Lauren Bradley

Reporter

POSTED: 9:59 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 10:02 AM Aug 01 2014
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Lauren Bradley is a reporter for KECI in Missoula. Lauren graduated from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism in May 2014.

Lauren lived on the east coast most of her life but is no stranger to Mountain Time as she attended high school in Casper, Wyoming. Lauren interned in the newsroom for ABC in Denver, Colorado and Syracuse, New York. While in school, Lauren traveled abroad to Istanbul, Turkey.

When Lauren isn't working, she likes to travel, run, read and dabble in photography. She is excited to be living in beautiful Montana.

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Standardized bar exam broadens scope to 50 states

The Montana bar's switch to a standardized test takes the focus off Montana law and broadens the scope to all 50 states. The test results from July's bar exam reveal a 20 percent drop in passing scores.

Pretrial supervision program in Missoula expands

Missoula Correctional Services is expanding its pretrial supervision program. Director Sue Wilkens says the program is busy, so they're adding a new employee.

Attorney jailed for alleged sobriety program violation

Missoula attorney David Avery allegedly violated the sobriety and accountability program. Justice Court clerks say he was arrested Wednesday.

Man pleads not guilty to sex abuse of children charge

A Missoula man pleaded not guilty Thursday to a felony charge of sexual abuse of children.

Candidates for Missoula Co. sheriff discuss department, election

Missoula County voters may have thought the race for sheriff was over, but in a last-minute push came a write-in campaign.

Missoula Co. officials hope to find missing courthouse chandelier

There's a mystery at the Missoula County Courthouse and county officials are asking for Missoulians' help. A chandelier was removed from one of the courtrooms in 1954 and hasn't turned up since.

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Man faces 5 felony charges in drug explosion

A Missoula man arrested after a drug-related explosion on Sunday faces five felony charges.

Father and son face drug charges

A father and son appeared side by side in Missoula Justice Court Tuesday.

Final drug sting suspect sentenced to probation

Rachelle Kolden, of Missoula, was sentenced to three years probation on two counts of accountability for robbery and criminal distribution of dangerous drugs.

UM law school bar scores drop, dean reacts

Bar exam scores dropped drastically over the last year and faculty and staff at the University of Montana are looking at what went wrong.

Medical assisting program returns to Missoula College

An increased demand for medical assistants is prompting the Missoula College to bring back its medical assisting program.

Concertgoers advised to find parking early

The Adams Center is preparing for a big night Saturday, with a performance from Dierks Bentley in front of a sold-out crowd. That sold-out crowd means packed parking lots at the University of Montana.

Public defenders explain need for more funding

Montana public defenders are overwhelmed by court cases piling up, so they're making a public appeal to the state. Chief Public Defender William Hooke said the problem is statewide.

Jail overcrowding creates stress for detention officers

Overcrowding at the Missoula County Detention Facility is affecting the morale of the detention officers. Stressed out is how officers feel on a daily basis.

Overcrowded dentention center seeks alternative solutions

Too many inmates and not enough beds -- that's a common scenario at the Missoula County Detention Facility. Now county commissioners and jail administrators are taking steps to solve the problem.