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KHTV

1967–1981

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KHTV began broadcasting on Monday, January 2, New Year's Day 1967 with a slide on Channel 39 announcing the new station, accompanied by an advertising campaign. The station began regular programming immediately after.

1981–1983

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1983–1987

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1987–1992

1987–1990

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This logo was similar to Fox-affiliated stations' logo including nearby station KRIV used from 1986 until 1994, despite being an independent station until 1995.

1990–1992

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1992–1995

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1995–1996

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Tribune Broadcasting acquired KHTV from Gaylord Broadcasting (owner of then-superstation KTVT in Dallas–Fort Worth) and became The WB affiliate on September 20, 1995.

1996–1999

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KHWB

1999–2003, 2003–2004 (primary)

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By the fall of 1999, Channel 39 changed its station call letters to KHWB to reflect their affiliation with The WB and turned into a part-time flagship station of network.

2003–2004 (secondary), 2004–April 2006

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KHCW

April-September 2006

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September 2006–2008

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KIAH

2008

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2008–2011

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2011

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2011–2017

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2017–2018

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2018–2020

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This logo continues to be used as a secondary logo even after debuting a new one on August 20, 2020.

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2020–present

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