Shellye Leggett

Reporter

POSTED: 3:55 PM Aug 19 2014   UPDATED: 4:11 PM Aug 19 2014
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Shellye Leggett is a reporter at KTVM in Bozeman for NBC Montana. Shellye comes to Montana from the very Windy City, Chicago, where she earned her Master's in Journalism at DePaul University. Shellye is originally from Las Vegas, NV (yes, she loves the outrageously hot summers!)

During her time at DePaul, Shellye was a multimedia journalist and anchor for DePaul's weekly student run news broadcast, "Good Day DePaul." She also interned for the Chicago based morning show, WCIU, You and Me This Morning, the summer of 2013.

Before receiving her Master’s, Shellye graduated from North Park University in Chicago. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies. While at North Park, Shellye was on both the Lady Vikings Softball and Women's Track and Field teams and was named to the Academic All-American list in 2011 and 2012.

When Shellye isn't working hard in the newsroom, she loves to workout, be active and also spend time with her friends and family. Shellye is very excited to start her Reporting Career in beautiful Montana and is excited to engage with the community!

If you have any questions, concerns, comments or story ideas please contact Shellye at Sleggett@ktvm.com, find her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

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Montana students compete at robotics championships

Montana students compete at robotics championship

On Friday, elementary, middle and high school students from all over the west gathered at Montana State for the annual MSU College of Engineering FIRST Robotics Championship.

Bozeman bar gets ready to root for New England on Sunday

Bozeman bar gets ready to root for New England on Sunday

A Bozeman bar has been gearing up to root on the New England Patriots.

Gallatin Co. education, democrat leaders talk about legislative education bills

Democrats, education leaders talk legislative education bills in Bozeman

The Gallatin County Democrats central committee met with the Montana Education Association president to talk about an important topic coming up in the legislature -- the privatization of education in the state.

Gov. Bullock talks possible tuition freeze for Montana colleges

Gov. Bullock talks possible tuition freeze for Montana colleges

Governor Steve Bullock is getting ready to ask the legislature for an extension on tuition freezes for all Montana colleges.

Fishing and hunting permits available next week

Fishing, hunting permits available next week

It's that time of year again -- fishing licenses and applications for resident and nonresident and deer and elk hunting permits are available starting Monday.

Boutique franchise raises awareness on human trafficking

Boutique franchise raises awareness of human trafficking

A boutique franchise has taken on the cause of human trafficking.

Bozeman bottling company helps get water to Glendive

Bozeman bottling company helps get water to Glendive

Water samples in Glendive detected cancer-causing benzene in the drinking water.

Popular ice melt mixture could cause illness in animals

Popular ice melt mixture could cause illness in animals

With icy conditions around our viewing area, many people turned to stores to buy ice melt to help clear sidewalks.

Bozeman elementary school students celebrate MLK Day

Bozeman elementary school students celebrate MLK Jr. Day

This is the 25th year of setting aside a day to recognize the accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Bridger Bowl celebrates 60th anniversary

Bridger Bowl celebrates 60th anniversary

Skiers and snowboarders lined the lifts early on Friday to join in on  Bridger Bowl's 60th birthday.

Third group of Bridger Creek residents file lanfill lawsuit against city

Third group of Bridger Creek residents files landfill lawsuit against city

A third lawsuit has been filed by homeowners in the Bridger Creek Phase III subdivision.

Bozeman nonprofit get millions to fund new conservation program

Bozeman nonprofit gets millions to fund new conservation program

A Bozeman nonprofit is getting nearly $4 million for conservation around the Gallatin Valley.

MSU Bookstore gets textsbooks ready for rush of students

MSU Bookstore gets textsbooks ready for rush of students

Winter break has officially ended for MSU students and they were back in classes Wednesday, which meant the campus bookstore was busy.

Organization offers free AED's to qualifying groups

Organization offers free AEDs to qualifying groups

Gallatin Heart Rescue is offering all schools, first responders, and nonprofit organizations in Gallatin County and the surrounding area free life-saving equipment.

Amsterdam Elementary looks to pass bond to expand building

Amsterdam Elementary looks to pass bond to expand building

A southwest Montana school is looking to expand after seeing a steady increase in students over the last 10 years.