1990's - 2010's
In the mid-1990’s, federal ownership rules for media outlet ownership changed again, removing most limits on broadcast station ownership. KFBK became part of Clear Channel communications, which in September 2014 was renamed to the station’s current owner, iHeartMedia.
In June of 2012, KFBK moved buildings from Ethan way, to the current home on River Park Drive. At the end of 2013, after successfully testing FM simulcasting of its 50,000-watt signal at 1530AM, KFBK moved its FM broadcast frequency to the current 93.1FM.
IN THE NEWS
KFBK broadcasts "What If Sacramento Floods" series
Good Guys Electronics Store hostage and mass shooting, still holds the record for the largest hostage rescue operation in U.S. history
Sacramentans remember Pearl Harbor 50th anniversary
Oakland Hills Wildfires
Rain floods Northern California, forces closure of Highway 50, record releases from Folsom Dam
Unabomber trial is held
Nicolay Soltya multiple murders
Tower Records files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Jaycee Lee Dugard is found after her 1991 kidnaping
Westfield Galleria is set on fire
The Camp Fire starts near Paradise, decimating the town and killing 86 people. Remains the deadliest wildfire in California history
Golden State Killer Joseph James Deangelo is arrested, detained and tried in Sacramento