Will Wadley

KECI Weekend Anchor

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 8:40 AM Mar 04 2015

Will Wadley hails from Henderson, Nevada, studied journalism at Biola University in southern California, and made Montana his home in 2010. Since then, he’s worked for NBC Montana, first as a general assignment reporter in Kalispell and Missoula, and currently, as the weekend producer and anchor.

Away from work, Will is an avid runner and reader. He’s the owner of a kind and devious Australian Shepherd. He’s an active member at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, and he’s very proud and thankful to live in Missoula, Montana.

His interests include localism, consumer technology, religion, the criminal justice system, and the San Antonio Spurs.

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

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Lawmakers reclassify mopeds as bicycles

Lawmakers passed a bill Tuesday allowing people in Montana to ride a moped without a motorcycle license.

Job seekers enjoy leverage at Missoula job fair

More than 100 job providers got a chance to meet prospective employees at an annual job fair Tuesday in Missoula, and this year, the numbers show that employees are the ones who have the leverage.

Special Olympians compete this week in Missoula

Special Olympics athletes in Missoula got in some last-minute training Tuesday before the area games kick off Wednesday morning.

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Columbia Falls man dies in ATV crash

A 30-year-old male from Columbia Falls died Saturday in an ATV crash near Eureka, according to the Montana Highway Patrol.

Search called off after missing canoers located

UPDATE: The two canoers reported missing on the Clark Fork River have been located. The men reportedly walked home after capsizing their canoe Saturday, and the search has been called off.

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Structures burned in wildfire near Rock Creek

Fire officials say several sheds and outhouses were burned Saturday in a wildfire southeast of Missoula.

Missoula considers 'sidewalk cafe' ordinance

The Missoula City Council is considering an ordinance that would promote "sidewalk cafes" in the downtown area.

MT Republicans push repeal of 'Death Tax'

On tax day, Senator Steve Daines, (R) Montana, Representative Ryan Zinke, (R) Montana, and the Montana Republican Party touted their support of a bill that would eliminate the federal estate tax.

Skier killed in avalanche near Big Sky

Authorities say a skier was killed Saturday afternoon in the Big Sky area after he was caught in an avalanche.

2 earthquakes shake Flathead Valley

Some Flathead residents were shaken awake early Saturday morning by a 3.6 magnitude earthquake.

Historic building catches fire in uptown Butte

A family lost their home, and the city of Butte, a piece of history, when a building went up in flames Friday night.

Climatologist warns of 'water refugees' in Montana

It's one of the building blocks of life. A resource that's bountiful in western Montana -- in our lakes and waterways, and underground.

$36 million project detailed for Ft. Missoula Regional Park

Missoula residents got an updated look Thursday at plans for a new $36 million renovation and expansion of the Fort Missoula Regional Park.

'No-sell' list looks to curb alcohol-related offenses

The City of Missoula is putting the finishing touches on a plan officials say will cut back on panhandling and bad behavior downtown.

Mountain Water trial ends with closing arguments

The trial over whether to force the sale of Missoula's privately owned water company to the city came to an end Monday with closing arguments.