I’m a Cubs fan from Evansville, IN with a passion for radio and my Boston Terrier. When I was nine years old we came home from a midnight mass on Christmas Eve and found that someone had robbed us. They stole every present and a bunch of stuff from our house. There was one small package that was actually hidden back in the corner behind the tree, which turned out to be for me. It was a Donny and Marie Osmond wireless microphone that would connect to an AM radio. I set up a little radio studio in my mom and dad’s walk-in closet and ran wires through the house with speakers so they could listen to my show. My studio is a little bit bigger now, but I’m still just a big kid doing what I love to do.
Billings Will Get Rain, 12+ Inches of Snow Possible in Mountains
A soggy weather system will bring rain and possibly thunderstorms into Billings through Friday (6/19), but it will be return of winter in the higher elevations.
Oktoberfest Restaurant Closing, Food Truck Will Continue
Downtown Billings lost one of its most popular restaurants over the weekend when Lilac served their last meal. Now on the west end, a favorite spot for German food announced it will close in upcoming weeks.
Montana FWP Seeks Info on Illegal Killing of Bald Eagle
A reward of up to $2,000 is being offered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, in hope they will receive information that leads them to an individual who was responsible for the death of a bald illegal along the Yellowstone River.
Alberta Bair Theater Season Postponed ‘Indefinitely’
The Alberta Bair Theater remodel continues to move forward in downtown Billings, but an announcement came today that the beginning of the 2020-2021 season will be delayed.
Highway Closures Between Rockvale and Laurel Planned
The first of two closures on US Highway 212 / 310 is expected to begin soon, according to a press release from the Montana Department of Transportation.
We’re Bringing Lunch from American Classic Pizzeria Co.
Just when you think Friday's can't get any better, we are going to take care of lunch for you and your co-workers.
Police Chief: ‘No Credible Evidence’ Violent Groups Coming to Billings
The Billings Police Chief addressed what he called "Facebook chatter" regarding several group of violent protests converging on Billings for Sunday's protest.
UPDATE: Missing 15-Year Old Girl Found
A Missing Endangered Person Advisory has been issued, by the Montana Department of Justice, for a girl who was last seen June 1, 2020 in the Crow Reservation.
Warning: Yellowstone River Near or Above Flood Stage Through Monday (6/8)
The forecast doesn't call for an abnormal about of rain over the next week, but that won't keep the Yellowstone River from possibly flooding into our communities.
1 in 3 Montanans Met Their Neighbor for First Time During COVID-19
Before we were asked by health officials to physically distance ourselves because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems like we were already "distant" from those who were living closest to our homes.