Kane O'Neill

KTVM Sports

POSTED: 9:42 AM Jun 07 2013   UPDATED: 1:26 PM May 14 2014

Kane O’Neill joins NBC Montana as the Sports Anchor at KTVM.  Kane was born and raised in Windsor, Vermont. He attended Windsor High school, playing baseball, basketball and soccer for four years there.

Kane attended Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. He received the Undergraduate Award in Broadcast and Streaming Media twice and the award for Outstanding Senior in Broadcast and Streaming Media. He also received the 2012 Vermont Association of Broadcasters Award.

While in college Kane studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland, and enjoyed traveling to Rome, Paris and London.

When he’s not working you can find Kane at the gym, outside playing some type of athletics or spending time with friends. His favorite sports are baseball and football and he’s an all-around New England fan (Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins!)

Please email Kane with any questions, comments or story ideas. You can also find him on Twitter.

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Montana's busy tourism season benefits businesses

Local business owners are excited to wrap up one of the busiest tourism season they've seen since the recession.

City, schools negotiate with Charter to get cable service back

The City of Missoula, its schools and some organizations are negotiating with Charter Communications about to how to bring cable service back. Charter switched to a digital service earlier this week which left customers without cable.

Charter's digital switch leaves people unprepared

Charter Communications switched to digital on Tuesday, leaving some customers without service.

New complaint deepens divide in Missoula Co. Sheriff’s Office

Current Missoula County Undersheriff Josh Clark lost to sheriff-elect TJ McDermott by a wide margin, but he wants the state political practices commissioner to look into a claim that McDermott won without disclosing that a major law firm helped him.

Facebook connects people searching for missing UM student

People from Missoula and Kalispell to Idaho and even California knew Lucius Robbi went missing -- shortly after he was reported missing Facebook blew up. Status updates, article shares and likes on the "Finding Lucius" Facebook page consumed news feeds.

Businesses keep tabs on purchases of hazardous material

Hydrogen peroxide is a common household product, but officials say it can also be misused in an explosive device. Stores carry household products that are readily available to the public. It's when products are misused that's problematic.

Missoula's sobriety program considers elements of 24/7 program

In 2011, Missoula Correctional Services and the Missoula County Sheriff's Office said no way to the cost of the 24/7 Sobriety Program. Instead, Missoula came up with its own program called the Sobriety and Accountability program.

Authorities plan to build relationship with transient community

Authorities are taking to the streets to combat violence within the transient community. Everyone from private property owners to the Missoula Police Department, the Forest Service and the Missoula County Sheriff's Office will team up to patrol the transient community in an effort to curb violence

Fire crews work on long-term plan to battle Seepay Fire

When smokejumpers arrived on the scene of the Seepay Fire on July 17, they quickly determined the fire was out of their control.

The fire is currently listed as burning just over 1,000 acres. 

Missoula authorities weigh in on SWAT team procedures

In light of the recent protests and tear gas in Ferguson, Missouri, NBC Montana asked Missoula law enforcement officials whether they are reconsidering SWAT team procedures . The Missoula County Sheriff's Office and the Missoula Police Department each have a swat team.

Missoula county attorney weighs in on Libby judge's order

Libby Judge James Wheelis warned Montana's Attorney General Tim Fox and 11 others he'd find them in contempt of court if they contact him outside the courtroom over his decision that Montana's Drunk Driving Prevention Program is unconstitutional.

Authorities team up to patrol transient camps

Tracy Campbell has lived in Missoula for nearly 10 years.  She likes how Missoula helps the homeless, but a recent homicide investigation coupled with other transient attacks have Campbell worried.

RentTrack service helps renters build credit

When you apply for a credit card or request a loan for a new car or house, your credit score is what determines your eligibility. For some people, building credit can be difficult.

Missoula Co. Health Department plans to review North Star contract

Health workers say they've never seen anything like the health code violations they saw at the fair last Wednesday. The problems ranged from refrigeration problems and water issues to dirty equipment and employees who didn't wash their hands. Now the Missoula County Health Department plans to review North Star Amusements' 3-year contract.

Suspects on the run

2 homicide suspects wanted, 2 more in jail

Kenneth Hickman, 21, faces a felony charge of aggravated assault in connection with the murder of Gilbert George "Jack" Berry. Officials say Hickman didn't act alone. Mechailah Trembruell, 21, will face criminal charges as well.