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..."
Students and parents came together last week to talk about whether young people feel safe at school during a WFDD town hall focused on teen voices.
88.5 WFDD has been honored with two regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, including "Overall Excellence" and "Newscast" categories.
This is “Unsafe Haven,” a 30-minute documentary produced by WFDD's David Ford, who reports on what happened in the aftermath of the fire and the questions that remain.
Denise Franklin was with 88.5 WFDD radio for over a decade, leaving in 2012.
www.wfdd.org/story/virus-kills-cancerA team of biomedical engineers, including Duke University Pratt School of Engineering's Dean, Dr. Ravi Bellamkonda, has programmed Salmonella bacteria to seek and destroy brain cancer.
I. NEW SCHOOL VOUCHERS STIR CONTROVERSY
Rita Haire is a former principal and now director of advancement at the private, faith-based High Point Christian Academy. It's a school that has more than 500 students, but Haire says that the sagging economy and trends in charter schools and home schooling have chipped away at enrollment over the last few years.