Roseanne would enjoy ‘The View’

Roseanne Barr says she’s interested.

With rumors flying that she’s on the short list to replace Rosie O’Donnell on “The View,” Barr told KVVU-TV, Channel 5, that she would welcome the opportunity.

However, she emphasized that she has had no contact with the show’s executives.

She told the KVVU morning show team that she would be good at stirring up controversies of her own.

Barr, a headliner at New York-New York, angered gays and lesbians last month when she told her radio show listeners she was tired of gays “only talking about gay issues.”


Michael O’Brian, who recently moved over to the morning slot at KKLZ-FM 96.3, is stepping down as the program director of Beasley Broadcasting sister station KSTJ-FM 97.1 to focus on the Tofte-O’Brian Morning Show. Don Hallett takes over as PD beginning May 7th. …

Carol Kahn hosts “The Vegas Insider” at 10 a.m. every Sunday on KNEWS-AM 970. She calls it “a combination of Larry King meets Oprah Winfrey.”


If the latest rumblings are true about a Britney Spears‘ comeback, her first public appearances could be at the House of Blues in Southern California and Las Vegas. She had planned a surprise show last week at Ivan Kane‘s Forty Deuce burlesque hotspot in Hollywood after quietly rehearsing there. But her first show in years was canceled at the last minute. …

Durango High School graduate Cerina Vincent has a new book coming out this week. The former Miss Nevada Teen USA, who has built a horror-flick fan base, has co-authored “How to Eat Like a Hot Chick” with galpal Jodi Lipper. You’ll find a sample chapter at www.hey, with tips on what to eat and drink to stay hot. Vincent’s next film, “Everybody Wants to Be An Italian,” comes out late this summer. …

Disgraced Olympic skater Tonya Harding will be signing autographs at the Galleria mall Friday, from 5-8 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., both days.


Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, turning heads during dinner Friday at SW Steakhouse (Wynn). … Kiefer Sutherland of “24” fame, dining at Wolfgang Puck‘s Chinois (Forum Shops at Caesars) on Saturday night. … At the Lili Claire Foundation benefit Saturday at Mandalay Bay: Jason Alexander, Danny Bonaduce, Toni Braxton, Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Gov. Jim Gibbons and first lady Dawn Gibbons, Eric Close of “Without a Trace,” Jonathan Silverman, Clint Holmes, Tracy Bingham, Gena Lee Nolin and Riall Johnson. The event raised more than $1 million to assist Southern Nevada children with neuro-developmental conditions. … At the Hard Rock Hotel: Akon, performing poolside at Rehab’s opener. Later he celebrated his birthday at Body English. Also in Body English: Kansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez, poker star Antonio Esfandiari and Taye Diggs. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and New York nightclub operator Scott Sartiano, dining at Nobu. … Comedian David Brenner and Kevin Spirtas of “Days of Our Lives,” in the audience at “Monty Python’s Spamalot” (Wynn) on Saturday. … Co-phantom Brent Barrett of “Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular” (Paris) and Hans Klok of the upcoming “The Beauty of Magic” (Planet Hollywood Resort), among a group in the VIP area of Voodoo Lounge on Saturday.


Saddam Hussein would have been 70 years old tomorrow. And if you’re looking for a gift, he could really use an air conditioner.” – David Letterman

