Jacqueline Gedeon

KTVM Butte Reporter

POSTED: 3:32 PM Dec 19 2013   UPDATED: 3:49 PM May 14 2014

Jacqueline Gedeon is a reporter for KTVM in Butte.

She comes to Montana all the way from Cleveland, Ohio, where she was born and raised. She graduated from Bowling Green State University with a major in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish.

In college, she was a reporter for the college news station, BG24 News, and was awarded with the Most Valuable Reporter award at the end of her senior year.

Jacqueline interned with two news stations, 13 ABC and WTOL- 11, in Toledo, Ohio. Along with internships and BG 24 News, Jacqueline held executive positions in her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. She was also very involved with her college sailing team. Jacqueline had a chance to study abroad her senior year. She traveled to Alcala de Henares, Spain, where she went to school and was completely immersed in Spanish culture. Jacqueline loved watching the Spanish news with her host mom every night.

In her spare time, Jacqueline loves racing sailboats. Yes, she knows she's not allowed to sail in the Berkeley Pit! She also loves hiking, attempting to snowboard and is always looking for a new adventure. Jacqueline is thrilled to be in Montana and already has fallen in love with the atmosphere and the people.

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Haven sees increase in demand for services

A Gallatin County domestic violence shelter reports a drastic increase in demand.

Pets susceptible to cold weather injuries

Pets susceptible to cold weather injuries

If you're cold outside, chances are your pet is too.

Fire destroys Sportsman's Lodge in Ennis

Fire destroys Sportsman's Lodge in Ennis

Weather caused some problems for fire crews in southwest Montana Tuesday morning. The area surrounding an historic lodge was frozen and slick because of all the water firefighters had to use to knock down flames.

Artist paints portraits of influential citizens, shares history

Artist paints portraits of influential citizens, shares history

At Bozeman High School they celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with art and history.

MSU grad returns from sea expedition, studying ancient samples

MSU grad returns from sea expedition, studying ancient samples

A Montana State University grad student just embarked on quite a voyage to study life under the ocean floor on the same ship that carried researchers to the sunken Titanic.

Bankrupcy judge approves reorganization plan for Diocese of Helena

Bankrupcy judge approves reorganization plan for Diocese of Helena

A federal bankruptcy judge approved a reorganization plan for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena.

Child left behind in school evacuation

Child left behind in school evacuation

It's a parent's nightmare -- during an evacuation at a southwest Montana school, a 6-year-old child was reportedly left behind and locked inside.

City offers program to help businesses save money on energy use

Bozeman offers program to help businesses save money on energy use

The city of Bozeman recently launched a program to help businesses preserve energy and lower their utility bills. It's called the Bozeman Business Energy Program.

40-year old business gets flack from city and neighbors

Zoning requirements threaten Bozeman artist's shop

A Bozeman artist who has had his shop open for four decades said if he can't expand he will go out of business.

Lawmakers to introduce changes to student drop out age

Lawmakers to introduce changes to student dropout age

The high school dropout rate has been steadily falling over the past five years but students can legally drop out of school at age 16 in Montana. A new bill being introduced in the state legislature this month aims to change that.

Gallatin County has highest number of reported influenza cases

Gallatin County has highest number of reported influenza cases

The flu in Montana is considered widespread by the Centers for Disease Control.  That's one step below the highest level of an outbreak, which is epidemic.

Belgrade city council to ask voters for levy

Belgrade city council votes to put mill levy on ballot

In Belgrade after hearing public comment from several residents, the city council voted to put a mill levy on the ballot this year.

Bozeman city commission votes for parking changes

Bozeman City Commission votes for parking changes

The way developers lay out parking garages may be changing in Bozeman.

Bozeman city commissioners talk priorities

Bozeman city commissioners talk legislative priorities

The 64th legislative session kicked off Monday afternoon and state lawmakers are giving local city commissioners a chance to weigh in on the legislative session.

Stores prepare for increase in returns and exchanges

Stores prepare for increase in returns and exchanges

Just when you thought the holiday shopping season was over, here comes the post-Christmas shopping season.