Broadcast areaLas Vegas Valley
Frequency92.7 MHz (HD Radio)
BrandingFuego 92.7
FormatBilingual Rhythmic Contemporary
First air date
November 1, 1990 (1990-11-01)
Former call signs
  • KAWA (1985-1989)
  • KRCY (1989-2002)
  • KQRT (2002-2003)
Technical information
Facility ID27982
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT587 meters (1,926 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
36°36′4″N 114°35′6″W / 36.60111°N 114.58500°W / 36.60111; -114.58500

KRRN (92.7 MHz, "Fuego 92.7") is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Moapa Valley, Nevada, and serving the Las Vegas metropolitan area. It broadcasts a Bilingual (English and Spanish) Rhythmic Contemporary format and is owned by Entravision Communications. The studios and offices are on East Pilot Road in Las Vegas, near Harry Reid International Airport.

KRRN has an effective radiated power (ERP) of 100,000 watts, the maximum for non-grandfathered FM stations. The transmitter is in Moapa Valley, off Interstate 15.[1] Programming is also heard on 20,000 watt booster station KRRN-2 on 92.7 MHz in Las Vegas.[2]


In 1983, the Federal Communications Commission granted an application to Hualapai Broadcasters to build a new radio station on 105.9 MHz in Kingman, Arizona. The station went on air November 1, 1990, as KRCY with an oldies format.[3]

In 2001, Spectrum Scan LLC purchased KRCY from Hualapai for $4 million.[4] A translator was added in Las Vegas before Entravision acquired KRCY the next year for moving in to Las Vegas.[5] It then changed the station's call sign to KQRT before announcing that it would move KRRN and its Spanish-language contemporary hit radio format from 105.1 MHz to 92.7 MHz.[6]

The Fuego brand was rolled out to Las Vegas on March 29, 2021, replacing adult contemporary La Suavecita.[7] Previous formats include adult hits as José, Regional Mexican El Gato ("The Cat"), and Spanish contemporary hit radio as Súper Estrella.[8]

Previous logos


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  3. ^ "KRCY(FM)" (PDF). Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook. 1993. p. B-17 – via World Radio History.
  4. ^ "Transactions" (PDF). Radio & Records. September 7, 2001. p. 6 – via World Radio History.
  5. ^ "Inside Business". Las Vegas Review-Journal. July 17, 2002. p. 2D. ProQuest 260152244.
  6. ^ "Inside Business". Las Vegas Review-Journal. December 2, 2002. p. 2D. ProQuest 260155497.
  7. ^ Venta, Lance (March 29, 2021). "Entravision Goes Fuego In Las Vegas & Palm Springs". RadioInsight.
  8. ^ "Entravision Launches Super Estrella In Three Markets". June 2, 2015.