Jordan Moore

KTVM Reporter

POSTED: 9:24 PM Jun 21 2013   UPDATED: 1:22 PM May 14 2014

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jordan moore

Jordan Moore is a reporter at KTVM in Bozeman.

Jordan graduated from the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks!) in May 2012 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. During college Jordan interned at Local 6 WKMG in Orlando, FL. She most recently worked in New Bern, North Carolina as a news producer at WCTI NewsChannel 12.

Jordan is a native Floridian who is excited to explore Montana and all that it has to offer!

When Jordan is not chasing down breaking news, she loves to travel, hang out with family and friends, watch college football, and especially watch her Gamecocks win! She also loves her morning cup of coffee and has never met a chocolate she didn’t enjoy.

Please e-mail Jordan with any questions, comments, concerns or story ideas.

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Tube sales increase as hot weather spikes

Tube sales increase as weather temperatures spike

With the heat sneaking up on us so fast, Ace Hardware in Missoula has sold more tubes to float on than in recent years.

Frenchtown Fire responds to explosion, grass fire

Frenchtown Rural Fire Department was called to a house a little after 7 a.m. for a small explosion and grass fire.

 Missoula hosts annual River Rod Run

Missoula hosts annual River Rod Run

Friday, June 26 marks the 15th annual Garden City River Rod Run. This is where the public can come downtown to look at classic and hot rod cars.

Tips to keep your house cool without an air conditioner

Tips to keep your house cool without an air conditioner

These temperatures would send anyone home to crank their air conditioning, but NBC Montana found some important tips to keep your house cool without it.

Teachers gather to learn effective teaching methods

Teachers gather to learn effective teaching methods

On Thursday, around 100 teachers from around Montana met in Missoula to improve their teaching skills.

Emergency responders urge safety with fireworks

Emergency responders urge safety with fireworks

The hot, dry weather is coming right as folks gear up to celebrate the nation's independence.

 Low river levels affect guided fishing trips

Low river levels affect guided fishing trips

In the summer, some tourists enjoy coming to Montana to enjoy the outdoors, especially fishing. One thing that's big is guided fishing trips. However, these fishing trips are a little more difficult with river levels at a historic low.

City Council members weigh minimum wage proposal

City Council members weigh minimum wage proposal

Missoula City Council members are hammering out numbers for the upcoming budget.

Lolo Peak Brewery announces second location in Old Sawmill District

Lolo Peak Brewery announces second location in Old Sawmill District

The owners of Lolo Peak Brewery have announced that they will be opening their second location in The Old Sawmill District. The Old Sawmill District is located near Allegiance Field in Missoula.

Groundbreaking in the Old Sawmill District

Ground breaking in the Old Sawmill District

Dozens gathered in Missoula today to celebrate a project 13-years in the making, the groundbreaking of the Polly Square Condominiums in the Old Sawmill District. The condos are one of many projects planned for the area, which will also feature commercial space, parks, and restaurants. Developer Leslie Wetherbee is excited for the future of the property.

 City wants to renovate Mayor's Office for better security

City wants to renovate Mayor's Office for better security

Missoula City Officials want to spend $50,000 renovating the Mayor's Office.

One city council member pushes to raise minimum wage for city workers

One city council member pushes to raise minimum wage for city workers

Alex Taft is a member on the Missoula City Council. He is proposing to raise the minimum wage for city workers. He believes that the city can set an example by raising the minimum wage for city workers who don't already make $15 an hour.

Mother promotes lawn mower safety after son was injured

Warm weather has a Montana mother warning people about lawn mower dangers, in hopes of preventing an injury like her son sustained last year.

FWP seeks information about vandalism at fishing access points

FWP seeks information about vandalism at fishing access points

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials are seeking the public's help to catch whoever vandalized a popular Missoula County fishing access site.

Target Range residents excited about new neighborhood deli

Target Range residents excited about new neighborhood deli

Community members in the Target Range area are excited to see a new deli connected to The Olde Dairy.