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 Called “New North Hollywood” As Celebs Move Here
Blue and White collar workers are not the only ones that find Idaho appealing. Celebrities are also making their way to the gem state. In recent years Idaho has been nicknamed the "New North Hollywood."
The Deadliest Creatures in Idaho
Idaho is full and lush with wildlife, but that also means there are some not so nice and downright scary creatures big and small that could seriously harm, or even kill someone. Lets start with the big ones then get down to the creepy crawlies
Idaho is Fastest Growing State Behind Utah According to Latest Census
In Idaho alone 1,839,106 million people filed as an Idahoan in 2020. Up 17.4% from the last U.S. Census a decade earlier in 2010.
Fishing Season is Here! Boise Man Catches 40′ Steelhead
Nowhere can beat the lakes and rivers that Idaho has for fishing. Who knows maybe this year is your year to catch a beast like this guy... Boise's Scott Turner set a new Idaho state record with a 39.25 inch steelhead.
Meridian’s Easter House With Real Bunnies
It quickly became 'The Easter House' to us due to the near neon yellow and electric green trim. A couple of weeks went by and we were walking by the street again but this time we noticed something extra special about 'The Easter House'.
Couple Who Was Rescued Over Idaho Gorge Now Homeless
We now know that the camper that saved their lives was not just for camping but was their only home. The couple, Nicki and Steve now they have to rebuild their lives.
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.
Keep An Eye Out For These Celebrities Who LOVE Idaho
It’s easy to see why these celebs love visiting and some even living in Idaho. We have four beautiful seasons, extensive and easily accessible recreation of all types, and low key living without worry of paparazzi. So what celebrities, be it actors, actresses, athletes, musicians, etc. own a …
Idaho Officer Video Goes Viral for Saving Christmas
A Coeur d'Alene officer saved Christmas and the video of her doing it has been going virtual and even after over a million views is continuing to gain more attention especially with the hashtag #thecopwhosavedchristmas.
“Love Always Wins” Idahoans Honor Anne Frank Memorial
Around two hundred people showed up over the weekend at the Idaho Anne Frank Memorial right off the greenbelt in downtown Boise to collectively stand against racism.
Idaho’s Capitol Christmas Tree is Gorgeous!
After a the most stressful year for anyone and everyone Idaho is ready to bring in some smiles and joy with the Capital Christmas tree. It was just moved to the Statehouse today and is grand, fantastic and everything we need this year.
See Broncos Play Live in Person at Albertson’s Boise Stadium Again
The health department is currently in a meeting and one of the big things on the agenda is discussing the university's proposal to allow at least some fans into the stands.