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Anh Gray

Staving Off Disease With A Plant-Based Diet

The leading cause of death in Nevada is heart disease. Some medical facilities around the country, including Renown Health in Reno , are incorporating whole food, plant-based nutrition in their treatment plans. To learn more about the science behind this way of eating, KUNR's Anh Gray sat down with Dr. Michael Greger . He’s the author of the bestselling book How Not To Die and a leading expert on how nutrition can prevent premature death.

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Nov 22, 2010

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Nov 22, 2010

Cheryl can be reached at 775-331-6723, or at cheryl.erwin@sbcglobal.net.

Fifty Things to be Thankful For

Nov 20, 2010

KUNR General Manager David Stipech shares some thoughts on being Thankful even in challenging times, and offers his list for you to fill out of “50 Things to Be Thankful For.”      

Use the widget above to listen to the entire show. Host Brandon Rittiman talks with Washoe County Commissioner John Breternitz and Sparks Mayor Geno Martini about the effort to merge the governments of Reno and Washoe County. Jocelyn Lantrip from the Food Bank of Northern Nevada tells us about hunger and the holidays.  

Host Brandon Rittiman talks with Washoe County Commissioner John Breternitz and Sparks Mayor Geno Martini about the effort to merge the governments of Reno and Washoe County. Jocelyn Lantrip from the Food Bank of Northern Nevada tells us about hunger and the holidays.

Host Brandon Rittiman talks with political scientist Eric Herzik about the final days before the election. Then we hear from GOP consultant Sig Rogich who supports Democrat Harry Reid. On the other side, state Senator Mark Amodei, the state party chair supports Angle. We talk about where the party is heading. Finally, Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cotez Masto talks about the investigation into foreclosures launched by all 50 state attorneys general.

State Sen. Bill Raggio talks about his decision to step down as leader of the GOP caucus, which he did because he did not endorse Sharron Angle for US Senate. TMCC political scientist Fred Lokken takes questions on the election's outcome.

New Lawmakers Prepare for Nevada's Next Session

Nov 17, 2010
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Brandon Rittiman gets perspectives from Senators Sheila Leslie (D) and Mike McGinness (R) on Nevada's budget shortfall. State Budget Director Andrew Clinger joined us & took calls to de-mystify the budget problems.

The Juan Williams uproar has quieted down now, but has not been resolved. KUNR General Manager David Stipech shares his views and an update that NPR has now hired an independent firm to review its handling of the Williams matter.

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