Notable syndicated programming on the station includes shows hosted by Rush Limbaugh, Michael Medved, and Jerry Doyle. The station is also one of the most active in Montana for local sports broadcasting, featuring Capital high school football and basketball, plus American Legion baseball. The sports "voice" and news director is former Chicago White Sox, Bears, and Blackhawk broadcaster Jay Scott. The station is also a leader in web-streaming its sports broadcasts. In 2008, Jay Scott was presented the "Montana Newscast of the Year" award by the Montana Broadcasters Association, after two runner-up awards the previous two years. He was the runner-up for "Montana Sportscaster of the Year" in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
KBLL went silent on November 4, 2014 after losing its transmitter site. Its programming, as well as the programming of sister station KCAP (1340 AM), was then moved to KMTX (950 AM), which Cherry Creek Radio purchased and relaunched as a new KCAP.
In April 2004, a deal was reached for KBLL to be acquired by Cherry Creek Radio from Holter Broadcasting Corp. (Jan Holter-Lambert, president) as part of a 2 station deal with a total reported sale price of $2.8 million.