Posted 11:24 PM 12/6/2013 by Q2 News
We talk with a Montana woman who personally experienced the sacrifices Mandela made to change her homeland. (Hear her story!)
Nelson Mandela spent his life fighting for freedom and equality. Now world leaders and millions of admirers send their condolences to South Africa.
And just when you thought it couldn't get any colder - think again!
Posted 11:13 PM 12/5/2013 by Q2 News
Prisoner turned South African President - Nelson Mandela has died. Tonight a look back at his legacy.
Plus, big trucks on icy roads makes for treacherous travel. Truck drivers ask for your help.
And, a top travel site on the web now in hot water here in Montana. We show you why!
Posted 7:20 PM 12/5/2013 by Q2 News
It's been a good day to stay inside,but for those who make a living driving Montana's highways - that's really not an option. (We touch base with truckers driving through this frigid weather.)
Sub-zero conditions put local firefighters to the test in Billings and Laurel.
Plus, why the Montana ACLU questions a school choir performance in the Flathead.
Posted 9:05 AM 12/4/2013 by Q2 News
There will be a late school start Northern Cheyenne Tribal school Wednesday.
School will start at 10:00 a.m. So if you get on the bus at 7:15 a.m. normally, then you will get on the bus at 9:15 a.m. Wednesday.
School officials ask parents and guardians, because of the Wednesday's frigid temperatures, to please dress your children warm when they attend school.
Posted 7:16 PM 12/3/2013 by Q2 News
A blast of winter buries Montana. Now brace for record breaking cold. Bob is outside in the snow to show you!
Billings District Judge Todd Baugh admits his statements during a rape sentencing were out of line. (We talked with the judge today.)
20 years ago a hate crime shocked Billings. Tonight why that incident remains front and center in the community.
Posted 8:47 PM 12/2/2013 by Q2 News
RED LODGE - Snow packed and icy roadways near Red Lodge have officials diverting drivers Monday night.
Officials say a bus has slid into the eastbound and westbound lanes blocking traffic completely on Highway 212.
Fire Rescue and Law Enforcement are on scene (More)