Kevin Maki

KECI Reporter

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

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Kevin Maki joined KECI-TV as a reporter in January 2010.

Kevin was born and raised on a farm in Corvallis, Montana. He graduated from Corvallis High School, then went on to get a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Montana (1978) and a B.A. in Radio-TV from the University of Montana (1981).

Kevin worked as a general assignment reporter and anchor at KPAX-TV in Missoula from 1981 to 1989. From there, he worked as a general assignment reporter at KOAA-TV in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Kevin returned to Montana in 2000 and reported for Montana Public Radio until taking his current position at NBC Montana.

If you have any questions, concerns, comments or story ideas, please e-mail Kevin at kmaki@keci.com.

Kevin's Latest Stories

Judge sides with conservation group in Legacy Ranch subdivision suit

Judge sides with conservation group in Legacy Ranch subdivision suit

The district court judge said preliminary approval of the largest subdivision proposal in Ravalli County history is void, and the subdivision is denied.

Bitterroot College moves to new location in downtown Hamilton

Bitterroot College moves to new location in downtown Hamilton

The old Westview Junior High School building has three times the space to meet a student population that's expected to grow.

Friends and family worried, puzzled over Stevi man's disappearance

Friends, family puzzled over Stevi man's disappearance

Billy Fox was last seen at the motel he managed on July 21.

Lake Como boat dock removed for season, water levels low

Lake Como boat dock removed for season, water levels low

It's another sign of just how dry it is -- the Lake Como boat dock is already in storage for the winter.

Missoula scientists discover new findings on how wildland fires spread

Missoula scientists share new findings on how wildland fires spread

Missoula's Mark Finney is the senior writer of an article in the new issue of the National Academy of Sciences Journal.

Judge sides with Stevi newspaper in lawsuit against commissioners

Judge sides with Stevi newspaper in lawsuit against commissioners

The Bitterroot Star alleged commissioners failed to give adequate public notice in awarding a developer $675,000 in a settlement agreement.

Golf tourney raises money for Hamilton youth home

Golf tourney raises money for Hamilton youth home

Linda Massa Youth Home is expanding to serve more kids.

Townsend fire threatens Hamilton family's cabin

Townsend fire threatens Hamilton family's cabin

Deana Wolfe said the massive fire has burned to within half a mile of the family structure.

Overcrowding eases at Missoula animal shelter, but dogs keep coming

Overcrowding eases at Missoula animal shelter, but dogs keep coming

Last week the shelter was at capacity. But adoption rates increased, a trend the shelter hopes will continue.

Idaho wildland fire burning three miles west of Montana border

Idaho wildland fire burning 3 miles west of Bitterroot Forest

The Rock Point Fire is burning in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, not far from the Lost Horse area near Hamilton.

Jerseys worn by state's Little League champs have rich history

Jerseys worn by state's Little League champs have rich history

When the team competes for regional honors, members will be wearing uniforms in honor of an athlete who could have been a state champ 25 years ago.

Bitterroot Forest approves timber sale in Darby Ranger District

Forest Service approves timber sale on Darby Ranger District

The Como Forest Health Project involves thinning more than 2,200 acres of forest between Lake Como and Lost Horse Canyon.

Stevensville clockman busy reparing old mechanical heirlooms

Stevensville clockman busy repairing mechanical heirlooms

Bruce Johnson fixes, buys and sells mechanical antique clocks. He's a tradesman in high demand.

Ravalli Co reminds parents of new school immunization requirements

Ravalli Co. reminds parents of new school immunization requirements

Public school students will need chicken pox and pertussis vaccines.

Harper Lee's new book released at midnight in Hamilton

Harper Lee's new book released at midnight in Hamilton

"Go Set a Watchman" brings Lee fans out early for first dibs on the novel everyone is talking about.

Mother-son team open cidery in Hamilton

Mother-son team opens cidery in Hamilton

Backroad Cider will serve hard cider made from Bitterroot apples.

Hamilton retirement center fundraising for handicapped accessible bus

Hamilton retirement center raising money for handicapped-accessible bus

Sapphire Lutheran Homes said a 12-seat bus would engage an increasingly frail population of seniors who are losing connection to their community.

Darby prepares for bull riding weekend

Darby prepares for bull riding weekend

The Darby community is expecting big crowds for a major Bullarama event and concert.

Hamilton holds Relay for Life to fight cancer

Hamilton holds Relay for Life to fight cancer

Supporters of the American Cancer Society event are walking until midnight in honor of cancer survivors and those who have passed.

Bitterroot septic permit numbers indicate new housing starts up

Bitterroot septic permit numbers indicate new housing starts up

Ravalli County environmental health sees moderate increase in permits issued.