This is the KOTA FOX HDTV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Rapid City Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|3:00 AM||The King of Queens |
Doug gets burned when he roasts his boss at a banquet and really, really insults him. Tom Amandes, Carol Ann Susi, David Stenstrom.
|3:30 AM||The King of Queens |
Doug and Carrie recall buying their house almost 10 years earlier. Lauri Johnson, Nikki Tyler-Flynn, Jonathan Bray.
|4:00 AM||Carcass |
Bringing extraordinary automotive projects back to life--for those into fabrication, performance and fun on four wheels, we've got you covered
|4:30 AM||Music City Trucks |
Brandon Burke and Marc Christ mix Nashville's excitement and flavor with truck builds.
|5:00 AM||Detroit Muscle |
A step-by-step look at projects for restoring and modifying muscle cars.
|5:30 AM||Engine Power |
Pro engine building tips and secrets on assembling and tuning everything from mild performance street engines to full-race monsters.
|6:00 AM||Hearts of Heroes |
Inspiring stories of rescuers and survivors of natural disasters and perilous conditions.
|6:30 AM||Rock the Park |
A trip to northern Minnesota to live like voyageurs from the past. Included: canoeing across the lakes; catching one's own food.
|7:00 AM||Rock the Park |
The guys explore all aspects of glaciers as they hike and crawl on them, as well as crawl under them.
|7:30 AM||Did I Mention Invention? |
Host Alie Ward shows us: 3D printed statues of people and pets. The mother making sure all children can walk with their parents. Tunnels of sound with directional speakers. And, the inventors of Clear Solar Panels, that look like glass.
|8:00 AM||BIG Noon Kickoff |
Previewing the day's top college football action. Rob Stone hosts with Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Brady Quinn and Bob Stoops.
|10:00 AM||College Football: Oklahoma State at Texas |
Oklahoma State at Texas. From DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium.
|1:30 PM||Open House new |
|2:00 PM||Beautiful Homes and Great Estates new |
|2:30 PM||Today's Homeowner |
A garage is updated.
|3:00 PM||Real Green |
Recycling paint; early-warning water system; manufacturing eco-friendly greeting cards; recycling aluminum cans.
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