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When four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death in their off-campus house on King Road, the media descended on the tiny town of Moscow, Idaho. ABC News Correspondent Kayna Whitworth brings listeners behind the scenes as she investigates the savage murders that captivated and horrified the nation in the winter of 2022. The King Road Killings, an immersive, reported series from ABC Audio, follows the case against Bryan Kohberger, the criminology PhD student charged with the murder ...
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Idaho Reports

Idaho Public Television

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The longest-running public policy show in the West, Idaho Reports turns a spotlight on the statehouse during the legislative session. Dedicated to political analysis and in-depth reporting from around the state. Subscribe for regular episodes and bonus content on the important issues affecting all Idahoans. © Idaho Public Television | Idaho State Board of Education, an agency of the State of Idaho
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The Idaho Podcast

Danny Ventura

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Let's talk everything Idaho: LIVE to your fullest. WORK to your finest. PLAY to your greatest. Join us on The Idaho Podcast as we explore the unique people, diverse culture, and fascinating stories of Idaho. Get ready for captivating conversations, insightful interviews, and exciting adventures that will keep you coming back for more. Whether you're a local or just curious about what the Gem state offers, we've got something for everyone. Tune in and discover the best of Idaho!
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The Idaho Massacre

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On November 13, 2022, four students from the University of Idaho are brutally stabbed to death in an off-campus house. After a lengthy investigation and cross-country manhunt, a Ph.D. student from a neighboring university is charged with the crimes. As it turns out, the 28-year-old was majoring in criminology, studying the behavior of killers like the ones he would later be accused of becoming. Did he use his skills to become a real-life Dexter? Were the Idaho victims his first, or was a ser ...
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Idaho Matters

Boise State Public Radio

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Idaho Matters is a wonderful way to stay up to date, meet people and understand there's much more to this great state. Hosted by Gemma Gaudette on Boise State Public Radio News, it features arts and politics, growth and education, and the interesting stories that make Idaho unique. Send us your questions, comments or story ideas by emailing idahomatters@boisestate.edu or sending us a voicemail using the "Talk To Us" feature on the free Boise State Public Radio app.
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Get ready for a true-crime podcast that will leave you questioning everything with its relentless focus on the capture and prosecution of Bryan Kohbeger - the man accused of committing a quadruple homicide in Moscow, Idaho, involving the brutal murder of four innocent college students he allegedly didn't even know. We'll leave no stone unturned as we explore the dark depths of Kohbeger's mind, asking the most haunting question of all - what drove him to commit such a heinous act? With every ...
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Join us at Fairfield Community Church each Sunday! These podcasts are messages from our Pastor and other ministry leaders who share the gospel from the heart in a way that is both down-to-earth and challenging. We hope this podcast will be a blessing to you! For more information, visit us online at idahofcc.com.
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The Nature of Idaho

KISU-FM

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SUBSCRIBE TO - The Nature of Idaho PODCAST (click on the link below to view NoID subscription pages)Search for "The Nature of Idaho" in iTunes or SpotifyThe half-hour program features Peter Pruett, Zoo Idaho Superintendent, and Dr. Leif Tapanila, Director of the Idaho Museum of Natural History, highlighting how the Gem State’s wild places have shaped Idaho’s past, present and future. The show features segments on nature news and a fun fact.“Idaho has so much to offer in terms of varied lands ...
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Finding Idaho Podcast

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Finding Idaho Podcast is a division of Realty ONE Group Professionals in Boise Idaho where we cover the Greater Boise Area’s real estate market, promote small businesses and share about Idaho life in general.
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We bring you a monthly conversation with a leader who has an impact on growth - or a thought-leader in the state. From the governor to developers and more - BoiseDev FIRST brings you engaging Deep Dive conversations you won't find anywhere else Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boisedev/support
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Idaho Speaks

Ed Bejarana

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A content platform to support conservative issues in Idaho (candidates, issues, and topics that might otherwise be restricted by the social media platforms or ignored by the local and statewide media outlets.)
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Afterglow; UnVEILING The Idaho Cult Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell's story, is a true crime story like no other. Lori Vallow is a mother of 3. Some would call her a "monster" instead of a mother. Her children went missing in the fall of 2019. As things unfolded there were also, 2 dead spouses who both died untimely deaths. Lori Vallow Daybell has delusions of being a God and having lived on many planets. As the story continued more and more bizarre events took place. This story is complicated ...
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Go Idaho Podcast

