Nikki grew up in Tucson, Arizona with four sisters, a love for lightning storms, exploring the outdoors, and music. At 21, she set out for adventure in Anchorage, Alaska. It was a beautiful crazy journey and where she got her start in radio on KFAT 92.9. After 4 very cold winters, she headed south to Klamath Falls, Oregon, and hosted mornings on “Oregon’s Country Giant”, 92.9 KLAD. Shortly after Nikki landed in Portland, Oregon where she stayed for 10 years. Nikki hosted mornings on Live 95.5, becoming very involved in the community and volunteering with several organizations. 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. You will occasionally hear his voice on 104.3 WOW Country helping his mama when he gets to hang out in the studio. Nikki has been dating a native Idahoan for years now and came to visit and explore the beautiful gem state many times before making the move permanent. After visiting, exploring, and connecting with the Treasure Valley, Nikki knew this was where she wanted her and Titus to be. Listen to Nikki talk about her Idaho adventures and other great local tidbits weekdays from 3PM to 7PM. You may even hear 8-year-old Titus on from time to time. AFTERNOONS – 3 PM-7 PM
You Won’t Believe What is Hiding in the Master Closet of This Extraordinary $5.5 Million Boise Home
No doubt this home is an absolute stunner. From the layout to the finishes to the decks to the resort like pool to the unbelievable views of Boise. As I was scrolling through the striking photos of the home the master closet shocked me the most. I have scrolled through a lot of multi million dollar homes in the area and have never seen anything like it. Check out the extraordinary home and see what is hiding in the master closet.
When is Idaho’s Topgolf Opening? Construction Photos and Update for Boise’s Latest Entertainment Space
TopGolf construction is fully underway and a massive new development off Eagle Rd along 84. See updated photos and when expected completion is.
This Idaho Town Named One of the Most Romantic in the Country
Idaho natives will apricate this small town getting a chance to shine.
Is It Legal to Film Police in Idaho?
There is a case that U.S. government lawyers took to the appeals court this week overseeing six states including a portion of Idaho on making it legal to film police and to even sue them for interfering the filming.
Go Camping, Golfing, Fishing and Picnicking on Idaho’s Islands
You may have heard of a few Idaho Islands but did you know the gem state has 125 Islands?! I started poking around to see what some of the best voted camping spots are I came across Islands that you can camp on in Idaho! Most of these are a bit of a drive away but to camp on an island, worth it.
Idaho Seeking Death Penalty for Lori Vallow Daybell
Lori, who seemed like your average suburban mom is linked to a series of deaths surrounding her family. Now the trial is officially underway and nearing the close. Idaho is a death penalty state and wants to charge Lori to the fullest.
The 10 Largest Companies with Headquarters in Idaho
The gem state has some major companies who started here or are headquartered here. Let's check out some of the biggest and some that you maybe didn't even know where from Idaho.
History Lesson: How Did Boise State University Get it’s Blue Turf?
The official name of BSU's famous blue football field is the Lyle Smith field, but most locals know it as The Blue. So how did it get blue in the first place? The story behind how it all got started is as fun and interesting as the blue turf itself.
Does Idaho Have a Drinking Problem?
Idaho loves drinking. We have incredible breweries, unbelievable Idaho Vodkas and the gem state is home to over 70 wineries. How much more do we drink than other states though?
15 Things Idahoans Have to Explain to Out-Of-Towners
Idahoans, especially natives know these things to their core and sometimes get annoyed when it has to be explained over and over to non-Idahoans.
Where You Can & CANNOT Camp in Idaho
There are few things better in life than a gorgeous, fun, relaxing and successful camping trip in Idaho. With ample mountains, lakes, rivers, trees, streams, fish, hot springs, and clear skies with starry nights, Idaho is the place to be. There are 35 million acres of public land and hundreds of private campgrounds and backcountry campsites to choose from. The Idaho Forest Service is asking campers to do their homework before going out in the forest to make sure that they are actually allowed to camp there.
Idaho Rivers Where You Can Still Find Gold and Gemstones
Idaho was a massive gold rush state. Our vast waterways give endless options for panning for gold and gemstones. While heaps of gold and mountains of gemstones have been removed, sold off and taken from the state there is still a lot more to be claimed.