Lauren Bradley

Reporter

POSTED: 9:59 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 10:02 AM Aug 01 2014
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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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Lauren's Latest Stories

Two men injuried in Seeley Lake work site explosion

Two people are in the hospital after an explosion at a western Montana work site Friday. The call came in around 8:30 a.m. after workers reportedly ruptured a propane line behind the Bear and Bison Mercantile in Seeley Lake just northeast of Missoula. It's about three blocks away from Seeley Lake Elementary.

New DEA rule aims to increase access to prescription drug disposal

Pharmacists says proper drug disposal is a way to prevent drug abuse. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) put out a new voluntary regulation on October 9, which aims to put prescription drug drop boxes in pharmacies so they are accessible to the public.

Prescription drug registry looks to expand outside state lines

Prescription drug abuse is down and law enforcement credits Montana's Prescription Drug Registry.

Counterfeit money circulates through Lake County

Law enforcement officials warn businesses to look out for counterfeit money after some phony bills starting show up at businesses and banks in Lake County.

UM advocacy center sees increase in assault victims seeking help

More students at the University of Montana are seeking help from on campus sexual assault advocacy programs.

Explosion suspect faces child endangerment charge

A Missoula woman faces charges of child endangerment and tampering with evidence after her University of Montana apartment caught fire in an explosion in mid-October.

Increased heroin use linked to reduced prescription drug abuse

Montana Drug Task Force leaders are tracking an increase in heroin use.

Transient homicide suspect's girlfriend faces obstruction charges

A transient woman arrested in Louisiana in connection with the murder of a man at a homeless camp appeared in Missoula Justice Court Friday.

South Ave. bridge proposal moves forward

Missoula's South Ave. bridge is one step closer to construction. Missoula County Comissioners approved a preliminary engineering deal with the Montana Department of Transportation Thursday.

Missoula man pleads not guilty to assault, rape charges

A Missoula man pleaded not guilty to two felony charges of aggravated assault and sexual intercourse without consent.

Suspect faces deliberate homicide charge in transient's death

A transient man who was arrested in Louisiana on suspicion of killing a man at a homeless camp appeared in Missoula Justice Court Thursday. Kevin Lino, 27, faces a felony charge of deliberate homicide.

Security experts, police weigh in on phone scam protection

Police continue to get reports about a phone scam circling through western Montana.

Phone scammer poses as police department

Missoula police started receiving complaints from people who say they've received phone calls from a man who claims to be with the police department. The caller ID can be tracked to the police department.

Tobacco shipment stolen, sheriff’s office seeks information

The Missoula County Sheriff's Office is looking for the person responsible for stealing over $31,000 worth of cigarettes, chewing tobacco and cigars from a shipping and receiving company.

City council member concerned about safety at skate park

The St. Ignatius City Council plans to take up one council member's concerns about safety at a community skate park. The park's not far from downtown, it was built after local kids died in alcohol-related accidents, as an option to keep kids busy.