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KFLS-AM 1450 Klamath Falls -1.png
CityKlamath Falls, Oregon
Broadcast areaKlamath Falls, Oregon
Branding1450 KFLS
Frequency1450 kHz
Translator(s)K273DF (102.5 MHz, Klamath Falls)
First air date1946
FormatNews Talk Information
Power1,000 watts
Facility ID74250
Transmitter coordinates42°12′18″N 121°45′35″W / 42.20500°N 121.75972°W / 42.20500; -121.75972Coordinates: 42°12′18″N 121°45′35″W / 42.20500°N 121.75972°W / 42.20500; -121.75972
AffiliationsCNN Radio
OwnerWynne Broadcasting
(Wynne Enterprises LLC)
Sister stationsKFEG, KFLS-FM, KKKJ, KKRB, KRJW
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteKFLS website

KFLS (1450 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Klamath Falls, Oregon, United States, the station is currently owned and operated by Wynne Enterprises, LLC, and features programming from CNN Radio.[1] The program and sports director is Randy Adams and news director Paul Hanson.

News talk programming[edit]

KFLS currently features news talk programs from such personalities as Laura Ingraham, Lars Larson, Michael Savage, Rusty Humphries, Phil Hendrie.

Sports programming[edit]

They were a partial affiliate of ESPN Radio until rival station KLAD acquired full-time affiliation in February 2014. Starting that same year, the station became the high school sports station of the Henley High School Hornets, with Mike Summers (of Action Video Entertainment) currently on play-by-play. (Sister station KRJW-AM covers the Mazama High School Vikings.)


  1. ^ "KFLS Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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