Hey, I'm Carly! I've been getting up at 2:30 a.m. for the last 13 years to wake up with you and I wouldn't have it any other way! Before moving to Boise, I was born and raised just south of Salt Lake City. I have fond memories of Idaho growing up because my Dad is from Pocatello and we would travel to Grangeville nearly every Thanksgiving to visit my great-grandparents. When I told my family I was moving to the Treasure Valley, my Dad gave me his blessing by saying "My heart is shaped like Idaho!" I fell in love with Boise from the moment I rolled into town. In my free time I love discovering new restaurants in town, cooking, shopping, watching reality TV, and spending time with my two beautiful children, 11 year old Boston and 9 year old Jocelyn. Catch me on MIX 106 from 5:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Fridays.
Five Funky Idaho Hotels to Stay In
A lot of us are staying close to home this year as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, luckily, there are some really cool places you can stay nearby if you find yourself going crazy but you don't want to cross state borders. Here's Five Funky Idaho Hotels to Stay In.
Extra $600 Unemployment Benefits Set to End Early
If you are part of the millions of Americans on unemployment right now you know how beneficial the extra $600 a week has been during the COVID-19 pandemic, well turns out that benefit is going to end earlier than people expected.
22-Year-Old Boise Man Charged With Baby’s Murder Over the Weekend
Father's Day weekend turned horrible tragic for this Treasure Valley family. A 4-month-old baby is dead and a 22-year-old Boise man has been charged with the infants murder. Here's what we know so far.
Zoo Boise Sets to Re-Open
One of my favorite things about our beautiful city is Zoo Boise. It's small enough to navigate in 2-3 hours, but it has tons of cool animals and exhibits. COVID-19 has shut down Zoo Boise for three months, but you can take the kids to see the animals once again! Here's when.
When Will We Get Another Stimulus Check?
The economy continues to be in rough shape. Millions of people have had to file for unemployment, and a lot of us are wondering if a second stimulus check will be headed our way? Here's what we know so far.
You Can’t Get To Table Rock As Easily Anymore
My "secret boyfriend" and I decided to take a little drive up Table Rock on Saturday, but we were surprised to find you can't do that anymore. Here's what to expect before you head up to one of the most scenic sights in Boise.
Idaho Stuck With Mountains of Potatoes with Nowhere to Go
It's a problem I never thought about during the pandemic, but Idaho is stuck with mountains of potatoes that couldn't be produced into French Fries as the COVID-19 pandemic shut down restaurants. Now the question is "what to do with them" so they don't go to waste.
This Has Been Deemed The Best Place to Retire in Idaho
Please don't hate me for saying this, but I was a little surprised by this finding. No that it is bad, I think most of Idaho is beautiful and we are very lucky to live here, I just wouldn't have expected this to be at the top on msn.com's list of the "Best Place to Retire in Idah…
Gunshots Fired Near Boise Town Square Mall
An investigation is underway after shots were fired near Town Square Mall this afternoon. Here's what we know so far.
Idaho Woman Details What It’s Really Like to Have COVID-19
I'm working from home right now because I've developed a cough and have felt a little run down and achey the past few days. I have wondered, do I have COVID-19. The virus can present very differently, but this Idaho woman is sharing her story and her experience is much more severe than a c…
5 New Ideas to Keep Your Quarantined Kids Entertained
It's getting tougher and tougher to keep kids busy at home. My goals are to connect, educate, help them get creative, or inspire them to do good. Here's 5 ideas we recently tried that you can adopt at your home.
Why Idaho’s Liquor Stores Have Been Deemed Essential Under the Stay Home Order
I found it very interesting that our state liquor stores have been deemed "essential" under Governor Little's "Stay Home" order, so I did some digging, and here's why.