CBS LAS VEGAS- Las Vegas headliner Penn Jillette may have lost the title of “Celebrity Apprentice,” but his charity still came up a winner. The illusionist managed to win at least $800,000 for Las Vegas charity Opportunity Village this season. Marty Wood, Director of Marketing for Opportunity Villiage, talks about Penn Jillette winning $800,000 for Opportunity Village on the “Celebrity Apprentice.” The Southern Nevada Red Cross is doing everything they can to help Oklahoma tornado victims. The Las Vegas office is reaching out to its volunteers. Lloyd Ziel is the public information officer with the American Red Cross southern Nevada chapter, and he says they are monitoring social media, and have plenty of volunteers ready if needed. Will you contribute money to charities supporting tornado relief in Oklahoma and other states? Callers tell us if they will donate money to support tornado relief.
Jodi Arias told a jury today that she can contribute to the community if she is allowed to live. She said that she wants to start literacy, recycling and other programs while she is in prison. Jodi Arias addressed the jury in the penalty phase of her trial as they consider whether to sentence her to death or life in prison. Do you think Jodi Arias deserves life in prison or the death penalty? Callers explain if they she deserves the life or death.
The Man About Town Ron Futrell talks about Jodi Arias, Penn Jillete, and other issues going on around the valley.