Jordan Moore

KTVM Reporter

POSTED: 9:24 PM Jun 21 2013   UPDATED: 1:22 PM May 14 2014
jordan moore

Jordan Moore is a reporter at KTVM in Bozeman.

Jordan graduated from the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks!) in May 2012 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. During college Jordan interned at Local 6 WKMG in Orlando, FL. She most recently worked in New Bern, North Carolina as a news producer at WCTI NewsChannel 12.

Jordan is a native Floridian who is excited to explore Montana and all that it has to offer!

When Jordan is not chasing down breaking news, she loves to travel, hang out with family and friends, watch college football, and especially watch her Gamecocks win! She also loves her morning cup of coffee and has never met a chocolate she didn’t enjoy.

Please e-mail Jordan with any questions, comments, concerns or story ideas.

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Markus Kaarma 5-21

Kaarma defense team asks for exchange program coordinator's statement

Attorneys for the Missoula man charged with deliberate homicide in the shooting death of a foreign exchange student are asking a judge to intervene, to get a statement from the person in charge of the exchange program at Big Sky High School.

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Missoula Police arrest suspect for string of thefts

Missoula Police have arrested a man wanted for multiple thefts after a five month long investigation.

Markus Kaarma 5-21

Law enforcement, relatives excluded from jury panel in Kaarma case

A Missoula County District Court Judge has ordered that law enforcement and relatives of law enforcement be excluded from the panel of prospective jurors in the garage shooting case.

KAARMA OUTSIDE COURTHOUSE

Judge seals some pretrial proceedings in Kaarma case

A Missoula County District Court judge has granted a motion to seal some pretrial proceedings in the case of a man charged with shooting and killing a German exchange student.

Markus Kaarma 5-21

Judge denies motion to change venue in Kaarma case

A Missoula County District Court judge has denied a request to change the venue for the trial of a man charged with deliberate homicide.

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County declines prosecution, pipe bomb suspect released

A Missoula man arrested as a suspect after a pipe bomb was reportedly found in a home has been released from jail due to insufficient evidence.

KAARMA OUTSIDE COURTHOUSE

Prosecutors ask judge to deny change of venue request in Kaarma case

Missoula County prosecutors are asking a judge to deny a request to change the venue for the Markus Kaarma trial.

Markus Kaarma 5-21

Kaarma's defense team wants proceedings sealed, venue changed

Defense attorneys and county prosecutors want to seal court documents and proceedings in the case of a Missoula man accused of murdering a German exchange student.

Delsig Nore

Drunk driver who killed Missoula teens gets parole

A man who drove drunk and killed two Missoula teenaged girls and injured two others has been granted parole.

OSHA cites Missoula roofing company after worker death

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited a Missoula-based roofing company after a worker fell and died.

Markus Kaarma 5-21

Judge schedules January trial in Kaarma case

A Missoula County District Court judge has scheduled a January trial for a man who shot a killed a German exchange student.

Ravalli Co. releases name of pilot killed in Lost Trail crash

The Ravalli County Undersheriff and Chief Deputy Coroner Steve Holton released the name of the pilot killed in a crash at Lost Trail Ski Area.

MISSOULA COUNTY

Missoula Co. appoints interim clerk, changes elections position

Missoula County Commissioners appointed an interim clerk and recorder/treasurer.

BEACH 6-11-14

Board rejects clemency application for Barry Beach

Montana's parole board rejected a clemency application from Barry Beach, meaning he will continue serving his prison sentence for a 1979 slaying.

Missoula Co. DOJ settlement

Missoula Co. settles with DOJ over sex assault investigation

Missoula County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg signed agreements with the U.S. Department of Justice and the Montana Attorney General’s Office Tuesday.