Year In Review

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Here it is! Tucked between listicles of the best Netflix series to binge and favorite books of the year is your public radio station’s top 10 web stories of 2019. But unlike many of those other lists, this one isn’t voted on or judged in any way — it’s purely based on the numbers. Your numbers, in fact. We’re talking about news stories from this year that got the most eyeballs on them.

Jeremy Bishop

When it comes to news content, local coverage and community engagement, 2018 was a monumental year for us here at Boise State Public Radio. Here's a quick rundown of all the new projects and initiatives we kicked off during this trip around the sun.

Today Show

For better or worse, 2017 has been a monumental year. By now you've probably seen the commercials putting this year to rest--but not yet! We want to spend the final days of 2017 reminiscing on some of the stories that went viral here on the home front.

USGS

2016: For better or for worse? Depends on who you ask. Regardless of opinions, here's a fact: 2017 is just around the corner. And, as always, it's hard not to get excited about a new year full of potential and unknowns.

Idaho Fish and Game

With 2016 just around the corner, it's hard not to get excited about what's to come in the New Year. Our collaborative Speaking of Serial podcast with the Idaho Statesman is taking off, NPR Music's Tiny Desk Contest is slated for next month, not to mention the 2016 presidential election.

Gay marriage, couples, lawsuit
Adam Cotterell / Boise State Public Radio

If there's one thing Idaho is never short on, it's a good story. In 2014, the KBSX newsroom produced unique, enterprising content that's worth a second look.

Perhaps you didn't catch these stories the first time around, or like us, maybe one of them has really stuck in your memory.

Each person in the KBSX newsroom submitted these stories that, to us, stood out in our 2014 coverage.

Enjoy!

"Road To Red" Series

Henry's Fork, Island Park, scenic, Idaho
Emilie Ritter Saunders / Boise State Public Radio

Over the last year, we've covered a wide range of stories on the radio and online. From controversial -- like guns on campus -- to changing policy, like the striking down of Idaho's gay marriage ban.

But we've also explored unique cultural stories that are often on the lighter side.