Raphael Tulino from the IRS is here to take phone calls and emails about filing tax returns. He'll talk about what to know and what to avoid if you're filing yourself and how to pick a legitimate tax preparer.
Got a question for the taxman? Give us a call on Friday at 258-3552 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions about filing your tax return.
In one 24-hour period late last year at least 333 victims of domestic violence and their children across Nevada reached out for help. And across the nation more than 23,000 crisis hotline calls were answered.
Those are the findings of the latest Snapshot of Domestic Violence compiled by the National Network to End Domestic Violence. We'll talk with domestic violence outreach advocates and two survivors. More
Reform Immigration for America has started an effort in
Southern Nevada to get a grassroots campaign for immigration reform up and running.
Michael Flores, Nevada Dir, Reform Immigration for America
Arian Campo, Flores-Miami Bureau Chief, Newsweek
Javier Barajas, Immigrant and Nevada resident for 30+ years, and owner, "Lindo Michoacan" restaurant chain
Liz Hernandez, undocumented student, CSN
The biannual Neon Reverb Music Festival is taking place this week around downtown Las Vegas. We talk with Las Vegas City Life Arts and Entertainment Editor, Mike Prevatt about the can't-miss performances this weekend and the budding indie music scene in Las Vegas.
A Nevada regent and two deans talk about budget cuts that could see the elimination of up to seven programs at UNLV. They'll lay out how they plan to make the $9,000,000 cut mandated by the state legislature and how students will be impacted by reduced services at UNLV.
The City of Las Vegas could soon lay off 171 people as part of its budget reduction plan. Mayor Oscar Goodman says there is one thing that could solve the problem: The city's four unions have to re-open their contracts and agree to an 8% wage reduction.
We talk with NDOT's Civil Rights Officer Norma Norman. She will be charged with overseeing the departments compliance with federal mandates like access for the disables, environmental racism and employment discrimination.
Union heads talk about the city's budget plan that could eliminate more than 200 jobs and see the firing of 171 full time employees. The unions have yet to agree to reopen their contract and Mayor Oscar Goodman says if they don't, there's no other choice but to see people laid off.
We hear the sounds of Yale University's 100-plus year old a cappella group the "Whiffenpoofs." Four "Whiffs" join us to talk about their musical stylings and how they turn pop songs and classics into a cappella gold.
The massive budget cutting of the special session begins today. We look at
the shape of the deal the legislators have to put together, whether there will be be an early resolution and why the governor seems to be retreating from his
demands for double digit cuts in health and education.
The Nevada legislature will meet for a special session on February 23 to solve an $871,000 budget shortfall. The governor is asking for 10% for most state funded agencies including K-12 and Higher education.