KISU Local Features and Interviews

Weekdays from 5am - 9am

KISU staff and volunteers regularly sit down with community and campus groups to talk about events, occurances, and opportunities related to Eastern Idaho. Audio of those conversations will be posted here.

KISU-FM Local News updates are heard live each weekday at the following times:

6:04 am, 6:49 am

7:04 am, 7:49 am

8:04 am, 8:49 am

4:04 pm

5:04 pm

Morning News Hosts: Linda Larsen & Shaela Litzau

Old Town Actors Studios plays "An Act of God"

Jan 24, 2020

Old Town Actor's Studio in Pocatello presents "An Act of God," by David Javerbaum, playing Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays January 24 through February 8.  KISU's McKenzie Young speaks with the show's Director, Sherri Dienstfry-Swanson.

The International Student Association at Idaho State University puts on one of the most popular annual campus events. This year, on February 1st, 55 countries will be represented at International night.

The annual Idaho State University Martin Luther King Jr. march and program will be held on Monday, Jan. 20 beginning at 1 p.m. at Holt Arena and ending at the L.E. and The Stephens Performing Arts Center. This year's celebration will include speaking and an art display by my guest in this interview, Stephen Aifegha.

Max Safety Day hosted by Pebble Creek Ski Patrol

Jan 8, 2020

KISU's McKenzie Young speaks with Waylon Wade, member of Pebble Creek Ski Patrol. Topics include ski patrol roles and duties, safety tips and an invitation to participate in Max Safety Day, January 11 at the ski area.  


What are the benefits of listening to KISU using a smart speaker?

Our KISU guest host, CJ Morrison, speaks with Idaho State University Physician Assistant Studies Program Director, Paula Phelps. Paula was appointed by Governor Little to the Idaho Board of Medicine in 2019.

Bonneville County Master Gardeners program

Dec 12, 2019

Today, about 80% of households in the U.S. participate in some form of gardening and most rely on the internet for help. Although the internet is full of useful information, it can be difficult to discern between good and bad information; even for expert gardeners. The University of Idaho extension not only want to assist you in finding answers to those questions, but it also want to help people grow!

Idaho State University's College of Arts and Letters presents the 7th annual New Year's Eve Gala, a fundraising event for student scholarships. This year's theme is "Mystery, Moonlight, and Murder."

The City of Pocatello Human Relations Advisory Committee is seeking to honor an outstanding local resident for their work in human and civil rights. The group is asking for nominations for its Human and Civil Rights Award.

The nomination form can be found at

The accolade recognizes a citizen who has worked to improve Pocatello in one or more of the following criteria:

- Helped protect and advance human and civil rights of Pocatello residents

- Promoted human rights training and programs