London's legendary 1400 WFTG AM is one of southeastern Kentucky's most recognized radio stations, and your home for classic country music from the 70s, 80s and early 90s.
We play the best music from a never-to-be-forgotten era, from artists like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, George Jones, and Alabama.
The Wolf is also London's home for local high school sports, Cincinnati Reds baseball and a Laurel County tradition — the Swap Shop, with Brian Sizemore.
When you're in the mood for classic country hits, there's only one place to turn — 1400 The Wolf WFTG AM!
Even radio stations need new cars! Check out our new station vehicle. We think we have upgraded, but the old white van was a good one! Don't forget to say, hi, when you see us out and about!
Goodbye old friend!
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A woman is arrested after another pursuit Monday night. Laurel County Sheriff's deputies attempted to stop a vehicle believed to have someone inside involved in an earlier pursuit that night. When they turned around to stop the vehicle it sped up and... Read more »
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office is reporting the arrest of a man who escaped deputies during a dangerous pursuit Monday night. Deputies arrested 48 year old James "Jamie" Harrison on Elmwood Court off Hicks Lane near London. The pursuit... Read more »
A man was airlifted following a single car crash in Knox County. Police say the crash happened near Flat Lick on US 25 E near the Knox-Bell County line. 54 year old Timothy Owens was flown to the University of Tennessee Medical Center. Owens reportedly lost... Read more »
We had a great time at our Reds Caravan broadcast...it was a thrill for us to get to hang out with Marty Brennaman, Brayan Pena, J.J. Hoover, Scott Williamson and Phillip Ervin. Legendary Kentucky Wildcat basketball coach Joe B. Hall stopped by too. A great... Read more »
The boys 13th Region Tournament gets underway Wednesday night at the Arena in Corbin. It'll be Barbourville and Bell County at 6:30 followed by Williamsburg and Jackson County at 8. Thursday night at 6:30 it'll be Harlan County and Knox Central followed by... Read more »
Congratulations to our winners in our Simply About Singing competition at the Laurel County Fair...Carly Lloyd won the $300.00 first prize sponsored by Tincher Williams-Find New Roads, Johnny Holland won the $200.00 second prize sponsored by Kentucky Splash Pools and... Read more »