Local News Grammy Award winning artists announced as opening acts for 2017 MontanaFair MetraPark announces the two opening acts of this year's MontanaFair. Police: Laurel man fires shots at officers, troopers overnight A Laurel man is in custody this morning after reportedly firing shots at law enforcement. Latest on Montanan who was shot and killed in Las Vegas this past weekend LAS VEGAS (AP) - Authorities say a Montana man was shot and killed on a Las Vegas bus before the gunman barricaded himself in the vehicle, shutting down the Strip for hours. CEO of USA Cycling responds to failed bike bill President and CEO of USA Cycling, Derek Bouchard-Hall, wrote a letter to Senator Sales stating: "Regarding who pays for the roads, your belief that cyclists do not pay their fair share is a very common misperception." Billings Clinic Science Expo holds eclipse presentation The Space Public Outreach Team held a seminar on solar and lunar eclipses. Billings Clinic teams up with local school to raise money for pediatric patients Billings Clinic teamed up with Elder Grove Elementary school to support the Piggy Bank Pediatric Patient Assistance Fund. STEM Day at Washington Elementary Community leaders gathered at Washington Elementary for STEM Day to teach students about career paths to consider for their future. Groundbreaking held for jail expansion The expansion of the Yellowstone County Detention Center begins. Students safe after a bus fire in Red Lodge A school field trip to the ski hill quickly turns scary, after a bus fire in Red Lodge. Around 10 this morning, a school bus holding 26 students was on its way to Red Lodge for a Pryor school field trip. 2 Riverside students arrested, accused of felony intimidation A serious threat to a Billings school resulted in police intervention and two students arrested. Trump administration approves Keystone XL pipeline President Donald Trump says "it's a great day for American jobs" after his administration issued a permit to build the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. New puppy brings joy to grieving Billings family On National Puppy Day, one local couple welcomed a furry family member. Puppy Day raises awareness for puppy mills Thursday is National Puppy Day and Montana is one of a few states with no breeding regulations. Locals react to possible repeal of Obamacare The vote to repeal for Obamacare is pushed back for tomorrow, but that didn't stop our team from hitting the streets today to find out what the people of Billings had to say. Take the test: Is your dog a genius? If you have a dog, chances are you think it's the greatest. But is it the smartest? That's one of the things a new test can figure out. Bathroom bill thrusts Montana into national LGBT debate A Montana official says business could suffer if lawmakers entangle the state in a national debate over bathrooms and transgender people. Police says 5 people died in London attack The Latest on the incident outside Britain's parliament Tackling springtime allergies early Spring is here and the warm weather brings blooming plants. Small airports may lose Essential Air Service program President Trump’s proposed budget cuts threatens winter airline service in northwest Wyoming. His budget eliminates the Essential Air Service Program, which subsidizes flights at the Yellowstone Regional Airport in Cody eight months of the year. The budget cut could also threaten air service in other Wyoming and Montana communities. Winterkill and Bears There may be a new hazard for people who are hiking, biking, or horn hunting in northwest Wyoming: carcasses. People who live near Cody are finding a lot of winter killed deer, and grizzly tracks. Wyoming’s Game and Fish Department put out a trailer in Wapiti, for people to dump carcasses. It was quickly filled by landowners. But the regional wildlife supervisor said there are still a lot of dead animals on the landscape. Billings Police Department lists "high risk" intersections According to the Billings Police 2016 Crime Numbers Report, the most "high risk" intersection in Billings is King Avenue and Shiloh Road, jumping from 17 accidents in 2015 to 45 in 2016. NWS warns of possible springtime flooding With the start of spring, the National Weather Service talks possible chances of flooding throughout the state of Montana. Bill would allow Montana drivers to choose REAL ID license A state representative is proposing legislation that would allow Montanans the option of choosing a driver's license that meets the federal REAL ID requirements. Miles City athlete holds a torch for Special Olympics The Law Enforcement Torch, or *LETR,* for Special Olympics is a focused campaign to raise awareness and fundraiser for Special Olympics. SD2 levy discussion meetings begin Tuesday night was the first of six presentations School District two is hosting to inform voters of the upcoming vote for school levies.