Nikki grew up in Tucson with four sisters, a love for lightning storms, exploring the outdoors, and all types of music. At 21, Nikki set out for adventure and ended up in Anchorage, Alaska. It was a beautiful crazy journey and where she got her start in radio, eventually landing in Portland, Oregon. She hosted mornings on Live 95.5 for several years, becoming very involved in the community and volunteering with several organizations. Nikki also spent a few years as a Media Executive for a group of 7 radio stations. She loves partnering with clients to create solutions and generate desired results. During her years on Live, Nikki welcomed her incredible little boy Titus, into the world. This little guy's first heartbeat played on the air, as did his gender reveal. Ed Sheeran, Pat Monahan, and other musicians touched her belly, hoping it would bring musical talent, we shall see. Now at 6, he occasionally voices commercials with his mama. After visiting, exploring, and connecting with the Treasure Valley, Nikki knew this was where she wanted to be. They have been living and loving it here since March. AFTERNOONS – 3PM-7PM
Utah Community Surprises 89-Year-Old Pizza Delivery Man with $12,000 Tip (Video)
89-year-old Derlin Newey is a pizza delivery driver in Utah. At 89 the man is kind, friendly and just trying to make ends meat by delivering pizza and smiles to customers. He was working about 30 hours a week and had no idea that one delivery would changes his life.
How Clean is Idaho? From Air Pollution, Clean Water and Environmental Friendliness, How do…
We are surrounded by nature and some of the most beautiful scenery available here in the gem state. From Boise the city of trees to having stunning lakes, rivers and streams throughout the state. So how clean are we really? No matter how pristine our surroundings are, every person in every state pro…
The New Idaho Fish and Game Headquarters is Massive
Idaho Fish and Game will share the massive 72,000 square feet space with Idaho Fish and Wildlife Foundation. The new building also features meeting spaces and classrooms, and enhance entry to the MK Nature Center.
Idaho Drinks More Wine Per Capita Than Any Other State
I knew we loved wine here in the gem state but I had no idea HOW MUCH we love wine here in the gem state. According to 27/4 Wall St and a recent listing of Strangest Little Facts About Each State, Idaho drinks more wine per capita than any other state in the country. While the stat surprised me, it …
The Most Haunted Hotel in Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada and Washington
Said to be haunted by both former guests and employees, these hotels are for the thrill-seekers looking to hunt ghosts on their vacations. Here I have highlighted the most haunted hotel in Idaho as well as our surrounding states: Utah, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada and Washington. Just in case yo…
This is the Smallest Town (Least Populated) in Idaho
When it comes to small towns, every state boasts at least one scenic mountain town, one pretty lake town, and one quirky small town destination, but only one can take the top spot as the absolute teeniest! For Idaho's ours only has three residents. But it is surrounded by a whole lot of beauty.
Why Does Idaho See So Many UFOs? – We Report More Sightings Than Most States
Have you ever seen something in the sky that you cant explain? Do you believe in UFOs and curiosity from potential beings from other planets and galaxies? Idaho has reported more sightings than most states .
America’s Longest Road Goes Through Idaho
Have you ever done a big road trip where it feels like the same road just goes on and on and on? The longest highway in the country is not part of the major interstate system. However it still runs through 12 states, including Idaho.
Sam Adams New Beer is Illegal in Idaho
Every other year the company launches Sam Adams Utopias as a new flavor for beer enthusiasts everywhere. While they are yes coming out with a new brew, this time it cannot be enjoyed everywhere.
Hey Boise, Did you Feel That Earthquake?
The quakes epicenter was in central Idaho, about 11 miles northwest of Stanley and was the area strongest earthquake this year. It reached us here in Boise about a quarter after 10pm, about the same time as the end of the Boise State football team's loss to Oklahoma State at Albertsons Stadium.