Posted 10:55 PM 10/18/2013 by Q2 News Staff
Former Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer back in the national spotlight, with news that he's considering a run for President in 20-16.
Schweitzer himself is apparently fueling the fire. In an interview with Real Clear Politics -- a political website - the former governor says "there's 340 (More)
Posted 7:21 AM 10/18/2013 by MTN - Helena
HELENA - The Montana Department of Justice unveiled a campaign on Thursday aimed at raising awareness about human trafficking happening right here in Montana.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox (R) cited the statistic that of the 800,000 people trafficked worldwide each year, nearly half are (More)
Posted 8:38 PM 10/16/2013 by Q2 News
Congress inches its way toward a budget deal that would avoid default and reopen the government, but will it pass? We take you live to Capitol Hill for the latest.
The government shutdown takes a toll on the Northern Cheyenne reservation school. We show you why.
plus, we talk with this Billings bugler, who was a huge part of this past weekend's Big Sky Honor flight. (See his story!)
Posted 10:41 AM 10/17/2013 by Victoria Fregoso - Q2 News
BILLINGS - St. Vincent Healthcare celebrated the final phase of a remodel today. Doctors and patients gathered at the Orthopedic Center of Excellence for a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday morning.
The new renovation took over two years to complete and cost just over $8,000,000.(More)...
Posted 11:10 PM 10/15/2013 by Q2 News
The House bill to reopen the government falls apart, as the way out of the budget impasse shifts back to the Senate.
As many as 1,000 Montana federal workers considered non-essential have filed for unemployment. The question is will they have to pay it back?
Plus, a gun, a dog, the police and now a Billings man is behind bars. (and more)
Posted 7:02 PM 10/15/2013 by Q2 News
Billings police diffuse a sticky situation - arresting a man who barged into a local business claiming he was being chased.
A potential bill to get the government back open now appears to have stalled in the House. We have the very latest on the shutdown debacle.
Plus, it's pack the place in pink night! We take you LIVE to Skyview High School for a night of breast cancer stories, support and awareness.
Posted 7:49 PM 10/14/2013 by Q2 News
Marching with a mission. Billings residents protest the on-going government shutdown.
Monday marks one of the most controversial national holidays.
A look at Columbus Day, and the frustration it causes many Montanans.
And just what prompted an Elk to chase after a motorcycle along a Montana highway? (and more)
Posted 6:34 AM 10/14/2013 by Jason Laird - Q2 News
BILLINGS - With recent home assaults throughout Billings and crime on the rise, some Billings residents are taking steps to arm themselves responsibly.
Classes appropriately named F.A.S.T., "Fear Adrenaline Stress Training", were held Sunday at (More)