Posted 11:23 PM 5/20/2013 by Q2 News
Rescue efforts are underway just outside Oklahoma City after a huge tornado touches down - wiping out neighborhoods and schools in its path.
Former Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer moves into an elevated role at Stillwater Mining company. What could this do for his political career?
And, two down, more to go! School District 2 banking on more "yes" votes from Billings voters.
Posted 4:09 PM 5/20/2013 by CNN News
SHAWNEE, Oklahoma (CNN) -- [Breaking news update at 2:58 p.m. Monday]
Areas of metropolitan Oklahoma City appeared to be in shreds Monday afternoon after a massive tornado moved through the region. "The houses are destroyed. ... Completely leveled," a helicopter pilot for (More)
Posted 12:23 PM 5/19/2013 by MTN News
POLSON - A Polson toddler who was the subject of an Amber Alert has been found and a suspect is in custody.
An Amber Alert was issued this morning for Lillianah BigCrane, 2, who was taken from a home on 9th Avenue East in Polson.
Police say the suspect, Jamie Finley, entered the (More)
Posted 11:49 PM 5/16/2013 by Q2 News
A daring rescue in Billings, as a diver plucks a stranded floater from the Big Ditch tunnel under the Rimrocks.
Swift and certain - Billings School District 2 - takes quick action after hearing one of it's teachers is suspected of committing crimes on school computers.
And the federal government issues new rules and regulations on hydraulic fracturing.
Posted 9:52 PM 5/16/2013 by Q2 News
BILLINGS - Billings rescue crews pulled a boy from the Big Ditch tunnel in Northeast Billings, Thursday night.
The tunnel runs under the Rimrocks. It appears three boys floated into the tunnel this evening, but only two came out.
Crews made contact with the young man and a diver completed a successful rescue.
Q2 has a crew on the scene and will bring you details as they become available.
Posted 7:51 PM 5/15/2013 by Q2 News
Barry Beach turns himself in less than 24 hours after the Montana Supreme Court decides he will not get another trial. We have the latest and reaction.
The Department of Justice comes down hard on the Missoula Police Department for its handling of sexual assault cases.
And police departments across Montana converge in Billings today, to honor fallen officers. (and much more!)
Posted 8:12 PM 5/14/2013 by MTN News
BILLINGS — In a 4-3 decision, the Montana Supreme Court has denied (More)