Prior to coming to Eyewitness News, Joe was the Sports Director and Weekday Sports Anchor at KFOX in El Paso, Texas. He began his sports broadcasting career at KJCT-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Joe has received numerous honors during his career, including Associated Press Best Sports Cast in 1997,1998, and 1999. He was also nominated for an Emmy for work on a Dallas Cowboys special and received the Crystal Award Of Excellence for the same program.
A native of Fort Collins, Colorado, Joe enjoys not only watching sports, but playing them. He also enjoys spending time with his dog Griffey, cooking and listening to music. Joe is a graduate of Colorado State University where he received a BS in Natural Science and Journalism.
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NCHSAA issues mask mandate as volleyball season begins
For the first time during this public school year, there will be sanctioned competition as both volleyball and cross country get underway this week. As of now, players in all indoor activities have a new addition to their uniforms: a mask.
LA Angels player, former Cary baseball star donates 50 pairs of shoes to Wake County kids
"I feel like when you're blessed with a blessing, it's not just yours, it's everyone else that's around you,"
Competitive dancer goes from Apex to study in London
A journey that began in kindergarten passed through Apex Friendship High School touching all the dance styles along the way. Now, dance is a desired profession and has Megan Bader studying at the London Contemporary Dance School.
Ex-basketball star Chris Wilcox helps distribute a potential COVID-19 game changer
Former Enloe High School and Maryland basketball star Chris Wilcox is distributing a potential game-changing device that's FDA approved that claims to purify the air of the novel coronavirus.
'Happy to be back': Wake County high school sports underway after long break
So far so good for Wake County's return to high school athletics. Volleyball and cross country are into their second week of workouts after a 200-day gap between sanctioned practices of any kind.
N.C. State optimistic as basketball practice finally begins
The Wolfpack, like other teams, is playing catchup as normally they would have had eight weeks in the summer to work with new and returning players.
Duke and UNC volleyball squads put rivalry aside on video promoting social justice
When it comes to Duke and North Carolina, it takes something special for athletes at the respective schools to overlook their ages-old rivalry.
Sola Hot Mini 5k going virtual in the fight against ALS
The Sola Hot Mini 5k was launched seven years ago to benefit wounded warriors. It's a cause deeply personal to Sola Coffee owner Jeanne Luther, whose dad was shot during the Korean War.
Fewer people out shopping this year means a drop in Salvation Army kettle donations. But you can still help
With fewer people expected to be out and about dropping change into its red kettles, the Salvation Army is starting early and rolling out new ways for you to be able to give from home.
ACC coaches push for all-inclusive NCAA tournament
With Duke's Mike Krzyzewski leading the charge, the ACC is pushing for an all-inclusive NCAA basketball tournament. You heard me right. A tournament with all 350 member schools.