Lauren Bradley

Reporter

POSTED: 9:59 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 10:02 AM Aug 01 2014
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Lauren Bradley is a reporter for KECI in Missoula. Lauren graduated from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism in May 2014.

Lauren lived on the east coast most of her life but is no stranger to Mountain Time as she attended high school in Casper, Wyoming. Lauren interned in the newsroom for ABC in Denver, Colorado and Syracuse, New York. While in school, Lauren traveled abroad to Istanbul, Turkey.

When Lauren isn't working, she likes to travel, run, read and dabble in photography. She is excited to be living in beautiful Montana.

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Missoula Co. increases dog license fee

Dog licensing fees are going up in Missoula County, from $15 to $20. Animal Control officials said they need more money to maintain the shelter.

Opponents of same-sex marriage speak out

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has received Montana Attorney General Tim Fox's appeal. Opponents of same-sex marriage said they can do nothing now but watch that case as it moves through the courts.

Medal of Valor awarded to Montana Highway Patrol trooper

Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Adam Gane was awarded the patrol's highest honor on Wednesday. Gane received a medal of valor for saving the lives of two Mineral County officers in June 2013.

Montana gets C- for infrastructure report

Montana gets a C- in the infrastructure report released this morning. This is the first time Montana received a report.

Memorial set up at site of fatal crash to honor victim

One Missoula teen is still in critical condition after a deadly car crash Saturday but his friend, Dante James Martin, 17, died in the wreck. He and the driver were headed east Saturday on Spurgin Road in Missoula just west of Reserve Street.

Inmate's death sparks review of jail surveillance

The Missoula County Sheriff's Office reports that Jeffrey Roy Kohlstadt, 51, died after a fall from the upper tier of his housing unit and striking his head on the concrete floor.

Jeweler to retire, closing downtown Missoula store

A jewelry store is closing its doors after 11 years in its downtown Missoula location. Barney Jette's been around a lot longer than that -- he has designed jewelry for 35 years, but now he figures it's time to retire.

New winter campaign aims to attract tourists to Montana

A new ad campaign from the state's tourism office will feature 15 ski areas and national parks in Montana. The slogan is simple and it's targeted at winter tourism."It's Time" is the simple phrase Montana's Office of Tourism hopes draws visitors to Montana's snowy peaks this winter.

Stores hire more employees for holiday season

The holiday season is coming up, with Black Friday just two weeks away. It is the time of year again when stores stock their shelves and their staff.

Montana legislator, school officials weigh in on bullying laws

Montana is the only state that doesn't have an anti-bullying law, but now one Missoula legislator is trying to change that.

Missoula police add victim advocate to Special Victims Unit

The Missoula Police Department recently added a victim advocate to the Special Victims Unit. It's a part of the sex assault compliance agreement the Department of Justice has with the Missoula Police.

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Man pleads not guilty to charges related to apartment explosion

A Missoula man allegedly responsible for the an explosion at an apartment pleaded not guilty to seven different charges Monday.

Supreme Court to weigh in on Facebook threats

The U.S Supreme Court will decide whether to uphold the conviction of a Pennsylvania man who threatened his estranged wife on Facebook.

Missoula Co. officials discuss solution to jail overcrowding

The Missoula County Detention Center is overcrowded and that has county officials concerned. The jail can house 394 inmates, but we're told that it's regularly too full.

Missoula Co. sheriff-elect reveals top priorities

There will soon be new leadership in the Missoula County Sheriff's Office after Detective Sergeant T.J. McDermott won the sheriff's race with more than 20,000 votes Tuesday night. Now McDermott is outlining his top priorities.