The Las Vegas Morning News
THE LAS VEGAS MORNING NEWS WITH JOE GILLESPIE, DAYNA ROSELLI AND NATHAN TANNENBAUM: This is Las Vegas’ only all-news morning show with comprehensive local, state, national and world news, weekdays from 6am-9am. FM News 100.5 KXNT begins each hour with national and world news from CBS Radio News, local news with Nathan Tannenbaum, newsmaker interviews and discussion with Joe Gillespie and Dayna Roselli, Traffic with Karen Fedel and Weather with Channel 13 Action News Meteorologist Greg Bennett every 10 minutes on the 8’s, Sports with Mark Thomas at :16 and :46, and Business news at :25 and :55. Plus, local reports from the KXNT Morning News Team… Chuck Meyer, Tate South, and Melissa Duran… and national reports from CBS News correspondents. Get your day started with The Las Vegas Morning News, the most comprehensive morning news program in Las Vegas.
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Now that The Linq is open on the east side of the Las Vegas strip, many are waiting for the pedestrian plaza to be complete on the west side of the strip in front of New York New York Hotel Casino.
To commemorate its approaching ninth anniversary later this month, the cast and crew of “Le Rêve – The Dream” took the meaning of “Happy” to a new level.
National and local speakers will be featured at the Green By Southwest Leadership Conference and Expo at Springs Preserve.
Las Vegas native and competitive snowboarder, Amy Purdy, lost both her legs when she was a teenager.
Las Vegas, NV) — How are we doing? The Las Vegas Perspective releases it’s annual market profile and the results are positive.
Actor and comedian Billy Gardell is putting on two shows at the Orleans later this week.
Fremont Street Experience will be holding a job fair to fill more than 140 positions for the upcoming of SlotZilla.
Comedian Jo Koy performs Friday night at Treasure Island. He started his stand up comedy career in Las Vegas in 1994 at a comedy club at MGM Grand.
Impact so severe that moped was stuck to pick-up truck
Claimed son had cancer to raise money when he wasn’t really sick