Kevin Maki

KECI Reporter

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 4:26 PM Jun 23 2014

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Kevin Maki joined KECI-TV as a reporter in January 2010.

Kevin was born and raised on a farm in Corvallis, Montana. He graduated from Corvallis High School, then went on to get a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Montana (1978) and a B.A. in Radio-TV from the University of Montana (1981).

Kevin worked as a general assignment reporter and anchor at KPAX-TV in Missoula from 1981 to 1989. From there, he worked as a general assignment reporter at KOAA-TV in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Kevin returned to Montana in 2000 and reported for Montana Public Radio until taking his current position at NBC Montana.

If you have any questions, concerns, comments or story ideas, please e-mail Kevin at kmaki@keci.com.

Kevin's Latest Stories

DR. CHRIS CHRISTENSEN

Ravalli County doctor arrested, charged with 400 felony offenses

A Florence doctor whose clinic was raided and closed more than a year ago after an investigation into illegal prescription drug use has been arrested.

Hamilton High grad teaches 4th grade in her old classroom

Hamilton High grad teaches 4th grade in her old classroom

On the first day of classes in Hamilton, Alicia Toews returned to her elementary school as a teacher.

Darby wants option to place traffic feedback signs on Highway 93

Darby wants option to place traffic feedback signs on Highway 93

The town is asking the Montana Department of Transportation for permission to install portable signs it owns within city limits of the federal highway.

Darby Schools begin new year

Darby is the first public school in the Bitterroot to start the new season.

Hamilton teen awarded President's Volunteer Service Award

Hamilton teen awarded President's Volunteer Service Award

Megan Kirkland, 14, received commendation from President Barack Obama for her devotion to community service.

Community Medical Center welcomes 5 sets of twins

Community Medical Center welcomes 5 sets of twins

Desire' Peterson of Polson gave birth to twin boys, Carlos and Amaury, on Aug. 7.

Wildfire smoke leaves Bitterroot air quality unhealthy

Hamilton air quality listed as hazardous

Air quality in Ravalli County is listed as hazardous on the state's air quality monitoring website.

Bitterroot residents can monitor air quality on their own

People living with wildfire smoke can measure air quality on their own

The Ravalli County Environmental Health Department said we can gauge how unhealthy this smokey air is by using the "visibility index."

Rights read to Florence man accused of sex crimes against underage girls

Rights read to Florence man accused of sex crimes against underage girls

The arraignment of the 19-year-old former Florence High student has been continued until next week.

Ravalli Co commissioners hold budget hearings

Ravalli Co. commissioners hold budget hearings

Ravalli County's chief financial officer said fiscal year 2015 saw signs of economic upswing.

Wildland fire smoke still hanging over Bitterroot

Wildland fire smoke still hanging over Bitterroot

Air quality in Hamilton remains unhealthy, and is getting worse. The longer you stay outdoors the harder it is on your health.

Wildfire smoke leaves Bitterroot air quality unhealthy

Wildfire smoke leaves Bitterroot air quality unhealthy

Air quality in Ravalli County was among the worst in the state Tuesday.

Trapper Creek Job Corps students sort food for low income seniors

Trapper Creek Job Corps students sort food for low-income seniors

Students volunteered to help theĀ  Council on Aging prepare commodities for the late summer season.

Cooler temps, decreased winds help crews fight wildfires near Hamilton

Cooler temps, decreased winds help crews fight wildfires near Hamilton

Fire officials briefed Ravalli County commissioners on fire conditions in the Bitterroot. The Canyon Creek Fire is 40 percent contained. The Buck Horn Fire is 15 percent contained.

Four-generation farm family harvests bountiful corn crop

Four-generation farm family harvests bountiful corn crop

Elaine McPherson is the matriarch of a family farm that's been producing food in Stevensville for more than 60 years.

4-H, FFA handlers showcase western Montana's most beautiful animals

4-H, FFA handlers showcase western Montana's most beautiful animals

Young stockmen with their steers, sheep and hogs are competing for purple and blue ribbons at the Western Montana Fair.

Stevensville mayor announces resignation

Stevensville mayor announces resignation

Mayor Gene Mim Mack wants to devote more time to his family-owned and managed businesses in Stevensville.

Ravalli commissioners undecided whether to appeal subdivision ruling

Ravalli commissioners undecided whether to appeal subdivision ruling

Commissioners are studying a judge's order two weeks ago. He ruled against the board over its decision to give preliminary approval to the proposed Legacy Ranch subdivision.

Hamilton couple's garden offers unusual diversity for Montana climate

Hamilton couple's garden offers unusual diversity for Montana climate

Bill and Virginia Kindzerski's garden flourishes with common Montana plants. But it also grows unusual crops like a South American grain, celery and melons more often found in warmer zones.

Winds topple trees, destroy buildings in the Bitterroot

Winds topple trees, destroy buildings in Bitterroot

Loren Carney's shop took a big hit in the storm. But he and his family were lucky they weren't injured.