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
  • Kerry rebukes U.N. Rights Council as 'obsessed' with Israel
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry accused the U.N. Human Rights Council on Monday of being obsessed by allegations of Israeli abuses and said the United States would defend Israel against efforts to isolate it. In a speech to the Council in Geneva, Kerry also exhorted the 47-member-state group to look into what he described as severe abuses in separatist-controlled areas of eastern Ukraine as well as in Crimea, annexed by Russia from Ukraine last year. For decades the government has subjugated its citizens, starving and torturing and incarcerating them or worse." Kerry offered a strong defense of Israel against what he called the council's unbalanced focus on the country. "It must be said that the HRC’s obsession with Israel actually risks undermining the credibility of the entire organization," Kerry said.
  • U.N. nuclear watchdog says pace of Iran's cooperation slow
    By Shadia Nasralla VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief said on Monday Iran was being slow to cooperate with his agency's investigation into the Iranian atomic program and that the inquiry could not continue indefinitely. Diplomats have voiced doubt over whether the outstanding issues in the U.N. investigation would be resolved before a broader diplomatic agreement is reached between Iran and the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany. The seven countries have set a deadline of late March for a framework deal and June for a comprehensive final settlement that would curb Iran's nuclear activity to ensure it cannot be put to bombmaking in return for the lifting of international sanctions that have hammered the oil-based Iranian economy. When asked about a time frame for the U.N. inquiry running parallel to the higher-level negotiations, International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano said: "It depends on the level and pace of cooperation from Iran, I cannot tell by when... "We have asked questions and the questions are clear, so (Iran) can answer." The Islamic Republic has yet to address two outstanding issues relating to alleged explosives tests and other measures that might have been used for nuclear bomb research which it should have explained away by last August.
  • Eurozone gets double dose of mildly positive economic news
    LONDON (AP) — The 19-country eurozone got a double dose of mildly positive economic news Monday that will likely be met with relief by the European Central Bank's policymakers as they prepare to hold their next meeting on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus.
  • AP Sources: Democratic Sen. Mikulski to announce retirement
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Barbara Mikulski, the longest serving woman in the history of Congress, is announcing her retirement, Democratic officials say.
  • US stocks open slightly higher; Freescale jumps on deal
    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are opening slightly higher as investors focused on earnings and deal news.
  • US stocks rise on merger news
    New York (AFP) - Wall Street stocks opened mostly higher Monday following merger announcements as some European bourses hit new records.
  • HP's big deal: Tech giant buys Aruba Networks for $2.7B
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Hewlett-Packard is buying wireless networking company Aruba Networks for about $2.7 billion, the biggest acquisition by HP in recent years.
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