If you are of the belief that equality for women in Idaho is a real thing, you might want to look away. There's a new study that claims our state is among the worst when it comes to ladies being treated as well as guys.
Chemtrails is not a new conspiracy theory. But, it's a subject that is causing new discussions about whether or not the government is experimenting on Idaho including phenomena that was seen during the total solar eclipse on Monday.
Millions of Americans got the chance to see an event of a lifetime on August 21, 2017 including thousands of people in Idaho. Check out this dash cam video of the Lemhi Mountain range go dark as the moon shadow passes over
Maybe by now you feel like you've seen and heard enough about the total solar eclipse that crossed Idaho on Monday. May I suggest just one more video before we completely put this to bed? Someone captured Idaho Falls going completely dark with their drone and it's amazing.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Shawn Willsey, a geology professor at the College of Southern Idaho and recently turned author, will sign copies of his first book, “Geology Underfoot in Southern Idaho,” from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the Twin Falls Visitor Center.
We already knew that Monday was gonna be interesting. It's not every day that you get to be in the path of totality (or close even) for a solar eclipse. But, there is new data that shows there is a possibility that this historic eclipse might be even more spectacular than any imagined.
If you’re not able to visit the solar eclipse’s path of totality on Monday, don’t fret too much. If you live in south-central Idaho, chances are you’ll be able to catch a pretty glimpse of the solar event.