Live And Local With Kevin Wall
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.
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Former Metro Police Lt. Randy Sutton joins the show to tell us why he is heading down to Ferguson. Also, our man Danny Tarkanian makes his weekly appearance to talk about St. Louis, Adam Laxalt, and more.
Mike Lyons, CBS News Military Expert, joins the program to give us the latest updates on how the U.S. is reacting to the beheading of an American journalist by ISIS. Mike Hammer stops by to give Kevin a hard time for not yet accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge.
CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman gives us the latest on the situation in Ferguson and how Captain Ron Johnson has been handling the riots. Randy Sutton, Former Metro Police Chief Randy Sutton tells us why Ferguson is going to change the way people police forever.
Dr. Rexene Worrell, forensic pathologist, gives us more information about the autopsy results in the Michael Brown case. Glenn Cook from the RJ makes his weekly appearance.
Attorney Marc Saggese gives us the legal background on the release of the policeman’s identity and the video of the “strong-arm” robbery. Mark Shunock stops by to tell us about the latest edition of Monday’s Dark.
Congressman Joe Heck is in studio with Kevin to take questions from callers and weigh in on the situation in Missouri. Jimmy Dillon, Retired Metro Police Captain gives us more on Ferguson.
Niger Innis, Executive Director of TeaParty.net, joins the show to give us more details on the Ferguson, Missouri situation. Dog the Bounty Hunter calls in to give us the latest on his chase of “War Machine.” (Note: Dayna Roselli in studio with Kevin Wall)
Chris Arps, Project 21 National Advisory Council, joins the show to talk about furthering information on the St. Louis riots following the death of Michael Brown. George Wallace and Mike Hammer call in to pay their tributes to Robin Williams.
Radio host Kevin Jackson joins the show to talk about the rioting in St. Louis after police shot an unarmed 18-year-old.
Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak stops by the studio to take questions from callers.
Brian Fisher with the American Family Association talks about the TV show, Black Jesus, which he believes is complete “tripe.” Kevin and callers discuss Black Jesus. Finally, our man about Vegas Ron Futrell makes his weekly appearance (on payday pizza day of course).