Hello and thank you for wanting to learn more about me! I'm Kevin Miller, the host of KIDO’s “Kevin Miller in the Morning” show every weekday from 5 - 9 a.m. I love talking with our community about breaking news, causes near and dear to our hearts, and of course sports and politics. When you don't find me blogging about our town, you can find me checking out local conferences, hanging out at the gym, or participating in charity drives throughout the community.
Dee Sarton: 40 Years of Service
Dee stayed here, building a family, nurturing the next generations of Idaho Broadcasters, and helping nonprofits get their much needed messages on the air.
Where You Can Buy A CBD Burger for $4.20 on 4/20
The "Rocky Mountain High" burger will feature two beef patties, pepper-jack cheese, pickled jalapenos, waffle fries and about 5 milligrams of CBD extract mixed into their Santa Fe sauce.
No More Vaping In Boise Parks!
Money from massive tobacco settlements have been used to fund the anti-smoking message on digital, print, broadcast and other media outlets.
Cannabis Promoters Surround Treasure Valley This Weekend!
The Idaho Legislature considering a bill that would legalize hemp, but the two houses couldn't come up with an agreement before the session expired.
A Wild, Wild, Night at A Walmart
Wal Mart shoppers have been the subject of popular YouTube Videos and InstaGram photos along with Facebook groups dedicated to the strange behavior of some Wal Mart shoppers.
Movement Towards Legalization of Marijuana Begins In Idaho
Published reports indicated that neighboring states, such as Oregon, have noticed that there is too much legal pot.
Utah Cousins Want To Marry Each Other
No word on whether or not the conservative Utah Legislature will consider revising the marriage laws. Recently the legislature voted to repeal the law making it illegal to have sex outside of marriage.
Wicked Has Arrived At The Morrison Center [VIDEO]
Yes, you'll see flying monkey and witches flying on their brooms at the Morrison Center.
New Study: Diet Soda May Lead To Increased Risk of Stroke
The study says that women that are obese and have no history of heart disease have the highest risk.
‘Hot Dog Bill’ Goes to the House Floor for Approval
Currently their is not protection for first responders who save animals by rescuing them from cars. They can be prosecuted by local law enforcement officials for doing their jobs.