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.

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Firefighters respond to several small fires as temperatures rise

Fire fighters respond to several small fires as temperatures rise

These hot temperatures make it easy for fires to start and fire fighters said they've already responded to several small blazes.

Middle Creek Montessori breaks ground on new barn

Middle Creek Montessori breaks ground on new barn

After their barn burned down, killing several animals, Middle Creek Montessori School is on its way to rebuilding and starting anew.

Bozeman police investigate methamphetamine lab explosion

Bozeman police investigate possible meth lab explosion

Bozeman police and the Missouri River Drug Task force are investigating a chemical explosion.

Specialist discusses effects of post-traumatic stress disorder

Specialist discusses effects of post-traumatic stress disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder is an issue that professionals and counselors see in law enforcement officials and first responders. We spoke with one professional about what PTSD is, where it comes from, and whether symptoms of violence usually come with it.

Gallatin Co. Sheriff's Office requests money for more deputies

Gallatin Co. Sheriff's Office requests money for more deputies

The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office made a plea for more deputies, saying they need to keep up with a growing population. The sheriff's office presented a budget request to the county commission this week.

Bozeman law enforcement explains crisis negotiation tactics

Bozeman law enforcement explains crisis negotiation tactics

After a tense, hours-long standoff in Bozeman Monday with an armed suspect, we looked at what it takes to make a hostage situation end peacefully.

Art Walk showcases reasons Bozeman ranks on top small cities list

Art Walk showcases reasons Bozeman ranks on top small cities list

Bozeman is named on yet another list -- this time top small cities in America.  City officials said it's a testament to a growing local economy.

New firefighters train ahead of busy fire season

New firefighters train ahead of busy fire season

As summer begins, firefighting agencies across the state are preparing for what's expected to be a busy fire season.

Move offers Bozeman jewelry store chance to grow

Move offers Bozeman jewelry store chance to grow

As the west side of Bozeman grows, more and more businesses are popping up. Some are moving or expanding from other areas of town.

Day care provider faces charges after baby suffers broken leg

A Bozeman daycare provider faces a felony charge after a 6-month-old in her care suffered a broken leg.

City commissioners discuss budget, work to ease tax hike

City commissioners discuss budget, work to ease tax hike

Bozeman city commissioners continued discussion about the 2016 fiscal year budget.  They've been working on approving the budget for months and they're almost finished.

Unusual group fights invasive plants and weeds

Unusual group fights invasive plants and weeds

An unusual and interesting team is taking care of an annoying problem on some popular Bozeman trails. Goats are getting rid of non-native and invasive plants.

Forest Service crews prepare for upcoming fire season

Forest Service crews prepare for upcoming fire season

The U.S. Forest Service is prepping crews for the upcoming wildfire season, which officials say could be dry and dangerous in parts of Montana.

Yellowstone seeks public comment on bison management plan

Yellowstone seeks public comment on bison management plan

Residents now have their first chance to give their two cents on the future of managing Yellowstone bison.

Bozeman police promote four within department

Bozeman police promote four within department

Bozeman police celebrated four promotions as the department continues to expand and make major changes.