Kaze no Stigma (2007 - Current)
lit. "Stigma of the Wind") is a Japanese light novel series written by Takahiro Yamato and illustrated by Hanamaru Nanto. After the death of the author on July 20, 2009, the story remains incomplete at twelve volumes. A 24-episode anime adaptation directed by Junichi Sakata and animated by Gonzo...
KCAL-TV Newscasts (1948 - Current)
KCAL-TV in Los Angeles presently broadcasts a total of 32 and a half hours of locally produced news each week.
KCBS-TV Newscasts (1948 - Current)
KCBS-TV in Los Angeles presently broadcasts 30 hours of locally produced newscasts each week. Since 1948, KCBS-TV Channel 2 in Los Angeles had different kinds of it's newscast titles: Telenews (1948-1949) Fleetwood Lawton & The News (1950-1951) World News and KNXT News (1951-1960) The Big News...
KCNC-TV Newscasts (1953 - Current)
KCNC-TV in Denver presently broadcasts 30 hours and 25 minutes of locally produced newscasts each week.
KCRA-TV Newscasts (1955 - Current)
KCRA-TV in Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto presently broadcasts 42 and a half hours of locally produced newscasts each week. KCRA-TV has been using its news slogan: "Where The News Comes First" since December 1958. From 1960 to the 1990s, KCRA-TV referred to its newscasts as "Channel 3 Reports" instea...
KDFW-TV Newscasts (1949 - Current)
KDFW-TV presently broadcasts 47 hours of locally produced news each week throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex area.
KDKA-TV Newscasts (1949 - Current)
KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh presently broadcasts 37 hours of locally produced newscasts each week
KDVR-TV Newscasts (2000 - Current)
KDVR-TV in Denver presently broadcasts 47 and a half hours of locally produced newscasts each week.
Keeping Up Appearances (1990 - 1995)
Snobs have long been comady anti-heroes - Hancock was a snob, as were Basil Fawlty, Rupert Rigsby and even, in his rallies against 'inferior' racial minorities, Alf Garnett - but Hyacinth Bucket, which she insisted was pronounced 'bouquet', was the mother of all snobs. She was a barnstorming, interf...
The Keith Harris Show (1982 - 1990)
a comedy variety show on BBC TV featuring Keith Harris and Orville the Duck.