Execs From Montana's Largest Mining Company Moving To DenverTop executives from Montana's largest mining company are relocating to Denver and plan to close its corporate offices in Billings.
Prosecutors: Statements In Colorado Man’s Murder Case VoluntaryProsecutors in eastern Montana are asking a state judge to deny a defense request to suppress the suspect's alleged confession in a high-profile murder case.
Passengers, Flight Attendants Injured When Plane Hits 'Severe Turbulence'Three flight attendants and two passengers were taken to the hospital on Monday afternoon on a bumpy United Airlines flight that left from Denver.
Man Held In Colorado To Return To Montana To Face Murder ChargeThe Yellowstone County attorney says a Billings man being held in Colorado will be sent back to Montana to face charges in the slaying of his great-grandmother.
ID Confirmed Of Pilot Killed In Helicopter Crash A coroner is confirming that a helicopter pilot who died after crashing in southwest Colorado is from Billings, Mont.
1 Dies In Helicopter Crash In Southwest ColoradoSheriff's officials say a helicopter pilot for a Montana-based company has died after crashing in southwest Colorado.
Hotel Kidnapping Suspect Charged In DeathA man arrested in the killing of an Illinois man who was kidnapped from a Montana hotel room faces charges including deliberate homicide after investigators say he acknowledged committing the crime.
Man Arrested In Colorado Wanted For Kidnapping In MontanaAuthorities have confirmed a body found near Shepherd is that of an Illinois man kidnapped from a Billings hotel room.
Cops Fighting Cancer Bring Holiday Cheer To Youngest PatientsFor children the holidays usually mean a time surrounded by the love of a family, but for the youngest cancer patients the holidays can be a season spent surrounded by doctors, treatment and fear.
Death Penalty Sought In Montana Teacher's KillingProsecutors on Friday filed murder charges and said they intend to seek the death penalty against two men accused of kidnapping a Montana teacher whose body was discovered after two months of searching.
Filing Says Montana Victim Choked, BuriedAn affidavit filed Friday in the kidnapping of a Montana school teacher describes a crack-fueled, seemingly random abduction of 43-year-old Sherry Arnold, who was allegedly choked to death and then buried in a shallow grave on a North Dakota farmstead.
Western Sugar To Pay $550,000 In Discrimination ClaimThe federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says Western Sugar Cooperative has agreed to pay $550,000 to settle a complaint that it discriminated against women.