I started my career in broadcast at a small Public Radio station in 2003 and it grew from there. I came to Idaho from a tiny town in New Mexico in 2007 to work for a Twin Falls TV station. I did that for several years and got to know southern Idaho meeting all types of people. In 2012 I joined Townsquare Media as the morning host and anchor of AM Idaho and I serves as the news director. I enjoy the great outdoors of Idaho from the top of mountain peaks to the lower levels of area canyons. I am happy to call southern Idaho my home.
Another Suicide Under Investigation at Idaho Prison
Idaho prison officials say another inmate has died from an apparent suicide at a facility near Boise.
Two Magistrate Judge Positions Open in Jerome County
The search is on to fill two open seats on the judicial bench in Jerome County.
Lincoln County to Begin Leasing Patrol Vehicles
The Lincoln County Sheriff's office says they will begin leasing patrol vehicles to replace its aging fleet.
Five Finalist Selected in Search for Boise State President
The search for a president for Boise State University has come up with five finalists for the position.
UPDATE: Crews Respond to Fire at Ketchum Ski Lodge
Fire crews have been battling a fire at the Warms Springs Lodge in Ketchum since late last night.
Idaho National Guard Unit Set to Deploy to Afghanistan Thursday
An aviation unit with the Idaho Army National guard will deploy to Afghanistan Thursday for a one year mission.
Feed Truck Catches Fire Near Murtaugh
A feed truck caught on fire early this morning near Murtaugh. According to the Twin Falls Sheriff's Office the truck became fully engulfed by flames.
Wind Advisory for Eastern Magic Valley
A Wind Advisory has been issued for the eastern part of the Magic Valley that includes Cassia, Minidoka and parts of Lincoln County.
Roosters Prohibited after Twin Falls City Council Vote
Rooster will have to stay out of Twin Falls after Twin Falls city council voted to ban then from city limits.
Laser Light Show Planned at Shoshone Falls
Shoshone Falls, dubbed the Niagara of the West, will be the backdrop of a proposed laser light show set for May
On Twin Falls Council Agenda: Roosters, Parking and Lasers
On the agenda for tonight's Twin Falls City Council Meeting are several notable items. One of the biggest will be a public hearing on whether or not to allow roosters within city limits and eliminate the need for a special permit for four hens or less.
UPDATE: Crash Blocking Highway 26 East of Shoshone
UPDATE: State police say one person had to be flown to an east Idaho hospital after crashing into a semitrailer and another car Sunday afternoon east of Shoshone.
Crash Blocking Parts of I-84 East of Burley
Idaho State Police is handling a crash east of Burley on Interstate 84 that is partially blocking traffic. ISP says the accident is at mile marker 218 and the right lane heading west is blocked. Watch for emergency vehicles.
Expect to Pay More at National Parks this Summer
Travelers who head to national parks this summer will see higher fees after federal officials announce a plan address the backlog of park maintenance
Roosters May be Banned from Twin Falls
Changes may be coming to Twin Falls regarding the code that allows people to have poultry within city limits.
Pullman Man Killed on Winding North Idaho Highway
A Washington man died after his Jeep rolled off a winding highway near Lewiston, Idaho Wednesday evening.
Three Horses Struck West of Hammett
Three horses were hit by a vehicle east of Hammett early this morning, two of them were killed.
Cold, Wind and Snow Expected for Southern Idaho
A mixed bag of weather is expected this Thursday in southern Idaho, including high winds. The National Weather Service in Boise has issued a High Wind Watch for the Magic Valley
Ada County Investigating Possible Suicide of Idaho Inmate
The Ada County Sheriff's Office is investigating the apparent suicide of an inmate at the Idaho Maximum Security Institution south of Boise.
Idaho DEQ Offers Tips, Rules on Springtime Burning
It is spring and smoke is in the air, no not from wildfires, but from seasonal burning. The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality has sent out a reminder and tips on burning things such as yard waste and fields.