Emily Adamson

KECI Reporter

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 4:26 PM Jun 23 2014

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!

Please email Emily with any questions, comments or story ideas.

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Emily's Latest Stories

Missoula man allegedly violates restraining order 33 times

A Missoula man faces 33 felony charges for reportedly violating a protection order.

Missoula Co. undersheriff voluntarily amends campaign reports

Current Undersheriff Josh Clark, who lost his bid to be elected sheriff, voluntarily amended his campaign finance reports two weeks ago to show his campaign got help from a Missoula law firm.

Authorities, social workers weigh in on endangered runaways

Most of the time when a kid runs away from home, parents seek help from authorities. Within the last month, we've followed two that police asked us to help with.

Campaign complaint under investigation, law firm involved

Montana's commissioner of political practices is investigating a new campaign complaint filed against Marie Andersen, a candidate for Justice of the Peace in Missoula. The complaint involves a Missoula law firm that was also named in an earlier complaint against another candidate.

Missoula man gives fake name to authorities

A Bonner man got more than he bargained for when officers pulled him over for driving and talking on his cellphone.

Runaway Missoula girl found safe

The Missoula Police Department located a 16-year-old Missoula girl who reportedly ran away from home Tuesday.

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Judge denies second request to move Kaarma trial

A Missoula County District Court judge has denied a second request to move the trial for a man charged with shooting and killing a German exchange student.

Board of trustees to review school district's ethics policy

After a heated comment about the ethics policy at the school board meeting on Tuesday night in Missoula the board of trustees will review the ethics policy.

Dog taken from Animal Control belonged to homicide suspects

A pitbull taken from Missoula Animal Control on Saturday and later recovered is linked to Angela Marchese and Kevin Lino, who officials say are involved in a homicide investigation.

Explosion at Frenchtown mill leaves one man critically injured

A small explosion at the former Smurfit-Stone mill site left one contract worker critically injured Monday around 8:15 a.m.

Ravalli Co. developer faces charges for hitting man with tractor

Ravalli County Real Estate Developer Lee Foss faces a felony charge of assault with a weapon after a reported dispute with a property owner and his employee.

Teachers, legislators weigh in as common core approval rates dip

As annual approval rates for the Common Core educational initiative dip, teachers and legislators are weighing in on the educational standards.

Suspect pleads not guilty in connection with homicide case

Kenneth Hickman, 21, pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of aggravated assault Thursday in Missoula County District Court.

Legislators push bill allowing governor to override parole board

A legislative panel pushed a draft bill allowing Montana's governor to grant clemency to state prison inmates at a meeting in Helena Wednesday morning.


Man accused of sexually assaulting police officer pleads not guilty

Zachary Foster, 23, pleaded not guilty to sexual assault and obstructing a police officer Tuesday in Municipal Court in Missoula.