Skip to main content
My Home Town Radio Stations
Program Schedule - 98.3
KSAR - 92.3 FM
Program Schedule - 92.3
104.7 FM - LIVE
Program Schedule - 104.7
Hometown News
National News
Bulletin Board
Bids For Bargains
Promotions / Contest
Branson Show Tickets
Hoxie Live Stream
Hometown Shopping
National News
Republican officials in Texas and Louisiana convinced a federal judge to block rules that directed ICE to focus on arresting immigrants deemed to threaten national security or public safety.
The child, who was not identified, is recovering from her injuries.
After a transgender teen is murdered, a mother fights to protect other members of the LGBTQI+ community.
Uziyah Garcia's funeral was held Saturday at the Immanuel Baptist Church in San Angelo, where he lived before moving last year to Uvalde, Texas.
The band “Goose” formed in Connecticut in 2014, they have become known for their jamming and improvisation. Their own fan base has been steadily growing and they are performing in places like Red Rocks and Radio City Music Hall. For Saturday Sessions, Goose performs "Borne."
The helicopter was used for recreational tours.
Organizers also announced protests at state capitols around the country in the wake of the court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.
The band “Goose” formed in Connecticut in 2014, they have become known for their jamming and improvisation. Their own fan base has been steadily growing and they are performing in places like Red Rocks and Radio City Music Hall. For Saturday Sessions, Goose performs "Slow Ready."
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is considering ordering a recipe change for the vaccines made by both Pfizer and rival Moderna in hopes that modified boosters could better protect against another surge.
Denée Benton stars in the HBO drama “The Gilded Age.” Benton plays American journalist Peggy Scott. The show, which was created by “Downton Abbey” producer Julian Fellowes, takes viewers back to the late 19th century world of New York City's elite and the lives of people who served them. Michelle Miller spoke with Benton.
Supreme Court overturns Roe V Wade; Saturday Sessions w/ Goose
The alligator grabbed ahold of the victim and dragged them into a nearby pond, police said.
The hospital, parent company Mass General Brigham, as well as more than a dozen employees are named as defendants.
Where is abortion still legal? Could this ruling affect IVF or contraception? Here are some answers.
More than a month ago, a stunning leak of a draft opinion by Justice Samuel Alito indicated that the Supreme Court was prepared to take the momentous step of overruling the Roe v. Wade decision from 1973 and stripping away women's constitutional protections for abortion.
The Supreme Court overturned its landmark Roe. v Wade decision in a seismic shift for abortion rights. Also, Surfside marked the one-year anniversary of the Champlain Towers South collapse. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener.
The PST security service raised its terror alert level from "moderate" to "extraordinary" — the highest level — after the attack.
Ukrainians refuse to surrender in Mariupol; Johnny Depp testifies against ex-wife Amber Heard
Russia tests nuclear-capable missile; Chefs look to invasive species and fish alternatives
Mariupol on brink of catastrophic crisis; Teen influencer on chasing social media fame
Key Russian warship sinks; dentist accused of killing wife on safari trip
U.S. military leaders meet with NATO allies; Elon Musk reaches deal with Twitter.
Biden pushes for $33 billion more Ukraine aid; Rodney King beating case, 30 years later
Russia cuts off gas supply to Poland and Bulgaria; U.S. rent has jumped 17% since last year.
Zelenksyy meets with top U.S. officials in Ukraine; Supreme Court to hear school prayer case
Widespread destruction, bloodshed reported in key Ukrainian cities; 30,000 runners ready for Boston Marathon
Moderna asks FDA to authorize vaccine for young kids; Southen California water restrictions imposed.
Ukrainians evacuated from Mariupol steel plant; "Birds Aren't Real" movement takes flight
Politico: Supreme Court to overturn abortion rights in reported draft opinion; Celebrities decked out in "Gilded Age" glamour during Manhattan event
Leaked Supreme Court draft opinion would overturn Roe v. Wade; Tornadoes rip through Oklahoma
Putin defends Russia's invasion of Ukraine; 3 Americans found dead at Bahamas hotel
Federal Reserve hikes interest rate by 0.5%; Comedian Dave Chappelle attacked on stage
Biden blames Ukraine war for rising food prices; personal savings rate hits lowest level since 2013
United Nations convoy rushes to help Mariupol; Amber Heard describes alleged abuse.
Alabama inmate captured in Indiana; Queen Elizabeth not opening UK Parliament.
Biden says inflation is top domestic priority; Interest rates hit homebuyers' wallets
Musk says Twitter deal on hold; Astronomers reveal first image of black hole at center of Milky Way
President Biden takes action to help ease baby formula shortage; Boeing's Starliner set for third attempt at launch
10 dead in Buffalo, N.Y., mass shooting police investigating as hate crime; Amber Heard to resume testimony
President Biden and first lady to meet shooting victims' families; Americans relying on credit cards and other methods to pay for items
President Biden calls white supremacy "a poison"; tweet leads to skepticism over Twitter deal
President Biden wraps up Asia trip; Sweden seeks to join NATO.
19 children, 2 adults killed in Texas school shooting; primary results pour in amid Texas shooting.
Massacre devastates Uvalde community; Baby formula supply shortage
Biden indicates U.S. would use military force if China attacks Taiwan; Drug shortages rampant across U.S.
Senate approves bill to increase access to baby formula products; CPAC makes its European debut in Hungary.
Parents who lost children in Texas shooting demand answers; Looking ahead to summer vacation travel
In their new book "Breadsong," Kitty Tait and her father Al shared the recipes and love of bread that brought their family back from the brink. Imtiaz Tyab went to the English town of Watlington to meet them.
As the court ruled against abortion rights, Justice Clarence Thomas argued precedents on contraceptives and same-sex relationships could come next.
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program

KFCM "The River" 98.3 FM     KSAR 92.3 FM     KOOU "KOOL" 104.7 FM
P.O. Box 909
Cherokee Village, Arkansas 72525
Phone: 870.856.3240
Toll-Free: 1.800.895.2854