Go Idaho

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Idaho is one of the greatest places to live, visit and have adventures in! Join Greg and Ken as they discuss Idaho lifestyle, food, real estate, adventure spots and more. You will also hear interviews & stories from some of the most intriguing people in Idaho. So if you want to learn about EVERTYHING IDAHO, then come along for a ride.
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The Voices of Idaho

Wassmuth Center

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The Voices of Idaho Podcast is produced by the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights. It's intended to serve as a tool for understanding the spiral of injustice and how to interrupt it.
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Idaho Cutthroat Business

Boise Metro Chamber

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Conversations with Idaho's business leaders and policy makers. Produced by the Boise Metro Chamber. Music provided by Boise's own, Right Shoes. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/boisechamber/support
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Wild Idaho! Podcast

Idaho Conservation League

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The Wild Idaho! Podcast tells the stories behind the work the Idaho Conservation League does to protect the air you breathe, the water you drink and the land you love. For more information check us out at: http://www.idahoconservation.org
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Pod Help Idaho

IDAPOD

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Pod Help Idaho. A podcast about Idaho and Idaho politics. The podcast is focused on the people who work in and fill the political space, that includes the politicians, the activists, and the voters. This is a podcast about political engagement here in Idaho. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/podhelpidaho/support
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Wanna Know Idaho

Boise State Public Radio

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Wanna Know Idaho is a listener-generated podcast from Boise State Public Radio that is driven by YOU! No matter how quirky or serious your question might be, we want to know: What sparks your curiosity about the Gem State, Idaho culture or the people who call it home? Click here to join this curious collective by sharing your question.
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True Idaho News

True Idaho News

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True Idaho News was founded to counter the massive amount of spin and false information published by “mainstream” media, as well as expose corruption wherever it is found. We believe in the Journalist’s Creed and will boldly expose facts so that government, its agencies, and our representatives can be held accountable. Our agenda is one of truth.
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Just a kid from Idaho living the dream, loving life, my wife and all turmoil and strife with my strong, opinionated mind. Topics include life, sports, faith-based principles, and we might have a guest or two to bring in some opinions.
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Global Idaho Podcast Season 1: DACA in Southeastern Idaho

History Graduate Students at ISU

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In the Global Idaho Podcast, students interview DACA recipients, and other community members to study DREAMers in Southeast Idaho, in order to 1) understand DACA and its political, social, and economic significance and 2) increase awareness about immigration and immigration reform in our community. Contact: histdept@isu.edu
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Idaho Public Land Summit

Idaho Public Land Summit

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Idaho Public Land Summit is represented by advocates for the protection and preservation of public lands in Idaho and in the West with the objective to highlight the recreational, economic, scientific and cultural benefits to all citizens who access the public lands.
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It Ends In Idaho

