Will Wadley

KECI Weekend Anchor

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 2:27 PM May 14 2014

Will grew up in the Las Vegas valley, studied journalism at Biola University, and interned at KABC in Los Angeles.

e got his first reporting gig for NBC Montana at KCFW in Kalispell, and transferred to KECI at the beginning of 2012.

Aside from work, Will reads books, bikes around town, and does his best to keep Rillian, his dog, occupied.

He’s interested in localism, consumer technology, religion, the criminal justice system, and the NFL.

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

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UM brings back 'throwback' colors for Brawl of the Wild

Some fans in Washington-Grizzly Stadium are going retro on Saturday, with the reappearance of Grizzly throwback colors -- copper, gold and silver.

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MHP brings in extra patrols for Griz-Cat weekend

No matter who wins Saturday’s Brawl of the Wild, there will be plenty of people celebrating in Missoula this weekend.

Missoula couple married moments after receiving license

Missoula residents Ally Logan and Caroline Jones have been together for almost a decade. They tied the knot in a civil ceremony back in 2008, but they said it wasn't enough.

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Montana starts issuing gay marriage licenses

Clerks of court in Montana have started issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples after a federal judge threw out the state's gay marriage ban.

Big Sky High could start International Baccalaureate program

Teenagers involved in fatal crash were former Big Sky High students

An accident has left one Missoula teenager dead and another in critical condition.

MRL cleans up after derailment, Bonner residents react

Montana Rail Link crews faced harsh winds and bitter cold as they worked to restore rail service through Bonner after a train derailment in the area Thursday night.

New class of state legislators attend orientation, choose leaders

Montana Senate Republicans have kept the more conservative edge they adopted in 2013, and this week they choose their leadership for the upcoming 2015 legislative session.

Engen gives bi-monthy Mountain Water update

Missoula Mayor John Engen gave the first of his new bi-monthly updates to the Missoula City Council on the status of the city's Mountain Water lawsuit.

Target Range principal to be replaced by part-time, interim principal

Missoula's Target Range School District will replace the elementary school's principal with an interim, part-time assistant principal.

Man dies after fatal Norris Road crash

Falling tree kills angler in the Bitterroot Valley

An angler fishing on the Bitterroot River was killed Sunday afternoon after being struck by a fallen tree.

New Republican majorities change landscape for Keystone XL

With Republicans winning control of Congress, approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline is a math problem that just got easier.

Hundreds attend Missoula 'Lewis and Clark' casting call

Hundreds turned out in Missoula Wednesday for a casting call for a new HBO series, "Lewis and Clark."

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Zinke to represent Montana in U.S. House

The Associated Press declares Republican Ryan Zinke has defeated Democrat John Lewis and Libertarian Mike Fellows in Montana U.S. House election.

Man holds up motel with butcher knife

Missoula police say the Brooks Street Motor Inn, located at 3333 Brooks St., was robbed at knife point early Sunday morning.

Missoula residents say above-average airline ticket costs 'worth it'

Dave Snyder and his wife Linda are going on vacation. "Mexico,” said Dave, as he and his wife awaited their fight at Missoula International Airport. “We're going to Mexico."