Hello, my name is Benito Baeza the news director for News Radio 1310 KLIX-AM. I have been in the broadcast business since 2003 and I’ve been with Townsquare Media since 2012. I got my start at a public radio station near my hometown in New Mexico and my passion for radio grew from there. During my years as a broadcaster I worked for several radio stations and then got roped into doing TV news for about five years. Eventually I came back to where I truly belong, behind a radio microphone. I’ve lived in southern Idaho for more than a decade and don’t regret it one bit. I love being able to drive just ten minutes out of town and be in a semi-remote area or down in a beautiful canyon. Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-737-6012.
Search for Missing Utah Hiker Ongoing North of Ketchum
Search and rescue crews are looking for a missing hiker out of Utah in an area north of Ketchum
Idaho Power Recently Stocked the Snake River with Thousands of Trout
More than 78,000 rainbow trout will be swimming in the Snake River by November in southern Idaho when Idaho Power finishes stalking the waterway.
Two Magic Valley Teens Charged With Attempting to Start a Riot and Terrorism
Magic Valley law enforcement arrested two juveniles on Monday for a social media post that allegedly called for rioting in the heart of Jerome
Idaho To Move to Stage-2 Of Reopening Saturday
Idaho will move on to Stage-2 of the governor's reopening plan on Saturday as the state has met the requirements of fewer cases of COVID-19 in intensive care and on respirators.
$10k Grants Available to Idaho Small Businesses
Idaho small businesses will be able to apply for up to $10,000 grants to help them get back up and running because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Idaho Senators Say Dairymen Need Help Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Idaho's senators are calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to step in and help the dairy industry that has been impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Nearly $20 Million Headed to S. Idaho Airports in COVID-19 Aid
Close to $20 million is headed to southern Idaho airports to help their operations during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Gas Prices Fall at Pump Amid Low Demand Caused by COVID-19
The national average price for a gallon of gas fell bellow $2 a week ago and continued to drop this week as demand for fuel declines because so many Americans are under stay-at-home orders.
Idaho Recreational Vehicle Registration to Be Halted for New Online System
The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is transitioning to a new online system to register recreational vehicles in the state which will temporarily halt the process, but owners will have some leeway in the meantime.
Idaho Education Board to Consider Extended Soft-Closure for Schools
Today the state board of education will consider a number of issues in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic in Idaho, including the extension of the "soft closure" of schools.