Jacqueline Gedeon

KTVM Butte Reporter

POSTED: 3:32 PM Dec 19 2013   UPDATED: 3:49 PM May 14 2014

Jacqueline Gedeon is a reporter for KTVM in Butte.

She comes to Montana all the way from Cleveland, Ohio, where she was born and raised. She graduated from Bowling Green State University with a major in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish.

In college, she was a reporter for the college news station, BG24 News, and was awarded with the Most Valuable Reporter award at the end of her senior year.

Jacqueline interned with two news stations, 13 ABC and WTOL- 11, in Toledo, Ohio. Along with internships and BG 24 News, Jacqueline held executive positions in her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. She was also very involved with her college sailing team. Jacqueline had a chance to study abroad her senior year. She traveled to Alcala de Henares, Spain, where she went to school and was completely immersed in Spanish culture. Jacqueline loved watching the Spanish news with her host mom every night.

In her spare time, Jacqueline loves racing sailboats. Yes, she knows she's not allowed to sail in the Berkeley Pit! She also loves hiking, attempting to snowboard and is always looking for a new adventure. Jacqueline is thrilled to be in Montana and already has fallen in love with the atmosphere and the people.

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Butte union members celebrate Labor Day with picnic

Butte union members celebrate Labor Day with picnic

A city with a rich history of labor unions, Butte had its annual Labor Day picnic at Stodden Park.

Searcher recounts finding missing UM student's vehicle

Searcher recounts finding missing UM student's vehicle

We are learning more about the search effort and recovery of a student who died on his way from Idaho to the University of Montana.

Butte-Silver Bow stepping in to clean up collapsed building

Butte-Silver Bow will step in to clean up collapsed building

You might remember when a building collapsed in Butte earlier this summer. Turns out the rubble still hasn't been cleaned up and now the city is stepping in.

Searcher recounts finding missing UM student's vehicle

Tip leads search party for missing UM student to Wisdom

Family members of a missing University of Montana student made their way to Montana in an attempt to find him.

Suspected meth mom pleads not guilty to forgery

Suspected meth mom pleads not guilty to forgery

A Butte mom who left a hospital with her newborn while apparently high on meth pleaded not guilty to forgery in an Anaconda courtroom Wednesday.

Butte resident recounts child falling from third story apartment window

Butte resident recounts child's fall from apartment window

Butte police say a 1-year-old fell from a third-story window last Friday, when she pushed on the screen to look outside.

Teacher fired for pregnancy sues Butte Central Catholic Schools

Teacher fired for pregnancy sues Butte Central Catholic Schools

A former Butte Catholic school teacher, reportedly fired for being unmarried and pregnant, is suing the school district.

Butte Law Enforcement takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Butte law enforcement officials take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Butte law enforcement officials and a district judge lined up to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for Lou Gehrig’s disease.

City meets with Butte Local Development Corp. to discuss contract

City meets with Butte Local Development Corp. to discuss contract

A Butte economic group says the ball is now in the city's court to figure out how it will work with the Butte Local Development Corporation.

Powell County locals want to see more officers on streets

Powell Co. residents want to see more officers on streets

Residents told us they aren't too happy about the recent layoffs in the Powell County Sheriff's Department.

Former Powell County deputy is write in sheriff candidate

Former Powell Co. deputy is write-in sheriff candidate

New developments in Powell County, where a deputy, let go after budget cuts, plans to run for sheriff against the man who laid him off.

Board denies parole request from woman convicted of double homicide

Board denies parole request from woman convicted of double homicide

The Montana Board of Pardons and Parole recommended Justine Winter for an inmate employment program, but she'll have to be accepted first.

Butte residents weigh in as Curtis begins campaign

Butte residents weigh in as Curtis begins campaign

Since being nominated to replace John Walsh in the U.S. Senate race, Amanda Curtis has lit up local, regional and national news.

Two democrats vie for senate candidate nomination

2 Democrats vie for Senate candidate nomination

Dirk Adams should be a familiar name to most Democrats. He ran in the primary election against John Walsh for Senate race candidacy.  Amanda Curtis won election to the state House in 2012.

Butte man charged with killing infant daughter wants new trial

Butte man charged with killing infant daughter wants new trial

A Butte man, found guilty of killing his infant daughter, was back in court Friday.