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.
A retired New York City Officer exposes himself to fellow subway riders
Heidi Harris talked about how President Trump will protect religious liberties.
On the Heidi Harris Show, General Patraeus weighs in on the new immigration policies.
Heidi Harris talks about a controversial ad ahead of the 2017 Super Bowl commercials. Budweiser takes their minute ad and addresses immigration in the 1800’s.
Heidi Harris talks with Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske who mentioned that she is willing to investigate and prosecute those involved with voter fraud if it is found to exist.
President Obama has commuted the sentence of Bradley Manning, a topic Ret. Army officer and Fox News analyst Ralph Peters joins Heidi Harris to discuss.
Heidi discusses how the media was responsible for creating that “monster,” now the President-Elect, Donald Trump. During the primary season, “the media” loved the sound bites that then-candidate Trump would provide which only gave ratings to the media outlets and free publicity to candidate Trump, well over $2 million dollars worth.
Retired LVMPD Sgt. Tom Page, based on his years of experience in law enforcement, gave us some great perspective on the case of a local store clerk charged with murder for shooting a masked teen who was stealing from the store.
Heidi Harris talks with Don Turner on the correct ways to purchase or sell firearms before the new law goes in effect in January.
Heidi sits down with Senator Jeff Sessions to talk emails and Trump.