If you're sick and tired of all the talking heads and the unending partisanship, don't despair. Today's program is your chance to tell us and the rest of the community what is on your mind. What is it that you think needs fixing? What are the questions you think everyone is ignoring right now? Tell us what you think.
The big question is: when will the recession be over? How can Las Vegas recover the economic vitality it enjoyed during the boom years? The chief economist for Wells Fargo, John Silvia, joins us to answer your questions on housing, banking, and other issues..
UNLV Boyd School of Law hosts a human trafficking symposium on Saturday, April 21. Experts from law enforcement, outreach, and academia will discuss the different approaches to combating human trafficking, especially in the Southern Nevada area.
Nevada Department of Corrections director is walking away from his job at the end of the month. He's leaving in light of the fact that the department could be facing major cuts in the next legislative session.
He won a close race, but Harry Reid is back as our senator. The Senate Majority Leader joins us for the first time since his win to talk politics including his narrow win, the new Republicans, Tea Party influences, the expiration of unemployment benefits at the end of this month, the DREAM Act, and other issues on his plate.
A number of local and regional banks have gone bankrupt over the last three years. Most were heavily over-invested in commercial real estate - warehouses, offices and strip malls that are mostly vacant and producing no income to pay off the loans.