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AM stations

KQNT 590 – News talk with Morning News Express with Dean and Angela; Rush Limbaugh, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Glenn Beck, Coast-to-Coast AM.

KXLI 630 – Also known as The Score. All-sports, ESPN Radio.

KJRB 790 – Also known as The Fan. Sports and talk; FOX sports; NFL Sunday and Monday Night Football; Spokane Chiefs hockey; Spokane Shadow soccer; GSL football and basketball.

KXLY 920 – News, talk and sports. Talk with Clark Howard, Sean Hannity and Tony Snow. Mornings with Bud Nameck and Debra Wilde. Sports with Mariners, Seahawks, Cougars.

KTRW 970 – Christian.

KEYF 1050 – The Key, “America’s Best Music,” adult standards, Barry Watkins in the mornings.

KVNI 1080 – Oldies, news in the mornings with Dick Haugen. Sports with the Mariners.

KSBN 1230 – International, national and local business news.

KAQQ 1280– Music of Your Life (nostalgia).

KMBI 1330 – Christian music and programs. 6 a.m. to sunset.

KGA 1510 – News-talk; 5 a.m., local news, traffic and weather, business, sports; Charles Osgood; CBS affiliate. Talk shows: Richard Clear, Mark Fuhrman, Bill O’Reilly, Rusty Humphries, Mike Savage.

FM stations

KHQ 87.7 – Simulcast of audio signal from KHQ-TV Channel 6.

KAGU 88.7 – Classical music from Gonzaga University.

KEWU 89.5 – Jazz and specialty shows. 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.-1 a.m. weekends.

KWRS 90.3 – New music format from Whitworth College; specialty shows nightly.

KPBX 91.1 – Spokane Public Radio; NPR, BBC and local news; classical, jazz and folk music; drama and story readings; arts information.

KSFC 91.9 – Spokane Public Radio; news and public affairs, NPR, PRI, BBC and local news.

KZZU 93 – Also known as The Zoo. Contemporary hits. Steve Hawk, Casey Christopher and Jeff Connell.

KDRK 93.7 – Country. Also known as The Cat. Jay and Kevin, 6-10 a.m.; Tony Trovato 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; Big Cat Daddy, 2-7 p.m.; Leah, 7-midnight.

KHTQ 94.5 – Active rock with GA, Krazy Aunt Karla, Ken Richards, Geoff Scott and The New Guy.

KPND 95.3 – Adult album alternative out of Sandpoint.

KIXZ 96.1 – Hot country.

KEZE 96.9 – ‘80s music, known as Star 96.9. Breakfast Boys in the mornings, Molly Allen mid-days, Spencer at night.

KKRS 97.3 – Christian.

KISC 98.1 – Light rock favorites. 6-10 a.m., the Wise Guys, Rob Harder and Mark Holman; 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Dawn Marcel; 3-7 p.m., J.J. Hemingway; 7 p.m.-8 p.m., ‘70s at 7. 8 p.m.-midnight, Love Notes with Rick Bradford.

KKZX 98.9 – Classic rock. Mornings with the Radio Men.

KXLY 99.9 – Continuous soft rock. Rick and Teresa Lukens in the mornings, Scott Valentine, Beau Tyler and Delilah At Night.

KEYF 101.1 – Oldies. Dean Jaxon and Nyla Beck, 5-9 a.m.; Dan Mitchinson, 9a.m.-2 p.m.; Steve Easley 2-7 p.m.; Rich Brother Robbin, 7-midnight.

KTSL 101.9 – Known as Spirit 101.9. Contemporary Christian music 24 hours a day.

KICR 102.3 – Real Country.

KCDA 103.1 – Hot adult-contemporary, “Familiar new music and retro hits.”

KYWL 103.9 – Wild 103.9, hip-hop dance music and rhythmic contemporary hits. T-man in the mornings; Anthony “AJ” James, 10 a.m.-3 p.m; Kekeluv, 3-7 p.m.; DJ Manic, 7-midnight.

KEEH 104.9 – Positive Life Radio, inspirational and contemporary Christian music. Morning drive, Don Godman; Midday host, Elizabeth Nelson; Evening drive, Kevin Krueger. Noon, Request Hour; Top 6 at 6; Focus on the Family and Adventures in Odyssey, evenings.

KZBD 105.7 – The Buzzard, classic rock. Bob and Tom, 6-10 a.m.; Vic, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; Kris Edwards, 3-7 p.m.; Brian Scott, 7-midnight. Blues Buzzards blues show, Sundays, 5-7 p.m.

KSPO 106.5 – Christian.

KAZZ 107.1 – Nostalgia.

KMBI 107.9 – Christian music and programs. 24 hours.

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