KSER sounds interesting. I’ll have to see whether I can get an internet stream from them.
KLO in the Salt Lake City area plays old-time radio programs for an hour or two each night. I can receive their AM transmission fairly well after sunset. They offer an internet stream, but generally I can’t get it to play. I don’t love streaming radio anyway, as compared to actual radio, and I can’t afford streaming data anyway.
I like jazz, and KJZZ here plays jazz on their HD-2 channel. They also produce a local jazz program that they play on HD-1 in the evenings. They are an NPR station, and they stream both their HD-1 (which is talk other than the evening jazz program and a weekly blues program) and HD-2 channels on the internet.
I also like NHL hockey, and all the Arizona Coyotes’ games are on local radio. AM 910 broadcasts them and they used to broadcast in HD, but they power down at night. The good part is that KESZ FM broadcasts all the games (live) on their HD-2 channel. During the sports shutdown, they were broadcasting previous-season games in lieu of the cancelled games. That was neat. They don’t stream the NHL games, of course. You need an NHL account for that.
There’s an interesting station in Tucson that’s locally owned and operated that I like. I can hear their AM broadcast on 830 AM (KDRI) during the day west of Phoenix. At night they power down so KLAA overpowers them. They stream over the internet, though. The music skews a bit older than I am, but the DJs are entertaining.