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

Pasty shop opens in Hamilton

Pasty shop opens in Hamilton

The MineShaft Pasty Co. offers traditional Cornish pasties, and throws in a bit of history about the centuries-old dish.

Ravalli Co Council on Aging building new Meals on Wheels kitchen

Ravalli Co. Council on Aging builds new Meals on Wheels kitchen

The new kitchen replaces a temporary kitchen that was built eight years ago.

Pioneer Log Homes builds entryway for resort, golf course

Pioneer Log Homes builds entryway for resort, golf course

The massive building will be ready in time for a PGA golf tournament in April.

Backcountry Horsemen hold state convention in Hamilton

Back Country Horsemen hold state convention in Hamilton

Pictured is a scene from a locally produced western movie that premiered at the convention Friday evening.

Bitterroot Nat'l Forest proposes timber thinning project near Lake Como

Bitterroot Nat'l Forest proposes timber thinning project near Como

The Forest Service released final plans to thin 2,500 acres between Lake Como and Lost Horse Road.

Fisherman's death on Bitterroot River prompts safety reminders

Fisherman's death on Bitterroot River prompts safety reminder

The 74-year-old Darby area man died Wednesday, after being tipped from his boat.

Ex-convict who made felony threats against ranch couple gets 75 years

Offender who made felony threats against ranch couple gets 75 years

John Fesler Lance was convicted in February, and has been designated a persistent felony offender.

Residents want to reduce  Highway 93 speed in Evaro area

Residents want to reduce Highway 93 speed in Evaro area

Peter Kolb would like to see a speed limit of 65 on a 6-mile stretch of the highway.

9 people arrested  for suspected DUI in Bitterroot over weekend

9 people arrested for suspected DUI in Bitterroot over weekend

The Ravalli County DUI task force said the numbers are unusually high.

Hamilton Middle School students skype with Sen. Daines

Hamilton Middle School students Skype with Sen. Daines

Civics students grilled the Republican leader on a number of political issues.

Teller Wildlife Refuge installs nesting boxes to attract wood ducks

Teller Wildlife Refuge installs nesting boxes for wood ducks

Wood ducks are not plentiful in Ravalli County, and the refuge wants to create safe nesting habitats to attract them.

Scientists research prevalence of Lyme Disease in Ravalli Co

Scientists research prevalence of Lyme disease in Ravalli Co.

A University of Montana graduate student and a retired pediatrician/pathologist are looking for volunteers for their research.

Wind gusts fall trees in Bitterroot

Wind gusts knock down trees in Bitterroot

Old cottonwoods, as well as young evergreens, either snapped or were uprooted in a Sunday evening wind storm.

Bitterroot College students test wells for nitrate levels

Bitterroot College students test wells for nitrate levels

The field studies are possible thanks to the Patti Furniss Education Memorial Fund.

Vets group, emergency workers offer class on building emergency kits

Vets group, emergency workers offer class on building emergency kits

The class will be held at the Bitterroot Valley Church of the Nazarene in Victor.

Family sawmill processes logs skidded with horses

Family sawmill processes logs skidded with horses

The Plocher family of Corvallis spent the winter skidding logs with their animals. Now they're sawing that timber at their own sawmill.

Ravalli Co commissioners hear sobering report, DUI numbers up

Ravalli Co. commissioners hear sobering report, DUI numbers up

Ravalli County had 234 DUIs in 2014, up from 169 DUIs in 2013.

Bitterroot Irrigation District looks for funding to replace aged infrastructure

Bitterroot Irrigation District looks for funding to replace aged infrastructure

The district wants to replace a 106-year-old siphon and bridge, but money is tight.

Bitterroot snowpack levels pretty good, but warm days causing meltoff

Bitterroot snowpack pretty good, but warm days causing meltoff

Bitterroot snowpack levels are at 98 percent of median.

M2 Green owes Missoula Co $685,000 in back taxes

M2 Green owes Missoula Co. $685,000 in back taxes

Frenchtown is feeling the effects of the delinquency.