KPXL-TV, virtual and UHF digital channel 26, is an Ion Television owned-and-operated television station serving San Antonio, Texas, United States that is licensed to Uvalde. The station is owned by Ion Media Networks. KPXL-TV's offices are located on Bandera Road (between Loop 410 and Highway 16) in northwest San Antonio, and its transmitter is located off Highway 173/RM Road 689 on the Medina–Bandera County line (west-northwest of Lakehills). On cable, the station is available on Charter Spectrum channel 2, Grande Communications channel 3, and AT&T U-verse channel 26.

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The station first signed on the air on February 19, 1999; KPXL was built and signed on by Paxson Communications (the forerunner to Ion Media Networks) as an owned-and-operated station of Ion Television predecessor Pax TV.


TV stations in Texas
KPXB, Conroe

KPXL, Uvalde
KXAN-DT3, Austin
KPXD, Arlington
KAUZ-DT3, Wichita Falls
KCEN-DT5, Temple
KXII-DT4, Sherman
KBMT-LD6, Beaumont
KNVO-DT4, McAllen
KEYU-DT3, Amarillo
KAVU-DT5, Victoria
KJTV-DT3, Lubbock
KTAB-DT4, Abilene
KIII-DT3, Corpus Christi
KOSA-DT4, Odessa
KVIA-DT3, El Paso

TV stations in inland South Texas, including San Antonio
KCWX 2 (MNTV)
WOAI 4 (NBC)
KENS 5 (CBS)
KVFW-LD 6 (Ind)
KLRN 9 (PBS)
KYVV 10 (GRIT)
KSAT 12 (ABC)
K27LF-D 14 (3ABN)
KNIC 17 (UMas)
KOBS-LD 19 (BOUNCE)
KRTX-LP 20 (HEARTLAND)
KHCE 23 (TBN)
KVAW 24 (Ind)
KGMM-CD 24 (Info)
KPXL 26 (Ion)
KABB 29 (Fox)
KVDF-CD 31 (AZA)
KMYS 35 (CW)
KISA-LD 40 (QVC)
KWEX 41 (UNI)
KQVE-LP 46 (Daystar)
KVDA 60 (TLM)
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