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  • Taylor Chase

    Taylor Chase

    Before she moved to Big Sky Country, Taylor worked as an investigative reporter at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism.

    Before she moved to Big Sky Country, Taylor worked as an investigative reporter at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism.

  • Ty Hawkins

    Ty Hawkins

    Originally from Boise, Idaho, Ty is excited to return to the Mountain West to explore and tell stories in the Treasure State.

    Originally from Boise, Idaho, Ty is excited to return to the Mountain West to explore and tell stories in the Treasure State.

  • Rachel Crowspreadingwings

    Rachel Crowspreadingwings

    Rachel, who grew up in Basin, Montana is happy to be reporting in her home state. 

    Rachel, who grew up in Basin, Montana is happy to be reporting in her home state. 

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  • Andrea Lutz

    Andrea Lutz

    Andrea Lutz joined the Wake Up Montana statewide morning team in July of 2017. With over a decade worth of local television news experience, Andrea worked most recently as the News Director for KTMF/KWYB in Western Montana.

    Andrea Lutz joined the Wake Up Montana statewide morning team in July of 2017. With over a decade worth of local television news experience, Andrea worked most recently as the News Director for KTMF/KWYB in Western Montana.

  • Ken McGrath

    Ken McGrath

    Ken McGrath, an Alabama native, is currently an anchor for Wake Up Montana and has nearly 2 decades of experience in television – both on-air and online. 

    Ken McGrath, an Alabama native, is currently an anchor for Wake Up Montana and has nearly 2 decades of experience in television – both on-air and online. 

  • Dave Cochran

    Dave Cochran

    You can find Dave Cochran delivering the latest weather forecast weekday mornings on Wake Up Montana. When he's not covering the weather forecast, he's enjoying it, by air, sea, and bicycle. 

    You can find Dave Cochran delivering the latest weather forecast weekday mornings on Wake Up Montana. When he's not covering the weather forecast, he's enjoying it, by air, sea, and bicycle. 

  • Weather TeamMore>>

  • Ted King

    Ted King

    Chief Meteorologist Ted King Came to Big Sky Country in April of 2013 and is happy to keep you up to date with the ever changing weather in Montana.

    Chief Meteorologist Ted King Came to Big Sky Country in April of 2013 and is happy to keep you up to date with the ever changing weather in Montana.

  • Allyson Cummings

    Allyson Cummings

    Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, Allyson is very excited to both live in and cover the active weather in Montana. 

    Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, Allyson is very excited to both live in and cover the active weather in Montana. 

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  • Clara Goodwin

    Clara Goodwin

    Clara Goodwin joined our team in September 2016 as a sports anchor/reporter.  Clara graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in April 2016 with a degree in broadcast journalism, emphasizing in sports. At BYU, Clara received multiple awards for her work anchoring, reporting, and sidelining.

    Clara Goodwin joined our team in September 2016 as a sports anchor/reporter.  Clara graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in April 2016 with a degree in broadcast journalism, emphasizing in sports. At BYU, Clara received multiple awards for her work anchoring, reporting, and sidelining.

  • Kurt Schroeder

    Kurt Schroeder

    You will not find a bigger sports nut than Kurt Schroeder. He is excited and driven to bring you the best possible local sports coverage from around the state. Kurt’s passion for sports started at a young age. Like most kids, he aspired to be a professional athlete one day. 

    You will not find a bigger sports nut than Kurt Schroeder. He is excited and driven to bring you the best possible local sports coverage from around the state. Kurt’s passion for sports started at a young age. Like most kids, he aspired to be a professional athlete one day. 

  • Kempson Cross

    Kempson Cross

    Kempson Cross discovered his passion for sports and storytelling long before becoming a “one-man band” sports reporter operation out of the Helena bureau. 

    Kempson Cross discovered his passion for sports and storytelling long before becoming a “one-man band” sports reporter operation out of the Helena bureau. 

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  • 7,000 stolen dog tags

    7,000 stolen dog tags

    Monday, July 16 2018 9:17 PM EDT2018-07-17 01:17:00 GMT
    Monday, July 16 2018 9:17 PM EDT2018-07-17 01:17:00 GMT

    GREAT FALLS- For almost two weeks, the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has been searching for any signs of a stolen military bag taken on the Fourth of July. 

    GREAT FALLS- For almost two weeks, the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has been searching for any signs of a stolen military bag taken on the Fourth of July. 

  • Man breaks into Humane Society, steals dog

    Man breaks into Humane Society, steals dog

    Monday, July 16 2018 11:03 PM EDT2018-07-17 03:03:05 GMT
    Monday, July 16 2018 11:03 PM EDT2018-07-17 03:03:05 GMT

    Just after midnight on Monday, July 16th, the Helena Police Department received a call that a man had just "broken into the Humane Society and wanted to get arrested." 

    Just after midnight on Monday, July 16th, the Helena Police Department received a call that a man had just "broken into the Humane Society and wanted to get arrested." 

  • 67th Annual Native American Indian Days

    67th Annual Native American Indian Days

    Saturday, July 14 2018 6:38 PM EDT2018-07-14 22:38:10 GMT
    Saturday, July 14 2018 6:38 PM EDT2018-07-14 22:38:10 GMT
    The 67th Annual Native American Indian Days are one of the largest gatherings of the United States and Canadian tribes, hundreds came together to celebrate their culture. The celebration in Browning always happens the second week in July for four days of authentic Blackfeet traditions. Such as pow-wow dancing, stick games, horse relay races, and the crowning of a new Miss Blackfeet. If you didn't make it today, there's still time to participate. The event will wrap up Sunday for more...
    The 67th Annual Native American Indian Days are one of the largest gatherings of the United States and Canadian tribes, hundreds came together to celebrate their culture. The celebration in Browning always happens the second week in July for four days of authentic Blackfeet traditions. Such as pow-wow dancing, stick games, horse relay races, and the crowning of a new Miss Blackfeet. If you didn't make it today, there's still time to participate. The event will wrap up Sunday for more...
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