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Blake Hanson Joins WSOC From WDSU - Posted June 13, 2014
After two years at WDSU, Blake Hanson is leaving New Orleans for Charlotte. He announced the news on Twitter: PERSONAL NEWS: Sad to leave @WDSU but excited to join the amazing team at @wsoctv next month, the #1 station in Charlotte, NC! ... [TVSpy]

North Carolina Law Enforcement Enlists WSOC Chopper in Manhunt - Posted March 14, 2014
WSOC's helicopter was enlisted for help finding a man suspected of killing of his father, stepmother and a U.S. Forest Service officer in Burke County, N.C., the ... [TVSpy]

Nate Stewart Out at WSOC - Posted January 16, 2014
TVSpy has confirmed reporter Nate Stewart is no longer with WSOC, the Charlotte, NC, ABC affiliate. A station spokesperson wouldn't comment on why he left, but said Stewart's last day was Wednesd... [TVSpy]

VIDEO: WSOC Reporter Nearly Hit By Bus During Live Shot - Posted November 11, 2013
WSOC reporter Dave Faherty had to jump out of the way to avoid getting hit by a bus during a recent live shot (video after the jump). During his coverage Billy Graham's 95th birthday par... [TVSpy]

Charlotte Anchor to Make Comeback at 91 - Posted September 27, 2013
Sixty one years after launching the WBTV news, 91-year-old Doug Mayes will take another turn as anchor for the Charlotte, NC, CBS affiliate. Mayes will sit in for the vacationing ... [TVSpy]

With Don Griffin Set to Retire, Jason Stoogenke Named WSOC Consumer Reporter - Posted August 22, 2013
After more than 30 years at WSOC, Don Griffin (left) is set to retire in September. Jason Stoogenke (right) will take his place as the C... [TVSpy]

VIDEO: Charlotte Police Chase Man Over WSOC's Front Lawn - Posted January 3, 2013
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John Humphries Named General Manager at WGAL - Posted November 30, 2012
John Humphries has been named president and general manager at WGAL, Hearst's NBC affiliate in Lancaster, Pa. Humphries comes from ... [TVSpy]

Michael Goldrick Named VP of News at WRC - Posted October 19, 2012
Michael Goldrick is joining WRC, the NBC O&O in Washington, DC as vice president of news. Since 2009, Goldrick has been news director at WPXI... [TVSpy]

A Week After Apologizing for Robinson Cano Tweet, Dan Tordjman Exits WSOC - Posted October 12, 2012
Dan Tordjman, the WSOC reporter who was forced to apologize... [TVSpy]

WSOC and Charlotte Reporter Apologize For Tweet About Yankee - Posted October 5, 2012
Dan Tordjman, the Charlotte reporter who tweeted unconfirmed rumors about Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano, has apologized to the player via twitter. Two weeks ago Tordjman posted unconfirmed rumors about Cano testing... [TVSpy]

Charlotte Reporter's Unconfirmed Tweet About Yankee Testing Positive Gets Negative Reaction - Posted September 25, 2012
Dan Tordjman, a reporter for WSOC, the ABC affiliate in Charlotte, NC, discovered firsthand the power of Twitter. Choosing two hot button topics, performance enhancing ... [TVSpy]

Diane Sawyer Stops By WSOC's Skybox at the DNC - Posted September 6, 2012
ABC's Diane Sawyer is a busy woman, but she made time today to sto... [TVSpy]

Police Credit WSOC's Chopper 9 for Arrest - Posted August 27, 2012
Chopper 9, the News Helicopter for ABC affiliate WSOC in Charlotte, North Carolina, is being credited by police for helping to catch a motorcyclist who got away from them during an early morning high-speed chase. The first video shows the WSOC news helicopter continuing to track the suspect, who reached a speed... [TVSpy]

VIDEO: Cars Crash Behind WSOC Live Shot - Posted August 24, 2012
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WSOC Retracts 'Vagina First' Graduation Story - Posted June 15, 2012
WSOC is apologizing for a series of stories covering a "controversial" high school yearbook photo that may or may not have shown an 18-year-old student lifting up her graduation gown to flash her vagina. In an ... [TVSpy]

Heart Disease Ruled Cause in January Death of Reporter Ken Ward - Posted May 4, 2012
Former WSOC reporter Ken Ward, who was found dead at his home in January, died ... [TVSpy]

Memorial Fund Established For WSOC, WFTS Reporter Ken Ward - Posted January 12, 2012
A memorial fund has been established for former WSOC reporter Ken Ward, who died last ... [TVSpy]

Few Details In Death Of WSOC, WFTS Reporter Ken Ward - Posted January 4, 2012
A cause of death has not yet been determined for reporter Ken Ward, according to the Mecklenburg County Medical Examiner's office. Ward died this ... [TVSpy]

WSOC, WFTS Reporter Ken Ward Dies At 44 - Posted January 4, 2012
Ken Ward, who until last week was a reporter at WSOC in Charlotte, died this morning of unknown causes. He was 44. Ward's last day at WSOC was December 30. ... [TVSpy]

With 2012 Election Looming, President Again Welcomes Local Reporters to White House - Posted March 24, 2011
In what appears to be an ongoing strategy to reach local viewers as the 2012 election looms on the horizon, President Obama sat down with reporters from three local stations last Frid... [TVSpy]

Charlotte's WSOC Evacuated After Woman Enters Building with a Gun - Posted December 21, 2010
WSOC in Charlotte, NC went dark shortly after the beginning of the station's 5:00 newscast as a woman armed with a gun entered the WSOC building (at left, a screen grab from WSOC at 5:05 p.m.). At least one shot was fired and Charlotte police as well as the area's... [TVSpy]

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