Retired Metro Police Lieutenant Randy Sutton and President of Vievu Steve Lovell join the program to talk about the effects of body cams on policemen. Also, Wayne Allyn Root calls in to talk Ebola.
Ron Futrell talks about Vegas being ranked second on al Qaeda’s target list. Randy Sutton with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department joins the show and talks about the Ferguson case. And Glenn Cook, Columnist, joins the show to talk solar power, margin tax, and the Little League.
Former Metro Police Lt. Randy Sutton joins the show to tell us why he is heading down to Ferguson. Also, our man Danny Tarkanian makes his weekly appearance to talk about St. Louis, Adam Laxalt, and more.
CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman gives us the latest on the situation in Ferguson and how Captain Ron Johnson has been handling the riots. Randy Sutton, Former Metro Police Chief Randy Sutton tells us why Ferguson is going to change the way people police forever.
Former Metro Police Lieutenant Randy Sutton joins the show to talk about the rising trend in police suicides. Also, Glenn Cook makes his weekly appearance to discuss Bowe Bergdahl’s return to active duty. Finally, Kevin and callers discuss Bergdahl.
Randy Sutton, former Metro police lieutenant, talks about the job the police in UCSB did on their visit with Elliot Rodger before the massacre. Diana Orrock and Brett Pojunis joins the show to talk about the upcoming “Political Party” at Bellagio. Attorney Bob Massi fills us in the latest legal details in the Donald Sterling saga.
Randy Sutton, author of TRUE BLUE Police Stories by Those Who Have Lived Them, joins the show to talk about how Las Vegas’ responsed to the attacks in New York on 9/11.
The topic of today’s Wall to Wall Town Hall at SuperMex is race relations in Las Vegas. Guests include Nigir Innis, spokesman of the Congress of Racial Equality…
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 07/08/13: The Third Amendment, Henderson Cops, And English Language Learning
A Henderson man is suing the City of Henderson and the Henderson police under the Third Amendment.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, was in serious condition Sunday, two days after being pulled bloody and wounded from a tarp-covered boat in a Watertown backyard.