BILLINGS — MSU Billings will require students, staff and visitors to wear face masks in all indoor instructional spaces on campus and at City College beginning Friday, Sept. 24.
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UPDATE: Billings Police are searching for a suspect who shot a man in the area of the airport early Thursday morning.
Megan and Harry are meeting with the Mayor of New York at One World Trade this morning.
Even habits like smoking or consuming too much alcohol, while they may not be risk factors for COVID, they can potentially cause strokes, heart disease, even heart attacks which all contribute to severe COVID-19 symptoms.
The DPHHS website says in the first six months of this year there were 323 calls for opioid overdoses. Adult and Teen Challenge says they're here in Billings to help reduce those numbers.
Tom and Mya Maack are focused on leading Laurel to their fourth state championship in the last five seasons .
LAUREL, Mont. - After submitting a request Tuesday to withdraw its application to the Public Service Commission (PSC) for the Laurel gas plant, NorthWestern Energy later said they intend to move forward with building the gas plant without pre-approval.
HELENA, Mont. - Fulfilling all formal requests from hospitals in the state, Governor Greg Gianforte announced he is sending Montana National Guardsmen to support their COVID-19 response.
The National Park Service is wishing its oldest active ranger, Betty Reid Soskin, a happy 100th birthday Tuesday.
After spending more than 60 days in the University of Utah Burn Center, Red Lodge Firefighter Dan Steffensen made a heroic return to to his home town of Red Lodge Tuesday.
STILLWATER COUNTY, Mont. - Stage II fire restrictions in Stillwater County were rescinded on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
LAUREL, Mont. - NorthWestern Energy announced its intention to withdraw its application at the Montana Public Service Commission for the proposed Laurel methane gas plant.
The FBI announced Tuesday that Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue has confirmed remains found in the Bridger-Teton National Forest are those of Gabrielle Petito.
ZORTMAN, Mont. - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks are using the chemical rotenone to remove invasive goldfish from an unnamed private pond on upper CK Creek, approximately one mile from Zortman.