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Programs 

Queen City Radio-WQCR 

Charlotte North Carolina's Premiere Radio Station 

The Midnight Hour Radio Show (Top 40 Music, Celebrity Interviews, Gospel Kreations). ( 6 am EST  to 8 am EST) and (6 pm EST to 8 pm EST). Monday-Friday.

Carribean Island Music Mix (Carribean Island Music, Dancehall). (10 am EST to 2 pm EST). Monday-Friday. 

Country In The Morning (Top 40 Country, Nashville). Monday-Friday. 

I Love Hip Hop R&B (Hip Hop R&B, Top 40)

Saturday (8 pm EST to 12 am EST)

Joyce Meyer Ministries.  (Gospel, Ministry, Talk, Music). 10 am EST t0 12 pm EST. Sunday. 
The Soul Train.  (Soul, Music, Classics). 2 pm EST to 6 pm EST. Sunday. Description: Radio Programming.(http://www.queencityradiowqcr.com).
Carolina Sports Network (Game Replays, Interviews, Sports News, North and South Carolina). 2 pm EST to 4 pm EST. Monday-Friday. Sunday 8 pm EST to 10 pm EST. Description: Radio Programming. (http://www.queencityradiowqcr.com).

Classic Rock Hits (Classic Rock, Top 40 Rock, 1970's and up). (10 pm EST to 12 am EST). Monday-Friday. 

TD Jakes Ministries. (Gospel, Ministry, Talk, Music).  8 am EST to 10 am EST. Sunday. Description: Radio Programming.
Jazz Central.  (Jazz, Music, Urban, Contemporary). 12 pm EST to 2 pm EST. Sunday. Description: Radio Programming.(http://www.queencityradiowqcr.com).
The Quiet Storm  (R& B, Love, Top 40). 
2 am EST to 6 am EST. Monday-Friday.. Description: Radio Programming.(http://www.queencityradiowqcr.com).
Bollywood Night Dance Party.  (Hindi, Music, Top 40). 11:30 pm EST to 12 am EST. Monday-Friday. Description: Radio Programming. (http://www.radioindiaworldwide.com).(http://www.queencityradiowqcr.com).
DURHAM (WTVD) --
Protesters in Durham blocked traffic on North Roxboro Street Tuesday evening. They are demanding a minimum wage increase to $15 an hour.

Led by the NAACP, demonstrators sat down in the road and chanted. Police in riot gear arrived soon after.  Our crew on the scene said at least 4 people had been arrested. One of the arrests was NC NAACP leader Rev. William Barber.  Earlier in the day, dozens of Triangle residents spent Tuesday night marching instead of working, some only making the minimum wage.

"I'm a single mother and quite frankly, I'm dying," said one fast food worker.

There were a series of rallies held throughout the Triangle. The protests are taking place across the country.

A small crowd gathered outside the governor's mansion urging Gov. Pat McCrory to make a change.

Demonstrators brought a megaphone and chanted, "If we don't get it, shut it down."
Hilda Edmundson helped lead the charge. She is a home health care worker and makes $9 an hour. At 52-years-old, she can't afford her own place and often lived with her clients.

"It's not a life for nobody, it really isn't," she said.
Conservatives believe such an increase could ruin our economy.

The John Locke Foundation, a nonprofit think tank, did a study recently and estimates the move could cost the state more than 330,000 jobs.

Spokesperson Mitch Kokai says employers won't be able to maintain their workforce with a $15 per hour.

Read more at http://abc11.com/news/protesters-demanding-wage-increase-block-durham-traffic/1631168/