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.
Lower Wood River Valley Seeing Localized Flooding
Some areas in the Wood River Valley are seeing localized flooding prompting officials to ask for volunteers to help fill sandbags
Free Water Testing Today at Twin Falls Water Fair
Magic Valley residents living in Twin Falls with private wells will be able to get their water tested for free at a water fair today, March 15.
Arson Reward Increased to $15,000 in Burley Fire Case
The reward leading to the arrest of those responsible for an arson fire in Burley has increased to $15,000. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is now offering a $10,000 reward, adding to the already $5,000 reward being offered by the Idaho State Fire Marshal's Office.
March 2018 Magic Valley Election Results
Here are the latest unofficial results for the March 13, elections on school funding issues:
Where to Vote in the Magic Valley?
Elections are being held all around Idaho and right here in the Magic Valley on a number of school funding issues.
Wendell Man Involved in Fatal Crash Near Fort Hall
One woman was killed and another person taken to the hospital after a crash near Fort Hall on Interstate 15 on Monday afternoon
January Unemployment Held Steady at 3%
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for the Gem state has stayed steady at 3% for January. According to the Idaho Department of Labor, it is the fifth consecutive month at that rate. Nonfarm jobs went up by 500 in January to 728,600.
UPDATE: Twin Falls Council to Vote on Garbage/recycle Rates
After voting to keep the recycling program for Twin Falls residents, the city council will now consider rate increases at tonight's meeting.
What is on the March 13 Ballot in the Magic Valley
Magic Valley voters will have decisions to make on Tuesday March 13, on several school funding issues.
East Idaho Woman Killed in Crash with Train
A 56-year-old woman died after he small SUV was hit by a train in eastern Idaho Thursday night.
Argentinian Grill Set to Open This Spring in Twin Falls
A taste of Argentina is making its way to Twin Falls with a new family restaurant expected to open this spring. Couples Kathy Casillas and Daniel Zarco say they hope to open the Patagonia Grill in early April
Free Water Testing Events for Jerome & Twin Falls
Magic Valley residents living in Jerome or Twin Falls with private wells will be able to get their water tested for free at two up coming events