Colin Cashin

KTVM Reporter

POSTED: 9:03 AM Mar 21 2014   UPDATED: 4:33 PM Jun 06 2014
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Colin Cashin is a reporter at KTVM in Bozeman. He was born in Seattle, WA, but moved to Bozeman at a young age where he has been living ever since.

Colin graduated with honors from Montana State University in Bozeman with a degree in Film & Photography. He joined KTVM as a Floor Director shortly after graduating in May 2013. His passion for documentary film making led him to transition to reporter in early 2014.

When he's not reporting the news, Colin is often working on independent film projects. He also loves the outdoors, hiking and camping whenever possible.

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

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Bozeman animal shelter installs solar panels in sustainability efforts

The Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter is now running partly on solar energy as a way to cut costs. The shelter flipped the switch this week on three dozen solar energy panels.

Students from across state gather for Bozeman video game tournament

Hundreds are gathering at Montana State University for the Battle under the Mountains e-Sports Tournament on Thursday.

Affordability report highlights Bozeman housing concerns

Home prices are on the rise in Bozeman and, with them, the prospects for those looking to purchase a home are going down.

Daines visits MSU research farm during agriculture tour

Representative Steve Daines was in Bozeman Monday morning visiting a Montana State University research farm.

Record bacon prices impact Bozeman-area businesses

A virus that attacks young pigs has caused to price of bacon to hit an all-time high.

Volunteers prepare for summer festivals

One of Bozeman's biggest and oldest festivals kicks off Friday. On Thursday, dozens of volunteers could be found in Lindley Park getting ready for Sweet Pea.

Gallatin Co. Regional Park plans shaped by survey

After sifting through hundreds of comments, Gallatin County has hammered out a master plan for a popular Bozeman-area park.

Many NCAA concussion regulations already in place at MSU

MSU officials say they're confident that many potential regulations the NCAA could hand down are already being met or exceeded.

Health officials: Reducing risk best tactic against West Nile Virus

It is peak mosquito season and that has state health officials cautioning against West Nile Virus.

Volunteers hope to change FDA rules on blood donations

Volunteers at a Bozeman area blood drive say a Food and Drug Administration ban on donations by gay and bisexual men is discriminatory.

$100K bond set for man accused of trying to suffocate infant

A judge set bond at $100,000 for a Bozeman man accused of trying to suffocate an infant.

Two men arrested after Bozeman Ave. vandalized

Numerous cars on a block near downtown Bozeman still bore the signs of damage Sunday, after two men were arrested in Bozeman on Friday for vandalism.

Bozeman bike shop celebrates van Garderen Tour de France placement

The 2014 Tour de France came to a close today and with it the final ranking of a Bozeman raised cyclist who kept American hopes alive for a podium finish.

Butte police measure crowds for Knievel Days patrols

Legendary stuntman and Butte native Evel Knievel rides again.

Family that filed lawsuit against carnival wants change

A Belgrade woman says she wants to see change after learning a young girl crashed to the ground on a ride at the Gallatin Valley Fair.