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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Can’t we just get along ? Are the divisions too deep for our Senators and Representatives to make adult compromises.
This week’s Joe’s Journal with Joe Gillespie, host of the KXNT Morning News. Joe says you have to pray, that despite all of the political haggling, now that Obamacare is being implemented, there are positive [...]
Joe takes a look at a good happy story with the arrival of the Royal Baby. AP reports that Royal officials say Britain’s new prince has been named George Alexander Louis. Palace officials said Wednesday that the [...]
If you’re wondering what I drink to get my day started, it’s a cup of java from McDonalds. McDonald’s now has premium roast coffee for only one dollar. That’s any size coffee for just $1 all day, everyday.
With the Zimmerman verdict a major topic in America, Joe looks back at a friend he shared discussions with and one was never about race.
Man’s best friends don’t fancy fire works. Pets face a risk of injury because of their own fears. Noise phobia can cause pets to run away, or even end up hit-by-car.
Triple digits days are here and that means dangerous days for the family pet.
Chef Wolfgang Puck is celebrating his 20th anniversary in Las Vegas with a one-night food event on Wednesday at Spago.
New Clark County District Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky is determined to work out of the office.
The President of the Clark County Education Association says Clark County School Trustees need to keep the search for a new Clark County School Superintendent local.