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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Officer Involved Shooting In Northeast Valley

Traffic stop leads to gunfire; suspect in custody with bites from police dog


(photo: Tate South/KXNT/CBS Las Vegas)

May Traffic Up At McCarran

Overall bump relatively small, led by bigger gains in international flights


Traffic slowly moves out of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway following the Monday morning wrap-up to the 2014 Electric Daisy Carnival. KXNT photo.

The Long Crawl Home

Electric Daisy Carnival wraps up at sunrise Monday morning


photo courtesy KTNV-TV

Vigil For Young Fire Victims

Hundreds gather to remember 4-year-old boy, 2-year-old girl


Jerry Tarkanian file photo by Ethan Miller / Getty Images

LV Honors Tarkanian

Hall Of Fame former UNLV basketball coach “Senior Of The Quarter”


kxnt file photo

Sandoval Encourages Summer Reading

Governor and State School Superintendent launch “Find A Book Nevada” program


photo courtesy North Las Vegas Fire Dept

3-Alarm Fire At North Las Vegas Recycling Plant

100 firefighters from 3 departments; no injuries


(Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

State Unemployment Down .5% From March To April

Biggest monthly drop in Nevada in more than 30 years


Mark Hutchison, Sue Lowden (kxnt photo illustration)

GOP Lt. Gov. Candidates Debate

Mark Hutchison, Sue Lowden trade barbs over Obamacare, campaign finances


Clark County Fire Dept photos / kxnt photo illustration

Everything “Ducky” After Animal Rescue

Firefighters save duckling from storm drain