Currently, it broadcasts in an all-Spanish language format. The current format signed on at Midnight on September 1, 2006, but the station itself first went on the air over five years earlier.
102.3 FM signed on in March 2001 as WEJE, taking the calls and modern rock format of the former "Extreme 96.3," which changed to a country music format (96.3 has gone through several other changes since and is now WNHT). In September 2001, the station rebranded as "X102.3," with new calls (WXTW) following shortly afterward. Following a sale from Summit City Radio Group to Three Amigos Broadcasting, WXTW adopted its current format and call sign.