BRIDGER, Mont. - Police are looking for a missing 65-year-old woman last seen Thursday morning.
SAVAGE, Mont. - Flash flooding has caused three road closures around Savage.
BILLINGS, Mont. - Family Service recently welcomed its new Development Director, Felicia Burg.
BILLINGS, Mont. - In honor of the 49th Annual National EMS Week, St. Vincent Healthcare hosted a community barbeque to thank Billings EMS community and all its providers.
Tourists filled airports, sea ports, and highways in Greece on Saturday as the country officially kicked off its tourism season in the hopes of reviving an economy battered by the coronavirus pandemic.
Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History reported that a team of paleontologists in Mexico have identified a new species of dinosaur after finding its 72 million-year-old fossilized remains almost a decade ago.
An Israeli airstrike destroyed a high-rise building in Gaza City that housed offices of The Associated Press and other media outlets on Saturday, the latest step by the military to silence reporting from the territory amid its battle with the militant group Hamas.
Israel has lifted the mandatory requirement to wear face masks outdoors and fully reopened its education system following its mass vaccination drive.
Prince Philip was laid to rest today in a funeral ceremony that honored his lifetime of service to the U-K, the crown and his wife of 73 years, Queen Elizabeth.
Canada's Ontario province records a record 4,456 COVID-19 cases in a day... the highest number of infections ever reported in a single day since the pandemic started. And Quebec province takes tougher action to reduce rampant spread of the virus.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin was welcomed to Israel on Sunday with a guard of honor at the Ministry of Defense headquarters in Tel Aviv.
An explosive second and third eruption rocked La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent on Friday, after a first eruption prompted mandatory evacuation orders from local government.
In what has been described as the most important discovery since King Tut's tomb, a team of archaeologists in Egypt have discovered an ancient city over 3000 years old, the largest administrative industrial settlement of that era. In an NBC exclusive, Molly Hunter speaks with the Egyptologist leading the excavation in Luxor.
Gun salutes across the U.K. marked the death of Britain's Prince Philip on Saturday as military leaders honored the former naval officer and husband of Queen Elizabeth II.
The owner of an unmanned truck that rolled onto a train track and caused Taiwan's worst train disaster in decades apologized on Sunday.
Big silverback gorilla dad tries to grab all the treats for himself after the gorilla family at the zoo in Berlin, Germany, is rewarded with Easter eggs in a basket of salad leaves.
Italy entered a three-day nationwide lockdown on Saturday in a bid to fight a new wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
At least three people were killed and six others injured after a three-story house in Bangkok collapsed on Saturday following a fire.
A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a packed Roman Catholic cathedral on Indonesia's Sulawesi island during a Palm Sunday Mass, wounding at least 14 people, police said.
The Chinese capital Beijing woke on Sunday morning shrouded in thick dust carrying extremely high levels of hazardous particles, as a second sandstorm in two weeks hit the city due to winds from drought-hit Mongolia and northwestern China.
Pope Francis denounces racism, likening it to a virus that lurks in waiting and continues to be shameful.
Australia's New South Wales was smashed by heavy rains on Saturday, forcing multiple evacuation orders and pleas from authorities for people in Sydney to stay at home amid the potentially life-threatening downpour.
Top defense officials from India and the United States pledged Saturday to expand their mutual defense ties.
A strong earthquake, with a magnitude of 7.2, struck Saturday off northern Japan, shaking buildings even in Tokyo and triggering a tsunami advisory for a part of the northern coast.
Lava poured from a volcano near Iceland's capital Reykjavik on Saturday a day after it erupted.
Ireland temporarily suspends AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine "out of an abundance of caution" after reports of blood clotting in some European recipients.
At least five people are dead today across Myanmar as anti-coup protesters defy security forces who open fire and use tear gas on the crowds in multiple confrontations.
A hotel with a polar bear enclosure inside opened on Friday in China.
Exactly a year after New Zealand recorded its first coronavirus case, the biggest city, Auckland, goes under its second lockdown in a month.
People in Italian towns clean up after Mount Etna, Europe's tallest active volcano, erupts again, spewing black volcanic ash.
Gunmen riding in a truck open fire with rifles, killing 11 people in Mexico's western state of Jalisco.
The United Nations Human Rights Office says 18 protesters have been killed in Myanmar amid several reports of violent action taken by police in multiple cities.
A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.1 hit off the coast of Eastern Japan Saturday shaking buildings in Tokyo.
Concerns over safety and liability of rushed-to-market vaccines prompt massive demonstrations across the globe.
BILLINGS, Mont. - As cities around the nation commemorate the 19th anniversary of 9/11, major changes have been made to local traditions, including here in the Treasure State.
A girl is swept up in the air by kite in a Taiwan festival.
Global coronavirus cases surge past 25 million as India sets a global record for daily new cases.
BILLINGS, Mont. - Sick and tired, emotions over a thousand citizens express as they fill the lawn of the Yellowstone County Courthouse on Sunday. People from different ages and nationalities all stand in solidarity for the black lives matter movement.
BILLINGS, Mont. - As some protests across the nation turned violent some business owners are concerned about what could happen, but businesses in downtown Billings say they're actually not concerned with the rally at all.
Currently in Billings
- Police receive calls of suspected suspicious activity in Billings, verify it's Spectrum workers doing line work
- Flipped car in area of King Ave. and 64th St. in Billings
- Man who led law enforcement on high-speed chase in Sweet Grass Co. says he was late for a driving test
- UPDATE: Crash involving two motorcycles in Billings kills one, critically injures the other
- Flash Flood Warning has been issued for the Laurel and Billings areas
- Billings police report missing 76-year-old located
- Billings Public Works recommends lawn watering schedule for specific area on the West End
- Billings middle school teacher retiring, leaving legacy of supporting soldiers
- Ballantine woman dies from injuries sustained in Wednesday crash
- Busby man admits armed meth trafficking on Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation
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