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 Harris spoke on Tuesday’s President Trump’s press conference, an event many argue got very contentious between the President and news media members.
As we continue to learn more about the tragic events in Charlottesville, local reaction continues against all listed “hate” groups involved.
Americans are still coming to grips with the tragedy in Charlottesville, where James Fields rammed his car into a crowd of protesters.
Author Jack Sheehan stopped in studio Friday to talk about one of Las Vegas’ most infamous drug kingpins Jimmy Chagra.
The family of murder victim Makayla Rhiner spoke out Wednesday, urging the Las Vegas community to be aware of the signs of domestic violence.
The Department of Homeland Security announced Friday that Clark County is NOT a sanctuary city. That proclamation came along with President Trump’s announcement of the RAISE Act, a bill which allows for merit-based immigration standards to weed out unskilled labor.
In recent weeks, two states have now lowered the “bar” to pass the state bar — California; and now, Nevada. Previously, Nevada was known as one of the toughest states to pass the bar exam until the State Supreme Court lowered the scores to pass.
Wednesday, President Trump along with senators Cotton and Perdue, held a press conference about a newly created bill titled the RAISE Act, which will establish a new merit-based immigration system which will prioritize immigrants based on work skills. Its mission: to ensure low-skilled immigrants don’t enter the U.S. and live off subsidies.
Heidi spoke with filmmaker Fraser Heston, Charlton Heston’s son, about his dad’s legacy and the new Marc Eliot biography “Charlton Heston, The Last Icon.”
Since July 2016, 1.86 million concealed carry permit applications have been submitted, which brings the total of CCW holders to 16.3 million in the U.S. with African-American women leading the charge.