Jacqueline Gedeon

KTVM Reporter

POSTED: 3:32 PM Dec 19 2013   UPDATED: 10:47 PM Mar 04 2015

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Jacqueline Gedeon is a reporter for KTVM.

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. 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.

If you have any questions, comments, or story ideas, please email Jacqueline, find her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

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U.S. Forest Service gears up for fire season

U.S. Forest Service gears up for fire season

The U.S. Forest Service and other agencies are gearing up for fire season.

Residents help Bozeman police track down high-speed chase suspects

Residents help Bozeman police track down high-speed chase suspects

Bozeman police officers say they were able to track down two suspects in a high-speed chase, thanks to the help of two residents.

Tourist traffic skyrockets in popular Bozeman recreation area

Tourist traffic skyrockets in popular Bozeman recreation area

Many are braving the predicted thundershowers this weekend to go camping. Some areas around Bozeman, like Hyalite Canyon, will be full.

Animal cruelty laws questioned after allegations at Bozeman arena

Animal cruelty laws questioned after allegations at Bozeman arena

Prosecutors charged the owner of a Bozeman arena with felony animal cruelty. If there's a conviction, the judge could limit Dayle Kountz's right to own animals or revoke it entirely.

Gallatin Co. tests body cameras, Bozeman police still researching

Gallatin Co. tests body cameras, Bozeman police still researching

You could be seeing body cameras on Gallatin County sheriff's deputies soon. The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office is testing a demo body camera in hopes of buying them.

Local dealerships handle Takata air bag recall

Local dealerships handle Takata air bag recall

The Takata air bag recall involves 11 auto manufacturers and many different parts suppliers. That means auto dealerships everywhere are seeing cars come in to get replacements including in Bozeman.

Bozeman city leaders: roads in desperate need of funding

Bozeman city leaders: Roads in desperate need of funding

The Bozeman City Commission is deep into working on the next fiscal year budget. Monday night's focus, transportation issues and how to fund projects next year.

Willow Creek School parents ask administration for bullying policy change

Willow Creek School parents ask administration for bullying policy change

Tension filled the air at a school board meeting after Willow Creek School parents confronted the board, asking to change the school's policy on bullying. The claims of bullying are against teachers, not students.

Belgrade neighborhood goes more than 24 hours without water

Belgrade neighborhood goes more than 24 hours without water

A Belgrade neighborhood is left to deal with no running water for more than a day as crews work to fix a service line break.

Bozeman kicks off Police Week

Bozeman kicks off Police Week

National Police Week serves as an opportunity to support and appreciate law enforcement.

City proposes to raise taxes with new budget

Tax increase proposed in new Bozeman budget

At Monday's Bozeman City Commission meeting, commissioners heard the first proposal of the 2015-16 fiscal year budget.

Farmers concerned with lack of winter snowfall

Farmers concerned about low winter snowfall

A mild winter with little snow and has farmers concerned as they think about watering their crops for the summer.

Bozeman residents out to enjoy the spring snowfall

Bozeman residents get out to enjoy spring snowfall

Snow in the Bridgers prompted some locals to take an afternoon or the day off to take advantage of it.

Developer requests city funding for affordable housing units

Developer requests city funding for affordable housing units

The Bozeman City Commission will focus on affordable housing at their next meeting. Two items on the agenda deal specifically with the topic.

Police search narrowed down to five candidates

Five police chief candidates meet with Bozeman community

The final candidates for police chief met with the community Tuesday night and are getting ready for interviews.