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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Education
5:45 pm
Wed June 25, 2014

Gov. McCrory Unveils '10th Hour' Plan for Teacher Raises

Gov. Pat McCrory says his plan gives teachers the respect they deserve.
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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory believes his new education bill gives teachers just what they want.

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Cell Phone Towers
5:40 am
Wed June 25, 2014

What You Need to Know to Testify at a WS Public Cell Tower Hearing

On June 26, Winston-Salem residents can learn what they can and can not say during a special use permit hearing for new cell phone towers.
Credit City of Winston-Salem

Before you can weigh in on a new cell phone tower in Winston-Salem, are you a resident in good standing? Find out at a public meeting.

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Crime
6:18 pm
Mon June 23, 2014

Triad Pastor Accepts Plea Deal in Death of 11-year-old Boy

Odina Wesley, mother of Hasani, states in court on June 23, 2014 that the family wants Billy Roger Bailey retried. She also says the family deeply objects to his sentence being reduced.
Photo by David Rolfe/Winston-Salem Journal

Local pastor avoids new trial, gets reduced sentence because of new evidence.

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Welcome GSO
11:45 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

Making Greensboro Feel Like Home For Everyone

Guilford County is home to 35,454 people who are foreign born.
Credit firstclassmovingcompany.com

Some residents in one part of the Triad want their community to be a new beginning for immigrants.

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Buck Steam Station
7:24 am
Thu June 19, 2014

Environmental Group Claims Carcinogenic Contaminents in Private Well Water Near Retired Duke Plant

This is one of four coal ash ponds at Duke Energy's Buck Steam Station in Rowan County. Environmental groups accuse Duke of knowing for years that waste from these ponds was and continues to contaminate the well water of about 150 nearby residents.
Credit Duke Energy

Coal ash waste from a retired Duke Energy plant is being connected to contaminated well water in Rowan County.

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