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.
New Jersey college professor Lisa Durden has been fired after her comments made while appearing on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Show. Durden’s comments included saying “you white people” and “white privilege card” when defending a Black Lives Matter event that would only allow black people into the event.
Heidi also mentioned how the firing is not based on the racial aspect but rather that when you are part of an organization they have the right to fire you at any time, especially in matters when you bring attention to the organization.
After the Bill Cosby trial ended in a mistrial, Cosby said he plans to talk to young men and women about sexual assault in a series of town halls.
The LGBT community is in an uproar for a recent event that praised fathers for being in the home and for celebrating men for choosing fatherhood.
Heidi gave her take on the hypocrisy from the LGBT community about having to be accepting of their lifestyle choices but they cannot be accepting of the majority.
With a lack of interest in officiating youth sports on the rise, is the involvement of parents to blame?
Thomas Homan, acting director at ICE, has stated that if you are here in the U.S. illegally, you should be looking over your shoulder — and be concerned that you will be returned to your country of origin.
Local parents are upset that some valedictorians at Valley High School were not allowed to wear the special sash that traditionally goes with their cap and gown.
Drifter Fred Steese was convicted in 1994 for a murder he did not commit and spent 18 years in a Nevada prison. Gerard Soules, trapeze artist-turned-poodle trainer was murdered at a trailer park in 1992 near Blue Diamond Rd.
A Facebook post has Cafe Rio in some hot water with local patrons after one of its employees denied service to two uniformed Las Vegas Metro Police officers.
Former Las Vegas mobster Frank Cullotta joined Heidi Harris to talk about his new book “The Rise And Fall Of A ‘Casino’ Mobster: The Tony Spilotro Story Through a Hitman’s Eyes.”
New details have emerged in where a 24-year-old CCSD bus driver was found to be having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old CCSD Student. It was found that the two were exchanging sexually explicit photos and videos in addition to having multiple sexual encounters in parking lots.