Molly Wampler

Newsroom Intern

Molly Wampler is a newsroom intern at Boise State Public Radio. Originally from Berkeley, California, she just graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Washington state. There, Molly worked for her university's newspaper but is stoked to try her hand at and learn all there is to learn about radio journalism.

In her free time, Molly loves biking, cooking, and figuring out what she actually likes to do for fun now that weekends aren't monopolized by schoolwork.

Idaho Fish and Game

Idaho Fish and Game’s environmental education program is moving into another busy summer. WILD, which stands for Wildlife in Learning Design, hosts dozens of classes throughout the year for teachers to learn how to incorporate wildlife into their curricula.

Idaho Statesman

As summer temperatures rise, the hot days can be uncomfortable and even dangerous for those experiencing homelessness.



David L. Anderson

Boise biologist David Anderson wants to change the world with tree climbing.


Flickr Creative Commons, Richard Lee

The Idaho Attorney General will be investigating the circumstances of a closed meeting of the Idaho Public Charter School Commission.


Joe Jaszewski, File Photo from the Idaho Statesman

The saying goes: only you can prevent wildfires. But it turns out, a few other methods are also pretty effective in curbing those seasonal menaces.


Molly Wampler, Boise State Public Radio

Last week, the Boise City Council voted to approve a new long-term financial deal with Valley Regional Transit. Starting next year, VRT will get an extra $1.8 million to fund service, maintenance and capital improvements.



Tess Goodwin, Boise State Public Radio

For pyromaniacs and patriots alike, fireworks on the Fourth of July are a long-standing tradition. For some families, though, it’s also about some extra income.


Darin Oswald, Idaho Statesman

This weekend, for the third year in a row, the world’s best skateboarders and BMX bikers will compete at Boise’s Rhodes Skatepark for the X Games Qualifiers. The winners of the “Road to X Games” event this weekend will move on to the Minneapolis X Games next month.


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The City of Twin Falls is joining a national lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, following an overwhelming vote by the city council Monday night.



Flickr Creative Commons, Matt Lavin

For the first time in decades, Idaho Fish and Game is stocking the Big Lost River in Butte and Custer Counties with thousands of rainbow trout.


Flickr Creative Commons, John Tann

West Nile Virus was detected in Canyon County mosquitos this week, for the first time this season.


Sam Swanson

Nearly 200 of the world’s best kayakers will compete this weekend on the North Fork of the Payette River for the annual North Fork Championship. This year, the event is the host of the world championship, which means one athlete will take home a world title by the end of the day Saturday.