Lauren Bradley

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POSTED: 9:59 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 6:25 PM Jul 18 2015

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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 spend her summers in several newsrooms in Upstate New York and in Denver, Colorado.

When Lauren isn't working, she likes to run, dabble in photography, and sneak away to see her twin sister in Seattle. She is excited to be living in beautiful Montana.

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Suspicious death outside hospital under investigation

Police launch homicide investigation after man found dead in car

Missoula police launched a homicide investigation after a man was found dead in a vehicle Sunday outside St. Patrick Hospital.

Celtic Festival scuffle prompts internal investigation for Missoula police

We've been taking a close look at Missoula Police Department's policy manual after a scuffle between an off-duty Missoula police officer and a man at the Celtic Festival. The incident was caught on camera.

Overnight showers bring some relief for Townsend area

Fire crews are back on the ground, mopping up and putting out hot spots at the Cabin Gulch Fire that's burning about 15 miles from Townsend.

Child well-being report shows improvements, downfalls for Montana

More U.S. children live in poverty now than before the great recession.

Grass fire near Belgrade burns 100 acres

A grass fire in Belgrade moved quickly and burned 100 acres of land Sunday around 12:30 p.m.

Greek festival expands, draws thousands

In the second day of the Greek Festival in Missoula, organizers were busy baking pastries and serving up gyros for a surprisingly large crowd.

Farmers say early start, early finish for some crops

The warm, dry weather in western Montana at the beginning of summer is being felt now at local farmers markets.

Retired smokejumper remembers jumps, friends

It's been 75 years since the U.S. Forest Service started hiring smokejumpers -- the firefighters who help battle and contain fires.

Motorcycle rally draws crowd from across US

Roughly 380 people flocked to Grizzly Harley-Davidson in Missoula for a motorcycle rally.

Missoula city leaders consider revamp of hands-free driving law

Missoula city leaders are taking a closer look at the ordinance that limits cellphone use while driving. Some city officials think the law is unclear and drivers are finding ways around it.

Laundry detergent pods hazardous for kids

Consumer Reports says the American Association of Poison Control got more than 6,000 reports of kids ingesting laundry detergent pods.

TOUR OF MONTANA

Tour of Montana organizers await street closure permits

At the end of the day Wednesday, city officials said they had not yet issued street closure permits for this weekend’s Tour of Montana, but organizers said they were confident the race would take place as planned.

Superior fire chief on paid leave after child porn charges

Superior's fire chief is on paid administrative leave after being charged with sexual abuse of children when investigators reportedly found child pornography on his computer.

Campus police meet requirements under federal settlement

The University of Montana campus police department has met federal requirements to improve its response to reports of sexual assault.   

Advocates offer alternatives to help isolated seniors

Seniors living in rural communities are among the most isolated. They have limited access to resources. That's what advocates for the elderly are trying to change.