Some MSU-Billings students got a chance to show off their finished work. It's a story we first told you about in February as a part of the Construction Technology-Carpentry Program at City College. More>>
All 24 warning sirens in Yellowstone County are working properly according to the county's Department of Emergency Services. The sirens were tested last night for about a minute as part of Severe Weather Awareness Week. More>>
House of Representative hopeful John Lewis stopped in Billings today and toured the Plumbers and Pipe Fitters Union Local 30. More>>
The funeral of a man shot to death by a police officer was Thursday. Family and friends of 38-year-old Richard Ramirez gathered at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. More>>
An 18-year-old girl leads police on a chase near Laurel early Thursday morning along Highway 212. Laurel Police received a call around 4:25, reporting a red car hit a gas pump at Town Pump in Laurel. More>>
Employees at St. Vincent Healthcare's health emergency response team learned what to do in hazardous situations. More>>
Hundreds of Lewis and Clark Middle School students made a trip to the Billings Public Library today to look at the interactive civil war exhibits. They even traveled the way they did back in those days: they walked. More>>
A judge will hear from victims and witnesses at the sentencing of serial rapist Toby Griego. One victim cannot wait to testify and tell her story.
You might have heard the saying -- men are from Mars and women are from Venus. Well now, you might say the same is true about cheating. More>>
Not In Our Town held an informal town hall meeting Wednesday at the Billings Public Library. More>>
Workers at Sage Tower, a local assisted living apartment complex, are cleaning up after a fire from Tuesday night. More>>
Actors with the Montana Shakes! program had children rolling on the ground in laughter as they celebrated Shakespeare's 450th birthday. More>>
Superintendent Terry Bouck's evaluation took place at the Tuesday, April 22nd Billings Public School Board Meeting. More>>
Cenex Harvest States, Inc. is being cited for numerous safety and health violations at four of its facilities in Montana. OSHA representatives say the company will be cited for 19 violations including 14 serious infractions at grain handling facilities in Glendive, Cut Bank, Denton and Valier. More>>
Several people reportedly have been laid off at Stillwater Mine. Union representatives at Stillwater Mine say the laid off workers were not hourly union workers. They say about 30 to 31 salaried employees were affected. The company is holding a conference call on May first to discuss the first quarter results for 2014. More>>
April is Financial Youth Literacy month so representatives from Altana Federal Credit Union are teaching local students how to handle their money wisely. More>>
The governor took a what he calls a very unusual step on Wednesday and spoke out on the upcoming parole and pardon hearing for Barry Beach. More>>
A new study showing the number of injuries to high school basketball players is out and some experts hope it leads to some changes on the sidelines. More>>
The late cold snap could mean less fruit this year. More>>
As warm weather becomes more prevalent, more people are out and about doing outside activities. However, this warm weather, paired with spring showers causes concern for Musselshell County DES Coordinator Jeff Gates. More>>
80 percent of Montanans over the age of 18 are registered organ donors, according to Penny Clifton with donate life council. Clifton says that is the highest number in the nation. More>>
The Education Foundation and Billings Public Schools host a S.T.E.M. luncheon at the Billings Career Center. More>>
Believe it or not, Red Lodge business owners said they were looking forward to road construction this season. More>>
The Billings YMCA breaks down old walls to launch its capital campaign. More>>
The Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch is looking to start its own water and sewer district. Yellowstone County Commissioner Bill Kennedy says the current system is old and needs an upgrade. The new district would be just for the ranch right now. More>>
A man involved in an illegal check-cashing ring appears in court to change his plea. Chaney Sibley, 27, pled guilty to five felony counts of forgery. More>>
The man suspected of stealing prescription pills from a Walgreens changes his plea in federal court. Travis Bell, 22, pled guilty to burglary involving controlled substances and possession with intent to distribute. More>>
As part of Severe Weather Awareness week the warning sirens in Yellowstone County will be tested. More>>
The first step in the possibility of Barry Beach getting released from prison will take place on Tuesday, April 29th. More>>
Monday marks the beginning of Montana's Severe Weather Awareness Week. More>>
A procedure performed by doctors at St. Vincent Healthcare allows people with Parkinson's disease to have some control.
You may have noticed more people out and about because of the warmer, spring-like weather. There are many great bike trails in our area.
Construction on Zimmerman Trail will begin as soon as out-of-state contractors finalize their bids. More>>
The man suspected of stealing more than 550 pounds of explosives from a bunker near Red Lodge appeared in federal court on Monday. More>>
The robber of a west end Zip Trip last March was sentenced in court on Monday. More>>
A man dies after partially rolling his vehicle last night in Big Horn County Wyoming. More>>
A report out Monday gives each state a "fertility report card" and Montana got a "B". More>>
Montana Highway Patrol troopers are investigating a roll-over accident that occurred on Blue Creek Road Saturday night. More>>
A 70-year-old man was taken to the hospital Saturday night after a head-on crash at King Avenue West and 32nd Street West. More>>
Montana Rescue Mission's annual Easter Dinner was a success, according to Sheila Cole, Volunteer Coordinator for Montana Rescue Mission. More>>
People from all over the region traveled to the Magic City Saturday for the annual Muscle Walk at Rimrock Mall. More>>
A billings car-dealership owner proposes a ballot measure to ban marijuana in Montana. More>>
A woman convicted of killing her husband and his lover in Helena is suing the Gallatin County Detention Center. More>>
Depending on your age, you may call it Eastern or even MSUB. But, no matter what you call it, Montana State University Billings named an interim chancellor.
