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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MSU leaders approve changes for new student code of conduct

MSU leaders approve changes for new student code of conduct

MSU University Council members voted unanimously to approve changes to the student code of conduct.

Bozeman schools cope with federal regulations pushing stricter lunch guidelines

Bozeman schools cope with stricter lunch guidelines

New federal regulations for school lunch have school leaders across the country scrambling to meet the requirements.

Bozeman construction industry faces shortage of workers

Bozeman construction industry faces shortage of workers

If you take a look around Bozeman, you'll see construction left and right, whether it's for houses, condos or apartments, but industry leaders said they're facing a shortage of workers to build those houses.

Bozeman school board approves renovations to high school football field

Bozeman school board eyes renovations to high school football field

The Bozeman School Board is looking into approving close to $5 million for building maintenance projects. One of the biggest projects on the list is renovations to Bozeman High Schools football stadium.

Bozeman area family loses home in fire

A family of five is homeless following an early morning fire in the Trail Creek Road area east of Bozeman.

Bozeman Public Library gets ready to expand services

Bozeman Public Library gets ready to expand services

Officials with the Bozeman Public Library geared up for a fundraiser that would help them reach people that might not be able to come to them.

Bozeman, Gallatin County study new justice center options

Bozeman, Gallatin County study new justice center options

Bozeman City Commissioners and city leaders are looking at ways to fix overcrowding problems in the Law and Justice Center.

Train vs Truck Three Forks

Train plows through semi in Gallatin Co.

A truck driver is lucky to be alive after a train barreled through a semi and ripped it in half Friday afternoon.

Lawyer of former Bozeman hotel worker suing for tip shortage speaks out

Former Bozeman hotel worker's attorney explains lawsuit

A former Bozeman hotel employee is suing over claims she and other employees got cut short on their tips because the company pocketed them. Now, the lawyer representing the woman is speaking out about the lawsuit.

Fire destroys Sportsman's Lodge in Ennis

Cause of Sportsman's Lodge fire in Ennis released

The state fire marshal has released the cause of a fire that ripped through an historic lodge in Ennis in January.

Lawyer of former Bozeman hotel worker suing for tip shortage speaks out

Former Bozeman hotel worker sues for tip shortage

A former Bozeman hotel employee is suing over claims she and other employees got cut short on their tips because the company pocketed them.

Bozeman police and fire chief application deadline approaching

Bozeman police, fire chief application deadline approaching

It seems like 2015 could be the year of retirements in Bozeman.

Skiers, Snowboarders hit slopes despite warm temperatures

Skiers, snowboarders hit slopes despite warm temperatures

Monday's snow didn't stick around long in the Bozeman area. The temps warmed right back up, meaning much of it melted the following day.

Bozeman residents take polar plunge for Special Olympics Montana

Bozeman residents take polar plunge for Special Olympics Montana

On Monday, cold temperatures didn't stop people from taking part in the 14th Annual Presidents' Day Plunge at the Gallatin Regional Park, but the plunge happened a little different then past years.

Fruit bouquets flying off shelves at Bozeman Edible Arrangements store

Fruit bouquets flying off shelves at Bozeman Edible Arrangements store

They've only been open for four weeks, but at the new Bozeman Edible Arrangements store, workers said they've been slammed with last minute Valentine's Day orders.