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Nathan Tannenbaum

Nate has been a popular television and radio personality since arriving from Colorado in 1989. He’s been named Best TV Weathercaster in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” reader’s poll seven times. He is also well-known for his work with community organizations large and small, as well as hundreds of school visits down through the years.

Nate’s now the News Anchor of the Carlos & Dayna show on KXNT from 6am to 9am Monday through Friday, helping southern Nevadans get their day started with up-to-the-minute breaking news, the big stories of the day and Traffic & Weather Together every 10 minutes on the 8s.

You can also see Nate on two local tv stations. He’s a fill-in “on call” weather guy at Fox5. He’s also the host of a few shows on VegasPBS (KLVX Channel 10) “Varsity Quiz,” “The Science Bowl,” and “The Community Billboard.”

You can email Nate at

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Fremont Street Sidewalk Bar Sign Raises More Than Eyebrows

A sidewalk chalkboard sign outside a downtown Las Vegas bar read “I like my beer like I like my violence – domestic.” A social media photo of the sign is quickly spreading, with mostly negative reaction.


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Wind Damage Clean-Up Begins Around Las Vegas

No injuries reported after blustery day


kxnt illustration with crash scene photo by Ethan Miller / Getty Images and suspect photo courtesy ktnv

Dozens More Charges In Strip Crash Rampage

Prosecutors add attempted murder charges for each of those injured in the incident that happened a month ago


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Car Speeds Out Of Bally’s Door

Scene believed to be part of Matt Damon’s next “Bourne” movie


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Sample Ballots Now Available As E-mail

County says printing paper sample ballots is too expensive


screen capture from facebook video courtesy Erin Taylor

Naked Man Caught On Video On LV Freeway

Video taken down at request of brother of person shown


LAS VEGAS, NV - JANUARY 1: This photo shows an aerial view of hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas, NV strip, as fireworks light up the sky 01 January 2001. An estimated 300,000 people watched the fireworks usher in the new millennium. LAS VEGAS NEWS BUREAU (Photo credit should read BRIAN JONES/AFP/Getty Images)

Las Vegas Gears Up For “America’s Party”

More than 330,000 visitors in town to ring in 2016


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Strip Crash Suspect In Court – Briefly

Lawyer asks for, gets 30 day delay


UPDATE: 1 Dead, 7 Critical In Strip Crash

Police say 37 people total were injured as a result of the crash. One woman arrested for allegedly drunk driving. Portion of Strip closed as police investigate.


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2 Fatal Officer Involved Shootings

Unrelated incidents less than 12 hours apart in northeast valley



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