Kayla Waters

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As the Lori Daybell trial is underway, we will recap each day of trial here. Host Kayla Waters lives in southeastern Idaho where Tylee Ryan & JJ Vallow’s bodies were found on Chad Daybell’s property. This same property is where Tammy Daybell was killed. Lori Daybell, also known as Lori Vallow, is charged with 2 counts of 1st degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder for the deaths of her children. A 3rd count of conspiracy to commit murder is for the death of of Tammy Daybell. Lori has a ...
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The revenue that the Idaho Supreme Court generates from court fees has been in decline over the past several years. But at the same time, the costs to run its technology systems have increased. Sara Omundson, administrative director of courts, sat down with Logan Finney on Thursday to discuss the cybersecurity threats facing the state court system,…
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The Idaho State Capitol in Boise, Idaho.(Keith Ridler / AP) A look ahead at the Idaho GOP's presidential caucus, the Pocatello community is coming together to support a local veteran, lawmakers are working to restructure the ACHD, western voters are in favor of conservation and an update on University of Idaho's Phoenix purchase with response from …
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A pivotal hearing on Wednesday in the murder trial of Bryan Kohberger, the man accused of killing four University of Idaho students in November 2022, delved into the realm of investigative genetic genealogy (IGG) evidence, an aspect the defense deems crucial in its strategy. In a motion filed earlier in February, defense attorney Anne C. Taylor emp…
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Hey Kids, This week’s show is a replay of the very first Recovery Radio show Denise and I recorded back in December 2017 when Denise had me tell my story of experience, strength, and hope. CAUTION: MAY CONTAIN TRUTH AND REAL EVENTS. NO NAMES HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO PROTECT INNOCENT PEOPLE I HAVE MESSED WITH. Cheers! Radio Johnny Recovery Radio is orig…
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Welcome to Grace Community Church on demand, the weekly podcast from the Sunday services at Grace Community Church in Rupert, Idaho. At Grace we believe in building the Kingdom of God one person at a time. We are passionate about loving God, loving people, and following Jesus. Visit www.graceid.org to get involved. Join us on Facebook live Sundays …
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From the US Air Force to becoming a force in the mortgage industry, Kim Demma is certainly someone you want to have on your side. She shares her personal Idaho story along with some important mortgage insights for new home buyers and those considering home loans or refinancing. Kim's heartwarming philosophy of "Love, Serve, Care," along with her co…
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On Wednesday, the Idaho Department of Correction called off the execution of Thomas Creech, after nearly an hour of attempting to establish an IV line to administer the necessary lethal injection chemicals. Lead producer and host Melissa Davlin spoke the next day with media witnesses Scott McIntosh of the Idaho Statesman and Roland Beres of KIVI Ch…
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The Idaho Department of Correction halted the execution of Thomas Creech after failing to set an IV line. Witnesses Scott McIntosh of the Idaho Statesman and Roland Beres of KIVI share what they saw. Administrative director of courts Sara Omundson discusses cybersecurity funding. Kevin Richert of Idaho Education News brings us the latest reactions …
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Jason Reeder, a BYU-Idaho alumnus, reflects on his transformative journey from student to faculty member, and now serving as the chair of the Communication Department. Through his mantra of high expectations coupled with high love, Reeder inspires students to achieve success while nurturing their spiritual growth within the unique environment of BY…
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A look into leap day deals at local businesses and chains, Breanna Latouche has the story on the Rexburg Tabernacle Orchestra performance that's coming up, and the numbers for the 2023 Giving Machine campaign of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are in.BYU-Idaho Radio
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SOMA Jiu-Jitsu Academy, led by James Emfield, is set for its grand opening on Friday at a new location in Rexburg. Emphasizing the gentle art's role in personal growth and family bonding, the academy offers more than just martial arts training, aiming to instill moral values in its students.Photo Credit: Jessica MurrayCheck out the article here! ht…
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On Wednesday, the Idaho Department of Correction called off the execution of Thomas Creech, after nearly an hour of attempting to establish an IV line to administer the necessary lethal injection chemicals. According to IDOC director Josh Tewalt, the medical team tried to set up an IV line in eight different locations on Creech’s body, including hi…
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BYU-Idaho President Alvin F Meredith III has stated that help for academic learning is available if needed. Student reporter Cody Miller reports a feature story about how the BYU-Idaho Math Study Center can help anyone with math difficulties.BYU-Idaho Radio
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The execution of Thomas Creech, Idaho's longest-serving inmate on death row, was canceled on Wednesday after officials were unable to establish an IV line to inject the chemicals that would end his life. It was a dramatic scene as reporters and officials watched medical technicians try eight separate times to find a vein in the arms and legs of the…
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Earlier this month, 700 scientists and experts gathered in Guatemala to talk about volcanoes. It was the 12th version of the Cities on Volcanoes Conference, and this one had several firsts. It was held for the first time in Central America, and it was the first time it was fully bilingual. For Jeff Johnson, this conference was four years in the mak…
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( Jessica Harrold) This is year four for the Treasure Valley Pollinator Project, the brainchild of the Ada Soil and Water Conservation District. Their goal is to increase pollinator habitat and the number of pollinators in the Treasure Valley by having people plant flowers and learn how to be better stewards of our environment. This year’s focus is…
