Tina Terry, WSOCTV

Tina Terry


Charlotte, NC, United States

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Past articles by Tina:

Tenants at apartments in Salisbury being forced to move

Several people at Eaman Park apartments said they just found out last week that they have to move. → Read More

Can’t make your vaccine appointment? Be sure to cancel ahead of time

Novant Health is asking people who have vaccine appointments to make sure they cancel ahead of time if they can’t make. → Read More

Local pharmacy getting 900 Johnson & Johnson doses; hosting vaccination events

Moose Pharmacy, which has stores from Concord to Monroe, told Channel 9 it’s getting 900 Johnson & Johnson doses this week and plans to administer the shots at two community events this weekend. → Read More

‘I was in shock’: Man recalls being shot by police along street in Pineville

Before Monday afternoon’s news briefing, Channel 9 was the first to get access to police body camera video from that shooting. → Read More

Having trouble getting a vaccine appointment? Here’s what to know about scheduling one

The race to vaccinate has taken another step forward in North Carolina. → Read More

‘It’s convenient’: Rural pharmacies get vaccine doses to distribute

The White House recently announced the weekly vaccine supply to states is increasing by 1 million doses, which is 14.5 million doses split between the states starting next week. → Read More

Rowan County leaders mobilize in hopes of organizing their own mass vaccination site

Rowan County’s health department has been getting about 300 COVID-19 vaccine doses a week from the state and some county leaders say that’s not good enough. → Read More

Novant’s new clinic in east Charlotte will help vaccinate underserved communities

Novant Health announced plans Tuesday to open a new facility focused on helping vaccinate underserved communities. → Read More

Local county works to vaccinate current groups before educators become eligible next week

Rowan County health officials are trying to get as many people in Groups 1 and 2 as they can to sign up for a vaccination before educators become eligible next week. → Read More

Drivers caught on camera blocking I-77, performing burnouts, stunts

Video posted on social media shows dozens of people stuck in the backups while others are seen recording the stunts. → Read More

Local elementary school hosts parade to encourage students during pandemic

Teachers and staff at Renaissance West Steam Academy hit the streets for a parade Wednesday to offer encouragement to students during the pandemic. → Read More

‘Rural counties are getting zero vaccines’: NC lawmakers want answers about slow rollout

Those complaints have now reached North Carolina lawmakers who want the same answers we do. → Read More

Experts emphasize vigilance with COVID-19 variants in community

An expeAn expert at UNC Charlotte said people will have to work harder to protect themselves against the COVID-19 variants found in the Carolinas.rt at UNC Charlotte said people will have to work harder to protect themselves against the COVID-19 variants found in the Carolinas. → Read More

COVID-19: Woman claims nursing home conditions may have led to mother’s death

Residents and staff at nursing homes in North Carolina are now in line to get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Kannapolis mother of 4 forced to leave apartment after huge leak, roaches

A Kannapolis woman and her four children have been forced out of her apartment after a massive water leak and a roach infestation, she says. → Read More

Pandemic may have contributed to local baby boom, experts say

The pandemic may have contributed to a local surge in babies, Novant Health Presbyterian doctors said. Novant is reporting somewhat of a baby boom this year. → Read More

Army vet first to get vaccinated after Salisbury VA gets shipment

The Salisbury VA Medical Center received thousands of doses of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines Tuesday. → Read More

‘Absolutely draining’: Hospitals, staff strained as COVID-19 cases skyrocket

The number of people with COVID-19 at area hospitals are on the rise. Some are running out of beds in the dire situation. → Read More

Rowan County health officials prepare to get Pfizer vaccine

The Pfizer vaccine shot could be administered as early as next week if approved but could be a challenge getting it to rural areas. → Read More

Nonprofit suing courts for not doing enough to protect NC families from evictions

A non-profit law firm in North Carolina is going after local courts for not doing enough to protect families from eviction. → Read More