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The annual event, Pack the Place in Pink, draws a big crowd for West at Skyview volleyball.
8th grade students at Laurel Middle School mentor 5th grade students as part of WEB program.
A traffic violation leads to a big bust for Montana Highway Patrol. The incident occurred just outside the city limits.
Coach Vicki Carle expects at least 1,000 people to fill Skyview High School's gym tomorrow night.
The town of Worden is remembering a high school basketball coach who died in a car crash.
A Washington man is being held in the Yellowstone County Detention Facility following a traffic stop Thursday morning that uncovered 80 one-pound sealed bags of marijuana in his car.
A two-story, "Star Wars"-inspired Halloween yard display in Ohio should be enough to make any trick-or-treating Darth Vader proud.
Kids from across numerous states compete for "The Nile Champion" title.
We have new information on the rollover crash near Lockwood that took the life of one man.
It is a perfect fall day for Habitat for Humanity, along with pastors and congregants from several churches in the area.
In the wake of recent disasters like the Las Vegas shooting and Hurricane Maria, the Red Cross of Montana held a free volunteer training workshop at Rocky Mountain College today.
2018 is going to be a busy year for former Yellowstone County District Judge Russell Fagg. On Saturday, dozens of people joined Fagg as he officially made his candidacy for Senate official.
Knowing how to properly perform the hemlich maneuveur and CPR could mean the difference in saving someone's life. From EMS training to emergency  management planning, Jason Mahoney, an emergency preparedness coordinator from Saint Vincent's Healthcare has more than a decade of experience in his field.
With Halloween the start of the holiday season we humans need to be aware of our decorations and their effects on animals. Many of us love to decorate our houses and put out candy, especially for Halloween. Any food left out encourages animals to approach your house and cause some issues for the animal.  Animals can eat any food left out and get sick or get stuck in our holiday decorations. ZooMontana Director, Jeff Ewelt, says the best thing to do is keep decorations on your p...
The Sleepy Hollow Wagon rides kicked off October 13th at 6 pm at ZooMontana. There are two horse-drawn wagons taking guests through spooky sites while telling the tale of Sleepy Hollow and the Headless Horseman. The haunted hay rides will continue every Friday and Saturday until Halloween as well as the entire week leading up to Halloween. The rides will start at 6 pm each night and go until 10 pm. The rides are family friendly and cost 15 dollars per person. Children 3 years old a...
Billings is full of history so have you ever wondered if any buildings in town are haunted? The Yellowstone Art Museum might be thanks to its history as a county jail. Go Unite planned a haunted tour tonight for about 50 people on Friday, October 13th. Formally a jail in the 19th century, the Yellowstone Art Museum still has some long-term criminals hanging around. The tour takes you behind the scenes to visit the locations of the prisoners and learn about the different ghosts. The...
You may remember a story we did last year on a self-sustainable house in Billings. It's been exactly one year since the Hafer's moved into their home. Hafer said they started moving in last July but it took them until October of last year to get fully settled. KULR8's Melissa Scavelli caught up with Randy Hafer to discuss how the different components are working. Hafer said they're definitely still working out some issues but everything has been going as planned. They've changed up ...
The Billings YMCA can now make some upgrades to their indoor and outdoor playgrounds. Thanks to the Billings community that participated in the 2017 Heart and Sole run the YMCA now has 8,000 dollars to play with. Thursday, October 12th, YMCA Billings CEO Kim Kaiser happily accepted the $8,000 raised from this year's Heart and Sole run. The annual Heart and Sole run is held every Father's Day and benefits the YMCA. Kaiser says the kids are looking forward to the new improvements th...
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month across the United States. Cyber attacks typically impact large companies but the Better Business Bureau says small businesses are also at risk. According to the BBB, small business owners know the risks for cyber attacks but are at a loss as far as what to do if they're attacked. A new report from the Better Business Bureau found that half of small businesses reported they could only remain profitable for one month if they lost essential data...
Billings Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash that resulted in one person dead Thursday evening. 
9Round Fitness is trying to kick the life out of cancer...literally. 
A Billings man is recovering in a Denver hospital Thursday after a bizarre accident. 
Montana ranks among the highest in the nation in workplace accidents and fatalities. 
Thursday is your chance to help 'kick cancer,' as 9Round Fitness once again participates in a nationwide fundraising event. 
It is fire prevention week and the city of Laurel has been visiting schools and teaching every kid in each grade how to prevent fires and be safe.