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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Candidates tout distinctions in turbulent Senate race

Steve Daines has been called the country's most conservative congressman, and Amanda Curtis, the state's most liberal legislator.

Health board quizzes St. Patrick officials about isolation unit

St. Patrick Hospital officials answered questions Thursday from the Missoula Health Board about the hospital's Care and Isolation Unit, or CIU.

Mountain Water employees reject city employment offer

Mountain Water employees fired off a letter to Mayor John Engen and the Missoula City Council rejecting a stipulated offer of employment.

Polson check fraud suspect arrested in Washington

A Polson man wanted in connection with a spike in check fraud in Lake County is in custody in Washington.

Infant, 2 adults hospitalized after Missoula apt. complex explosion

Missoula police and firefighters are responding to reports of an explosion on Yreka Court, off of South Avenue, near the University of Montana.

Tesla building new supercharging station in Missoula

If you're in the market for an electric vehicle -- a Tesla car, specifically -- it will soon be easier to power up in western Montana.

Progress made as state prison staffing shortage continues

Montana State Prison officials say they’ve had success bringing in new recruits, but still have a ways to go before correctional officer staffing is at a healthy level.

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Crews contain wildfire threatening houses near Huson

Fire crews may have saved several homes Thursday afternoon that were threatened by a wildland fire northwest of Missoula.

St. Patrick doctor confident in hospital's Ebola treatment facilities

St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula has one of four facilities in the United States that is specially equipped to treat Ebola patients.

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'Folf Course Fire' grows to 9 acres near Frenchtown

A wildland fire reported Sunday afternoon near Frenchtown grew to 9 acres before sunset.

Scarecrow Festival kicks off in Stevensville

It's harvest time in the Bitterroot Valley, and with it comes the town of Stevensville's annual Scarecrow Festival.


Mountain Water bidder addresses rate hikes

We're taking a closer look at the city of Missoula's fight to own its water utility, Mountain Water Company. Attorneys for the city are arguing that private ownership could mean a higher bill for Missoula customers.

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Missoula attorneys believe Mountain Water leakage above 40 percent

Lawyers for the city of Missoula told the city council on Wednesday that infrastructure for the city's water supply is in a worse state than they thought.

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.