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.
Check Out The New Boise State Blue!
Athletes and non athletes had a chance to play catch, corn hole or even hit the blocking sled. (No word on how many people hit the sled or were hit by the sled.
The 5 Top Places to Eat in Boise
Whether your an Idaho Native or new to the Gem State, here's a list of Boise's top places to eat.
Penny Patrol Benefiting the Boise Rescue Mission May 20th-May25th
What would happen if you didn't have a home? Or not enough money to eat two meals a day, never mind three? There is no Summer vacation for the working poor or the homeless
Woman Tries to Open Plane Door in MidFlight
Herbert says she and the other passengers continued hearing her scream after she was escorted off the plane.
Don’t Call Back That Late Night Call from an Unknown Number
The FCC says don't answer and don't call back.Do you answer calls from people you don't know? Do you only call back if they leave a legitimate voicemail message?
It’s The A10s Versus The F18s Over Treasure Valley Skies
The Idaho Air National Guard is sensitive to the impact its training has on the Treasure Valley. During these exercises, it could get loud.
Delta Imposes New Restrictions On Seat Reclining
No word from industry officials if other airlines are expected to follow Delta in this move.
Treasure Valley Home Prices Continue to Increase
Cities are struggling to build schools, stores, and restaurants to service the growth. Californians lead the nation in relocating to Idaho followed by residents of Washington, and Oregon.
Panhandling Sign Controversy Engulfs Nampa
Mayor Kling believes the discussion has benefited the city by opening up a dialogue on poverty and the working poor.
First Responders Bill Becomes State Law
The bipartisan backers of the bill hope that the new law will expand the public's knowledge of the challenges of being a First Responder.