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

Missoula's brown tipped evergreens sign of fall cold snap

Missoula's brown tipped evergreens sign of fall cold snap

A forest ecologist said extreme November cold left many trees with winter burn.

Defendant curses judge, spits at public defender in Ravalli Co.

Jeffory Lafield was in court on a probation revocation hearing.

Girls state A basketball tourney good for Hamilton business

Girls state A basketball tourney good for Hamilton business

At least 17,000 people are expected at the weekend tournament.

Hamilton company hopes to hire 16 low to moderate income people

A $400,000 state grant, if funded, could allow a Bitterroot business to grow and hire more workers.

Byron Craig Hall

Hamilton man could face death penalty in rape, kidnapping case

A Ravalli County district court judge says a Hamilton man could face the death penalty in a rape and kidnapping case.

Ranchers on graveyard shift to keep new arrivals warm

Ranchers on graveyard shift to keep new arrivals warm

Austin Gagnon and his family are checking their cattle several times a night.

Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital wants to know Bitterroot's health needs

Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital wants to know Bitterroot's health needs

Community needs assessment hopes to gather at least 1,000 responses.

Historic Stevi store being rebuilt, recycled into new building

Historic Stevi store being rebuilt, recycled into new structure

The East Side Country Store, formerly known as Caseys, is opening a new chapter of service to customers.

Mill Creek area near Hamilton sees new rock climbing restrictions

Mill Creek area near Hamilton sees new rock climbing restrictions

A moratorium has been placed on new bolt- intensive climbing routes in the popular recreation spot.

Darby man pleads not guilty to illegal bear killings

James John Harrison faces five felony counts over nine black bears that were killed between 2009 and 2014.

Direct TV call center hiring 90 workers

DIRECTV call center hiring 90 workers

The center handles incoming calls from customers all over the country.http://www.directvdeals.com

Bitterroot College CDL program sees expansion

Bitterroot College CDL program sees expansion

The truck driving program that began last spring has become a role model for other Montana colleges.

Ex-convict convicted of felony intimidation, refuses to attend own trial

Ex-convict convicted of felony intimidation, refuses to attend own trial

John Fesler Lance was acting as his own attorney over violent threats he was making against a Florence couple.

Snowshoe adventure, a diverse education for Corvallis third graders

Snowshoe adventure, diverse education for Corvallis third graders

Holly Snyder's class spent the day at Chief Joseph Cross Country Ski Trails.

Stevensville School sees impressive hike in graduation rates

Stevensville School sees impressive hike in graduation rates

Stevensville's 95.5 percent graduation success spurred congratulations from the governor and the superintendent of public instruction.

Ravalli Co considers enacting open burn ordinance

Ravalli Co. considers enacting open burn ordinance

Fire chiefs want to clamp down on illegal burning.

Hydrogeologists to conduct water study in Hamilton area

Hydrogeologists to conduct water study in Hamilton area

The Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology wants to see how land use changes affect ground and surface water.

Ravalli Co commissioners conditionally approve Florence subdivision

Ravalli Co. commissioners conditionally approve Florence subdivision

Mont Terra Estates would be on 9.5 acres near schools and businesses.

16-lot subdivision proposed in Florence

16-lot subdivision proposed in Florence

Developers say Mont Terra Estates would provide needed affordable housing close to schools and stores.

Bitterroot family skids logs the old fashioned way

Bitterroot family skids logs old-fashioned way

Shannon Plocher and his horses skidded logs near Victor to be processed in the family's circular sawmill.