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11:55 am
Mon October 1, 2012

Citrus leader, war veteran George Hamner dies in Vero Beach at 88

A decorated soldier who fought in the Pacific during World War II, Hamner reminisced about the war in an interview with Janie Gould in 2010,  on the 65th anniversary of the war's end.  

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2:58 pm
Tue September 25, 2012

A look at the November ballot

A look at three proposed amendments on the November ballot.  Each would lower property taxes for low income senior citizens, military veterans and first responders.

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6:50 am
Thu September 6, 2012

Who gets in-state tuition at Florida colleges?

A judge rules children of illegal immigrants who are U.S. citizens should pay in-state tuition.

News
9:18 am
Tue September 4, 2012

Getting rid of invasive Lionfish

One way is a Lionfish derby. believe it or not.

Invasive species
9:16 am
Wed August 29, 2012

See a strange critter in your yard? The Nature Conservancy wants to know about it!

You can call 1-888-IVE GOT 1 to find out more.  That's because pythons roam beyond the Everglades and there are more invasive species than just pythons.  You can aslo find them on the web at 1888ivegot1.org

News
9:22 am
Mon August 27, 2012

Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive for Martin County's House of Hope

If you bought peanut butter and jelly in case Tropical Storm Isaac came our way but didn't use it, two Martin County youngsters have a great option to put those supplies to good use.

News
9:17 am
Thu August 23, 2012

Remembering Hurricane Andrew

Linda Meyer was on vacation when Hurricane Andrew hit her home.  She was visiting former WQCS Development Director Adrienne Moore and spent the storm in our studios as we aired updates and information.  Three days later she returned home.

News
12:12 pm
Wed August 22, 2012

Vero mother and daughter weathered Hurricane Andrew in Miami hospital

Emily Gibbons, then 12, had heart surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital two days before the storm struck, on Aug. 24, 1992.   

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12:02 pm
Wed August 22, 2012

Miami charter boat captain remembers post-Andrew visit to Bahamas

Now of Stuart, Ralph Baker says lights and other aids to navigation in the Bahamas had been blown away by the storm.  

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11:52 am
Wed August 22, 2012

Hurricane Andrew still vivid to woman whose home was near epicenter

Now a Treasure Coast resident, Tanya Sockol has never forgotten what the storm did to her unborn baby's newly decorated nursery at her home in Florida City.

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