Las Colinas Valley Radio first emerged after the smoke cleared in the 1992 Los Santos riots; an african-american Las Colinas local, known simply to the public as Roland utilised stolen equipment from local looting sprees to start off his pirate radio station. Given that he was born and raised on Ambrose Street, Roland had an undying loyalty to those interested in music in his community, using his music knowledge to raid the airwaves with the sounds of Las Colinas.
Today, Roland manages a successful licensed radio station, designed to help out young local artists such as KASINO B & Ron Ruger in their rise to stardom, giving their music as much time on the air as possible. The station has had links to the community within Las Colinas & Palomino Creek since it's origin, with some local guests present over the years. You can tune in with the frequency 40.4 ((/setstation 404))