Joe Bruno, WSOCTV

Joe Bruno

WSOCTV

Charlotte, NC, United States

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  • WSOCTV
  • Boston 25 News
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • WDBO
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WSB-TV
  • WPXI
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • KIRO 7
  • ActionNewsJax
  • and more…

Past articles by Joe:

‘Should be illegal’: Exit 3A on I-277 is challenging. When will it be fixed?

“Impossible.” “Shouldn’t be attempted.” “An obstacle course.” These are some of the ways people describe Interstate 277 Exit 3A. → Read More

Why are so many people trying to bring Wegmans grocery store to Charlotte?

A popular grocery store has people traveling hours to shop there, and even has a Facebook fan group. But why all the excitement about a supermarket? → Read More

Charlotte startup company creates COVID-19 vaccine registration platform

CHARLOTTE — The idea came to Addy Kapur 14 years ago. When his daughter was sick, he noticed his wife spent a lot of time in the morning trying to call doctors and schedule an appointment. He set out to create an easier way, and that’s how TimeTap was born. TimeTap has a diverse set of clients using the company’s online appointment scheduling software, from large companies, such as Facebook and… → Read More

Some in Group 4 now eligible to get COVID-19 vaccine in NC

CHARLOTTE — North Carolina is ahead of schedule, opening up the COVID-19 vaccine early to even more people. Gov. Roy Cooper said the state will expand eligibility to some members of Group 4, starting Wednesday -- one week earlier than expected. North Carolinians with chronic conditions and those living in congregate settings will now join the ranks of those eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.… → Read More

Need a vaccine appointment? Channel 9′s Joe Bruno tracks open slots

Channel 9′s Joe Bruno is working to help people find open appointments. These slots usually fill up quickly after he tweets. → Read More

Huntersville leaders vote to formally oppose Charlotte Moves plan and tax increase

Huntersville commissioners unanimously approved a resolution in opposition to the Charlotte Moves taskforce recommendation for a 1% sales tax increase to fund transit. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine appointments available in west Charlotte

COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available at StarMed in west Charlotte. → Read More

Huntersville leaders honor teens who discovered major gas leak

The town of Huntersville is thanking two teens for discovering an environmental catastrophe that could have been a lot worse. → Read More

Davidson neighbors fear Charlotte Water hookup will bring new development

Davidson town commissioners will vote on Tuesday night whether to extend Charlotte Water service to the Davidson Pointe neighborhood. → Read More

Friday Night Lights in February: High school football returns

High school football returned Friday night to the area, but CMS families will have to wait one more week until more fans are allowed in the gates. → Read More

‘It is all about the memories’: New executive order allows NC venues to increase fan capacity

The Kannapolis Cannon Ballers baseball team likes to say, “2020 was a kick in the Ballers.” → Read More

Cooper lifts curfew, eases gathering and occupancy limits: Here’s what’s changing

With cases and other key metrics trending downward in North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday announced the state will ease gathering and occupancy restrictions and end its 10 p.m. statewide curfew starting Friday. → Read More

Charlotte City Council elections may be delayed until 2022

CHARLOTTE — The city of Charlotte appears poised to delay elections until 2022 due to a late release of data from the US Census Bureau. Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau announced data won’t be released until September. The city of Charlotte needs that information to redraw districts. > Sounds like a vote on delaying the elections could come as soon as Monday if there is consensus #CLTCC —… → Read More

Michael Jordan’s new NASCAR team may set up shop in Huntersville

A prominent race team may set up shop in Huntersville. → Read More

Neighbors, city leaders against developer’s plan to build affordable apartments

CHARLOTTE — A nearly 10-acre plot of land on E. WT Harris Boulevard near District Drive and Shorthorn Street has been eyed for affordable housing. An Indianapolis workforce housing developer wants to build up to 98 units on the land. >> Remember, you can watch our radar/newscasts anytime at home on Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV “We believe this development will provide additional housing… → Read More

CATS to test new streetcars in uptown Charlotte

The Charlotte Area Transit System will be testing the new CityLynx Gold Line streetcars Wednesday night. → Read More

City hopes for fresh start for Red Line; Norfolk Southern says nothing has changed

Some town leaders oppose tax hike to fund light rail expansion → Read More

‘Really excited about it’: CMS students eligible to participate in swimming regionals this weekend

Eligible CMS student athletes will be able to participate in the swimming and diving regional championship over the weekend. → Read More

Fully vaccinated, Commissioner Vilma Leake now focusing on getting other seniors to do the same

The district two representative is passionate about her district and all who live in it. Fresh off her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Leake has now made it her mission to get as many seniors vaccinated as possible. → Read More

Why some places charge for COVID-19 tests when Mecklenburg County offers them for free

Mecklenburg County Health Director Gibbie Harris said free COVID-19 tests are widely available in the community and people should not have to pay for them. → Read More