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
 

 
 
 
March School of the Month: Margaret Leary Elementary
To vote for your favorite Margaret Leary Elementary teacher, go to one of the two Pork Chop Johns locations in Butte
 
Congratulations to February's Teacher of the Month
Emerson Elementary School's 5th Grade Teacher
Mrs. Charissa Lewis 
Top Stories
  • AFL-CIO, Chamber of Commerce clash over trade before Senate
    WASHINGTON (AP) America's foremost labor federation is asking Congress to block the "fast track" authority that President Barack Obama seeks to advance trade deals being negotiated with numerous nations.
  • Oklahoma reserve deputy pleads not guilty in fatal shooting
    TULSA, Okla. (AP) A 73-year-old Oklahoma reserve deputy who fatally shot a suspect who was pinned down by officers on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to a second-degree manslaughter charge.
  • South Africa deploys army to end anti-immigrant attacks
    JOHANNESBURG (AP) The South African army has been deployed to areas that remain volatile after a spate of attacks targeting immigrants, the defense minister announced on Tuesday.
  • Eritrea, North Korea called world's most censored states
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) The small African nation of Eritrea tops even North Korea in its restrictions on the media, a new global report says.
  • U.S. Senate vote on Lynch for attorney general seen this week
    The U.S. Senate could vote this week on President Barack Obama's nomination of Loretta Lynch to be the next attorney general, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Tuesday. The vote on Lynch, a federal prosecutor nominated in November to head the Department of Justice, could come now that there is a deal between Republicans and Democrats on an unrelated bill clamping down on domestic human trafficking, McConnell said. McConnell retaliated by not allowing a Senate vote on Lynch, who would replace retiring Attorney General Eric Holder, until the trafficking bill passed the Senate.
  • US artist unites divided Bosnian youths to make street art
    SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) American graffiti artist Caleb Neelon, creator of street murals in numerous cities around the world, has enlisted youths from different sides of Bosnia's ethnic divide to work on a peace-promoting project.
  • Unemployment falls in just 23 US states as hiring slows
    WASHINGTON (AP) Unemployment rates fell in 23 U.S. states last month and rose in 12 as employers pulled back on hiring and a slowdown in oil and gas drilling caused big job losses in some states.
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