous to your health, especially snow shoveling. More>>
People are trying their best to stay in and stay warm, even if they need to gas up the car, get groceries or run other errands. While many people are getting tired of the snow. they say it's all a part of living in Montana. More>>
Attorneys for the former teacher who raped a 14-year-old student say 30 days in prison were enough.
Hazardous road conditions caused a semi truck to jackknife at the Zoo Drive Overpass. It happened around nine AM. The semi was headed westbound on Interstate 90, and went out of control at the overpass, coming to rest just on the west side and blocking both lanes of traffic. Montana Highway Patrol officers were able to detour traffic up the off-ramp and back onto the interstate just past the semi. More>>
MSUB issued an advisory today after a report filed with university police from a woman saying she was followed.
The snow plows started at midnight and will continue all day and night.
Got milk? New research shows that daughters may be getting more of it than sons.
This snow and severe weather has led to an unusual amount of flights canceled.
If you're a veteran and need help with your taxes, get your paperwork ready. More>>
As a reminder, it's illegal for you to shovel your snow into the street in Billings and you must clear your sidewalks within 24 hours of snow ending.
Heavy snow and bitter cold temperatures are canceling school and also events today. More>>
The Wyoming Legislature is in session and here is an update on what happened on Thursday. More>>
The Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation received three donations totaling $30,000 Thursday. More>>
"In Montana, one-in-nine babies is born premature, so that's a pretty staggering statistic," says Maria Mares-Reed, the community director for the Montana March of Dimes. She says the organization hopes to raise nearly $150,000 at this year's March for Babies. The March is slated for April 26 at ZooMontana. More>>
We've been getting so much snow, some stores around town are completely out of snow blowers and shovels. More>>
Approval was granted Thursday for a permission so the Energy Corporation of America can drill in the Beartooth mountain range. More>>
His story captured the attention of the nation, and now a world-famous basketball team visiting the Magic City wanted to reach out and meet Seth Kraft. More>>
Three Billings high school students got valedictorian scholarships to Rocky Mountain College. More>>
Two people are taken to the hospital after a crash north of Billings Thursday morning. More>>
The first baby born in 2014 at St. Vincent Healthcare is finally home. The staff at St. V's gave the Cantrell family a fond farewell Thursday. More>>
County Treasurer Max Lenington now apologizes for the letter he wrote to the newspaper on Wednesday.
A federal official says marshals arrested a man suspected of stealing more than 550 pounds of explosives from a bunker near Red Lodge. More>>
Former Montana governor Brian Schweitzer confirms to KULR-8 News Wednesday night that he has joined the cable news channel MSNBC as a contributor. More>>
Another human rights complaint has been filed against the Missoula County Sheriff's Office, this one by a deputy who says supervisors badgered her for details of her private life. More>>
Wildlife advocates want to do more to protect the sage grouse, so they filed a legal petition with the federal government to ban coal mining in some areas.
Just when we think we have a break, more snow is on its way. City crews worked to clear snow and plowed nearly 40 percent of residential streets Tuesday night. They are going to continue work on residential streets Wednesday night. More>>
The Yellowstone County Treasurer sends what appears to be a racially-charged letter to The Billings Gazette. It's a letter Max Lenington tells KULR-8 is not meant to be racist. More>>
Convicted horse abuser James Leachman files an appeal with the state supreme court. In December 2012 Leachman was found guilty of five counts of animal cruelty. More>>
Now that voters in Lockwood said yes to a safety district one, the commissioner says he'd like to hit the ground running. More>>
More details on the officer-involved shooting and car chase that took place Monday are surfacing from court documents filed Wednesday. More>>
The movie 'Nebraska' isn't only about the Cornhusker State, it's about the Treasure State too. Specifically, Billings and Laurel. More>>
Expanding a pharmaceutical lab in Cody took one step forward. More>>
A federal jury found a man guilty of stabbing three women in Poplar in 2013. More>>
The record snow we've been getting prompted city plows to roll through residential streets for one time. More>>
In less than 72 hours, 4'1" Seth Kraft's big night in Laurel went viral. Relive the student-coach's shot heard round the nation. More>>
The two suspects from the officer-involved shooting and car chase in Laurel are expected to appear in court Wednesday. More>>
A group of students are rallying to help others take a better step in the right direction. Meadowlark Elementary Fourth Graders are gathering shoes to donate to people in need. More>>
One in three women dies each year from heart disease. Heart attack survivor, Kathy Rude, said everyone needs to take their heart health seriously. More>>
Several bus passengers are back on the road after being stranded in Billings. According to a Jefferson Line spokesman, trips across western Montana were delayed on Sunday because of the heavy snowfall. More>>
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center Report, the number of hate groups in the nation is declining, but officials said the radical right is growing leaner and meaner. More>>
The man who walked out of an unlocked police interrogation room while being questioned will be returned ton Montana. More>>
Planning on giving something sparkling or even a little bling to that special someone that gift is an investment you'll want to protect. More>>
Max Baucus is unloading his campaign coffers to the tune of $1.7 million. More>>
A Huntley-Project school bus was involved in a minor accident Tuesday morning. More>>
Starting Tuesday, the main streets will not be the only roads plowed in Billings. The City Council made a big decision Monday night. More>>
It's nominated for six Academy Awards including best picture, director, actor, and supporting actress. More>>
After a foot and car chase Monday afternoon, two suspects are in custody. More>>
The Yellowstone County Coroner identifies the woman who died in a rollover accident west of Laurel on Sunday. More>>
A plea deal is reached in the murder of a Baker man who was living in Glendive. More>>
The former Billings parking division manager, arrested for stealing money from the city, was sentenced in court Monday. More>>
If you thought the winter weather was on its way out, you might want to think again. More>>
Voters in Lockwood have until Tuesday to decide if they want a safety district. More>>
On this week's Magic City Eats & Treats, KULR-8's Katharine MacKnight checks out the new Asian Sea Grill Japanese Steakhouse. More>>
In honor of Valentine's Day, Chief Photographer, Levi Adams, met up with married couple, Verona and Leonard Bubak, at St. Vincent's Hospital. More>>
Strides in health care have allowed specialists to re-invent the wheel when it comes to losing weight. As KULR-8's Kyle Benton reports, many different options are available right here at home. More>>
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