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.
Detour Removal At Hwy 3 & Zimmerman Begins Monday
While Zimmerman Trail has reopened to all traffic after chip sealing and striping was completed, there's another project nearby that could slow traffic this week.
6 Things To Take Dad To Do In Billings This Weekend
With Father's Day coming up on Sunday, don't buy another neck tie for the man who brought you into this world. Take Dad out to one of these events this weekend:
I’ve Only Got 33.9 Years Left To Live
On Friday I'll be celebrating my first birthday as a Montanan. According to a new study, I'll be alive longer now that I'm in the Treasure State compared to where I was born.
Food Truck Battle Will Help Homeless Veterans
The "Food Truck Battle on the Yellowstone" goes down on Saturday, June 15 on the grounds at MetraPark from 12 noon to 7pm. All area food trucks are invited with live music from D'tective 12 to 3pm and Brickhouse Band from 3:30 to 6:30pm.
Friday Is Opening Day At Dehler Park For Billings Mustangs
Final preparations at Dehler Park are wrapping up as baseball fans eagerly await opening day for our hometown minor league team.
Billings Will Have “Perfect Storm” Of Traffic This Week
With construction on 27th Street for water line installation, Zimmerman Trail being closed intermittently and the arrival of Vice President Mike Pence, Downtown Billings will become a mess of traffic congestion beginning Wednesday (6/12) morning
Montanans Spends Less On Prescription Drugs Than Most In U.S.
The cost of prescription drugs is a growing problem, especially for seniors. Nearly half of Americans take at least one prescription medication, but that number jumps to 90% for seniors.
Montana Is One Of America’s Least “Catfished” States
While the number of catfishing victims has increased more than 50 percent nationally over the past three years, Montanans are falling for the scam less than most U.S. states.
Art Walk, Strawberry Festival, Ranch Horse Challenge
It's going to be another busy weekend of events around the Treasure State so we've highlighted some of the activities you won't want to miss.
Billings Woman Cycling 200 Miles For Child Cancer Research
More than 150,000 riders from all 50 states have raised over $16 million for Children's Cancer Research Fund (CCRF) since the Great Cycle Challenge USA began in 2015.