Late last month, Forsyth County announced that 20% of its COVID-19 tests were coming back positive. It was more than double the rate the state had calculated for the county.
As of Thursday, nearly 2,500 North Carolinians have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began. More than 150 of those deaths were of Guilford County residents.
Governor Roy Cooper has said his administration is relying on science and data to make decisions about how to keep the public safe from COVID-19.
Revenue declines brought on by the pandemic have put many state projects on hold, including some roadwork. A WFDD listener was wondering about one of these.
This month on "Carolina Curious," we've been taking a look at how language is used to deflect from the truth
After a primary or an election, data is quickly available about how certain demographics voted. WFDD listener Susan DeVaney wants to know where this information comes from. WFDD finds out in this quick edition of Carolina Curious.
Early voting is underway and many people are seeing a dizzying number of names on their ballots.
Many Triad parents were greeted with a flurry of messages Wednesday announcing weather-related changes to school schedules.
This time of year, it's hard to spot many insects buzzing around the Triad. But can we expect them all to return when the weather warms up? That's what listener Don Rumsey wanted to know.