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.
Wanted: Stormy Winmill
Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office is looking for Stormy Winmill after he didn't show up to court for the charge of receiving or transferring a stolen vehicle, which is a felony.
Early Voting Begins in Twin Falls County
Early voting has started for Twin Falls County as the November elections approach. Twin Falls County citizens can cast their votes at the County West Building in Twin Falls every weekday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Friday, November 3.
Twin Falls Woman Charged in Death of Baby
A Magic Valley woman is facing charges of murder after a baby died earlier this month in a Boise hospital. The Twin Falls Police Department announced during the weekend Amanda Dunlap, age 22, was jailed by Boise Police on Saturday morning and charged with murder and felony injury to a child.
Cold Front to Bring Strong Winds to Parts of Southern Idaho
The warm weather is not expect to stay for much longer according to forecasters as a cold front is set to move into southern Idaho Friday. The National Weather Service in Pocatello has issued a Wind Advisory for eastern parts of the Magic Valley and eastern Idaho.
Magic Valley Public to Get Chance to Comment on Sage Grouse Plans
After federal officials revealed new plans to protect sage grouse in the west, southern Idaho land managers will be seeking comment from the public in November.
UPDATE: I-80 in Nevada Reopened after Hazmat Crash
At this time Interstate 80 in northern Nevada is closed and traffic is being diverted onto area highways after a Haz Mat spill earlier today.
Idaho Students Encouraged to Come Up With Next Holiday Card
The Idaho Department of Education is encouraging students to come up with the next holiday card for the upcoming Christmas season
Twin Falls Fire Chief Leaves Post After a Year on the Job
The city of Twin Falls is without a fire chief after the current one resigned. The city of Twin Falls announced Tuesday afternoon that Chief Tim Soule submitted his resignation.
BLM and Bakery to Team Up and Plant Sagebrush in Burn Area
The Bureau of Land Management and Clif Bar Caking Company will team up to plant sagebrush in the Magic Valley where a fire scorched the land. The BLM Twin Falls District says the two groups will participate in the National Public Lands Day on Oct. 20 by planting sagebrush on a 1,000 acre area
Twin Falls School Seeking Help for Fire Victims
Rock Creek Elementary School is pitching in to help two families left homeless by a fire last week. In a Facebook post, the Twin Falls elementary says it is helping the two families impacted by a house fire and is asking other families with children at the school to help as well.
Twin Falls County and Dispatch to Collect Address Information
Twin Falls County and the regional 911 center will be verifying the physical addresses of homes for better response to emergencies in the next few months. The Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office and Southern Idaho Regional Communications announced they have contracted Geo-Comm, Inc. to survey …
Wanted: Arafat Ramirez
This weeks wanted by the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office is Arafat Ramirez. This man is wanted for failing to appear in court on the charges of domestic battery, which is a felony.