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The Weekend with Joe Pags

Saturdays: 8p-11p
Call-in: 1-800-501-7080 (SAT. 11a-2p)

Welcome to The Weekend, a lighter talk show with your Saturdays in mind, featuring Joe Pags and refreshing approaches to American stories of all kinds, about family, social issues, pop-culture, politics and playful debate.

For current information on the program please visit: http://www.facebook.com/theweekend

Facebook is where it all comes together: the radio program, its host, its producers and most importantly, you, where your voice is on equal footing with everyone else in this on-line and over-the-air radio community.

Call the show at 1-800-501-7080.

About the host, Joe Pags:

Joe grew up listening to talk radio and was determined to make a living as a host one day. Now, he is actually paying the bills doing what he loves. He can be heard on WOAI/San Antonio M-F afternoons, and KOA/Denver every Saturday. Additionally, Joe is a primary fill-in host for the Glenn Beck Program and has made many appearances on the Fox News Channel, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, and HLN. Joe has been on the Talkers Magazine “Heavy Hundred” list of the most important and influential talk show hosts in America five years running.

Schedule

Sa 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Announcer Posts

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Sen. Cruz Blames Republican Woes on Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush

In an interview with KFYO's Chad Hasty, Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz slammed Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush for being afraid to speak the truth.

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Get Lubbock News First by Prioritizing KFYO on Facebook

There's a way to see more Facebook updates from KFYO show up on your news feed, and all it takes is a few easy steps.

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Two Armed Men Rob Lubbock 7-Eleven Store

Monday night (June 15), two armed men robbed the 7-Eleven store, located at 2902 4th St. in Lubbock.

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Texas DPS Seizes More Than $2 Million Worth of Pot

An attempted traffic stop in Ector County resulted in a chase and the eventual seizure of 377 pounds of marijuana.

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Flatland Collector Car Auction Boasts ‘Fast & Furious,’ ‘Real Steel’ Movie Vehicles [Photos]

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Texas Man Sentenced for Planning to Join ISIL

An Austin, Texas man who planned to travel to Syria and join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has been sentenced to 82 months in federal prison.

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Islam-Inspired Graffiti in Scurry County Painted Over by Texas DPS

The words "Allah Ackbar" and "LBK, TX," along with a cartoon-like bomb drawing spray painted near a rest area in Scurry County were cleaned up by the Texas DPS Tuesday (May 12).

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How to Find Out About Power Outages in Lubbock

Lubbock Power & Light's official website features a map that highlights where in Lubbock power outages are affecting residents.

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Lubbock County Flood Updates for May 5

Flooding conditions continue in Lubbock and the South Plains Tuesday morning.

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Sen. John Cornyn: Garland Shooting Was ‘Attack on Free Speech’

Texas Senator John Cornyn has issued a statement regarding the fatal shooting that occurred outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas Sunday, May 3.

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