|City of license||Brownsburg, Indiana|
|Broadcast area||Indianapolis, Indiana|
|Slogan||Positive and Encouraging|
|First air date||1992|
|Owner||Educational Media Foundation|
WKLU was signed on the air in 1992 as WQFE, utilizing an approximately 300' tower, located in Hendricks County.
In September 1994, WQFE aired an oldies format. In 1999, the call letters were changed to WKLU, and the format evolved to a loose variant of classic rock - specializing in songs that most commercial radio stations didn't play, including songs from "jam bands." In 2004 the Quinns sold the station to a Miami radio entrepreneur, Russ Oasis, who moved the tower to its current location and reformatted the station to a more commercially viable classic hits format. At midnight on December 4, 2007, WKLU flipped to an oldies format based on the hits of the 60s and 70s.
On July 15, 2009; WKLU was sold by Russ Oasis (the stations former owner) to Educational Media Foundation and the station switched to K-LOVE (Contemporary Christian) on September 15, 2009. While the K-LOVE format is national, the station broadcasts public affairs programming for Brownsburg and Hendricks County on select Sunday nights.
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