WARH (106.5 MHz FM) is a radio station licensed to Granite City, Illinois. WARH serves the St. Louis, Missouri, metropolitan area. WARH features a locally programmed adult hits format as "106.5 The Arch" using the primary slogan "It's All About The Variety" (formerly "70s, 80s, Whatever We Want"). The station's name pays tribute to the iconic Gateway Arch monument in downtown St. Louis on the western bank of the Mississippi River. The format is musically similar to the syndicated Jack FM stations in the U.S. & Canada. The major difference that distinguishes "The Arch" from the "Jack" branded stations is that "The Arch" uses a live and local airstaff around the clock, whereas "Jack" stations are for the most part without hosts. WARH is currently owned by Hubbard Broadcasting and broadcasts from studios in the St. Louis suburb of Creve Coeur, sending out a signal of 90,000 watts effective radiated power from its transmitter located near Resurrection Cemetery in Shrewsbury, Missouri.