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

Stevi FFA agronomy team takes top state honors

Stevi FFA agronomy team takes top state honors

The four-member team will move to national competition in Louisville, Kentucky in the fall.

Hamilton after school media arts program wants to take classes on the road

Hamilton after school media arts program wants to take classes on the road

MAPS Media Institute has launched a fundraising campaign to kick start a portable classroom.

Woman involved in Hamilton 'stomping' murder gets prison time

Woman involved in Hamilton 'stomping' murder gets prison time

Candace Sullivan will serve up to 5 years for obstructing justice in the beating death of Robert Thaut in 2014.

Stevi's historic St. Mary's Mission opens for season

Stevi's historic St. Mary's Mission opens for season

Stevensville began celebrations with a mass in the old St. Mary's Chapel.

Ravalli Co road, bridge dept. unveils pavement management plan

Ravalli Co. road, bridge dept. unveils pavement management plan

The seven-year plan is contingent on federal funding, or other funding sources coming through.

Weekend wind storm near Stevi not unusual

Weekend wind storm near Stevensville not unusual

Wind damaged a barn south west of Stevensville Saturday, an event that is not unheard of in the area.

Cattle numbers down, prices up at auction and grocery store

Cattle numbers down, prices up at auction, grocery store

NBC Montana talked to rancher and cattle broker Dwain Rennaker for his perspective on the market.

Springtime in the Bitterroot

Springtime in the Bitterroot

This may be the signature Montana spring picture, a happy horse getting new shoes for the season.

Ravalli Co commissioners explore cost of finding Valerie Stamey

Ravalli Co. commissioners explore cost of finding Stamey

Valerie Stamey faces a $29,000 civil lawsuit, but nobody knows where the former interim treasurer is.

Missoula police remind dog owners of city leash ordinance

Missoula police remind dog owners of city leash ordinance

In most Missoula public places, our best friends need to be on a leash.

Montana Kaimin printed edition will be weekly paper

Montana Kaimin printed edition will be weekly paper

The switch from a four-day paper is designed to help plug growing debt.

Stevi student organizes mock drunk driving crash

Stevi student organizes mock drunk driving crash

Trevor Motley's senior project brought real-life volunteer emergency workers to simulated wreck.

Crews clean, prepare ditches for Bitterroot irrigation season

Crews clean, prepare ditches for Bitterroot irrigation season

The Daly Ditches Irrigation District serves 1,900 water users from north of Darby to north of Corvallis.

California man gets 100 years for distributing meth in Ravalli Co

California man gets 100 years for distributing meth in Ravalli Co.

Matthew David Sherman was designated a persistent felony offender.

Dogs trained to detect bombs join University of Montana police

Dogs trained to detect bombs join University of Montana police

The black Labrador dogs are both military veterans, with extensive experience in finding explosives.

UM removes trees on oval to make way for new sugar maples, oaks

UM removes trees on east oval to make way for new sugar maples, oaks

The University Oval Tree Project is a plan to create a canopy of trees lining the oval.

Missoula leaders rally against child abuse

Missoula leaders rally against child abuse

April is national child abuse prevention month.

April brings minor snowfall to parts of Bitterroot

April brings minor snowfall to parts of Bitterroot

Westsiders drove out of higher elevations at the foot of the Bitterroot Mountains with snow on their cars.

Pasty shop opens in Hamilton

Pasty shop opens in Hamilton

The MineShaft Pasty Co. offers traditional Cornish pasties, and throws in a bit of history about the centuries-old dish.

Ravalli Co Council on Aging building new Meals on Wheels kitchen

Ravalli Co. Council on Aging builds new Meals on Wheels kitchen

The new kitchen replaces a temporary kitchen that was built eight years ago.