No longer on the air as KIMO, this station changed its call sign to KYUR on January 1, 2010. Under different call signs, the station
was a full service television station broadcasting to Anchorage, Alaska on analog channel 12 from 1967 until the digital transition in 2010. It signed on the air as KHAR-TV in 1967 as the third television station in Anchorage, owned by Sourdough Broadcasters, Inc. as an independent station. In 1970, it became an NBC (National Broadcasting Company) affiliate, then changed affiliations later that year to ABC (American Broadcasting Company), when it changed its call sign to KIMO. During the 1970s, KIMO also broadcast programming from PBS (Public Broadcasting Service). The station became the flagship of the "Alaska's Superstation" network in 1995 until its sale in 2010 to Vision Alaska LLC, then to Coastal Television, which changed the call sign to KYUR.