In January, while on a sidewalk outside The Venetian, brother's Sebastian and Jason Perez-Morciglio say they were confronted by Venetian security and then metro police.
The brothers contend they did nothing wrong but allege they were illegally detained and searched by Venetian security and metro.
Review Journal columnist and author John L. Smith joins us to talk about what is known as the "Vegas addiction," but what is it? And what are the moral questions for the gaming industry? We'll discuss those and hear the stories of a couple of high profile cases here in Las Vegas.
Roald Dahl's Charlie and Chocolate Factory is the story about the difference between good and very bad children.
And at this year's Super Summer Theatre's series director Philip Shelburne hopes to capture some of the classic characters onstage with his production of "Willy Wonka.
Regents approved recommended program cuts at UNLV.
Dr. Cecilia Maldonado, who is part of UNLV's Faculty Alliance and teaches in the Educational Leadership department, joins us to discuss the impact of the now official departmental cuts at UNLV. If you're a student or faculty member in one these departments we want to hear your thoughts. Post your comments below.
San Francisco based MacroView Labs recently developed and released five different iPhone apps for various MGM Mirage properties. So how have apps changed the way Las Vegas businesses market their properties? We talk with MacroView CEO, Aron Ezra about the increasing use of apps across the country and in Las Vegas.
The head of Clark County School District's teacher induction and mentoring program Annie Amoia and Stanford education expert Sandy Dean join us to continue our summer series on education in the Clark County School District. They talk about building better teachers.
Trombonist Nathan Tanouye picked UNLV over the prestigious Berklee School of Music and has been performing here for more than ten years with acts like Bette Middler, The Las Vegas Philharmonic and his own Santa Fe and the Fat City Horns. Tanouye performs this Saturday as part of the Clark County Jazz in The Park series.
Do you live in Boulder City? If you do, Patrick McNaught wants to represent you in state senate District 12. He's vying for the Republican nomination in the upcoming primary. Send us an email for Patrick McNaught to email@example.com. He joins us Friday at 9 a.m.
The City of Las Vegas Firefighter's union won't lose any jobs with the latest round of budget cuts. But 200 other city workers will be laid off. Do you think that's fair? Dean Fletcher, president of the Firefighter's IAFF Local 1285 joins us to take your phone calls and email on Thursday. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Strobe Talbott and William Antholis of the Brookings Institution are in Las Vegas Wednesday at UNLV's Brookings Mountain West to speak about their new book Fast Forward: Ethics and Politics in the Age of Global Warming. They join us to talk about the increasing threat of climate change.
Shelly Berkley voted in favor of the health care bill and the economic stimulus package, but two primary candidates say it's those votes that are keeping the country in recession. Republicans Michele Fiore and Craig Lake are both vying to unseat the six-term Congresswoman in Nevada's first congressional district.
They join us to take your phone calls and emails as we continue our series of interviews with primary race candidates. If you live in Nevada's first congressional district, send us an email to email@example.com or call 258-3552 at 9 a.m. on Wednesday.