Public radio station WQCS 88.9 FM will be one of 10 public radio stations in Florida broadcasting the upcoming Fall Gubernatorial Debate between Governor Rick Scott and former Governor Charlie Crist, scheduled for Wednesday, October 15th.
Scott and Crist will meet on stage for the one-hour debate at 7 p.m. at Bailey Hall auditorium at Broward College in Davie. WFOR/CBS4 anchor Eliott Rodriguez will serve as moderator for the debate.
Due to a 2010 state law, voters in St. Lucie, Martin, Okeechobee and Palm Beach counties will decide the fate of each county's Children's Services Council as they cast their ballot this November. The councils provide funding to many local programs for children and families.
WQCS is listener supported public radio locally owned and operated right here on the Treasure Coast. Our mission is to provide public service programming that informs, educates and entertains the community.
For some, we are the only source of classical music. For some others, we are the only source of local, national and international news.
WQCS is also a member of the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network and is designated by the state as the Emergency Alert Radio Station for the area.
I’m a sucker for lists of places designated as “the best” or “the most.” You know, like “the best places to retire.” USA Today recently named downtown Fort Pierce as one of the most “idyllic and historic main streets in the country.” The newspaper said: “Swaying palm trees line the sidewalks, and the atmosphere evokes the early 1900s when the city came into its own.” The article noted that in 2011 Fort Pierce won a Great American Main Street Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Of course, there is no Main Street in downtown Fort Pierce. “Main Street” is meant as a
For decades, coastal residents to the east and west of Lake Okeechobee have battled ecological damage caused by an influx of fresh water released from the lake. The releases safeguard the dike which encircles the lake. As Jill Roberts reports, many voters who live along the Indian River Lagoon on Florida’s east coast will have water issues on their mind as they cast their ballots this election season.