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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CEO defends purchase agreement for Missoula's water utility

The CEO of Algonquin Power and Utilities Corporation, and its company Liberty Utilities, met with Missoula’s mayor behind closed doors Wednesday. Later, Ian Robertson spoke with NBC Montana to explain his company’s plans for Mountain Water.

Mayor remains committed to Mountain Water purchase after Algonquin meeting

After meeting with corporate executives attempting to secure the purchase of Missoula’s water utility, Mayor John Engen said he remains committed to the city's own efforts to acquire the city's water supply.

Facebook post sparks controversy, FWP investigation

Pictures of a dead wolf posted to Facebook have sparked strong support and also outrage from people across the country. They've also prompted an investigation by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.

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Former Sentinel principal resigns amid scandal

A former Missoula high school principal submitted his resignation Monday from the school district after being suspended just days after the school year started, but he’ll still be compensated for the $90,000 due on his contract.

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Miller Creek wildfire burns more than 30 acres

A new size-up the wildfire burning south of Missoula puts the blaze at 30 to 40 acres. According to the Missoula Rural Fire Department, the fire was started at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Miller Creek Road, south of Missoula.

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MSU up, UM down in new enrollment projections

The Montana Board of Regents got the first look on Thursday at 2014 enrollment projections at the state's colleges and universities.

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Mayor addresses growing legal fees for Mountain Water lawsuit

Missoula Mayor John Engen says he and his legal team have no new estimate for legal costs in the city's condemnation suit over Mountain Water Company.

Body of missing Stevensville man located

The body of a missing Stevensville man was located on Sunday, according to a post by the man's family on Facebook.

"Adventurer of the Year" wins 2014 Rut 50k race

The 2014 National Geographic "Adventurer of the Year," Kilian Jornet, finished first in Saturday's Rut 50k race.

Friday offers good chance to see Northern Lights

There is a bright side to the solar flare that's disrupting GPS signals and internet connections this week; Friday night may offer one of the best chances of the year to view the Northern Lights.

Ten Spoon Winery uses helicopter to save grapes

Another night of below freezing temperatures means you'll want to cover up your garden and take in flower pots to protect delicate plants from frost.

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Locals sound off on level of U.S. involvement in Iraq

A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows 61 percent of Americans favor U.S. military action against ISIS in Iraq, and even in Syria, but when it comes to the level of involvement, most Montanans we talked to want to keep U.S. boots off the ground in the Middle East.

Body of missing Blodgett Canyon hiker located

The body of a hiker missing for three weeks west of Hamilton was located Sunday afternoon.

Fundraiser launched to preserve same-day voter registration

A progressive, grass-roots organization in Missoula is asking for volunteers and money to bolster opposition to a November legislative referendum that would end Montana's same-day voter registration.

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Ranchers demonstrate high-intensity grazing method

A group of St. Ignatius ranchers showed off a new grazing method in the Mission Valley Thursday that state and federal agriculture officials believe can improve pasture health while saving money.