Emily Adamson

KECI Reporter

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 4:26 PM Jun 23 2014
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Emily Adamson is a reporter at KECI. She graduated from the University of Montana in 2011 with a BA in Broadcast Journalism.

She started at KECI in February, 2011, as the production assistant for Montana Today and also worked as the weekend reporter before signing on as a full-time news reporter.

Emily has covered numerous high profile cases in and around Missoula. She was the lead reporter on such stories as the high profile Jordan Graham trial. She was also the lead on the Jordan Johnson trial.

Emily grew up in Helena, MT. She loves Montana and is excited to begin her journalism career in the state!

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Former Butte Central band director arrested for alleged sexual assault

Butte-Silver Bow officers told NBC Montana the former director of the Butte Central band has been arrested on five felonies and 12 misdemeanors.

City street maintenance dept. ready for snow

Bozeman street maintenance dept. ready for snow

With the snowfall, street maintenance crews are watching to make sure roads stay clear through the night.

Crash on Bozeman Pass sends two to hospital

Crash on Bozeman Pass sends two to hospital

Two people are in the hospital tonight after a crash on Bozeman Pass.

County to hold public hearing on proposed pipeline construction

Gallatin Co. to hold public hearing on proposed pipeline construction

County commissioners will listen to public comment at a hearing Tuesday morning about a pipeline that runs through the Gallatin Valley.

Warm temperatures make back country conditions unstable

Warm temperatures make backcountry conditions unstable

The official start of spring is less than two days away and Gallatin National Avalanche officials said warm temperatures are making conditions tricky for backcountry skiers, snowboarders and snowmobilers.

Bozeman law enforcement keeps an eye on St. Patrick's Day festivities

Bozeman law enforcement patrol St. Patrick's Day festivities

With St. Patrick's Day festivities underway, downtown Bozeman will be a busier than usual.

Bozeman mayor delivers state of the city address

Bozeman mayor delivers State of City Address

Bozeman Mayor Jeff Krauss gives his State of the City Address Monday night, covering big topics for the year ahead and describing what the city has gone through over the past year.

Bozeman police on the look out for DUI's

Bozeman police step up DUI patrols

In Bozeman, police say they see the number of DUIs increase during holidays and events.

Cases of tuberculosis pop up in Montana

Cases of tuberculosis pop up in Montana

While tuberculosis is rare, it's extremely dangerous. It can deteriorate the tissue it infects and it can stay in the air for hours after an infected person has been breathing in a certain area.

DEQ updates residents on superfund site in Livingston

DEQ updates residents on Superfund site in Livingston

A southwest Montana community got an update on cleanup efforts of a contaminated site in the middle of town.

Belgrade sends out mill levy to maintain city services

Belgrade sends out ballots for levy to maintain city services

This is a critical week for Belgrade -- the city is sending out mail ballots to ask residents for money to help fund police, fire and library services.

Realtors say good weather impacts housing market

Realtors say good weather impacts housing market

Good news for the Bozeman housing market and the local economy -- realtors report they're seeing an unusual boost in home sales at the end of winter.

Business owners file lawsuit against state and MDT for flood disaster

Business owners file suit against state, MDT for Manhattan flood disaster

A year ago water began to rise on Main Street in Manhattan, flooding the town overnight and leaving a mess the next day that devastated local businesses.

Belgrade police warn residents of identity theft and credit card fraud

Belgrade police warn residents of identity theft, credit card fraud

Belgrade police are investigating a string of identity thefts and fraud cases across town, and they're warning residents to be alert.

A look back on the first half of the legislative session

Looking back, as legislature set to begin second half of session

Thursday morning state lawmakers reconvene to tackle the second half of the legislative session.