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Kevin Wall hosts KXNT’s Live and Local afternoon show, weekdays 3pm-6pm on 100.5 FM. Kevin provides the Valley a voice on the news and issues that matter most to Las Vegas and Southern Nevada. Tune in and join in the conversation.
Former Metro Police Jimmy Dillon joins Kevin in studio to talk about the Sunday’s tragedy. Review Journal Columnist Glenn Cook weighs in as well.
Economist Peter Morici joins the show to talk about the job numbers and whether or not the country really has fully recovered from the recession. State Senator Mark Hutchison is in studio to talk about his race with Sue Lowden. Finally, Cresent Hardy candidate for Congress in District 4.
Attorney Marc Saggese joins the show to give us the legal analysis on the man who shot another man through his front door because he was banging on it late at night. Sylvia Longmire, contributing editor with Breitbart talks about the recent story about San Diego Border Patrol releasing 500 illegal aliens per day. Niger Innis, Candidate for Congress in District 4 comes in studio to talk about the campaign.
LVRJ Colmunist Howard Stutz talks about the latest on the Downtown Vegas strike threats. Scott Lafata, Political Director for the Libertarian Party in Nevada tells us more about “The Political Party.” Kevin and callers discuss more on Bowe Bergdahl.
Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Coffin talks about medical marijuana in Las Vegas. He fills us in on all that’s going on in city council and where it all stands. Kevin and callers discuss whether Bowe Bergdahl is a hero or a traitor.
Amy Tarkanian, Host of Channel 3’s “What’s Your Point,” gives us her take on the illicit recording of County Commissioner Tom Collins and Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura. It’s Friday, so Ron Futrell is in the house to talk about the recording, the sale of the Clippers, and more.
Bethany Khan from Culinary 226 and LVRJ Columnist Howard Stutz talk about the likelihood of a Culinary strike starting this Sunday. Danny Tarkanian makes his weekly appearance in studio with Kevin to talk Culinary, Snowden, and more.
Randy Sutton, former Metro police lieutenant, talks about the job the police in UCSB did on their visit with Elliot Rodger before the massacre. Diana Orrock and Brett Pojunis joins the show to talk about the upcoming “Political Party” at Bellagio. Attorney Bob Massi fills us in the latest legal details in the Donald Sterling saga.
Kevin and callers discuss the shooting at UC Santa Barbara on Friday and what may have caused massacre. Was it Congress for not passing comprehensive gun reform, mental health system failings, or something else? President Obama says it’s time to turn the page on the culture of war in the Middle East, Kevin and callers discuss.
Ron Futrell makes his weekly Friday appearance to talk V.A., Donald Sterling, and Mark Cuban. Kendall Tenney, 10e Media, joins the show to talk about Mark Cuban’s comments and how they’ll affect him moving forward.