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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.
Kevin takes calls on topics such as the government shutdown, SNAP cards, and more.
Should we throw all 535 members of Congress out? Kevin discuses this with callers.
The Wall to Wall Town Hall from Jalisco Cantina on Sunset and Durango. The topic for this month’s Town Hall is the Affordable Care Act.
Congressmen Joe Heck talks about the government shutdown. Heck says he expects resolution soon.
Larry Harrison, Employee Benefits Specialist with National Healthcare Access joins the show to talk about ObamaCare fraud.
Mel Goodwin, Program Director of the Center: Serving the LBGTQ Community of Nevada gives her opinion on whether transgender athletes should be allowed to participate in high school athletics.
Rick Krause, Vice President of Employee Benefits for Las Vegas Insurance Broker Kaercher Campbell and Associates gives us more information on the pricing structures of the Affordable Care Act.
National Correspondent for CBS News Dan Raviv joins the show live from D.C. to give the most up to date information on the woman who rammed her vehicle into the White House gate.
As part of KXNT’s Las Vegas Night Out giveaway Angel Porrino and Melody Sweets joined Kevin Wall in studio for an unforgettable interview. Kevin’s producers put together a special highlight montage of the visit.
Sue Lowden is in studio to discuss her decision to run for Lt. Governor in Nevada. Lowden says if she wins she’ll make the part time position her full time job.