The Shriners held their spring children's screening clinic today to identify potential patients who need pediatric care for the Shriners Hospitals for Children. More>>
Eggs of every color could be found all over the Magic City Saturday. More>>
Gerald Schusted is a former patient of St. Vincent's Healthcare.
More victims of sexual assault are coming forward in Yellowstone County, according to data from Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner program better known as SANE. More>>
Making movies in Montana has a major impact on the state.
Here's a list of some of the Easter Egg Hunts in our area on Saturday. April 19th. More>>
With Easter Sunday just around the corner, the Montana Rescue Mission is preparing to feed nearly 600 people. More>>
The U.S. State Department will delay its final decision on issuing a permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline.
After missing two sentencing hearings, a Billings woman showed up to face a judge on a burglary charge from last January that ended with her husband's death. More>>
Friday, April 18th marks Rimrock Mall, Marketing Manager, Vicki-Lynn Terpstra's last day on Wake Up Montana. She's been doing the Fashion Friday segments for years, and has been a staple on our show.
It's also a milestone because she just got a new gig at Billings Chamber of Commerce, and all of us here at KULR-8 love you, and are going to miss you tremendously. More>>
The Public Service Commission held a public listening session Thursday regarding NorthWestern Energy's possible purchase of multiple hydroelectric generating dams across Montana. More>>
Ethan Peterson is a teenager with a message: avoid distracted driving at all costs. More>>
RiverStone Health staff members and volunteers practiced what to do in a public health emergency. More>>
This weekend the Shriners will hold their spring Children's Screening Clinic. More>>
A tentative agreement has been reached on Thursday involving contracts for Yellowstone County deputies.
If you don't have any plans for Easter dinner the Montana Rescue Mission is inviting you to join them. More>>
A local artist gave an hour-long lecture at the Western Heritage Center about his beginnings as an artist, as a part of the center's Inspiration Project. More>>
The Billings Police Department releases the name of the officer involved in the shooting late Monday night. More>>
The Montana Insurance Commissioner meets with President Obama at the White House to talk about Obamacare. More>>
President Obama declares Montana a major disaster area from recent flooding. More>>
Areas growing in the eastern part of Montana due to the Bakken will get some help with their growth and infrastructure.
The Family Tree Center now has a national designation, and it's a long one. It's also known as the Nurturing Parenting Program's Family Nurturing Center of Montana. More>>
American Auto Body held it's second Heels and Automobiles event of the year. More>>
The coroner's inquest into the shooting death of Dean Randolph Jess resulted in the jury saying Lt. Shane Skillen was justified.
Now that Toby Griego has been convicted of rape, we are learning more about his past, specifically the crimes he committed in New Mexico. More>>
Local teachers get a big surprise from members of the Education Foundation classroom grants prize patrol. That surprise? iPads. More>>
Family and friends of Richard Ramirez gathered late Wednesday afternoon in Billings to protest the shooting. More>>
Billings Police find no weapon after searching the car in which an armed robbery suspect sat when he was shot dead by an officer. More>>
Billings firefighters release the cause of the fire in a building at Oscar's Park over the weekend. More>>
One local hotel made the top ten in the nation for being green. More>>
Sweetwater County deputies have arrested a man on a theft charge after a woman spotted her stolen wedding dress for sale on Facebook. More>>
The company looking to run the Two Rivers Detention Facility in Hardin is holding a job fair Wednesday. Steve Afeman the COO with Emerald Companies says the job fair will start at 8 AM and is expected to run until 6:00pm. It will be held at the jail at 406 North Cheyenne Avenue. More>>
The search for a new MetraPark marketing director is still on after Sandra Hawke retired from the position in December. More>>
The Writer's Ghost is a paranormal horror film that is shooting just twenty minutes outside of Billings. More>>
Wyoming's final tribute to it's fallen warriors is under construction. The World War I Memorial will join four other memorials in Wyoming's Veterans Memorial Park in Cody.
A little piece of Montana is now in Washington, DC. Well, maybe not so little as Wankel T-Rex gets a new home.
The Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center releases its season summary saying skiing and snowmobiling was the best in years, but avalanche danger was the worst.
Yellowstone National Park is getting ready to open for the season, and this weekend, you can get in free.
MSUB is narrowing down its search for a new chancellor and now has four candidates.
The work of 911 dispatchers is being highlighted during this National Public Safety Telecommunications week. More>>
A Billings man is dead, and one police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave. More>>
The second man charged in connection to a trailer home fire in Lockwood last April, in which four people died, changes his plea in court Tuesday. More>>
The Montana Internet Crimes Against Children's Task Force receives $2M donation. More>>
It's been one year since the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Rocky Mountain College's head cross country and track coach was there when the bombs went off. More>>
The Lone Ranger's gun is in Cody now. It's not the Lone Ranger who rode with Johnny Depp as Tonto. This gun belonged to the 1950's Lone Ranger. The Cody Firearms Museum put the Masked Man's pistol on display with several other western television and movie weapons. More>>
Would you let your insurance company track your driving for a discount? More than a million drivers across the country are already taking part in pay-as-you-drive or usage-based insurance coverage.
