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.
Derailed Train Blocks Road in south Twin Falls
A train derailment is blocking a road in south Twin Falls forcing traffic to find other routes.
UPDATE: ITD Finds Temporary Fix to Open DMV Offices
The Idaho Transportation Department says it has a short-term fix that will allow driver's license offices to reopen after glitches forced a shut down across the state.
Idaho Gets $90 Million Grant for I-84
The state of Idaho has been given $90 million in federal funds for a major project on a stretch of interstate in the Treasure Valley.
Idaho Health District Responds to Growing National STD Rates
Southern Idaho health officials are warning people to practice safer sex amid a rise in sexually transmitted disease locally and nationally
Twin Falls County Sheriff Issues Statement on License Issue
The Twin Falls County Sheriff has issued a statement as the the state transportation agency is working to iron out bugs within its driver's license system that has drawn criticism from other sheriffs.
Fire Restrictions to Remain in Place for Southern Idaho
Fire restrictions for federal and state lands in southern Idaho will remain in effect as the fire danger remains high.
ITD Suggest Driver’s License Office Close
Idaho transportation officials are suggesting sheriff's offices close their driver's license offices while problems are worked out
Jerome Seeks to Replace City Attorney
The city of Jerome is looking for a new attorney after the current one was selected as a local judge
Idaho Sheriffs Expresses Frustration with Driver’s License System Failure
Idaho sheriffs are expressing their concern and frustration with the states driver's license system that was recently upgraded. On Monday the Idaho Transportation Department said the vendor system had failed and all offices statewide went down including other state's who use the same vend…
Idaho Driver’s License Offices Down Statewide
Driver's license offices across the state are being impacted by an outage from the system provider.
Montana Man Killed in Rollover
A Montana man was killed early this morning in a single vehicle accident on the Idaho/Montana state line
Twin Falls Aircraft Charter to Relocate to Jerome Airport
A Twin Falls aircraft charger and service company announced plans to relocate their operation to the Jerome County Airport
Minidoka Internment Camp Projects Awarded Federal Grants
A southern Idaho monument that once housed Japanese Americans during World War II has been awarded grant money for several special projects.
Wanted: Jacob Cordova
Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office is looking for Jacob Paul Cordova.
Road Work Set for South Twin Falls in September
Drivers in south Twin Falls can expect to see road work on their morning and evening commute starting next month
Firefighters Back Away from Blaze North of Fairfield
Crews are working to contain a fire 16 miles northwest of the small town of Fairfield, but had to pull back as fire activity increased
Wildfire Shuts Down Highway North of Elko
The Elko County Sheriff's office says a wildfire has forced the closure of a highway linking Nevada and Idaho
Two Injured in Crash after Driver Swerves to Avoid Cones on I-84
Two California women were hospitalized Wednesday evening when their small SUV rolled on Interstate 84 near Eden
Air Health Advisory Issued for Magic Valley
The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality has issued a special alert for air conditions for several Magic Valley counties as smoke from wild fires makes its way into the area
First Case of Human West Nile Reported in Lincoln County
Southern Idaho health officials have confirmed the first case of human West Nile Virus in Lincoln County on Tuesday