Nikki grew up in Tucson with four sisters, a love for lightning storms, exploring the outdoors, and all types of music. At 21, Nikki set out for adventure and ended up in Anchorage, Alaska. It was a beautiful crazy journey and where she got her start in radio, eventually landing in Portland, Oregon. She hosted mornings on Live 95.5 for several years, becoming very involved in the community and volunteering with several organizations. Nikki also spent a few years as a Media Executive for a group of 7 radio stations. She loves partnering with clients to create solutions and generate desired results. During her years on Live, Nikki welcomed her incredible little boy Titus, into the world. This little guy's first heartbeat played on the air, as did his gender reveal. Ed Sheeran, Pat Monahan, and other musicians touched her belly, hoping it would bring musical talent, we shall see. Now at 6, he occasionally voices commercials with his mama. After visiting, exploring, and connecting with the Treasure Valley, Nikki knew this was where she wanted to be. They have been living and loving it here since March. AFTERNOONS – 3PM-7PM
How Happy is Idaho? Where We Ranked Against U.S.
Idaho would have ranked in the top 3 except the gem state's emotional and physical well-being dropped the overall score.
How Well Do You REALLY Know Idaho?
You may be from Idaho and feel like you know a lot about the gem state. But how much do you really know? Test your knowledge with things specific to Idaho.
Super Strange Food Laws From Idaho, UT, OR, MT, CA, WA
If you are a man in Idaho who has ever given a woman chocolates for Valentines day, you sir, have most likely broken the law. See more below.
Massive Luxury Apartment Building Broke Ground Along Warm Springs
254 luxury apartment units are getting ready to go up at The Timbers at Harris Ranch. Crews just broke ground this week.
Boise’s Famous Historic Lion House for Sale for $2.7M, See Photos
A family who left San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake built the home in 1911 and they built it to last. Today the home is on the National Register of Historic Places. The home was constructed with 12 solid inches of concrete from top to bottom.
Lack of Workers in Idaho Forcing Business to Close
It seems like you cant go anywhere in the Treasure Valley, Boise Metro area without seeing a help wanted sign regardless of industry or business type. Multiple places restaurants and others have had to adjust to reduced hours or close completely for days at a time or even permanently because they ca…
Boise’s 25 Highest Paying Jobs With No Degree Needed
College, to go or not to go, that is the question. Teens are bombarded with messaging about college and how essential it is. College is great and can do wonders for students futures, but can you not be successful or make a great living without a college degree? Absolutely. Check out the top 25 payin…
First Ever Bogus Marathon in May Has an Over 4,000 Foot Decent
The views from the race will be incredible. The race page describes it as a "fast and stunningly beautiful course (that) showcases the beauties of Boise, from the panoramic mountain vistas along Bogus Basin Rd. to the lush waters of the Boise River."
Avoid Yellowstone’s ‘Zone of Death’ in Idaho
This is a 50 square mile stretch of Yellowstone National Park that is within the Idaho boarder. This is a legal no-man's land where a legal loophole makes it possible to get away with murder and other serious crimes.
These Larger-Than-Life Milkshakes and Burgers in Meridian Are a Must Try
Sid's Garage opened late last year, and already is making a big impression. The motto is "Leave boring at the door" and my goodness, do they follow that! Sid's proclaims "full throttle comfort food and beverage meets excess." The burgers really are larger than life. Th…