A controversial talk show host will soon have a home on Lubbock radio. Don Imus will be heard in the Hub City, on Newsradio 1420.
Back in April, Imus drew criticism for racist remarks made about the Rutger University women's basketball team. Since then, Imus has apologized, saying he is ready to get back to work.
"The real thing about Imus is he's an equal opportunity offender," said Dave Walker, owner of KJDL 1420. "And that's what radio is all about."
Imus will take the airwaves weekdays from six to nine each morning.
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