The night sky can be an awe-inspiring thing. But the view we get depends on a variety of factors.
3:26pm Sep 26, 2019Environment Environment
6:00am Aug 21, 2019Environment Environment Human Interest
7:00am Jul 25, 2019Human Interest Human Interest
Our latest Carolina Curious provides a close-up look at the way we talk.
7:41am Jun 20, 2019Economy Economy Transportation
Our Carolina Curious series continues with a look at what may be the future of roadway travel: vehicles that run on electricity.
WFDD listener David Kaplan says, "I’m concerned about batteries that are used in hybrid and all-electric cars. Since they can’t be recycled, where do they end up? Are they in landfills?"
8:59am Apr 24, 2019Health & Safety Health & Safety
Over the past few months, WFDD has received several questions from listeners about housing issues. Despite its continued growth, the Triad has some of the highest eviction rates in the country.
One reason? Lack of affordable housing.
7:41am Mar 12, 2019Economy Economy Environment Human Interest
Winston-Salem resident Stephanie Bennett is a WFDD listener and wants to know more about something that most of us do every day. She's serious about recycling but doesn’t understand why it can be s
7:38am Feb 19, 2019Politics & Government Politics & Government
There’s been a lot of talk over the last few years about who should be drawing North Carolina’s legislative districts and how it might be done.
7:38am Jan 30, 2019Politics & Government Politics & Government
Late last year, the State Board of Elections began an investigation into North Carolina's 9th Congressional District because of potential voting irregularities.
4:45pm Dec 07, 2018Human Interest Human Interest
As the Triad prepares for potentially heavy snow this weekend, people at the North Carolina Department of Transportation are getting ready too.
7:38am Nov 27, 2018Human Interest Human Interest
Earlier this year, we aired a Carolina Curious edition about the origins of the word “Cackalacky.”
11:42am Oct 31, 2018Politics & Government Politics & Government
Chances are, sometime in recent days, you’ve seen or heard a political ad.
7:00am Aug 31, 2018Economy Economy Politics & Government
Industrial hemp has fallen in and out of favor since George Washington first cultivated the fiber on his Mt. Vernon farm, using it to make items such as rope and canvas sails.