Chris Joseph

Chris Joseph

Reporter

Chris joined the WIS News 10 team in May of 2020. He's an investigative reporter who wants to represent those without a voice. Chris came from WAFF in Huntsville, Alabama and started at KOMU 8 News in Columbia, Missouri. He has degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.


Recent Articles by Chris

  Lexington School District 1 mother claims school left son unsupervised, alone by road

  3 high schools in LR5 closed Tuesday following high number of staff absences

  $4 million secured for road projects as Five Points area undergoes changes

  Newberry County leads state in COVID-19 cases per capita

  Allegations of excessive force brought against current, former Kershaw Co. deputies

  SC nursing homes grapple with staffing as they surpass grim death toll

  Church leaders mourn parishioners killed in Sumter triple homicide

  Absentee mail-in ballot data shows 4,000 ballots not counted due to failed requirements

  After marathon meeting, DHEC board postpones judgement on new midwife regulations

  Jobs coming from White Claw brewing company celebrated by Richland Co. officials

  Lexington One weighs increasing in-person days for high schoolers amid COVID-19, other transitions

  Pfizer vaccine news leaves Prisma infectious disease director cautiously excited

  In Augusta, eyes turn to the Senate races

  Columbia City Council strengthens and extends mask ordinance

Major SC party leaders weigh-in on local election results

  SC sees record-breaking voter turnout, even before Election Day

  Richland Co. Sheriff says his department is prepared for election, not expecting issues

  FBI did not report threat against Gov. McMaster, SLED says

  Orangeburg Co. Elections Office, others forced to change policies after federal ruling

  After long lines in Chapin, Lexington Co. satellite voting speeds up in W. Columbia

  State Elections Commission finds clerical error for Richland Co. voter, but vote will count

  Former RCSD deputy asks for jury trial in assault case

  Columbia leadership considering stricter measures as CPD data shows parties continue

  Demand for Meals on Wheels in Columbia spikes during pandemic

  Columbia City Council to ‘go back to drawing board’ after large gatherings over the weekend

  DHEC weekly nursing home data shows mixed access as human consequences play out

  SC health officials release plan to distribute COVID-19 vaccine once available

  As US Census comes to an end, Orangeburg Co. leaders concerned about an undercount

  RCSD: 9-year-old suspect involved in sexual assault lawsuit against Richland One

  Richland Co. election vendor gives timeline on ballot data issue, says ballots remain ‘ahead of schedule’