Tiara is the Pet Pick of the Week for 8-18-2017Our Pet Pick is an adorable young Yorkie looking for a forever home.
Melony is the Pet Pick of the Week for 8-11-2017Our Pet Pick is a sweet and adorable Heinz 57 puppy who boasts one hazel eye and one blue eye.
Matthew is the Pet Pick of the Week for 8-4-2017Our Pet Pick is a sweet, tender Pomeranian mix who is good with other dogs.
Alan Stock: The New UNLV Logo: Yay or Nay?UNLV has come up with a new logo to replace the older "Hey, Reb" logo. On the old one, you could make out the "Hey Reb" character. Can you really find the "Hey, Reb" character in this new logo? Really??
Alan Stock: First Time Caller Kimo Questions His PoliticsA man raised in a household of Democrats, Kimo is now questioning his years of social indoctrination...and he wanted to talk with Alan about his political awakening.
Alan Stock Talks the State of Talk Radio with NPRThis is an interview when Alan Stock was on the other side of the microphone, talking about the state of talk radio as it exists today.
Alan Stock: Our 2017 Multicultural Trip to IsraelOur multi-cultural trip to Israel group was made up of eighteen people, all either listeners to my radio show or relatives of those listeners.
AUDIO: Hear the Henderson Mayoral Town Hall MeetingKXNT's Alan Stock and Emerald Island Casino owner/operator Tim Brooks had the chance to sit down with 5 of the 7 declared candidates running for mayor in Henderson.
7 Candidates For Henderson Mayor Debate MondayKXNT's Alan Stock is hosting and the moderator. This Mayoral debate is part of Monday's Alan Stock show and the debate is taking place during Alan's time slot from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Listen to Win Dinner with Alan Stock!Now’s your chance to spend an evening with Alan, fantastic company, strong discussion, and great food at Paymon's Mediterranean Café & Lounge!
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EXCLUSIVE: Controversial CCSD Trustee Kevin Child Talks with Alan FridayFriday, CCSD Trustee Kevin Child will speak exclusively to KXNT's Alan Stock about unusual new guidelines restricting his access to district campuses and classrooms.