Realities of a Radio CareerHeidi Harris discusses some of the highlights and gripes that she has experienced in working in the radio business and teases the her upcoming book.
Updates on Minneapolis Mall StabbingsWCCO News Reporter Al Shock joined the Heidi Harris Show to discuss the public's reaction to an incident in a Minneapolis mall where a man went around stabbing multiple people.
Guest Neil DeMause from FieldofSchemes.comHeidi Harris welcomed Neil DeMause on her show to discuss Las Vegas's stadium prospects.
Congressman Cresent Hardy on Mental Health BillsAs Cresent Hardy approaches the elections he has begun putting more emphasis on the importance of mental health care in America and what could be changed to better treatment options.
Guest Jim Hartman on Vote No to Question 2Heidi Harris welcomes Jim Hartman to discuss the approaching vote on question 2, the legalization of marijuana in Nevada.
The Pitfalls of Marijuana LegalizationAs Nevada inches closer towards the legalization of marijuana Heidi Harris discusses the negative impacts of the decision.
Twenty Years of Government Lies. Guest: Jack CashillJack Cashill joins the Heidi Harris Show to continue uncovering secrets about the crash of TWA Flight 800 and how the government is still trying to cover up some inside information. Some people claimed to have seen a missile take out the airplane and have openly shared that with media sources, but the FBI has stopped the media from releasing pertinent information.
While Pokemon Trainers Catch 'Em All, Businesses Cash InKevin Richards joined the Heidi Harris Show to discuss the benefits of Pokemon Go from a business perspective. The virtual reality phone application might seem like a trend that will soon fade away, it should be noted that the Pokemon franchise has been going strong since 1998 and the fandom is still growing. Richard went on to explain that the app makes it possible for businesses to set "lures" which create a Pokemon hot-spot, enticing more trainers to frequent the area and possibly purchase something from the business.
Senior Citizen Caught up in Romance ScandalHeidi interviews Bryon Martin who began online dating a woman from London who then claimed that she needed him to take an international flight to pick up legal papers and bring them to her. Eventually Martin agreed to make the trip but he ended up being tricked and the contents of the boxes he was asked to pick up contained 2kg of cocaine.
Retired Metro Sgt. On Training and Car StopsHeidi invites Tom Paige to speak about how the police force could improve on training new employees and revisit previous training strategies. With the recent tension between police officers and the public the police are taking their safety very seriously and making sure that cities are prepared for any possible conflict.
Shooting in Minnesota Causes Commotion Throughout CountryWednesday evening Castile was pulled over by an officer for a traffic stop and Castile informed the officer that he had a CCW and that he had the gun on his person. When asked for identification, Castile reached into his back pocket and the police officer fired five or six shots into his arm, killing Castile.
SNWA Newest "Angel" is an Interesting Guy!Southern Nevada Water Authority started a new ad campaign this summer featuring Joe (J.R.) Gennuso with the slogan "Be an angel. Don't water on Sundays." J.R. is featured standing in a yard donning a leather motorcycle vest and proudly displaying his tattoos. Critics are finding this ad problematic because in 2008 J.R. was found guilty of felony battery and later sentenced three years probation for being involved in a bloody bar brawl.