Las Vegas Review Journal
Howard Stutz, Las Vegas Review Journal Gaming Reporter, joins the show to talk about the agreement between Culinary 226 and MGM.
The new unemployment numbers in Nevada are out. Kevin says the numbers are all a big lie, some callers agree, some don’t.
A Las Vegas Strip nightclub closed over the weekend, a month after a judge ordered it to clean up its envelope-pushing sex shows.
Kevin takes calls on topics such as the government shutdown, SNAP cards, and more.
Mel Goodwin, Program Director of the Center: Serving the LBGTQ Community of Nevada gives her opinion on whether transgender athletes should be allowed to participate in high school athletics.
Prosecutors say three people have been indicted in the death of a homeless man whose body was found in a Las Vegas trash bin.
Shawn Tempesta, KXNT entertainment reporter, joins the show to talk Emmy’s. Kevin and Shawn discuss why network television has slipped way below cable and even Netflix when it comes to awards.
Authorities say a 40-year-old woman and her 10-year-old son have been found slain in Henderson, and police are looking for her missing 16-year-old son.
Las Vegas Review Journal columnist joins the show to talk about medical marijuana. City council has recommended no medical marijuana business licences applications be excepted for the next six months. Cook gives his opinions on the issue.
Anti-war protesters turned out for weekend rallies in Las Vegas and Reno against American military involvement in Syria.