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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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 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.

Man accused of robbing NW Drug Task Force agent pleads guilty

Man accused of robbing NW Drug Task Force agent pleads guilty

A Kalispell man accused of robbing a man he was going to sell drugs to changed his plea to guilty in Flathead County District Court.

Fire reported at newly reopened Kalispell restaurant

Kalispell restaurant to reopen on Friday after reported fire

A restaurant in Kalispell that caught fire earlier this week plans to reopen Friday afternoon.

Fire reported at newly reopened Kalispell restaurant

Kalispell restaurant owner optimistic after structure fire

A structure fire broke out at a restaurant in Kalispell that just reopened nearly 40 days ago.

Bigfork Public School District seeks community input about high school upgrades

Bigfork Public School District looks to upgrade high school

Administrators at the Bigfork Public School District are looking to pass a bond to help fund improvements at the high school, but they want the public to weigh in.

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GNP encourages students to submit artwork for park pass contest

Glacier National Park and the Glacier National Park Conservancy are asking students to submit their artwork for the annual park pass artwork contest.

Annual pond skim event marks end of ski season

Annual pond skim event marks end of ski season

More than one thousand people gathered on Whitefish Mountain to celebrate the 10th annual pond skim event.

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Bill to eliminate school Common Core standards tabled

NBC Montana is following up after Montana state senators turned their backs on a proposal to eliminate the Common Core standards.

Kalispell elementary students stock local pond with trout

Kalispell elementary students stock local pond with trout

Elementary students in the Flathead spent their afternoon stocking a local pond with trout.

Flathead Co. residents push for goat sales at NW Montana Fair

Flathead Co. residents push for goat sales at NW Montana Fair

Some Flathead County residents have been working for nearly six years to get goats added to the meat auction category at the Northwest Montana Fair.

Flathead Co. tax preparer pleads not guilty to theft charges

Flathead Co. tax preparer pleads not guilty to theft charges

A Flathead County tax preparer pleaded not guilty to a felony theft charge after allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from a customer.

Polson considers implementing resort tax

Polson considers implementing resort tax

The City of Polson is thinking about implementing a resort tax to get more money for infrastructure improvements.

GNP plowing ahead of schedule due to lack of snow

Lack of snow keeps Glacier Park plowing ahead of schedule

Plowing is in full force on Glacier National Park’s Going to the Sun Road, and it’s ahead of schedule. Park officials attribute that to a lack of snowfall this year.