Heidi is thrilled to be back at KXNT, where she landed her first PAID radio gig in 1999!
Heidi Harris is a Las Vegas native and 17 year talk radio and cable TV veteran. Named
a “2014 Distinguished Woman of Nevada”, her passion is talking about her hometown
and standing up for principle, combined with great storytelling, guests and interaction
with her listeners.
She began her talk radio career in 1998 in Las Vegas, taking open lines calls in the
middle of the night. This year marks her 17th in talk radio, including a stint in Los
Angeles/Riverside California, where she hosted morning drive in two markets
simultaneously. Since 2004, Heidi has appeared as a commentator on Cable News
channels hundreds of times, including Fox News, CNN and MSNBC.
She’s won two Electronic Media Awards, and has been named numerous times by
Talker’s Magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential Talk Hosts in America.
Heidi suggests that it isn’t the schools’ responsibility to feed children — only to educate them.
In light of the Bill O’Reilly departure from Fox News, which he continues to attribute to “left wing forces” trying to bring him down, many people asked, “Why did all these women wait so long to say anything?” I think I have an answer.
In a Heidi Harris Show discussion about a young man denied a lung transplant because he used recreational pot, Heidi delved deeper into the current push to legalize recreational pot use in more U.S. states.
Captain Plummer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Bolden Area Command joined Heidi today in studio to talk about the Bolden Area Command which covers the 89106 zip code and the historic “West Las Vegas”.
Dr. Brian Callister, a professor from the University of Nevada at Reno, joined Heidi today to talk about a bill proposed by the Nevada Assembly that resembles a law in Oregon, providing low cost assisted suicide.
All across America, people are reacting to the U.S. cruise missile strike on a Syrian air base Thursday in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack against civilians.
Retired General Buck Bedard joined the Heidi Harris show and here on this online exclusive, you’ll get to listen to many great experiences that the General had throughout his lengthy career with the Marines.
Trump shouldn’t pick fights with the Freedom Caucus. Conservative icon Richard Viguerie joins Heidi.
Heidi discusses the new sex education curriculum proposed by the Nevada Legislature that will be taught to students without parental approval.
Heidi Harris learned that some senior citizens have supplemented their incomes by selling their prescription pills.