KKXL-FM (92.9 FM, "XL93") is a radio station broadcasting a Top 40 (CHR) format serving the Grand Forks, North Dakota area. It first began broadcasting in the 1970s as KKDQ. The station is currently owned by Clear Channel Communications.
KKXL-FM signed on in 1981 in Grand Forks with a Top 40 format. The station rivaled with now co-owned KQHT "Magic 96" during the late 1980s and 1990s, competed with KYTN "Y95" during the late 1980s, the short-lived KZLT-FM "More Music 104.3" during 2006 and 2007, and currently with KZGF "Z94.7"
Weekday programming includes "Trevor D. in the Morning", On Air with Ryan Seacrest, Rockin' Rick on afternoons, Paul Kelly on nights, and Jo Jo on overnights. Notable weekend programming includes Rick Dees Weekly Top 40, Open House Party with John Garabedian, Sonrise with Kevin Peterson, Backtrax USA, American Top 40, "The Edge with Mark Kidder", and Dawson McAllister Live.
Former DJs 
Former on-air personalities include Blair Nelson, Captain Jack, Popeye Jones, Josh Jones (now at KYCK), Bree Carey, Pat Ebertz (formerly of KDWB Minneapolis, MN), "Jam Master" J. West, Lisa Love, Mike Powers (now at KZGF), Stacey Q, Johnny Cage (now on air in Denver), Shannon Stone, Jenny Wylde, Brook Stephens (now at KZPK St. Cloud, MN), Mike Danger (now at WPXY Rochester, NY), Jodi Lynne, Levi (now at KEEY Minneapolis, MN), Bob Lewis, Crystal Blue, Matt Montgomery, Michael Knight (Cruze) (now at WZPL in Indianapolis (Z99.5), Storm Davis (now at KS95 Minneapolis), Collin Davis, Pat Mars, Kory Lee, Mace Fox & Joey Rhodes (now at KGGI-FM Riverside, CA).
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Coordinates: 47°57′50″N 97°01′48″W / 47.964°N 97.030°W