WQCS Installing new Automation System

Jun 20, 2017

WQCS has installed a new Broadcast Automation System.    We appreciate your patience while we complete this conversion.  We  have replaced a damaged hard drive in our our online streaming server.  All feeds via tune in and our web page should be working.  For those using internet radios still unable to hear WQCS,  The URLs are below. .   We apologize for the inconvenience and interruptions in service.

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Florida Is Third In the Nation In Law Enforcement Officer Deaths In 2017

According to data from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund deaths of law enforcement officers are up 24 percent in the first six months of 2017 when compared with 2016 data. Improving relations between law enforcement officers and the community will be part of the mission of the National Law Enforcement Museum scheduled to open next fall. Find out more by clicking HERE.

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“Bob Hope: An American Treasure” Coming To The Elliot

Drew Mello talks with Jennifer Esler, President & CEO of the Elliot Museum in Stuart. The Elliot will be presenting an exhibition called “Bob Hope: An American Treasure,” produced by the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, beginning July 20th. For more information on the Elliot click here:

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Vero Beach – Building on lessons learned during the 2004 hits by hurricanes Frances and Jeanne, Indian River County officials uveil their new Emergency Operations Center.

Ft. Pierce, FL – Drew Mello talks with Annie Potts of the Treasure Coast Rowing Club about Learn to Row Day on Saturday, June 7th.

Vero Beach, FL. – Electronic communications helped Army Sgt.Steve Johnson stay in touch with his wife, Julie, while he was in Afghanistan.

Vero Beach, FL. – Electronic communications helped Army Sgt.Steve Johnson stay in touch with his wife, Julie, while he was in Afghanistan.

St. Lucie West, FL – Pen and ink helped Ed and Joy Bailey stay connected during his 15-month tour of duty with the Marines in Korea.


Treasure Coast – Vietnam Veteran Don Lucy tells us about communicating from the Vietnam War. In addition to letters, mail call now often included tape recordings.


Treasure Coast – Vietnam Veteran Don Lucy tells us how writing letters from Vietnam helped spark a life long love of writing and helped him deal with the stress of war.

Treasure Coast – Bob Parenti talks about not being able to keep the letters he received during World War II and Laurie Parenti makes her Sweetheart jealous by writing about a dance in one of her letters to him.

Treasure Coast – A box of long forgotten letters tells a tale of love and war during World War II.


Ft. Pierce, FL – Drew Mello talks with Adrienne Moore of the Florida Public Relations Association about their annual Media Conference.

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Treasure Coast Weather from The FPREN Storm Center

This Week's Treasure Coast Essay

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about safe drivers in Port St. Lucie.  It ranks among the top 10 cities for safe driving.  The 2017 Allstate America's Best Drivers Report looks at claims filed in the country’s 200 largest cities.  It shows that Port St. Lucie drivers are 17 percent less likely to be in a crash.  That's the eighth-best average in the U.S.

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