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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Specialized unit at St. Patrick Hospital among only 4 in U.S.

The Care and Isolation Unit (CIU) at St. Patrick Hospital is one of four nationwide. The other units are  in Atlanta, Georgia; Bethesda, Maryland; and Omaha, Nebraska. The special isolation unit is approved to accept patients with diseases such as Ebola. The progressive disease has already killed more than 2,900 people throughout West Africa.

Trailer of rotting chicken dumped in landfill

The mystery meat packed inside an abandoned trailer is no longer a mystery. Health workers say they found a mix of precooked chicken strips, raw skinless chicken and uncooked breaded tenders. They were all packed in cardboard boxes.

Salvation Army details plans for new location

The Salvation Army is moving from its downtown Missoula location to Russell Street.

UM police want more surveillance on campus

The University of Montana's Police Department wants more surveillance cameras put up around campus.

Missoula man faces felony charge of sexual abuse of children

A 47-year-old Missoula man is facing a felony charge of sexual abuse of children. Charging documents allege Donald Town placed an ad on Craigslist requesting sex from young males.

U.S. Forest Service proposal on photography raises questions

Proposed rules from the U.S. Forest Service aim to place restrictions on pictures and video taken on national forest land. The restrictions would require photographers and commercial film crews to purchase permits and get permission to shoot video or take a picture.

Prescription drug registry aids police investigation

The Montana Prescription Drug Registry combats prescription drug abuse and has proven to help in criminal investigations.

Superior post office reopened after bomb scare

Investigators say a suspicious package that prompted the evacuation of the Superior post office in Mineral County is not dangerous, and the post office has been reopened.

Argument over an unleashed dog results in an arrest

Missoula police said an argument last night over an unleashed dog led to a fight and an arrest.

Missoula high school girl raises money for terminally ill kids

A car show organized by a Missoula high school student raised enough money today to send a local 4 year old with Leukemia to Disney World.

Missoula County residents dump hazardous materials

Missoula County residents had the opportunity to toss their hazardous household products Saturday at a collection site in Missoula.

Cyber security course kicks off at the University of Montana

The University of Montana aims to educate students about cyber security with a new class.

Commissioner aims for October deadline on seven campaign complaint decisions

Jonathan Motl's days are consumed by sifting through campaign complaints. As Commissioner of Political Practices, he's got to get to the bottom of seven complaints by the middle of next month.

Attorney and victim advocate weigh in on social media and restraining orders

The Missoula man who faces 33 felony counts of violating a restraining order is making national headlines, including in the New York Daily News.

Transient man accused of rape pleads not guilty

A transient man pled not guilty to a felony charge of sexual intercourse without consent.