KXTL - AM Program Summary

 Monday - Friday   Saturday - Sunday 
The Wall Street Journal This Morning
5am - 7am
The Glenn Beck Program
7am - 9am 
9am - 10am 
The Rush Limbaugh Program 
10am - 1pm 
Dave Ramsey
1pm - 4pm
The Dan Patrick Show
4pm - 7pm 
Free Talk Live
7pm - 8pm
The Jim Bohannon Show
8pm - 11pm 
Coast to Coast 
11pm - 5am 
  
Yahoo Sports 
Saturday 5am - 8am 
The Kim Komando Show 
Saturday 8am - 11am 
Yahoo Sports
Saturday 11am - 11pm 
MSU Football
Saturday TBD/Fall
Coast to Coast
Saturday 11pm - 5am
Yahoo Sports
Sunday 5am - 8pm
Money Talk w/ Bob Brinker
Sunday 8pm - 11pm
Coast to Coast
Sunday 11pm - 5am
 

 
 
 
January School of the Month: West Elementary
To vote for your favorite teacher, go to one of the two Pork Chop Johns locations in Butte.
December Teacher of the Month: Fifth Grade Teacher, Mrs. Heidi Burgess of Butte Central Elementary School.
Top Stories
  • Pilots in helium-filled balloon land safely in Mexico
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) Two pilots in a helium-filled balloon landed safely off the coast of Mexico early Saturday after an audacious, nearly 7,000-mile-long trip across the Pacific Ocean that shattered two long-standing records for ballooning.
  • Weizsaecker, president who helped Germany face past
    Richard von Weizsaecker, who died Saturday aged 94, was the first president of a reunited Germany and played a leading role in helping the country face up to its Nazi past...
  • Islamic State fighters admit defeat in Syrian town of Kobani
    BEIRUT (AP) The Islamic State group has acknowledged for the first time that its fighters have been defeated in the Syrian town of Kobani and vowed to attack the town again.
  • Sisi says Egypt faces long, tough battle against militants
    Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Saturday that the country faces a long, hard battle against militancy, days after one of the bloodiest attacks on security forces in years. "This battle will be difficult, strong, evil and will take a long time," said Sisi in comments broadcast on state television after meeting Egypt's top military officers. On Thursday night, four separate attacks on security forces in North Sinai were among the worst in the country in years. Islamic State's Egyptian wing, Sinai Province, claimed the killing of at least 30 soldiers and police officers.
  • NASA launches Earth-observing satellite
    VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) A NASA satellite lifted off early Saturday on a three-year mission to track the amount of water locked in soil, which may help residents in low-lying regions brace for floods or farmers prepare for drought conditions.
  • Revel sale put on hold while nightclub appeals terms
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) The sale of Atlantic City's former Revel casino is hold while the company that ran its popular nightclub and beach bar appeals.
  • Greek minister wants to link debt payments to growth: Der Spiegel
    Greece's economy minister said it would be better to link the country's debt repayments to its economic growth rate as it needs a feasible solution to bring its sovereign debt under control. "At the moment, we spend around five percent of gross domestic product on servicing our debt. ...It would be better if we linked the repayment to growth: if growth is higher, we pay more, if it is lower, we pay less," Georgios Stathakis said in an interview with German weekly magazine Der Spiegel. New Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has promised to renegotiate agreements with the European Commission, ECB and International Monetary Fund "troika" and write off much of Greece's 320 billion euro debt, which at more than 175 percent of gross domestic product is the world's second-highest after Japan.
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