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Watch Chris Daughtry discuss pro sports alliances, his time as a high school football player and why Lebron James would front his fantasy all-athlete band.
Police in Southern California have arrested a 54-year-old man who they say admitted to killing his roommate a few days earlier in Las Vegas after a dispute over the rent.
North Las Vegas police say a man who was shot and killed after leading officers on a chase on a motorized scooter and on foot displayed a fake handgun on a dark residential street.
The Executive Director of the LIBRE Initiative, Daniel Garza, joins the program to discuss what the Vegas valley can do to further assist the local Hispanic community. NPRI Policy Director Geoff Lawrence talks about cost effective ways to fix Nevada schools.
Sometimes they aren’t just crying wolf.
A big $13.9 million project starts this week on Main Street in downtown Las Vegas. Lanes will be reduced to one in each direction, and major delays should be expected.
President of the Heartland Institute, Joe Bast, joins the show to talk about the 9th International Conference on Climate change here in Vegas and gives some interesting information speaking in favor of the scientific view against climate change. President Obama speaks on immigration.
The popularity of the World Cup in the United States was not a reflection on the countries newfound love for a game they’ve never cared about before, it was a direct representation of how much the people of the United States love cheering for a team that plays for the United States.
Niger Innis, the new Executive Director of TeaParty.net, joins the show to talk about his new job and his future political aspirations. Mark Skousen, Producer of Freedom Fest, The World’s Largest Gathering of Free Minds, gives us more information on the event going on this week at Planet Hollywood. Finally, more calls on the children being kept at processing centers across the country.