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Nature Conservancy Ranch
The Nature Conservancy just bought the 900-acre 7J Ranch at the headwaters of the Amargosa River, north of Beatty. The property could become a research station, though ranching will continue.
Swift water rescue at Durango Wash in Las Vegas
On Thursday, February 14, 2019, at approximately 8:42 a.m., the Clark County Fire Department responded to a report of a swift water incident where people were trapped in the Durango wash which is located near 8771 Halcon Ave. Personnel found one person who was trapped in the flood channel. The individual was transported to the hospital in stable condition. Video by Clark County Fire & Rescue.
Flooding at E Cheyenne in N. Las Vegas Blvd.
Quick Weather Around the Strip
Rain hits Las Vegas, but that doesn't stop people from heading out to the Strip. (Mat Luschek/Review-Journal)
Aaron Semas, professional bull rider, talks about his traumatic brain injuries
Aaron Semas, professional bull rider, talks about his traumatic brain injuries. The Cleveland Clinic will begin researching the brains of retired bull riders to understand the impact traumatic brain injuries have on cognition. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/ Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Matt Stutzman shoots arrows with his feet
Matt Stutzman who was born without arms shoots arrows with his feet and hits the bullseye with remarkable accuracy. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Secretary of Air Force Emphasizes the Importance of Nellis AFB
US Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson visited Nellis Air Force Base during Red Flag training and described how important the base is to the military.
Former Northwest Academy student speaks out
Tanner Reynolds, 13, with his mother Angela McDonald, speaks out on his experience as a former student of Northwest Academy in Amargosa Valley, which includes abuse by staff member Caleb Michael Hill. Hill, 29, was arrested Jan. 29 by the Nye County Sheriff’s Office on suspicion of child abuse.
Former Northwest Academy students speak out
Tristan Groom, 15, and his brother Jade Gaastra, 23, speak out on their experiences as former students of Northwest Academy in Amargosa Valley, which includes abuse by staff and excessive medication.
Disruption At Metro PD OIS Presser
A man claiming to be part of the press refused to leave a press conference at Metro police headquarters, Wednesday January 30, 2019. Officers were forced to physically remove the man. (Mat Luschek/Review-Journal)
Clients at Las Vegas’ Homeless Courtyard talk about their experience
Clients at Las Vegas’ Homeless Courtyard talk about their experience after the city began operating around the clock. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Las Vegas parts ways with operator of homeless courtyard
Jocelyn Bluitt-Fisher discusses the transition between operators of the homeless courtyard in Las Vegas, Thursday Jan. 24, 2019.(Caroline Brehman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas police and Raiders partner with SafeNest
Las Vegas police and the Raiders partner with SafeNest on Project Safe 417 (the police code for domestic violence is 417). The program partners trained SafeNest volunteer advocates with Metropolitan Police Department officers dispatched to domestic violence calls, allowing advocates to provide immediate crisis advocacy to victims at the scene of those calls. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
North Las Vegas police chief discusses officer-involved shooting
North Las Vegas police chief Pamela Ojeda held a press conference Thursday, Jan. 24, regarding an officer-involved shooting that took place on Jan. 21. The incident resulted in the killing of suspect Horacio Ruiz-Rodriguez. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Volunteers gather for annual Clark County homeless count
Volunteers gather for the annual Southern Nevada Homeless Census, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Who can understand hospital price lists?
Lists of costs for procedures, drugs and devices are now posted the websites of hospitals to comply with a new federal rule designed to provide additional consumer transparency. Good luck figuring out what they mean.
People in Mesquite deal with a massive power outage
People in Mesquite respond to a major power outage in the area on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Group helping stranded motorists during power outage
A group of Good Samaritans are offering free gas to people in need at the Glendale AM/PM, during a massive power outage near Mesquite on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen falls at Las Vegas parade
U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen of Nevada fell and injured her wrist at the Martin Luther King Day parade in Las Vegas on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019. (Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Local astronomers host super blood wolf moon viewing
The Las Vegas Astronomical Society paired with the College of Southern Nevada to host a lunar eclipse viewing Sunday night. Known as the super blood wolf moon, the astronomical event won't occur for another 18 years. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Tate Elementary shows academic progress after categorical funding
Students at Tate Elementary in Las Vegas has benefited from a program to boost education funding in targeted student populations, known as categorical funding. One program called Zoom helps students who have fallen below grade level in reading. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
The third annual Women’s March in Las Vegas
The third annual Women’s March in Las Vegas. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @btesfaye
First former felon to work for Nevada Department of Corrections
After his father died, Michael Russell struggled for years with drug addiction. When he finally decided to change for good, he got sober and worked for years to help others. Now he is the first former felon to be hired by the Nevada Department of Corrections. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Three Square helps TSA workers
Three Square Food Bank donated over 400 care bags to TSA workers affected by the government shutdown Wednesday, filled with food, personal hygiene products and water.
Las Vegas furniture store donates to Clark County firehouses
Walker Furniture donated new mattresses to all 30 Clark County firehouses in the Las Vegas Valley, starting today with Station 22. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Mount Charleston Gets Heavy Snow, Fog
Mount Charleston saw heavy snow today, and fog in lower elevations as a cold front swept across the Las Vegas Valley. (Benjamin Hager/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Krystal Whipple arrested in Arizona
Krystal Whipple, charged in the killing of a Las Vegas nail salon manager over a $35 manicure, is expected to return to Nevada to face a murder charge.
Holocaust survivor on acceptance
Holocaust survivor Celina Karp Biniaz, who was the youngest person on Schindler’s List, talks about the most important message for people to understand from her life and experiences.
Holocaust survivor speaks about telling her story
Holocaust survivor Celina Karp Biniaz, who was the youngest person on Schindler’s List, tells of opening up about her experiences during Sunday’s event at Temple Sinai.
Jesus Jara State of the Schools address
Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara delivers his State of the Schools address on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. (Amelia Pak-Harvey/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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