WLS (890 kHz) is a AM radio station located in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Owned by Cumulus Media along with WLS-FM (94.7 MHz), the station broadcasts on a clear-channel frequency with 50 kilowatts (or 50,000 watts) of power. WLS maintains its studios in The Loop section of Chicago, and its transmitting towers are located on the south edge of Tinley Park, Illinois. WLS is currently a talk radio station, with its programming consisting of about half local talk shows such as Don Wade and Roma and The Roe Conn Show, and the rest syndicated programming such as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Adam Bold Coast to Coast AM, Red Eye Radio, Wall Street Journal This Morning, Kim Komando and others. WLS also covers Notre Dame Fighting Irish football and basketball, and has carried it for many years.