Posted 3:52 PM 6/18/2013 by CBS NEWS
TAMPA - A toddler whose feet were amputated after her father accidentally backed over her with a riding lawnmower took her first steps on her new prosthetic test legs Monday.
Ireland Nugent has been in a wheelchair and has undergone seven surgeries since the April 11 accident. Doctors (More)
Posted 4:40 PM 6/17/2013 by Dustin Klemann - Q2 News
BILLINGS - School is out, but board meetings are still in session. Monday, School District 2's Board of Trustees meet Monday night over a thick agenda.
Near the top of the agenda, the board will decide to declare zone 2 trustee position vacant.
On May 29, elementary and high (More)
Posted 7:21 AM 6/17/2013 by Lindsey Gordon - MTN News
On Thursday, the audit report detailing that some Montana school bus drivers had criminal pasts and questionable "moral character," was officially released to the Legislative Audit Committee.
The committee discussed the School Transportation Funding and Safety report and addressed concerns (More)
Posted 6:17 PM 6/15/2013 by Dustin Klemann - Q2 News
BILLINGS - Parents and children enjoyed the outdoor festivities of the Billings Parmly library Saturday morning.
Staff partnered with national rental service RedBox for some fun in the sun.
The library was one of six from across the country and the only one west of the (More)
Posted 5:08 PM 6/14/2013 by Q2 News Staff
BILLINGS- Although weekends during the late spring and throughout the summer are often prime candidates for hosting garage sales, Saturday will mark the very first time School District 2 will be holding its annual surplus sale in June.
In the past, the Billings Public School garage sale (More)
Posted 6:59 AM 6/13/2013 by Kyle Benton - Q2 NEWS
BILLINGS - When it comes to distracted driving, nearly everyone has been guilty a time or two.
Now a new AAA study shows that even "hands free" devices can pose a major problem.
"Anytime we can do anything possible to save somebody's life, it's going to be proactive," said AAA's (More)
Posted 7:27 PM 6/11/2013 by Irina Cates - MTN News
MISSOULA - It's every schools worst nightmare-a gunman making his way down the hall.
On Tuesday, Missoula County educators learned how to think outside the box to be able to protect themselves and their students before help arrives.
"Lockdown was looked as the answer-all, cure-all (More)