Joe Gillespie hosts the KXNT Morning News, the latest step in a career in broadcast news that has taken him from coast-to-coast. Joe has worked as a radio anchor, TV reporter and News Director from San Diego to New York City. When offered the opportunity to work for CBS Radio in Las Vegas and on their first FM News Station, Joe said, “how could I refuse?”
Joe says the keys to every story are the people involved in them, “Whether it’s the political official or police officer, ultimately they are just folks. People are the story and their stories are fascinating and we’re determined to tell them.” The KXNT Morning News airs weekdays from 6am to 9am.
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(Las Vegas, NV) — Many valley homeowners remain underwater along with millions nationwide.
(Las Vegas, NV) — Want to avoid the screening lines at the airport ? The Transportation Security Agency is making it more convenient for people to take advantage of the TSA Pre✓™ .
(Lake Mead, NV) — National Parks bring lots of visitors, money and jobs to Nevada. A new National Park Service report shows in 2012, 4.8 million visitors spent $194 million dollars and supported 2,194 jobs [...]
Major cuts being proposed to the Defense budget…..it’s being watched closely here in Las Vegas.
(Las Vegas, NV) — Las Vegas based Allegiant is celebrating it’s 15th anniversary. The airline’s first scheduled flight was on February 28, 1999, from Fresno, California to Las Vegas. The one airplane fleet has grown [...]
Las Vegas — Dozens of people with warm hearts with jump into the unheated waters of an outdoor pool at the South Point Casino on Saturday. It’s the annual Las Vegas Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics of Nevada.
(Las Vegas, NV)– Within weeks a new attraction should be operating from the roof of the Rio. It’s the VooDoo Zip Line. J
UNLV president is setting out some big goals.
(Las Vegas, NV) — Don Snyder is now officially on the job as President of the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Snyder will serve until a national search is completed for a permanent president.
Keep the cowboys coming back to Las Vegas.