Joseph Holloway, CBS 17

Joseph Holloway

CBS 17

Raleigh, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Joseph:

East End Connector opens in Durham, will relieve congestion, leaders say

The Durham community is celebrating the opening of the East End Connector in Durham. → Read More

Rep. Ross, NC Dems speak out after Roe v. Wade overturned

They spoke at a news conference Wednesday morning and CBS 17 asked Ross if anything is in the works to fight the decision. → Read More

New survey shows what NC residents’ think of our state

A North Carolina nonprofit is releasing the results of a new survey looking at what North Carolinians think about the state and if we’re moving in the right direction. → Read More

Refugee welcome center officially opens in Raleigh

A Raleigh nonprofit is celebrating the grand opening of its refugee welcome center. → Read More

Triangle hospitals brought in billions during pandemic: report

The hospitals also took $1.5 billion in COVID relief funds meant for struggling hospitals, namely those in rural communities. → Read More

Non-discrimination ordinance main focus of Holly Springs' meeting despite not being on agenda

Some people in Holly Springs are continuing to call for town leaders to implement a nondiscrimination ordinance and rallied outside Tuesday’s town council meeting to make their voices heard. → Read More

Chapel Hill Transit renames headquarters after former mayor, wife

Chapel Hill Transit is honoring the town’s first and only Black mayor by naming its transit headquarters after him and his wife. → Read More

Rent Too High for College Students; NC State Housing Waitlist Grows

NC State executive housing director Donna McGalliard tells CBS 17 the university’s housing waitlist for the fall is longer than usual. → Read More

Vehicle A/C repairs rise with the temperature

Mechanics are seeing a surge of people needing air conditioning repairs as the temperatures approach triple digits. → Read More

Raleigh residents, Red Cross give tips on how they're beating this week's high heat

With heat advisories Monday and Tuesday, a lot of people were getting outside earlier in the day before it got hot. → Read More

Gas tops $5; how high will prices go?

We haven’t hit $5 per gallon here in central North Carolina, but we’re not far from it. Experts say this is just the beginning. → Read More

Holly Springs vaccine manufacturer expands facility, brings jobs to area

A vaccine manufacturer in Holly Springs is expanding its facility with plans to create millions of flu vaccine syringes ahead of the upcoming flu season. → Read More

Welcome Center for Refugees Coming to Raleigh

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Hundreds of refugees have arrived in the Triangle over the last few months and a Raleigh nonprofit will soon open a place where they can get plugged into the community. → Read More

RDU experiences delays as the summer travel season begins

FlightAware reported more than 400 cancellations in the U.S. yesterday, according to FlightAware. There have been several delays at RDU as of Tuesday, but not many cancellations. → Read More

Energy prices will keep rising into the summer; can leaders change this?

Energy prices have been on the rise for months now and experts say there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight. → Read More

Durham siblings join Pfizer vaccine study

Their mother told CBS 17 she will find out on June 13 whether her sons received the real vaccine or the placebo. → Read More

Funding secured for Raleigh walking and biking trails

Two areas of Raleigh will soon be connected by walking and biking trails. → Read More

Durham Tech offering family caregiver course

Durham Tech is now offering a class to help people learn the ins and outs of being a caregiver. → Read More

South Orange Rescue Squad donates ambulance to help teach high school students

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — The South Orange Rescue Squad is donating one ambulance to teach Chapel Hill High School students who want to be EMTs. The high school held a ceremony Thursday where the rescue squad handed over the keys and title for the new ambulance. It said it used the truck to train hundreds […] → Read More

Former President Trump’s influence on NC elections

We’re digging deeper into how former President Donald Trump’s impact on the primary election and candidates in North Carolina races. → Read More