Joe Bruno covers politics and breaking news for WSOC-TV.
The Elon University graduate has been a reporter in Charlotte since 2014.
Joe’s reporting has been honored with Cronkite, duPont, Emmy and Polk awards.
He is a member of the Forbes 30 Under 30 class of 2020.
Bruno’s reporting on the 9th Congressional District has been praised by the Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, ABC News and Columbia Journalism Review for helping break open the election fraud investigation.
The Washington Post did a feature article on Bruno calling his work, “the shoe-leather reporting boosting North Carolina’s explosive election fraud investigation.”
Bruno is originally from Philadelphia but is happy to be working in North Carolina.
Outside of work Bruno is a volunteer with Big Brothers Big and a youth and high school baseball umpire.
Bruno also enjoys hanging out with friends and going to music and sporting events.
To contact Joe, email him at Joe.Bruno@wsoc-tv.com or tweet at him @JoeBrunoWSOC9.
For the first time in weeks, the Mexican prosecutor who issued an arrest warrant is commenting on the Shanquella Robinson death investigation. Baja California Sur Attorney General Daniel de la Rosa Anaya made the comments during a press conference last Friday.
<p>Authorities arrested a North Carolina elementary school teacher on suspicion of assaulting a child with disabilities by using hands and objects, police in Cramerton, North Carolina, confirmed on Monday.</p>
<p><span style="font-size: 12px;">The graphic, 16-minute video released by </span>CMPD<span style="font-size: 12px;"> Tuesday evening is the latest to show the aftermath of the shooting of Scott on Sept. 20.</span></p>
<p>A North Carolina sheriff's office is warning people <a href="http://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/nc-deputies-warn-people-who-report-false-clown-sightings-near-schools/439111481">who falsely report clown sightings</a> in the area after receiving two reports Wednesday at nearby schools.</p>