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
Idaho Wants Moms to Quit Smoking, Giving Incentives with Freebees
Happy Mothers Day to all the mamas out there! The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare along with support from Project Filter want Idaho mothers to be as healthy as possible. Starting today, Idaho Mothers can receive up to a year's worth of free diapers and wipes to quit using tobacco. That i…
Nampa’s Housing Market is Just as Crazy as Boise’s
There have been so many stories and features about how crazy the Boise housing market and real estate spike have been. I wanted to take a deeper look into how surrounding towns and cities are also being effected by the recent boom. Here is a full break down from multiple sources on how Nampa's …
Inmates in Kuna Set Fire Cause Chaos at State Correctional Center
Inmates cause some trouble in Kuna at the Idaho State Correctional Center on Saturday. An investigation is underway after an outbreak from some inmates. Windows were broken, a fire was started and several went to the hospital.
Boise Power Outage Due to Tow Truck Crash
The crash happened this morning (Friday 4/9) The areas that went dark and had the power go out were mostly in southeast Boise, downtown, and a portion of the Bench. Ada County Dispatch got quickly involved after a tow truck hit a power pole.
$100,000 Powerball Winnings for A Meridian Couple
The timing for this couple is quite interesting. Kameron actually gave her notice at work that day. She was leaving her job and probably pretty nervous about how that would effect finances. It was later that same day that Charles called Kameron to tell her they had won. Talk about a sign that she di…
Idaho Surrogate Mom Still Caring for China Baby Nearly a Year Later
Emily Chrislip was a surrogate and carried a baby for a couple in China. She gave birth to the child last year but still has the little girl in her care, nearly nine months after giving birth. So what happened?
Avoid Yellowstone’s ‘Zone of Death’ in Idaho
This is a 50 square mile stretch of Yellowstone National Park that is within the Idaho boarder. This is a legal no-man's land where a legal loophole makes it possible to get away with murder and other serious crimes.
UPDATE-Student Protest Halts Payette High School
The protest broke out this morning and Superintendent Robin Gilbert said the Payette High School went on lock-down because of it. As for what is causing these high schoolers to go on lock-down? We do not know just yet. The principal and the Superintendent is working on talking with the student presi…
These Larger-Than-Life Milkshakes and Burgers in Meridian Are a Must Try
Sid's Garage opened late last year, and already is making a big impression. The motto is "Leave boring at the door" and my goodness, do they follow that! Sid's proclaims "full throttle comfort food and beverage meets excess." The burgers really are larger than life. Th…
Idaho Smoking Age Changing from 18 to 21
Here in Idaho, earlier today, The House Health and Welfare Committee approved a measure to bring Idaho up to that standard to match the federal smoking age. Most Idaho stores are already following the federal law and only selling smoking products to individuals over the age of 21.