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

  DHEC begins distributing doses by regional population

  New DHEC data ranks Saluda Co. amongst the least vaccinated communities

  Future of visits for long-term care facilities unclear as vaccine program nears completion

  Teachers, school districts begin acting on vaccine plans after Phase 1B announcement

  South Carolina teachers trekking north to get vaccinated

  $25M housing aid program closes in just days after demand spikes

  As SC testing rates drop, sites slow down and drop hours

  As their water bills skyrocket, some Columbia Water customers blame their new meters

  Plaintiff in hair-pulling RCSD lawsuit looking to expand who’s held responsible

  4-year-old killed in fall from 7th floor of SC hotel

  Federal judge temporarily halts SC abortion ban

  Non-residents seeking vaccines in South Carolina

  Protestors gather outside statehouse as lawmakers vote on abortion ban

  New SC vaccine data shows gender, racial gaps in vaccine administration

  Columbia City Council’s debate over $500 mask-ordinance fines delayed

  DHEC board hears plan that would shift vaccine doses to rural counties, away from cities

  After slow start, Saluda clinic now scrambling to give vaccinations with help from DHEC

  Midlands seniors see mixed success as they attempt to get the COVID-19 vaccine

  As demand for the vaccine grows, rural clinics audible under pressure

  Vaccine appointments for those 65 and older now open

  As vaccine availability grows, Columbia father hopes those with Down Syndrome will be prioritized

  With first doses completed and case numbers dropping, Newberry nursing home doctor optimistic about the future

  Columbia City Council extends mask ordinance amid student return, vows to strengthen it

  In aftermath of hair-pulling incident, RCSD deputies gone while supervisors remain

  Rural communities benefiting from freed-up Moderna COVID-19 vaccine doses

  Kershaw Co. EMS changing patient transport policy over consequences of COVID-19

  DHEC leadership presents plan to smooth vaccine appointment process to lawmakers

  DHEC leaders say state is receiving its fair-share of COVID-19 doses

  South Carolina grappling with most COVID-19 deaths per week since pandemic began

  Clarendon County left with no vaccination options as federal distribution slows roll-out