Chris Ferreira

KCFW Reporter

POSTED: 4:29 PM Jun 06 2014   UPDATED: 4:33 PM Jun 06 2014

Chris Ferreira is a reporter for KCFW in Kalispell. He is a native New Englander, born and raised in West Hartford, Connecticut.

Chris earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. During his time at RWU, Chris spent two summers as an intern with NBC Connecticut. He also lived in Washington, D.C., for four months while interning with the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley.

Chris is a big-time UConn Huskies basketball and Red Sox fan and can be found taking in a game whenever possible. 

Being new to Montana, he is excited to explore what the state has to offer and is ready to go hiking, skiing and whatever else Big Sky Country has in store for him. 

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Glacier Boat Company Apgar Boat Dock

Park businesses slow as rainy weather lingers

Weather in Glacier National Park is crucial for the Glacier Boat Company. The company rents boats on Lake McDonald.

U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds in Kalispell, Mont.

Crowds gather to watch Kalispell's own Thunderbird

It was a dark and cloudy morning at Glacier International Airport. But that didn't keep thousands from showing up to the Mountain Madness Air show.

Kalispell Walmart

OSHA piecing together events in Walmart fatality

The identity of the Walmart employee who fell from a moveable staircase at the Kalispell store has been released.

F-15 Jet

Safety preparations made ahead of Kalispell air show

Glacier International Airport was busy Wednesday as planes started arriving for this weekend's Mountain Madness Air Show.

Walmart Kalispell

OSHA investigates after fatal fall at Walmart in Kalispell

An investigation is underway after a workplace fall took the life of an employee in the Flathead.

Montana Mini Storage

Columbia Falls man released from jail after crash

A Columbia Falls man was in court Monday following a weekend crash. According to Montana Highway Patrol, Connor Taylor was headed home after a night of drinking.

Bear Fair in Polebridge

Bear fair educates a community

Northwest Montana is bear country. And wildlife officials want to make sure people don't forget it.

Christoper Showen Arraignment

Suspect arraigned in Whitefish road rage incident

Christopher Showen appeared in court Thursday for an arraignment on felony charges related to an early August road rage incident.

Exchange families and students

Host families needed for exchange program

Students from all over the world are coming to Montana as part of a high school exchange program. It's run by a program called International Cultural Exchange Services.


Wild horse injures young girl at state park

A 7-year-old girl was injured on Sunday by a wild horse at Wild Horse Island State Park. The island is on Flathead Lake, east of Big Arm State Park.

Middle Thompson Lake

Search continues for Missoula man who drowned

It's the second full day search crews spent on Middle Thompson Lake searching tirelessly for Anthony Bachman, who fell off a boat on Saturday. He wasn't wearing a life jacket.

Village Greens Golf Course

Golf scramble to benefit Flathead professionals

A golfing event in the Flathead will be raising funds for Flathead professionals. This week the Flathead Area Young Professionals will be hosting their annual golf scramble.

USAF Thunderbirds

Mountain Madness Air Show adds box seats

The Mountain Madness Air Show is just 12 days away, but new seats are being made available.

24 Hours of Flathead Food Booth

Fair booth raises money for special cause

Take a walk through the North West Montana Fair and  you'll see plenty of local groups selling food. But one booth is raising funds for a special event coming up in a few weeks.

North West Montana Fair food inspections

North Star Amusements food troubles continue

North Star Amusements is one of the concession companies supplying rides as well as some food booths at this weeks Northwest Montana Fair. They came under fire last week when three of their food vendors were forced to close in Missoula and they are facing more questions now in Kalispell.