Radio Station Information
KHYZ 99.7 FM
City of License:
Mountain Pass, CA
Las Vegas, NV
Heftel Broadcasting (Heftel Broadcasting Company LLC)
KHYZ is an FM radio station broadcasting at 99.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Mountain Pass, CA and is part of the Las Vegas, NV radio market. The station broadcasts Hot AC music programming and goes by the name "The Highway Vibe 99.7 / 98.1 / 98.9" on the air. KHYZ is owned by Heftel Broadcasting.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsKVKL 91.1 FM, The Drive 96.9 / 94.9, Highway Country 107.3 / 101.5, News 88.9 KNPR, KOMP 92.3, Classical 89.7, Alt 107.5, 93.1 The Mountain, KFRH 104.3 FM, 97.1 The Point
Listener Comments and Reviews
Live in Vegas, go to LA frequently with family(grandkids)..Dont appreciate the PENIS PUPPET ads over& over. When did AzDULT entertainment become part of yourVegas promotions???
By: Anonymous on April 3, 2015
What was the slow R&B song played before Taylor Swift?? Was played @ 9:47am Friday May 29th..Thanku!!
By: Karen on May 29, 2015
The Answer to the God Father question who Mo Green took under his wing was Alfrado Corleone
By: Dion Lopez on September 7, 2018
Play some real contemporary new songs from Steve Perry and Rod Stewart. They just came out with new songs that are in the top 20 of the adult contemporary chart and they are not being played.
By: Chi on September 10, 2018
Liberty Baptist Church is excited to announce a Benefit Concert for First Choice Pregnancy Services featuring Platinum Recording Artist and Dove Award Winner, Mark Schultz, on Saturday, December 15th from 7-9pm. Doors open at 6pm. Children 6 and under are free. Seating is limited. Purchase your tickets TODAY at https://www.itickets.com/events/410247.html or call 702.766.0020 for more information about this amazing event. All Proceeds support the Life Saving Mission of First Choice Pregnancy Services. Come out and be a part of this amazing event!
By: Toya Richardson on November 21, 2018
You have a commercial with a trivia question. Do you have contact information for them?
By: Richard Najera on February 15, 2021
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