Hello and thank you for wanting to learn more about me! I'm Kevin Miller, the host of KIDO’s “Kevin Miller in the Morning” show every weekday from 5 - 9 a.m. I love talking with our community about breaking news, causes near and dear to our hearts, and of course sports and politics. When you don't find me blogging about our town, you can find me checking out local conferences, hanging out at the gym, or participating in charity drives throughout the community.
How Brad Little Won The Idaho Republican Primary
Congressman Labrador holds his lead and wins the primary. Dr. Ahlquist, without the firepower directed at him, rebounds and wins the primary. Or, which is what happened, Brad Little wins the nomination.
Who Won Idaho’s First Gubernatorial Debate?
So who won last night's debate? Was it your candidate or did someone convince you to vote for them?
Why Idaho Public Television Should Allow Steve Pankey in the Debate
The beauty of Idaho Politics is that big ideas, not big money, should decide who will be Idaho's next governor
Idaho National Guard Army Aviation Unit Deploys to Afghanistan
“These soldiers are well-trained, extremely focused and ready to perform the mission.”
Graffiti Bandits Strike Boise
Downtown Boise has several cameras that police will use to figure out who committed this graffiti spraying spree.
Free Movie Night in Meridian Returns: Summer Schedule
Free movies will run every Friday night from June 1st till Friday night August 31st.
Idaho Leads the Nation in Wage Growth
Jobs that continue fuel growth are food service, agriculture, and construction.
Twenty Year Old Sues Dick’s And Wal Mart To Buy Rifle
The lawsuit is seeking to remove the age restrictions on rifles and once again allow anyone eighteen and over the ability to buy them.
Preston Sharp Coming to Idaho to Honor Veterans
The Color Guard will play Taps and everyone will be divided into 20 groups to place flowers and flags on the over 3,031 headstones.
Watch the Starman in Space Here
Flights like the one that took place this week are designed to give engineers real experience, that they hope will lead to manned flights to the Moon and Mars.