Scott Zoltan

KECI Reporter

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 9:04 AM Mar 04 2015
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Scott Zoltan became a reporter for NBC Montana in August 2011. He got his first taste of journalism at an early age, writing articles for his hometown newspaper in San Diego. When he arrived at the University of Oregon, he made the transition from print to broadcast and graduated with a B.A. in Journalism: Electronic Media. In his time at school, Scott reported for a student newscast and served as Multimedia Editor for the school's newspaper.

In Summer 2010 he ventured eastward for an internship at a PBS affiliate in Albany, New York. He worked for New York Now, a weekly statewide public affairs program. Scott divided his time between the studio and the Capitol, covering the primary elections and the summer budget crisis.

Upon graduating, Scott worked for an online environmental news start-up in Eugene, Oregon, before making his way to beautiful Montana.

He's excited to be reporting for NBC Montana. When he's not reporting the news, Scott likes to read, hike and hit the slopes.

Please email Scott with any questions, comments or story ideas.

Scott Zoltan's Latest Stories

UM Bookstore

Jon Krakauer releases new book

The University of Montana's bookstore has 500 copies ordered of Jon Kraukauer's book called 'Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town.'

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Only love can cure South African Violence

The cultural "separateness" of South African society has been the most deeply disturbing part of my otherwise pleasant four years of living in South Africa.

When I moved to South Africa in 2011, I looked forward to the promise of the Rainbow Nation; ...

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No. 1 cause of bad work-life balance? Bad bosses

Be honest. How many times have you said this to your 5-year-old: "Hold on a sec, honey, I just have to answer this email from work."

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev jury selection

Poll: 53% say Tsarnaev should face death penalty

A new CNN/ORC poll finds most Americans think Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the man found guilty on 30 counts related to the bombings which occurred during the Boston Marathon in April 2013, should get the death penalty for his crimes.

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URGENT - Tulsa Shooting Manslaughter Plea

(CNN) -- Tulsa County Reserve Sheriff's Deputy Robert Bates pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a charge of second degree manslaughter in the shooting death of a man he says he meant to subdue. Bates' preliminary hearing is set for July 2.

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Wedding ring found in dog poop

A missing wedding ring turned up in extremely unusual circumstances in Alaska.

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Cubs call up top prospect Russell to help infield

PITTSBURGH --- The Chicago Cubs called up their second top prospect in the span of five days Tuesday when infielder Addison Russell was promoted from Triple-A Iowa. A club source told The Sports Xchange on Monday night, following the Cubs s...

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Cops: Man threatens Burger King over no breakfast

A Connecticut man is facing charges after allegedly threatening to shoot up a Burger King because it stopped serving breakfast.

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Pope accepts U.S. bishop's resignation

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Robert Finn, the highest-ranking U.S. Catholic official to be convicted amid the church's long-running sex abuse scandal, the Vatican announced Tuesday.

Finn, who led the Diocese of Kansas City-St. J...

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Update your NBC Montana news app

NBC Montana’s news app just got a whole lot better, with a new user-friendly platform and interactive design!

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Hawks' Budenholzer NBA Coach of the Year

Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer will be named NBA Coach of the Year at a press conference Tuesday afternoon. Budenholzer guided the team to the best regular season in franchise history and finished with 67 first-place votes to bec...

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Netflix to air 'Full House' reunion, spinoff

So, you'd like a "Full House" reunion and spinoff? You got it, dude!

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Largest 'structure' ever found is... a void

Scientists have confirmed the existence of what one said might be "the largest individual structure ever found by humanity" -- a supervoid in space with far fewer galaxies than is usual.

The confirmation shows that traditional models of physics can ex...

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URGENT - Deal reached on human trafficking bill, clearing way for Lynch vote

(CNN) -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday that negotiators had reached a "bipartisan" deal on the anti-human trafficking bill, and expects a vote to confirm Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch this week. "I'm glad we can sa...

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Man who claims to own 50% of Facebook can't revive lawsuit

Paul Ceglia, a fugitive who claims he owns 50% of Facebook, cannot appeal a court ruling against him.

A federal appeals court called the 41-year old Ceglia's attempt to revive his years-old case against Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook "meritless."

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