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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State officials issue tips for holiday shopping, giving

If you plan to do some extra shopping or giving this holiday season, officials urge you to be careful.

Snowfall kicks off new season for Flathead Avalanche Center

The new snowfall means the busy season is here for avalanche centers across western Montana. The Flathead crew was in the field Wednesday in the Whitefish Mountain Range.

Firefighters demonstrate turkey fryer hazards

According to the U.S. Fire Administration, the number of house fires doubles on Thanksgiving, and many of them are started by the ever-popular turkey fryer.

Woman rescued from 'suspicious' Alberton fire

In Mineral County, northwest of Missoula, a good samaritan rescued a woman from a what officials are calling a suspicious house fire in Alberton.

Deputy targeted with laser, suspect at large

After spotting a red laser dot on his chest as he left his house early Sunday morning, a Lake County deputy took cover, located the source of the laser, and initiated a car chase that ended with the suspect's escape, according to a press release from the Lake County Sheriff's Department.

Missoula Food Bank faces turkey shortage

As the Bobcats and Grizzlies prepare for the Brawl of the Wild, another battle is underway to see who can raise the most food and money donations ahead of the holidays. 

Missoula group working to bring resettlement agency to city

A group of Missoula residents is working to bring a resettlement agency to the city in order to help refugees.

Bozeman police search for stabbing suspect

Bozeman authorities said they are following several leads in their investigation into a stabbing that occurred Saturday night.

Hellgate's state champs take victory ride atop fire engine

The Missoula Fire Department treated the Hellgate boys soccer team to a downtown drive atop a fire engine Friday to celebrate the team's state title.

Tester: Missoula VA clinic addition inadequate

Sen. Jon Tester (D-Montana) revealed his State of Veterans in Montana report at a press conference Wednesday in Missoula. It provides a snapshot of the state's veteran population, which is the largest, per capita, in the country.

Natural gas prices fall in Montana

As temperatures drop this winter, you can expect the cost of heating your home to fall, as well. Nationwide, natural gas prices are at 13-year lows, and they're projected to fall even more.

Three Griz athletes arrested Sunday, suspended from team

Three University of Montana Grizzly football players were among five people arrested in Missoula early Sunday morning on charges of felony burglary.

Body of Tarkio fire victim located

The body of a woman who firefighters said was unaccounted for Saturday as they responded to a Tarkio structure fire has been located.

Woman unaccounted for in Tarkio structure fire

One woman is unaccounted for as crews respond to a Tarkio structure fire, according to Frenchtown Fire District Spokesman Mel Holtz.

Growth policy, transparency priorities for Ward 4 candidates

Election day is almost here, and seats in all six wards of Missoula's city council are up for grabs.