On News 88.9 KNPR
On Classical 89.7
1289 S. Torrey Pines Dr.Las Vegas, NV 89146
Main Number: 1-702-258-9895Toll Free: 1-888-258-9895
More contact info
an member station
Airs on News 88.9 knpr
M-F at 9 am with 7 pm rebroadcast
KNPR's State of Nevada is the essential public affairs broadcast to understand what's happening here. Newsmakers and experts give context to local issues; discussion and profile interviews explore the unique character—and characters—of our region. KNPR's State of Nevada is a daily conversation about this place we call home.
Subscribe directly using iTunes
Or, paste this URL into your podcast application: http://www.knpraudio.org/discussions.xml
Las Vegas: (702) 258-3552 and Toll-free 1 (877) ASK-KNPR
Coming up on Monday's program ...
The first presidential debate takes place tonight -- what impact will it have on Nevada? We talk to CNN's Dana Bash.
A display at the Mob Museum here in Las Vegas gives us a closer look at the world of outlaw motorcycle gangs.
Kratom is an Asian herb used for pain relief.
It currently sells in health food stores and smoke shops, but this week, the United States Drug Enforcement Agency will ban it.
The dispute over the fate of the Badlands Golf Club near Summerlin continues as the owner of the course seeks city approval next month for a plan to turn the links into single- and multi-family hom
The first of three presidential debates is tonight at Hofstra University. But everyone in Nevada knows the last debate before the election will be at UNLV.
One UNLV professor who studies airports thinks so -- for now.
The NFL recently pledged an additional $100 million to study the effects of head injuries and to seek a safer football helmet.
Like many listeners, the music of Carole King is a staple in my household, and in my musical repertoire.
A class taught by 10 different professors looks at multiple, historical angles for analyzing this year's debates.
New polls show Donald Trump is leading in Nevada, and that voters here are leaning toward legalizing recreational pot.
It’s election season and lots of different groups have mobilized here in Nevada to get out the vote on November 8.
Add some items to your playlist to play them.