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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.
A federal judge declined on Friday to stop Review Journal publisher Stephens Media from trying to untie the cord that binds it to the Las Vegas Sun.
The editor of The Las Vegas Sun fears his newspaper’s future is in jeopardy.
CBS LAS VEGAS – Mark Levin joins the show to talk about his best-selling book “The Liberty Amendments.” Levin gives solutions to a number of different issues the government currently faces. Las Vegas Review Journal […]
The suit seeks an injunction to prevent a deal that would jeopardize a 50-year agreement with the Review Journal.
Diane Duke of the Free Speech Coalition joins the show to talk about the recent condom requirement for porn film shot in Los Angeles. The measure might cause the porn industry to pick up shop and relocate here in Las Vegas.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 07/29/13: Nevada AFL-CIO Executive Director, Glenn Cook, Hunter Mahan
Kevin Wall interviewed Executive Secretary and Treasurer of the Nevada AFL-CIO, Danny L. Thompson, on living wage as opposed to regular minimum wage in Nevada.