A robbery suspect was killed during an officer-involved shooting late Monday night. More>>
We have good news to pass along. The final two Big Sky Honor Flights are fully funded. "We're going to end the WWII. We'll be starting on the effort to go towards Korea," said Kennedy.
Starting July 1st of this year, the price of collecting your garbage, disposing of it, and landfill fees will be going up. More>>
The jury reached a verdict on Monday in the trial of the serial rapist Toby Griego -- and that verdict was guilty on all counts. More>>
The City of Billings is in for a allergen explosion. According to Dr. Laura Moore, allergist with Billings Clinic, the Magic City will be an allergy sufferers worst nightmare. More>>
A coroner's inquest is scheduled for later this week in the officer involved shooting death of a Montana State Prison escapee. Yellowstone County Attorney Scott Twito says the inquest for Yellowstone County Sheriff Lieutenant Shane Skillen will start Wednesday morning. More>>
Tumbleweed is a group dedicated to youth development. The group opened an emergency shelter. More>>
The Billings Golden K Kiwanis Club donates $8,500 to the Friendship House. More>>
Your taxes are due Tuesday, but if you want to file for an extension, there are a couple of things you need to know. More>>
The Yellowstone County coroner identifies the woman who died in Sunday's roll-over accident. More>>
The verdicts are in, and a decision should be reached shortly in the Toby Griego rape trial. We will bring you the latest online on Twitter and Facebook, and on air. More>>
Billings firefighters were on the scene of a blaze that broke out at Oscar's Dreamland Sunday night. More>>
Billings police are investigating a shooting that injured a 61-year-old man late Sunday night. More>>
Montana Highway Patrol says one woman is dead after a rollover accident on the I-94 this afternoon near Huntley. More>>
Despite chillier temperatures compared to Friday, nearly 30 members of the Lockwood community turned out to celebrate their first annual Pride Day. More>>
A 41-year-old man is arrested after crashing into two homes Saturday afternoon. More>>
The Northwest Association for Blind Athletes is giving many visually impaired kids and adults, opportunities to participate in sports through the paralympic experience. More>>
Girls from all over the state traveled to Billings Saturday for the 7th annual Chicks in Science, hosted by MSU Billings. More>>
The next phase in the trial of alleged Billings serial rapist Toby Griego is jury instruction this coming Monday. More>>
Just a month after river ice jams flooded Worland, Washakie County officials are preparing for another flood, from snowmelt. More>>
First Interstate Bank presented their annual Teach Children to Save program at Highland Elementary. More>>
The second suspect in the murder of a Lame Deer woman is back in Montana. More>>
Roadwork on Broadway Avenue in Red Lodge is delayed again. More>>
The expansion of the VA clinic in Billings has been 6 years in the making. The wait is over. More>>
He's played a lady's man, Mr. Duvall, Sam, and so many more characters, and guess what? He's in Billings for the next couple of days. KULR-8's Stella Daskalakis had the honor of spending some time with Tim Meadows, an actor, comedian, and writer. More>>
The town of Cody, including the Chamber of Commerce, the museums, private businesses, state and federal agencies are throwing a big party next month. More>>
If you're looking for a spot of tea, a new store in Rimrock Mall can help. More>>
The trial of accused serial rapist Toby Griego resumes Friday. More>>
Here are some stories making headlines Friday evening across the region: Graham Sentenced; Malmstrom Commander Resigns; Gov. Declares Moment of Silence More>>
Here are some stories making headlines Wednesday evening around the region: Naked Juice Changes Label; Montana Prepared for Zombies; Latest Landslide Numbers More>>
Here are some stories making headlines around the region Tuesday evening: Graham Withdraws Plea; Murder-Suicide; 14-Year-Old Suspected in Murder More>>
Here are some stories making headlines around the region Monday evening: Mudslide Death Toll Rises; Briggs Pleads Not Guilty; Bear Attack Survivor More>>
Here are some stories making headlines Friday evening around the region: Mysterious Death, Montana Not Enforcing Energy Rules, March Madness More>>
Here are some stories making headlines Thursday evening around the region: Bomb Threat, West Yellowstone Corruption, Serial Killer Makes Appearance More>>
Here are some stories making headlines Wednesday around the region: Stabbing, Retirement Savings, Helicopter Crash Hits Home More>>
Here are some of the stories making headlines Tuesday evening around the region: Seattle Helicopter Crash, St. Patrick's Day, WSU Fires Coach More>>
Here are some of the stories making headlines Monday evening around the region: Hammer Victim Dies; WWII Vet Honored; Fukushima Slideshow More>>
Here are some of the stories making headlines Friday evening around the region: Avalanche Victim's Honored, Hells Angels Return, Cold Case Charges 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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