Have you ever driven to a favorite store or restaurant only to discover that the open sign is not lit up? Have you driven away, frustrated, wondering why?
There are hundreds of millions of people worldwide with mental health conditions. And according to the World Health Organization, most of them will never get care.
For the latest in our Carolina Curious series, we're taking a closer look at a major power the governor of North Carolina has.
Mount Airy may best be known as the inspiration for Mayberry, the town featured in The Andy Griffith Show.
The nicknames of the cities of the Triad generally don't take much thought to understand. But the source of Greensboro's moniker, "The Gate City," may be a little less clear.
The Radio Television Digital News Association has announced the winners of the 2017 regional Edward R. Murrow Award. WFDD received honors in four categories.
Listener Matthew Fedel asks: "Winston-Salem has a railroad running through it that's fallen into neglect. Why couldn't it be used as a commuter route, and what's the history of railroads in this area?" As WFDD's David Ford recently discovered, railroads built the Twin City, and could soon help shape it again.
[Correction: this morning, we misidentified the acronym for PART. It is Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation.]
Morning Edition host and self-appointed blinker crusader Neal Charnoff explores the question in our latest edition of Carolina Curious.