Phenix City, Alabama: WGSY 1460:
Calls changed from WHTY.
Hilo, Hawaii: KIPA 1060:
Requests daytime power reduction to 1kw and deletion of nighttime authority altogether. This would make it the only daytime-only station in Hawaii -- indeed, the only station in Hawaii whose daytime and nighttime facilities would differ.
The application doesn't say why. My guess is commonly-owned KLHT-1040 Honolulu would like to increase power, and would cause too much interference to KIPA to be approved.
Nashville, Tennessee: WLAC 1510:
Granted STA to operate at 12,500 watts or less, nondirectional, at night pending repairs to transmission lines. Daytime power remains 50,000 watts nondirectional.
Fort Worth, Texas: KHVN 970:
Requests permission to operate less than the minimum required schedule, for economic reasons.
Stations are required to operate at least 2/3 of the hours they're authorized to operate between 6am and 6pm; and at least 2/3 of authorized hours between 6pm and midnight.
KHVN is a Class B station, authorized to operate 24 hours a day. So its minimum schedule would be eight hours between 6am and 6pm; and four hours between 6pm and midnight. If operated in a single block, that would be 10am-10pm.
The station proposes to operate six hours daily between 6am and 6pm. (it doesn't specify which six hours)
Permission has been granted.