If you're a regular listener to the station, chances are you're well familiar with on-air announcements that begin: “Support for WFDD comes from..."
Winston-Salem City Council recently approved speed limit reductions on nine area streets. Resident Laura Laxton would have liked to see her street on that list too.
The night sky can be an awe-inspiring thing. But the view we get depends on a variety of factors.
Our latest Carolina Curious provides a close-up look at the way we talk.
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?"
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.
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
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.