Posted 10:14 PM 5/21/2013 by Victoria Fregoso - Q2 News
HARDIN - About once a week, you can find Hardin High School sophomores Jordan and Jeramiah with iPads in hand, preparing their next video.
They stumbled upon their newly found passion for photography and video editing with some help.
This discovery came just in time, as the two were (More)More Stories from Yesterday
Posted 10:46 PM 5/20/2013 by Q2 News
UPDATE: BILLINGS - Two people suffered several broken bones and other non-life threatening injuries after a two-vehicle crash Monday evening.
Around 7 p.m., a 1977 Datsun traveled eastbound on 1st Ave South collided with a 1996 Chevy that (More)
Posted 10:31 PM 5/20/2013 by Q2 News
BILLINGS - The crowd wasn't any smaller and surely was just as loud.
Friends, family, and those who just appreciate veterans cheered wildly for the return of Big Sky heroes as the fourth Honor Flight landed Monday night at Logan International Airport.
American flags peppered the (More)
Posted 9:45 PM 5/20/2013 by MTN News
BOZEMAN - More than a week after RheaLynn Baxter died after contracting Hantavirus, her fiancé Zak Stark is left grappling with the news of her death.
Meanwhile, some neighbors in the mobile home court where she lived are preparing to move.
Baxter, 20, was admitted to the (More)
Posted 7:32 AM 5/20/2013 by Dustin Klemann - Q2 News
BILLINGS - After a weekend of much needed moisture, city crews will be back on the streets Monday morning with the big rig sweepers, keeping the storm drains clear of debris.
Working in dirt, dust and grit, these slow-moving but effective machines may give you headaches to drive behind (More)
Posted 8:25 PM 5/18/2013 by Dustin Klemann - Q2 News
BILLINGS - The car fleet was slightly less than last year at the Career Center's fourth annual car show.
More than 30 unique cars peppered the parking lot, as eight of the 14 participants of the Skills USA -- an afterschool program for gearheads interested in working hands on -- showed off (More)
Posted 9:18 PM 5/17/2013 by CBS News
UNITED NATIONS — North Korea is still trying to import and export nuclear and ballistic missile-related items but financial and trade sanctions are slowing progress on development of their prohibited weapons, U.N. experts say in a new report.
Key parts of the expert panel's report (More)