It's a big weekend in Midland Odessa! Check out the top 5 things going on around town!
The Rockhounds play Corpus Christi at home tonight! That game kicks of at 7pm this evening.
It’s official! Friday Night Lights day 1...
I'm with a bunch of other Texans in thinking that September should become a state holiday in Texas. I'd spend my holiday wearing camo, sitting in the brush, waiting on the birds to fly! Of course, September 1 is the opening day of dove season...
Okay can we first acknowledge the picture above? Let's think about all the time and effort that went into that masterpiece. Think of the people involved... the two guys in the photo (are they professional Hard Hat models? Engineers who had...
What’s Your Favorite Star's Favorite Video?
CMT Hot 20 Countdown is delving into the archives for a very special video flashback episode this weekend. Some of the industry’s hottest artists are helping to count down all their favorite country videos. Although music videos continue to come and go, the truly great ones are remembered as ones where music and visual images... Read more »
Dustin Lynch Takes His Music to New Heights
Dustin Lynch took New York City fans 86 stories high Wednesday (Sept. 2) after his performance on NBC’s Today. The Tennessee native gave a special acoustic performance of his latest single “Hell of a Night” from high atop the observation deck of the Empire State Building. And though it was a thrilling and rewarding moment... Read more »
High School Football returns to KICKS 99.1! This year we'll be broadcasting both The Permian Panthers & The Odessa Bronchos. We'll have you covered from end zone to end zone with all the action on air, online or on your smartphone or tablet so you won't miss a single play! To get all the info on how to stream the game and the complete boradcast schedule, click here
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