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This week on BYU-Idaho Radio’s the Spot, Christian Nelson and Brianna Leal talk about emergency preparation along with special guest Byron Gilbert, an environment, health and safety coordinator at BYU-Idaho. They talk about the many resources available both on and off campus to students. Learn how you can become prepared for the next emergency you …
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Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about two apostles for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and their ministry in Africa recently, BYU-Idaho's weekly devotional address recap, and what bill Idaho House just passed.BYU-Idaho Radio
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Welcome to Grace Community Church on demand, the weekly podcast from the Sunday services at Grace Community Church in Rupert, Idaho. At Grace we believe in building the Kingdom of God one person at a time. We are passionate about loving God, loving people, and following Jesus. Visit www.graceid.org to get involved. Join us on Facebook live Sundays …
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The execution of serial killer Thomas Eugene Creech did not go according to plan, the Idaho House passed a bill to criminalize sharing sexually explicit AI images of real people, and the Idaho Falls Zoo is accepting applications for its Junior Zoo Crew.BYU-Idaho Radio
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Associate producer Logan Finney sat down this week with Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Debbie Critchfield to discuss the status of the education budget, as well as policy bills on libraries and bullying.Idaho Public Television
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Bryan Kohberger, the individual charged with the heinous killings of four University of Idaho students in November 2022, is scheduled for a court appearance on Wednesday for a hearing on motions. This public hearing follows the defense team's formal request to change the trial location. Additionally, the session will address procedural scheduling m…
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Kelly Broody uses political campaign signs to build cat shelters. Since 2022, he has built around three dozen shelters to house Idaho’s feral cats in the winter. Broody is a director on the board of the Bingham County Humane Society and is actively involved in animal advocacy.BYU-Idaho Radio
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The BIG Idea Competition is coming back to Rexburg with the help of the City of Rexburg Economic Development Department and Madison Economic Partner, Inc (MEPI). Aaron Denney, the economic development assistant for the city of Rexburg Economic Development Department says the competition is a platform for young entrepreneurs to share a 90-second pit…
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(iStockphoto.com) Nearly four years ago, the Doctors Roundtable was created to help keep people up-to-date on the latest COVID-19 news. Since then, however, the Roundtable has expanded, covering everything from dengue fever to monkey pox to polio. Despite the addition of these new topics though, Dr. David Pate has continued to stay well informed on…
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University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene doctoral student and Project Evergreen principal researcher Garrett Wells will build and test an automated weed detection and eradication system for U.S. Forest Service’s tree nurseries. The device, known as Amiga, will begin field tests in summer 2024.(University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene) Anyone who has ever weeded …
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( Flatiron Books) Brilliant, haunting, devastating — these are just some of the adjectives being used to describe the new book “Four Treasures of the Sky” by Jenny Tinghue Zhang. She’s a Chinese-American writer, and this is her first novel. The book is about a Chinese girl who is kidnapped and smuggled to America, traveling from a San Francisco bro…
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Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about a BYU-Idaho student and his own foundation that helped bring a school to his home country, a country singer coming to Eastern Idaho this summer and, a new bill in Wyoming that in order to vote, you need to be a Wyoming resident for at least 30 days.…
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Anna Taylor gives her devotional address titled, “Finding Peace and Strength through the Atonement of Jesus Christ” given on Thursday, February 27, 2024.Check out the article here! https://www.byui.edu/radio/devotional/byu-idaho-devotional-speaker-shares-her-testimony-of-the-atonement-of-jesus-christ…
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Large trees in their fall colors create a tunnel over historic Harrison Boulevard in Boise's North End neighborhood.(Talo Pinto / Flickr) For several years now, housing has been listed as a top priority issue in Idaho. And as the state's population continues to grow, the problem isn't getting any smaller. When it comes to addressing the housing cri…
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( Berkley) Readers fell in love with author Nikki Payne's debut novel, "Pride and Protest," a retelling of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice." It got all kinds of buzz, from Ebony Magazine to Oprah Daily. Now Payne is back with her latest novel, "Sex, Lies and Sensibility," a modern re-working of Austen's "Sense and Sensibility." She joined Idaho …
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( Cora Lee Oxley) How do you preserve the music history of a city? Or a state? Where do you start such a project? Those were the questions for Cora Lee Oxley, a Boise State University senior studying humanities and cultural studies. She wanted to help preserve Idaho's music history, and decided to use the Record Exchange as a starting point. Oxley …
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Anna Taylor is the Online Employment and Scheduling Director here at BYU-Idaho and is today’s devotional speaker. In this interview, Sister Taylor dives into the inspiration behind the topic of her devotional address and shares stories of how she has applied the principles from her address into her own life.Check out the article here! https://www.b…
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Two people are in jail after a two-hour stand off with Idaho Falls Police, Kaelin Willa has the story on a local man who found a unique way to help cats, and the city of Pocatello will host a town hall meeting to discuss the city's rebranding campaign.BYU-Idaho Radio
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