Kat lives in Twin Falls with her husband, Chris. She's worked in radio since she was 15 years old. Music has been part of her life since visit's to her Pop's place singing on the back porch. She is dedicated to helping protect people from the evil squirrel menace. When it's cold, there's bowling. When it's warm, there's kayaking.
4 Idaho Cities to Avoid When the Sun Goes Down
Looking at crime on a statewide scale, Idaho has 19 crimes per square mile. It seems like a lot, but Idaho is a pretty big state.
Is it Better for Idaho Drivers to Drive Cold in the Winter?
Many homes use their garage as storage and play areas, so the cars live outdoors. Winter brings a challenge to morning drivers.
How Much Time Does Idaho Have To Munch Thanksgiving Leftovers Before They Go Bad?
Hosting Thanksgiving is stressful, but one of the perks is leftovers. How long is the food good before the leftover bliss is gone?
Foods On the No-Fly List Through Idaho Airports
Before you try to bring a special taste of home to a faraway friend, take care of what you take to carry on.
What Card Games to Expect to Play with Idahoans This Winter
Card games have lasted through centuries for a reason. What card games are most popular in Idaho?
Pedestrian Killed East of Twin Falls Monday Morning
A fatal accident involving a pedestrian closed Hwy 50 for several hours Monday morning.
What Board Games do Most Idahoans Play Over the Holidays?
Cold weather and no sunlight may cause cabin fever. Keep the crazy at bay with some classic board games, or try something new.
Idaho Has a Big Pain in the What?
What is the biggest search for pain across the states?
This Campground North of Twin Falls Won a National Award
Exceptional quality and high customer service scores lands KOA Twin Falls/Jerome Holiday Campground a major award.
9 Best Places to Take a Hike in Twin Falls
Take A Hike Day is November 16th. Why not get out while the weather is so agreeable?
5 Reasons Idaho Should Stick to the Real Stuff for Their Coffee
If you choose to add a milk-type product to your coffee, be advised - don’t use coffee creamer.
First Case of Deadly Disease Confirmed in this National Park
Yellowstone National Park officials and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department have confirmed an adult mule deer buck has died of chronic wasting disease.