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Benito Baeza

Benito is a transplant from a small town in New Mexico but has lived and worked in the Magic Valley for 5 years now. He comes to KLIX as the News Director and AM Idaho anchor. Previously Benito worked as a reporter for a Twin Falls TV Station. He started his broadcast career in radio and is glad to be back on the radio waves. Benito enjoys being outdoors and believes Southern Idaho is one of the best places for that. He likes to get out and hike the South Hills, kayak the Snake River, and in the winter, hit the mountains to snow board.
Benito Baeza
Benito Baeza
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Weather Diverts Airliners to Twin Falls

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)- The Twin Falls airport has taken on diverted airliners from The Salt Lake City International Airport after it suspended flights due to a weather related slide-off. Magic Valley Regional Airport Manager Bill Carberry says two flights, one from Oregon and one from California,  have been diverted to Twin Falls

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Twin Falls Man Charged After Holding Woman Hostage

Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) A Twin Falls man faces a multitude of charges, including six felonies, after assaulting a woman and holding her hostage. Prosecutors argue on December 16, Steven Ray Stone, 39, was hiding in his ex–girlfriend's home in Twin Falls and when she arrived, he physically harmed her and forced the victim to have sex

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Twin Falls School Officials Respond to Threats

Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) - Twin Falls Police want to assure parents of children at the Canyon Ridge High school that everyone is safe. On Friday, Twin Falls Police Captain Matt Hicks said there were two separate incidents on Friday involving two Male students who had made threatening comments about the school. Captain Hicks said both i

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Yellowstone Volcano Larger than Originally Thought

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A new study shows the chamber of hot molten rock below Yellowstone National Park is more than 2 and a-half times larger than previously estimated.

Lead author Jamie Farrell of the University of Utah said Monday the magma chamber is about 55 miles long, 18 miles wide and runs at depths from 3 to 9 miles below the earth

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