|City of license||Kilmarnock, Virginia|
|Broadcast area||Northern Neck|
|Branding||"101-7 Bay FM"|
|First air date||1975|
|Callsign meaning||W Kilmarnock White Stone Irvington|
|Owner||Two Rivers Communications, Inc.|
WKWI is an Adult Contemporary formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Kilmarnock, Virginia, serving the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula. WKWI is owned and operated by Two Rivers Communications, Inc.
WKWI first came on in 1975. Its first Program Director was Raymond "Chip" Cook, who was later with WHAP Hopewell, and WSSV Petersburg, along with Richmond stations WMXB, WKHK, WRVQ, and WRVA. Cook's was the first voice heard on the station. WKWI was also Cook's very first commercial radio job.