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Joe Gillespie

joeg Joe GillespieJoe Gillespie News Director of  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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(Courtesy Clark County)

Groundbreaking For Aquatic Center

(Summerlin) Ground is broken for a large indoor pool complex on the west side of the valley.


(Las Vegas Fire and Rescue)

Duplex Fire Maryland Parkway

(Las Vegas, NV) — A fire in a duplex at 330 S Maryland Parkway on Tuesday afternoon.


(CBS Las Vegas)

Arena Update

(Las Vegas, NV) — Dayna and Carlos salute the progress being made on the MGM AEG arena being built New York, New York.


Shooting at M Resort, Sunday, April 5, 2015. photo courtesy ktnv

Suicide At M Resort Buffet

Holiday diners run for cover


(CBS Las Vegas , Gillespie)

Windy Days

(Las Vegas, NV) Winds bend tree branches in southern Nevada.


metro police photos / kxnt illustration

No Death Penalty In Meyers Murder Case

(Las Vegas, NV) Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson announcing that he will not seek the death penalty in the case against Erich Nowsch and Derrick Andrews.


(CBS Las Vegas Gillespie)

Some Flying History Pays A Visit

(Henderson, NV) — The lastest B-29 still flying is on display this week at the Henderson Executive Airport.


(CBS Las Vegas Gillespie)

Feel The Spirit

(Las Vegas, NV) — It’s easy to feel school pride this time of year.


(CBS Las Vegas, Gillespie)

Pushing Drivers And Pedestrians To Be Safe

(Las Vegas, NV) — Las Vegas Metro patrol and traffic officers spending part of Friday afternoon focusing on traffic safety on Maryland Parkway.


(CBS Las Vegas, Gillespie)

New Metro Comms

(Las Vegas, NV) — Metro has a new communication system, and they say it’s working just fine.