Kevin Maki

KECI Reporter

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 4:26 PM Jun 23 2014

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Kevin Maki joined KECI-TV as a reporter in January 2010.

Kevin was born and raised on a farm in Corvallis, Montana. He graduated from Corvallis High School, then went on to get a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Montana (1978) and a B.A. in Radio-TV from the University of Montana (1981).

Kevin worked as a general assignment reporter and anchor at KPAX-TV in Missoula from 1981 to 1989. From there, he worked as a general assignment reporter at KOAA-TV in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Kevin returned to Montana in 2000 and reported for Montana Public Radio until taking his current position at NBC Montana.

If you have any questions, concerns, comments or story ideas, please e-mail Kevin at kmaki@keci.com.

Kevin's Latest Stories

Corvallis voters say no to $440,000 school levy proposal

Corvallis voters say no to $440,000 school levy proposal

With a 28 percent turnout, Corvallis voters rejected the general fund levy slated for operation and maintenance.

Trapper Creek Job Corps students tour Bitterroot College

Trapper Creek Job Corps students tour Bitterroot College

One group the college is reaching out to is a newly minted crop of trade students.

Montana non-profits go online for marathon fundraiser

Montana nonprofits go online in marathon fundraiser

Montana Gives Day hopes to raise as much as $1 million for nonprofits in communities all over the state.

Corvallis voters at polls to decide on school levy

Corvallis voters at polls to decide on school levy

Voters are deciding whether to approve a $440,000 general fund levy to fund operations and maintenance.

Researchers study wolverines in Bitterroot Mountains

Researchers study wolverines in Bitterroot Mountains

Defenders of Wildlife and 150 volunteers set up monitoring stations to view wolverines and other forest mammals.

Bear country homeowners urged to take bird feeders down

Bear country homeowners urged to take bird feeders down

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks bear manager Jamie Jonkel said bird seed is addictive to bears.

Corvallis voters will decide on $440,000 mill levy request

Corvallis voters will decide on $440,000 mill levy request

The district is asking voters to restore staffing and program cuts and to catch up on deferred maintenance.

Hamilton helicopter company awarded contract to fight fires

Hamilton helicopter company awarded contract to fight fires

Pilot Andy Orr is preparing for wildland firefighting season with his Bell UH-1H Huey helicopter.

Ravalli Co. DUI task force holds leadership breakfast

Ravalli Co. DUI Task Force holds leadership breakfast

Retired Kansas judge Tommy Webb told the crowd acts of kindness can inspire greatness in others.

Man in high profile Ravalli Co. criminal case sentenced

Man in high-profile Ravalli Co. criminal case sentenced

In a plea deal Byron Hall was sentenced to 15 years in prison on a felony drug charge and felony tampering with evidence. He was originally charged with a slew of crimes including sexual intercourse without consent and forcing meth on a 17-year-old girl.

Meeting on proposed settlement of Legacy Ranch lawsuit scheduled

Meeting on proposed settlement of Legacy Ranch suit scheduled

The proposed settlement calls for paying Bitterrooters for Planning $70,000 for attorneys' fees in a lawsuit the conservation group won against the county.

Bitterroot 8th graders participate in simulated drunk driving test

Bitterroot 8th graders participate in simulated drunk driving test

Eighth Grade Transitions is a DUI task force program that shows kids how impaired driving affects motor skills.

Bitterroot College students prepare for water symposium

Bitterroot College students prepare for water symposium

On Friday the college will host the gathering, which features several speakers and panels on water issues in the Bitterroot.

 Hamilton family's old homeplace now home to new credit union

Hamilton family's old homeplace now home to new credit union

Anita Simmons John grew up on the site where the Bitterroot Community Federal Credit Union is now located. John was the first new member on its first day of business.

Darby woman charged with attempted deliberate homicide

Erin Elizabeth Longpre is accused of hitting her boyfriend with the Ford Expedition she was driving.

Stevensville bike path trees to be removed for transmission lines

Stevensville bike path trees to be removed for transmission lines

NorthWestern Energy says some trees could pose safety hazards. The company will replace them with shorter varieties.

Darby woman faces attempted murder charge

Erin Elizabeth Longpre is accused of hitting a man with a car on a mountain road near Darby.

Stevensville council takes steps to fill mayor, judge postions

Stevensville council takes steps to fill mayor, judge positions

One day after Mayor Paul Ludington resigned, the Stevensville Town Council held a special meeting.

Big Ditch begins releasing water for irrigation season

Big Ditch releasing water for Bitterroot irrigation season

Agricultural water users onĀ  the 72-mile irrigation canal should have water for their spring and summer seasons next week.

Hamilton crowd takes public stand against sexual violence

Hamilton crowd takes public stand against sexual violence

About 50 people marched through downtown Hamilton in the community's 11th annual Take Back the Night gathering.