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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Montana primary could have rare impact on presidential election

United States presidential candidates are focused Monday on Indiana, but in a month or two they could be making rare presidential campaign stops in Montana.

Supreme Court hears arguments in Mountain Water case

The Montana Supreme Court heard arguments in Mountain Water Co.'s appeal of a judge's order allowing the city of Missoula to purchase the water system that serves its citizens.

Bend officials urge caution when purchasing utility

Top city officials in Bend, Oregon, have a message for Missoula Mayor John Engen and other city leaders -- know exactly what you’re getting before you condemn a water utility.

Bend water users push city to sell utility to private companies

Friday, Missoula will try to convince the state Supreme Court it is in the people’s best interest to force the sale of Mountain Water to the city.

Water woes: City of Bend purchased, then re-sold faulty utility

We didn’t have to go any farther than Bend, Oregon, to find a cautionary tale of what can happen and just how much it can cost.   

Public comment sought on Missoula bike parks

Missoula Parks and Recreation is asking people to weigh in on the on the master plans for two new bicycle skills parks.

Crews remove house from marsh after semi crash

Cleanup crews with R&R Diesel Repair and the Montana Department of Transportation removed a house and the semi that was hauling it from a marsh early Tuesday morning after a crash Monday night.

Rescue helicopter captures rare wolf footage

A video that has surfaced online features rare footage of a standoff between a bull elk and a Montana wolf pack. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks wildlife manager Mike Thompson says it is probably the best footage of its kind he's ever seen.

Bad weather cancels Montana flights to Denver

Heavy snowfall in Colorado is affecting flights Wednesday morning between Denver and Montana.

UM graduate student from Belgium reacts to terror attacks

Repercussions from Tuesday's terror attacks in Brussels are being felt across the globe far and wide, even in Montana, especially for students from Belgium studying here.

Shoeless, shirtless hiker rescued near Turah

If you find yourself lost in the woods, shoes do not make good fuel for a fire. A Missoula County hiker learned that the hard way over the weekend.

Montana sailor killed at Pearl Harbor receives proper burial

The remains of a U.S. serviceman from WWII, a Montana native, were buried Friday with full military honors in Hawaii.

Volunteer firefighter shortage fix may cost taxpayers

As fire officials prepare for the upcoming fire season, the men and women who provide the first line of defense against wildfires in Montana are stretched thin. 

Semi crash highlights cellular dead spots in Montana

In a state with some of the most dangerous roads in the country, sometimes help isn't just a call away. Cellphone dead spots on major highways are prevalent across Montana.

Missoula remembers avalanche one year later

911 call sheds new light on 2014's deadly urban avalanche

This week marks the two-year anniversary of a deadly urban avalanche in Missoula. The event shocked the city and made national headlines.