Alli Friedman

KCFW Reporter

POSTED: 7:38 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 2:05 PM Jul 02 2014
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Alli Friedman is a reporter for KCFW in Kalispell. She was born and raised in southern California, and is excited to be living in northwest Montana.

Alli earned her BFA in Television and Broadcast Journalism from Chapman University in Orange County, CA. 

While in school, she interned for NBC LA, KTLA-TV, and PBS SoCal. 

When Alli isn't in the newsroom, she loves to travel, work out, watch hockey and hang out with friends and family.

Being new to Montana, Alli is excited to adventure and explore the outdoors. 

If you have any questions, comments, concerns or story ideas please contact Alli by email.

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Montana ranked 7th best state for locally produced foods

Montana ranked 7th best state for locally produced foods

The State of Montana was recently ranked the 7th best state, in the country, for the availability of locally produced foods.

New report gives Montana short-term air quality poor grades

New report gives Montana short-term air quality poor grades

A new air quality report released from the American Lung Association gives many Montana communities a poor grade.

Flathead residents warned of possible Facebook scam

Flathead parents and students are being warned about a Facebook scam circulating the valley.

Grant helps launch behavioral health program in Kalispell

Grant helps launch behavioral health program in Kalispell

A program through the Western Montana Area Health Education Center received about a $450,000 grant to help bring mental health workers to serve rural hospitals around the state. 

Whitefish voters approve resort tax increase

Whitefish voters approve resort tax increase

After Whitefish approved a 1-percent increase in its resort tax, NBC Montana took a closer look at how much it would affect your wallet on a typical day out.

Kalispell’s Gateway West Mall to be auctioned off in May

Kalispell's Gateway West Mall to be auctioned in May

Owners of a section of Kalispell’s Gateway Center Mall will put the building up for auction in May.

Whitefish native ‘safe and sound’ after Mt. Everest avalanche

Whitefish native 'safe and sound' after Mt. Everest avalanche

A Whitefish native was getting ready for her sixth attempt to climb Mount Everest when an earthquake hit Nepal, triggering avalanches on Mount Everest.

Banquet supports ALERT helicopter program in Kalispell

Banquet supports ALERT emergency service program in Kalispell

For 40 years, the ALERT helicopter and crew have watched over the Flathead Valley and surrounding region.

Montana trees threatened by disease

Montana trees threatened by disease-carrying insects

More than 60 cities across the state celebrated Arbor Day on Friday, April 24. The celebration is important because the insects are carrying diseases, and posing a threat to the state’s urban forest.

Statewide commuter challenge to start in May

Statewide commuter challenge to start in May

For the month of May, organizations are challenging people across the state to walk, ride their bike or take a bus to work instead of driving.

Somers/Lakeside fire department purchases land for new fire hall

Somers Lakeside Fire Dept. purchases land for new fire hall

Plans are underway for a $2 million project to build a new fire hall in Somers. The Somers Lakeside Fire Department recently purchased five acres of land on Somers Road near Highway 82.

Brain injury conference brings survivors together

Brain injury conference brings together survivors

The State of Montana ranks second in the nation for the number of traumatic brain injury related deaths per capita.

Flathead Co. sheriff’s deputies to start using body cameras

Flathead Co. sheriff's deputies to start using body cameras

In a few months, every Flathead County sheriff's deputy will be wearing a body camera.

Flathead couple arrested for alleged credit card fraud

Flathead couple arrested for alleged credit card fraud

Flathead County Sheriff’s arrested a couple and charged them in connection with spending nearly $10,000 on a stolen credit card.

Montana schools awarded grants to expand school breakfast programs

Montana schools awarded grants to expand school breakfast programs

Governor Steve Bullock awarded several Montana schools a special grant to help expand school breakfast programs.