Radio Station Information

KPFT 90.1 FM

City of License:
Houston, TX

Format:
Talk/Variety

Market:
Houston-Galveston, TX

Owner:
Pacifica Radio Network (Pacifica Foundation, Inc.)

KPFT is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Houston, TX and is part of the Houston-Galveston, TX radio market. The station broadcasts Talk/Variety programming. KPFT is owned by Pacifica Radio Network.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

the inmates at eastham are having to drink contaimed water...it went into affect 6 / 30 / 16 this is the second time it's happened...they are not providing the inmates with bottled water...there are inmates that are sick from drinking the contaimed water...if something isn't done somebody will die from drinking the contaimed water..i called everybody that i can think of and nothing is being done...i would appreciate if you can help TDCJ eastham 2665 prison road # 1 lovelady texas..75851 tjank you Lou
By: Lou on July 5, 2015

My friend Claire O'Neill is holding a free Zumba class at Cho's Taekwando in Robinson Street can you give her a mention please as she is fantastic x
By: Anonymous on February 23, 2016

Hi. My name is Ben Roth and I am a Life Scout with Troop 1180 out of Woodlands, TX. I have volunteered at Montgomery County Animal Shelter for 3 years as a dog walker. I am working on my Eagle Scout Project which is to bring awareness to Montgomery County Animal Shelter and ask people to first check the shelter to see the hundreds of animals available for adoption. These loving animals need loving/responsible homes. All adoption fees are waived for MCAS for the month of December. If you are outside the MCAS/Conroe/Montgomery County areas, perhaps, you could advertise animal shelter pertinent to your area. As you know, Houston and surrounding areas were hit hard this year by Harvey. The stray/displaced animal population followed suit. We are asking help to reduced the number of cats & dogs. I am happy to help if I can and you can reach me through my Father at the E-mail address provided. I can supply shelter hours. Thank you for your consideration. Happy Holidays. Respectfully, Ben Roth Life Scout Troop 1180
By: Ben Roth on December 12, 2017

Seeking assistance tohelp a friend in need. Struggling since Hurricane Harvey flooded her home and damaged somuch, she is now facing foreclosure and has many animals that need to be fostered, or else, a farm/ranch type of situation where she can shelter miniature horses. She needs a fenced yard and out buildings for the mini horses. On top of being scammed for insurance money, etc. after the hurricane, she has also recently lost a parent. Please, if anyone could do a human interest story on this woman and help her get some exposure/assistance, it would be greatly appreciated. Here is her story, in her own words.: Hi, I am facing eviction in Shepherd Texas and I also rescue cats. I have mini horses and dogs as well and I can not find a place to live for rent or lease and am desperate for help. I am not sure how much more time I have but I have been slowly downsizing my cat rescue with very little outside help. I am trying to find a home with land that is fenced so at least I can take my 4 mini horses and dogs and as many of my cats as I can but I NEED HELP DESPERATELY. Can anyone there help me and my fur babies??? her situation is dire. Help needed as soon as possible. Thank you. Thank you Juels Yaklin
By: Rebecca A Goulart on February 14, 2019

Seeking assistance to help a friend in need. Struggling since Hurricane Harvey flooded her home and damaged somuch, she is now facing foreclosure and has many animals that need to be fostered, or else, a farm/ranch type of situation where she can shelter miniature horses. She needs a fenced yard and out buildings for the mini horses. On top of being scammed for insurance money, etc. after the hurricane, she has also recently lost a parent. Please, if anyone could do a human interest story on this woman and help her get some exposure/assistance, it would be greatly appreciated. Here is her story, in her own words.: Hi, I am facing eviction in Shepherd Texas and I also rescue cats. I have mini horses and dogs as well and I can not find a place to live for rent or lease and am desperate for help. I am not sure how much more time I have but I have been slowly downsizing my cat rescue with very little outside help. I am trying to find a home with land that is fenced so at least I can take my 4 mini horses and dogs and as many of my cats as I can but I NEED HELP DESPERATELY. Can anyone there help me and my fur babies??? Thank you, Juels Yaklin Her situation is dire, and any assistance we can get for her is greatly appreciated. Thank you. Please contact Juels @ 936 628-7003
By: Rebecca A Goulart on February 14, 2019

Please announce on calendar: Missionary Camp Baptist Church Navasota Texas is holding Ultimate Fundraiser partnering with McBay Global giving away 2019 Nissan Versa Sedan on Sunday May 5 2019 after service. Pastor James Mable Sr. Tickets $30. Call 9368706817 for information. Come worship. Invest in God's people and watch God in your life.
By: Doris Sauls on April 20, 2019

The woman below, Patty Uck-Sierra' s dog RICKY BOBBY a brindle Pitt went missing the 12th of Nov. Her pleas have reached a huge number of people in the community and they helped raise $600 dollars. The money was to bring in pet tracker Paula Welch, whose dog Nugget gained recognition when he found Frank the missing Bulldog after the Hurricanes several years ago. Paula Welch is a retired Texas Detective and is traveling 5 1/2 hours from Eden to come help find Ricky Bobby. Tonight Patty received a call from a woman saying she had Ricky Bobby and had a picture of him to confirm it. When Patty raced over to the woman’s home, the woman said a lady drove up to her while she waiting with Ricky Bobby, she was a light skinned black woman in a Silver car, and she took Ricky Bobby just moments before her true owner Patty arrived. Patty is devastated, Ricky Bobby is a therapy dog with an interesting back story. The community in Humble has shown such an outpouring of support as well as the on line community of lost and found pet helpers, that a story on the news might help bet Ricky Bobby back. PLEASE PLEASE CONSIDER RUNNING it.... we need a happy ending to this as a community. This woman STOLE RICKY BOBBY and he needs to be returned. Your RADIO station could be the CATALYST that makes it happen! RICKY BOBBY MISSING DOG Patty Uck-Sierra is feeling devastated with Jose Sierra. November 13 at 4:48 PM · LOST DOG ***11/12/19 Cypresswood Pointe community, Humble, TX 77338*** I would be lying if I said I was ok... Ricky Bobby has been missing for 24 hrs now in freezing temperatures. He isn’t just a dog to us. He’s family. Ricky B has been a therapy dog, sago palm poisoning survivor, and simply put a “good dog”. Please please please if anyone has him or knows of someone who has him please have them call me. 407-361-1888.
By: Sandra Colston on November 16, 2019

I wanted to inform you that Woodlands Specialty Hospital, located at 25440 I-45 N. Woodlands, TX 77386, has just opened its COVID-19 testing site to serve North Houston’s communities. Testing available times? We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week Who can get tested? Each patient is screened for potential exposure to COVID-19, related symptoms as well as medical and travel history. Who gets tested is determined based upon a provider’s review of the COVID-19 screening results for risk of infection or exposure and the results of a medical screening exam that is completed by the provider. How to get tested? It is always best to call ahead to minimize wait times. Calls will be answered by one of our screening nurses. Completion of the patient registration process is required prior to patient being tested for COVID-19. We recommend that each patient arrive with a charged cell phone us to expedite our 100% remote screening and registration process. What someone needs to do prior to be tested? Call the COVID-19 screening phone at 832-873-2136. For more information or questions concerning the WSH testing process please contact: Jody Randall MSN, RN, HACP, CIC CEO/CNO Director of Quality, Risk, Infection Control The Woodlands Specialty Hospital Office: 281-602-8160 ext. 1150 email: jrandall@wsh.care
By: Art Sobarzo on April 20, 2020

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By: Robin Bresler on October 29, 2020

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