Kathryn Mobley


"Give her ten minutes and she'll know about your first fight in elementary school, the night you did some fast talking to keep you and your friend out of jail, and the secret love who got away.  She's never met a stranger."

That's how many people describe WFDD's Senior Producer, Kathryn Mobley.  She produces WFDD's award-winning Real People, Real Stories that features personal essays from some of Piedmont's most interesting residents.  Ms. Mobley has also earned local, regional and national awards for several feature stories and news series.


Health & Safety
8:22 pm
Mon September 29, 2014

Cone Health Plans New Women's Hospital

Artists rendering for new Women's Hospital on main campus of Moses Cone Memorial Hospital. The facility is projected to open by early 2019.
Credit Cone Health

Greensboro's Women's Hospital is moving to the campus of Moses Cone Memorial Hospital.

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4:43 pm
Fri September 26, 2014

'People Connections': More Sidewalks, Bikeways Coming To Greensboro

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Greensboro is moving forward with several pedestrian projects.

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3:28 pm
Thu September 25, 2014

Police: Greensboro Still Safe Despite Recent Murders

Greensboro's recent murders are not related, police say.
Credit Greensboro Police Department

There have been seven murder cases this month alone. Greensboro police officers say three arrests have been made as well as other efforts to protect the community.  

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Health & Safety
8:18 pm
Wed September 24, 2014

Changing The Hazing Culture

A lawsuit alleging that the death of High Point University student Robert Eugene Tipton Jr. was due to fraternity hazing has been dismissed, but his family plans to file suit again to include the university.
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Incidences of hazing happen all the time, but the problem can be difficult to gauge because many involved practice a strict code of silence. 

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8:52 pm
Tue September 23, 2014

Governor's Road Projects May Outstretch Funding

Governor McCrory wants to boost North Carolina's economy through better roads connecting rural and urban areas.
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Governor Pat McCrory's plan to borrow a billion dollars for road projects still won't pay for everything.

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