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1962–1966 1966–1972 1972–1976 1976–1979 1979–1982 1982–1986
1962–1966 1966–1972 1972–1976 1976–1979 1979–1982 1982–1986
1986–1990 1990–1998 1998–2006 2006–2013 2013–present  
1986–1990 1990–1998 1998–2006 2006–2013 2013–present

KCRL (-TV)

1962–1966

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Originally signed on the air on September 30, 1962 as KCRL-TV, a primary NBC affiliate on VHF channel 4.

1966–1972

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1972–1976

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1976–1982

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This Helvetica Black "4" was also used by many NBC affiliates at the time, including KNBC in Los Angeles, WCIV in Charleston, South Carolina, WNBC-TV in New York City, and WRC-TV in Washington, D.C.

1976–1979

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1979–1982

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The "-TV" suffix was omitted in 1982.

1982–1986

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1986–1990

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The station was purchased by the Las Vegas-based Sunbelt Communications Company (later Intermountain West Communications) in 1989.

KRNV (-DT)

1990–1998

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KCRL was renamed to the current KRNV on January 22, 1990.

1998–2013

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1998–2006

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This logo was also used by then-sister stations KYMA in Yuma, Arizona and KCWY in Casper.

2006–2013

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This logo style was also used by KVBC (now KSNV) in Las Vegas, KCWY in Casper, semi-satelite sister station KENV in Elko and then-sister station KYMA in Yuma. In 2009, the "-DT" callsigns were added alongside the rest of its then-sister stations. On November 22, 2013, the Hunt Valley, Maryland-based Sinclair Broadcast Group announced the acquisition of KRNV's non-license assets, for $26 million. Sinclair already owned Fox affiliate KRXI-TV (VHF channel 11) and operated MyNetworkTV (now independent) affiliate KAME-TV (UHF channel 21) in Reno. On December 19, it was announced that Cunningham Broadcasting will acquire the license assets of KRNV and KENV for $6.5 million. The sale was approved on September 22, 2017, and was completed on January 9, 2018.

2013–present

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