Jordan Moore

KTVM Reporter

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

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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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Police search for missing Bozeman woman

The Bozeman Police Department is asking for your help as they search for answers in a missing person case.

Forest Service: Canada wildfires cause hazy skies in Bozeman

In Bozeman on Wednesday, some people may have noticed the sky was hazy and smoky over Bozeman.

Outstanding victim advocate award presented in Bozeman

A Bozeman woman was honored Wednesday morning for impacting hundreds of lives over the past couple years.

Belgrade school district narrows search for high school principal

This week the Belgrade School District closed its search for a new high school principal. Now the focus is on looking at all 16 candidates.

County attorney seeks to charge Briggs with sixth felony

Gallatin County Attorney Marty Lambert filed a sixth charge against Kevin Briggs, the Bozeman man who allegedly walked out of the Law and Justice Center on the morning of February 1.

Dale McQueary speaks out about new coaching job in Deer Lodge

Dale McQueary talks to NBC Montana about his new role as head basketball coach at Powell County High School in Deer Lodge.

Bozeman airport prepares for record summer traffic

Summer tourism is kicking into high gear here in Montana.

Memorial celebrates the life of Three Forks Fire Chief Todd Rummel

On Tuesday hundreds gathered at Three Forks High School to pay tribute to Todd Rummel.

Town council, outside agencies discuss West Yellowstone Police Department

Tension filled the room Tuesday night as Town Council held a special work session in West Yellowstone. O

Townsend community members remember family killed in crash

Townsend community members are mourning the loss of a family of five killed in a crash last week.

Community works to erase graffiti around Bozeman

As police do their best to track down the taggers, one Bozeman resident has made it her personal mission to clean up the eye sore.

Advisory in effect as mother, baby still missing

State officials issued a Missing Endangered Person Alert shortly after law enforcement contacted the state Department of Justice.

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Gallatin Valley Mall seeks to attract shoppers beyond city limits

While U.S. shopping malls are struggling, some Montana malls are changing strategy, growing business by reaching regional customers.

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Belgrade PD to get prescription drug drop box

Belgrade PD will be responsible for making sure the drop box is secure and the drops offs are confidential. The Missouri River Drug Task Force coordinates drug pick-ups and disposals.

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Surveillance cameras balance between cost, quality for business owners

When it comes down to needing that surveillance footage to track down a suspect, the clearer the better. However one local business owner tells us it all boils down to cost.