Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Coffin talks about medical marijuana in Las Vegas. He fills us in on all that’s going on in city council and where it all stands. Kevin and callers discuss whether Bowe Bergdahl is a hero or a traitor.
Robert Bryce, Senior Fellow with the Center for Energy Policy at the Manhattan Institute and contributor to the Wall Street Journal & the Washington Post discusses renewable energy.
Ward 3 City Councilman Bob Coffin joins the show to talk about Pinches Tacos. He tells us why they not allowing the restaurant to have outside signage.
A new version of the “More Cops” sales tax initiative will be introduced at Tuesday’s county commission meeting.
Bob Coffin upset about delays in “More Cops” sales tax vote
Wednesday developer SDA Inc. held a topping-out ceremony for its new 11-story Federal Justice Tower, located at the southeast corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Clark Avenue in downtown Las Vegas.
A motel on the north end of the Vegas Strip has been shut down for what one official calls “unabated prostitution.”
A closed topless club west of the Las Vegas Strip may get a second life.
The Las Vegas city council has approved nearly nine-million-dollars in bonds for a controversial road project.
During Wednesday’s city council meeting Councilman Bob Coffin likened anybody, which includes Mayor Carolyn Goodman, who supports reopening F St. to Pontius Pilate, the man who authorized the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The street was closed in 2008 […]