Kathryn Mobley

Reporter/Producer

"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.

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Food Insecurity
10:38 pm
Tue April 1, 2014

Community Kitchen Fights Hunger One Meal at a Time

F.A.R.M. Cafe mural painted by several Boone area artists.
F.A.R.M. Cafe

There’s a place in the Piedmont where you can enjoy a good meal and pay for it with a little elbow grease.

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Dan River Coal Ash
11:41 pm
Mon March 31, 2014

Duke Energy Prepares to Clean Dan River

On February 12, 2014, Duke Energy crewmen vacuum small area of toxic coal ash sludge from the Dan River.
Duke Energy

Duke Energy says it's ready to manage and dismantle its coal ash basins.

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Dan River Coal Ash
6:38 am
Thu March 27, 2014

Duke Energy Will Hire Independent Engineers to Tackle Coal Ash Issue

The energy giant says it is committed to cleaning up the Dan River spill site and will not increase customer rates to cover the expense.
Credit Duke Energy

Duke Energy is adding a new element to dealing with its coal ash basins.

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NC Roads
6:01 pm
Tue March 25, 2014

North Carolina Motorists Bear the Cost of Deficient Roadways

An anticipated drop in federal funding will force North Carolina and other states to delay and postpone some road and bridge repair projects.
Credit Kathryn Mobley / 88.5 WFDD

North Carolina's deteriorating road system is costing drivers billions of dollars.

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Business
6:35 pm
Thu March 20, 2014

Triad Adding to State's E V Charging Stations

In Winston-Salem, owners of hybrid cars do not have to pay to charge at the Main Street station. But City Sustainability Manager Wendell Hardin says beginning in May 2014, that will change. Drivers will pay between $1.50-$2.00 an hour.
City of Winston-Salem

Electric car owners can charge up in the Triad.

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