The entrance to Riverside Park in Laurel is blocked off to the public because of expected flooding the area. However, just because floodwaters are expected, does not mean companies in the area stop working.
When it starts to rain, the water will rise fast. Preparation is key when it comes to emergency situations. Don Korf at Billings Ace Hardware said, if you're worried about flooding in your home, there are a few things you should buy before any flooding, to make your life easier after.
This Memorial Day Weekend, instead of watching parades, many of us will be watching for flood warnings.
The river level currently sits at 12.5 feet, but the river is expected to rise another four feet over the weekend, causing several agencies to be on alert.
Many across the city saw hail fall hard in some parts of the city. KULR-8 checked on how many people have been making calls to contractors and body shops about hail damage. Hail Team 6 and Singh Contracting both explained they have heard from a few people about damage from Wednesday's storm, but not a lot.
If you want to know more about the brain and how the body works, the fourth graders from Poly Drive elementary school can give you a little lesson in neuroscience.
Yellowstone County disaster and emergency services will be watching the flood situation very closely.
Lockwood Superintendent Tobin Navasio sent a letter to parents Thursday letting them know that Yellowstone County Sheriff's Deputies will continue to have a presence at the middle school Friday and that a soft lockdown will remain in effect.
DENTON - One family in Denton said they called Fish Wildlife and Parks after they shot what appeared to be a wolf on their ranch. According to KXLO in Lewistown, game wardens came out to pick the animal up and sent pictures of it to a wolf specialist in Great Falls.
It may be another week before we know exactly what type of animal was killed by a rancher near Denton last week.
A family from Malta on vacation in Cancun has had their dream vacation come to a terrible conclusion after a dive off of a dock resulted in a broken spine.
GRANGEVILLE, IDAHO - The search continues for four people who remain missing after their car wrecked and landed upside-down in the Selway River in a remote part of Idaho. Newly released video shows the car submerged in a fast-moving river.