Dylan Carder is a native Idahoan who is in his second stint at KIFI Local News 8. Born in Burley and raised in Rupert, the Minico High School graduate first came to KIFI in 2000.
He had just finished two years at Ricks College in the broadcasting program. While at Ricks, he worked as an on-air radio host and sports broadcaster at student station KWBH.
From 2000-2007, he performed a variety of duties ranging from editor, producer, anchor and sports. For the final two years, he was the sports reporter and weekend sports anchor.
From there, Dylan worked out of broadcasting for a time and completed his bachelor’s degree in history from Idaho State University. He then returned to TV briefly as a morning show producer at KIDK TV3 in 2010.
The next phase of Dylan's broadcasting career took him back to radio. He spent a couple of years at Riverbend Communications in Idaho Falls as a program director and on-air anchor and host.
His next adventure took him to Wenatchee, Washington where was program and news director at KPQ radio from 2016-2018. While there he also co-hosted a daily sports talk show and broadcast high school football and basketball games.
Dylan returned to Idaho to become the Sports Director at KIFI from 2018-2021. During this time he had the privilege of covering an Idaho Falls Chukars Pioneer League Championship, Idaho Falls Bandits American Legion World Series Championship and an Idaho State women’s basketball Big Sky Championship.
Currently, he is back into a news role as the Morning and Noon anchor on KIFI Local News 8.
In his spare time, Dylan watches and roots for his favorite sports teams. He loves his ISU Bengals, Jazz, Utes, Seahawks, Mariners, Kraken, Sounders and Storm.
Dylan and his wife Aimee have two kids, a son named Grant and a daughter named Grace. All four of them were born and raised in Idaho.