Lauren Bradley


POSTED: 9:59 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 10:02 AM Aug 01 2014

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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Missoula police get preliminary approval for mobile command unit

The Missoula Police Department is one step closer to getting a mobile command unit. Police said it's a motor home with computers and radios -- a headquarters for law enforcement to meet during emergency situations.

UM researchers develop science for NASA

Early Thursday morning University of Montana researchers huddled in a conference room on campus to watch NASA launch a satellite, but unsafe windy conditions prevented the take-off.

Arlee teacher gets license to host TEDx event

An Arlee high school teacher applied and was recently licensed to host what's called a TEDx event.

U.S. Postal Service changes mail delivery standards

Bills and letters may show up a day late in Missoula mailboxes, because the U.S. Postal Service is changing how they process mail. It will now take two days for mail to get delivered in Missoula rather then the expected one day delivery. That's because the post office in Missoula will not sort the mail that comes in at night so it won't be ready for next day delivery.

Proposed bill would increase seat belt penalty fee

A state senator is backing a bill that would change Montana's seat belt laws. The proposed bill would increase the fine for not wearing a seat belt from $20 to $100.

500-bed student housing project moves forward

Developers are moving forward with plans to build a 500-bed housing project on Clay and East Front streets in downtown Missoula, across the street from the Missoula Public Library. Developers think the downtown location will make the complex a hot spot for students.

Missoula County Attorney's Office now on Facebook

The Missoula County Attorney's Office has a new page to check out on Facebook.

Proposed bill would increase gas tax by 5 cents

A Montana lawmaker wants to increase the state's gasoline tax. Rep. Nancy Wilson (D-Missoula) is sponsoring House Bill 275, which would raise the gas tax by a nickel. Wilson said the proceeds would be divided between local streets and road funds as well as public transportation.

Authorities battle against human trafficking in Montana

Human trafficking is a worldwide problem, but it can hit close to home. Montana's Attorney General gave us eight specific cases of human trafficking involving Montanans since 2011.

St. Ignatius neighbors, law enforcement react to shooting, manhunt

The man suspected of firing a shot at an off-duty, unarmed Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribal officer is now in custody.

UM creates new energy-efficient data center

A new data center on the University of Montana campus is the only of its kind in higher education. NBC Montana got a look inside the innovative center.

Missoula airport has plan in place to deal with weather, foggy conditions

It's not just vehicles that could be impacted by the upcoming weather. We wanted to know if the fog will affect flights at Missoula International Airport.

Montanans weigh in on bill to expand school districts

Students, administrators, teachers and parents weighed in on a bill that would give three medium sized school districts in Montana the opportunity to build a high school of their own.

New initiative aims to improve consumer confidence

President Obama is making identity theft and consumer protection top priorities for his administration this year. That comes after several high-profile data breaches at stores like Target and Home Depot.

Faceboook will post Amber Alerts to newsfeed

If you check your Facebook newsfeed it may look a little different, because Amber Alerts will now show up on your newsfeed. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children credits the Amber Alert for bringing home 728 children since 1996. Officials want to get the alerts out faster and to more people. That's exactly why they called on Facebook for some help.