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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2:35 pm
Mon August 26, 2013

More Cameras Watching Triad Drivers

More Triad school buses are armed with external cameras. They're being used to record drivers who pass stopped buses with flashing lights and an extended stop arm that are picking up and dropping off students.
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Today, smile as you drive past a stopped school bus with lights flashing. You just might get your picture taken.

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11:33 am
Mon August 26, 2013

Protestors Give Voice to North Carolina Struggles

In 1963, hundreds of thousands of people from across the country rally in Washington, D.C. Many from the Triad joined the demonstrations to gain more national rights for African Americans.
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The Moral Monday social movement is coming to the Triad - with a twist. 

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10:50 am
Thu August 22, 2013

Thousands of GCS Students, Teachers Go Digital

Guilford County Schools is spending about $30 million to buy new tablets for 6th-8th graders and teachers at 18 middle schools. They will allow students to remote into class while also enabling teachers to see instantly which students understand which concepts. The districts remaining 6 middle schools will get tablets next year.
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Guilford County’s middle school students and teachers will have a new tool this year.

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3:21 am
Wed August 21, 2013

Carving Out an International Presence

More than 200 Piedmont businesses are players in the international commerce scene.
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Pushing the Piedmont further onto the world's economic stage.

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5:10 pm
Fri August 9, 2013

Fight to Sink Jordan Lake Rules

The lake is impaired because it has an abundance of chlorophyll which produces algae. But state leaders say water treatment plants make it safe for drinking.
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Efforts to clean up the Jordan Lake may stall if a bill becomes law.

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