Will Wadley

KECI Weekend Anchor

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

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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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Record likely for poor air quality in 2015

When it comes to air quality in western Montana, we haven't broken any records yet, but there is a good chance we will before fire season lets up.

Ruptured gas line shuts down traffic in Missoula

Missoula authorities closed the roads surrounding a city block near St. Patrick Hospital Wednesday after construction crews ruptured a gas line in the area.

Bear Creek Fire burns nearly 20,000 acres

High winds to start the weekend made the Bear Creek Fire the biggest fire in the state.

Evacuation warnings still in place near Essex

A large fire burning just south of Glacier National Park is still threatening over 200 homes near Essex.

Man dies after fatal Norris Road crash

State transportation employee killed in roadside accident

We learned Saturday night that a Montana Department of Transportation employee was killed Thursday in a road side accident in Missoula County.

2015 bad year for air quality, but not the worst

Officials with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality issued a another health warning Thursday for the Flathead Valley, Hamilton, Butte and Bozeman.

With resources thin, fire managers use private contractors

With at least 95 wildfires burning out-of-control across the west, officials are bringing in firefighters all the way from New Zealand and Australia to help join the fight.

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Montana Supreme Court sides with city over Mountain Water condemnation

Chalk another one up for the city of Missoula. The Montana Supreme Court has ruled against a motion filed in Missoula District Court that would put a halt to the valuation process of Mountain Water Company.

Governor Bullock declares wildfire state of emergency

Governor Steve Bullock declared a fire emergency for the state of Montana Sunday, after several days of active wildfires and extreme fire danger across the state.

Air quality improves, still unhealthy in some places

Air quality in western Montana showed signs of improvement Sunday morning, but levels are still Unhealthy in some places.

Evacuation advisories issued near Eustis Fire

A fire burning north of Three Forks ballooned to 6,300 acres overnight, less than 24 hours after it was first reported Friday morning.

Bozeman woman killed in Saturday morning crash

State troopers say a 39-year-old Bozeman woman was killed Saturday morning in a crash east of Bozeman

Air quality plunges in western Montana

Air quality in parts of western Montana deteriorated rapidly overnight.

Fires near Seeley Lake prompts trail closures

A fire complex north of Seeley Lake has prompted the closure of several popular trails.

Structures, livestock threatened by fire near Philipsburg

A wildfire sparked Friday about 14 northwest of Philipsburg is threatening structures and livestock, and has prompted closures of several forest roads and trails.