Monday – Friday: 5:30am – 10am
We’re excited to welcome the newest member of our Q Morning Crew – Amanda Daughtry. Amanda is from Johnston County – JOCO! She has spent the last 10 years as a working singer-songwriter in Nashville and was a featured performer at some of Nashville’s most famous honky-tonks. She had the opportunity to tour with Alan Jackson and boy does she have some great stories to tell! She recently moved back to be closer to friends and family and has found a new home here at QDR.
Mike Wheless has been a mainstay on QDR for many years now. Mike is originally from Lee County and is a UNC grad. He lives in Knightdale with his wife Amy. He loves his Tarheels, his family, grilling, hanging out with friends, and being a part of your morning.
You can count on Mike and Amanda to put a smile on your face with laughter, fun-feel good stories, and great Country music.
Of course, we’ll make sure you know how to dress for the day and which way not to go with up-to-date traffic and weather with Captain Dave and Heather with Weather.
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Our QDR Hometown Hero of the week is Janice Jones, registered nurse from Garner. Janice was nominated by her daughter Brittney who says, “My momma deserves to be recognized because she is a nurse at Wake Med. My momma has been a nurse for over 22 years, she has worked in many different departments and…Continue Reading
Our QDR Hometown Hero of the week is Garland Hicks, assistant Chief of Corinth Vol. Fire Dept. Garland was nominated by Kenny Harp who says, “Garland started firefighting at the age of 19. He has put his heart and soul into his career and has a heart of gold when it comes to helping people.…Continue Reading
Our QDR Hometown Hero of the week is James Ellen lll, a paramedic supervisor with Halifax County EMS. James was nominated by his sister Kathryn who says, “My brother has grown up in EMS. He started volunteering with Enfield Rescue Squad when he was old enough to ride his bike to the station. He continues…Continue Reading
Our QDR Hometown Hero of the week is Addison Smith, a paramedic in Cary. Addison was nominated by Jennifer DeBrecht who says, “Addison Smith has been working as a medic for the past sixteen years. As his former EMS partner, I can attest that his compassion and patient advocacy go above and beyond all expectations. Addison is…Continue Reading