Housing Series: Robert Rytina

With over 240 publications on the topics of mental health and behavioral sciences, Emory University professor Dr. Nadine Kaslow is an expert in the study of depression and anxiety.  KXNT’s Robert Rytina caught up with […]


Nevada's Population Growth Slows

Nevada is going to see it’s population drop 2.5% percent by the end of the year which is larger than the amount of people who left New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.


KXNT Morning News Speaks With Controller Kim Wallin

The State Controller of Nevada, Kim Wallin talks about fiscal responsibility and gaining efficiencies despite economic woes as well as her expectations for Nevada’s future.


KXNT Morning News: Latest In Money News

The Dow closed above 11,000 and  Bank of America has frozen foreclosures in 50 states. What you need to know in financial news?


KXNT Morning News: Looks Into Business News

TARP expired on Sunday, there is a new foreclosure update and a look at the Nikkei.


KXNT Morning News: First in Foreclosures

In August, one out of eighty-four Nevada homes received a foreclosure filing, making us the leader for the forty-fourth consecutive month.  We spoke with Jeremy Aguero, principal analyst from Applied Analysis on where we go […]


Harry Reid: "I had nothing to do with" bad economy

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, facing a tough re-election bid in one of the states hardest hit by the recession, said today that the economic downturn was not his fault.