This photo made on April 8, 2014 in Guantanamo Bay naval base and Joint Detention Facility, shows the McDonald's fast-food restaurant chain sign outside their first and only restaurant on Cuban soil. The restaurant was open in 1986 with a purpose to support morale, welfare and recreation activities for service personnel and their families. AFP PHOTO/MLADEN ANTONOV        (Photo credit should read MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP/Getty Images)

Let Us Guess Your Age Based On Your Fast Food Preferences

I found this quiz and I absolutely love it. After I took the quiz it told me I was 23, which everyone knows is the way to my heart. The only problem was when Courtney […]

103.7 KVIL–06/05/2015


Amazon Delivering To Select Dallas Cities In Less Than An Hour

Amazon just announced the cities here in Dallas they deliver to in less than an hour. Can you imagine ordering something and it showing up at your house in an hour. That is insane! They […]

103.7 KVIL–03/26/2015

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Fast Food And Restaurant Employees Confess The One Food You Should Never Order

When you go out to eat or through the drive through, you know there are things you shouldn’t eat. We just don’t like to think about it because it will gross us out. Well food […]

103.7 KVIL–02/24/2015

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Texas Set To Open The Fastest US Highway

Texas will soon be home to the fastest highway in the country. The Texas Transportation Commission has approved an 85 mph speed limit for a 41-mile-long toll toad near the I-35 corridor between Austin and […]



Fastest Texter In America Determined

A 17-year-old Wisconsin boy has been named the faster tester in America for the second year in a row. Tech Land is reporting that Austin Wierschke of Rhinelander, Wisconsin, has won the sixth annual U.S. […]


Fun Last Minute Halloween Costume Ideas

Code Orange! Code Orange! You still don’t have a Halloween costume for this year’s party?! Have no fear, friend, here are some quick, fun and easy costume ideas in case you’re stuck. Audrey Hepburn – […]


Gene And Julie Talk Speed

  Everything’s not only bigger in Texas, but apparently faster as well.  Texas may increase the speed limit in some areas of the state.