Welcome Diana Gonzalez

15 hours ago

WQCS would like to welcome Diana Gonzalez as the Development Specialist & Special Events. As the head of the Development Department, Diana manages WQCS fundraising plan including membership, donor relations, major gift, and planned giving. She also oversees special events and marketing for the station. She can be contacted at 772-462-7813 / dgonzale@wqcs.org

Organ Donation Awareness

Jill Roberts talks with Dr. Neerja Agrawal of Cleveland Clinic Florida Transplant Center. You can find out more about organ transplants by clicking HERE.
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Treasure Coast Essay

Pickleball!

May 2, 2016

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about Pickleball.  What’s that?  It’s like tennis and badminton, but played with a paddle like ping pong and with a projectile like a Wiffle ball.  It is popular in Palm Beach County and is catching on along the Treasure Coast.  Pickleball shares tennis courts in Indian River County at Schuman Drive Park, Riverside Park and Pocahontas Park.  Sebastian is considering options and will decide when and where to build Pickleball courts and how much to spend on them.  Seniors love Pickleball because it calls for tennis skills but is slower and les

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One of the country's most outspoken abortion providers has filed a civil rights complaint against the hospital where she works, saying that it has wrongly banned her from giving media interviews.

Thu May 5, 2016 HYDRA

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Not quite a hundred years ago, professional astronomers established eighty-eight official constellations in the sky. 48 of these star patterns had been recognized since antiquity; the rest were invented by navigators and star chart makers, beginning in the 16th century. One of the ancient constellations, recognized by the ancient Greeks is Hydra, and it is the longest and largest of all the star-figures in the heavens.

Lake Okeechobee And The Indian River Lagoon

10 hours ago

Amy Green reports on the connection between Lake Okeechobee and the health of the Indian River Lagoon.

Muck In The Indian River Lagoon

10 hours ago

Amy Green of WMFE examines the muck that exists in much of the Indian River Lagoon.

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Skywatch With Jon Bell

Thu May 5, 2016 HYDRA

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Not quite a hundred years ago, professional astronomers established eighty-eight official constellations in the sky. 48 of these star patterns had been recognized since antiquity; the rest were invented by navigators and star chart makers, beginning in the 16th century. One of the ancient constellations, recognized by the ancient Greeks is Hydra, and it is the longest and largest of all the star-figures in the heavens.

The Moth Radio Hour

A special Mother's Day edition of The Moth Radio Hour: Babies, Bees, Concerts and Contacts. Sunday afternoon at 2pm on 88.9FM and HD1.
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