Will Wadley

KECI Weekend Anchor

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 8:40 AM Mar 04 2015

Will Wadley hails from Henderson, Nevada, studied journalism at Biola University in southern California, and made Montana his home in 2010. Since then, he’s worked for NBC Montana, first as a general assignment reporter in Kalispell and Missoula, and currently, as the weekend producer and anchor.

Away from work, Will is an avid runner and reader. He’s the owner of a kind and devious Australian Shepherd. He’s an active member at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, and he’s very proud and thankful to live in Missoula, Montana.

His interests include localism, consumer technology, religion, the criminal justice system, and the San Antonio Spurs.

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

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Bullock touts Medicaid expansion plan at St. Patrick Hospital

Gov. Steve Bullock was in Missoula Wednesday to lobby for his Medicaid expansion plan ahead of a committee hearing on the bill in Helena on Friday.

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UM grad Simmons wins Oscar

University of Montana graduate J.K. Simmons was recognized on the biggest stage in Hollywood Sunday night with an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

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Kardashian sisters uninjured after slideoff in Bozeman

Montana Highway Troopers report numerous crashes and slideoffs in the Bozeman area on Saturday but one in particular has drawn national attention, one involving the Kardashians.

MPD investigates fatal crash on Reserve St. Bridge

UPDATE: Reserve street is now open in both directions.

Mountain Water employees reject city's contract offer

For the second time, the employees of Mountain Water Company released an email stating that they unanimously reject a contract offer that would guarantee their jobs if the city of Missoula acquires the utility.

 48-year-old Roy Bieluch

Escaped Idaho inmate shot by homeowner

Authorities in north Idaho say an inmate jailed on burglary charges escaped by working his way through a ceiling crawl space in a utility room to reach the lobby.

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Judge denies motion to delay Mountain Water trial

For the second time, a Missoula judge denied an attempt to delay the condemnation trial for Missoula's water supply, which means that the Mountain Water condemnation trial will start one month from Wednesday, on March 18.

Suspect in custody after Missoula motel fire

A man is in custody on charges of arson after a fire was reported at a Missoula motel Sunday night.

Semi rollover closes I-90 on ramp near Bonner

Emergency crews are responding to a semi-truck rollover on Interstate 90 near Bonner.

Missoula police search for male, female suspect in casino armed robbery

Butte man in custody after convenience store robbery

At approximately 1:00 pm Saturday, the Butte 911 center received a call reporting that a robbery had occurred at the Thriftway Store located at the intersection of Holmes and Harrison in Butte.

Dede's dad: 'Kaarma is not Missoula, Kaarma is Kaarma'

After an emotional sentencing hearing that saw Missoula resident Markus Kaarma sentenced to 70 years in prison, the father of Kaarma's victim, Diren Dede, told a group of reporters that he and his family will continue to suffer.

New ordinance requires pawn shops to submit records electronically

City council revisits pawn shop ordinance

The Missoula City Council on Wednesday took another look at an ordinance backed by the police department that would control how pawn shops report their merchandise.

Lawmaker: Yoga pants comment 'a joke,' inspires beer

A state legislator says an offhand comment he made about yoga pants this week outside a committee hearing in Helena was a joke, taken out of context.


A year later, Malmstrom Air Base team recovers

It's been a year since dozens of missile launch officers were implicated in a cheating scandal at Malmstrom Air Force Base.

Legislators presented with brewery bills

Montana lawmakers were presented with two competing bills Friday that could each change the way beer and alcohol are sold in Montana.