Reflections on being a Father and a son
9:05 am
Wed June 13, 2012

Reflections on being a father, and a son

Jon Bell is usually heard on WQCS as the host of Sky Watch, our weekday update on what can be seen in the night sky, but today, as Fathers Day approaches, he reflects on his two different roles as both Father and son.

Father and Child Connection Program
3:44 pm
Tue June 12, 2012

St Lucie County Father and Child Connection program helps Dads.

There are any number of reasons men come to the program which aims to help them build relationships with their children, step-children or other kids in their life.

voter rolls
2:44 pm
Mon June 11, 2012

The battle continues over whether or not to purge Florida's voter rolls.

Suspected ineligible voters have been ordered removed by the governor; however, some elections supervisors have found many names on the list are actually eligible voters.  What should you do if you show up to the polls and are told you're ineligible?

Scams aganist Veterans
12:34 pm
Thu June 7, 2012

Area Veterans in nursing homes target of unscrupulous investors

Congressman Tom Rooney is warning of people going into nursing homes to get Veterans to invest their pension in high risk investments.  Such activity has been reported in the Stuart area.  Contact the Congressman's office at 202-225-5792 or at to report this or any other scam against veterans.  If you don't live in Congressman Rooney's district, he recommends contacting your congressman. 

fertilizer ban
11:27 am
Thu May 31, 2012

Fertilizer ban goes into effect in unincorporated Martin County June 1

Martin County's Deborah Dunn explains the ordinance banning pesticides with nitrogen and/or phosphorus from June 1 though Sept. 30 in unincorporated Martin County.  To find out if your home is in the ban area click here. To read the entire ordinance click here

Sportsman's Park
2:05 pm
Wed May 30, 2012

Basketball courts at Port St. Lucie's Sportsman's Park to reopen on Friday

A free court pass will now be needed after 3:30 p.m..

2:03 pm
Wed May 30, 2012

New police cars are on the road

Law enforcement officials test drive the new Ford Interceptor in Ft. Pierce.

WQCS Local
8:02 am
Wed May 23, 2012

Hunger increases among older Americans.

While an increasing number of our elderly residents may be going hungry, the Treasure Coast Food Bank is making efforts to help with a mobile food bank.

7:59 am
Wed May 23, 2012

Two Indian River ballet students plan a career on their toes.

While many young girls dream of being a ballerina, Emily Slawsky is making that dream a reality. She takes lessons, along with Michael Perrault, from Hedi Khursandi who is also a teacher at Indian River Charter High School.

WQCS Local
3:03 pm
Wed May 16, 2012

FPL gets ready for hurricane season

The company unveils its new command center, built to withstand a category 5 storm.