|City of license||Bettendorf, Iowa|
|Broadcast area||Quad Cities|
|Slogan||Today's Best Variety|
|Frequency||93.5 FM (MHz)|
|First air date||June 1989|
|Former callsigns||KBQC (1989-1990), KGLR (1990), KQCS (1990-1995), KORB (1995-2004)|
|Sister stations||WXLP, KBEA, KBOB-FM, KJOC|
KQCS is a radio station licensed to Bettendorf, Iowa, whose format is adult contemporary. The station's frequency is 93.5 MHz, and broadcasts at a power of 6 kW. The transmitter for KQCS is located on 205th Street in rural LeClaire in Scott County.
With an on-air date of 1989, early formats at the Bettendorf allocation for 93.5 FM included a community-based format, oldies and contemporary Christian music. From 1995-2004, the station was KORB-FM broadcasting an active rock format that is now heard on KBOB-FM. From 1997-2000, Howard Stern was broadcast in the morning on the station.