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Joe Dominguez joined the FOX8 family as a general assignment reporter.

He moved to Greensboro from KRDO-TV in Colorado Springs. He covered several national news stories like the Aurora movie theater shooting, a deadly attack at New Life Church, the ousting of pastor Ted Haggard and two of the worst wildfires in the state's history. Joe was hired as the Bureau Chief before being promoted to the anchor desk.

He started his career at KWES-TV covering Midland, Odessa and much of West Texas. Work also took Joe into Mexico for one story, where he conducted a jail house interview with a U.S. citizen unfairly imprisoned on murder charges. That man was freed a few months later.

Joe has been honored several times throughout his career for his work as a reporter during breaking news and also as a sportscaster covering high school football.

Joe became a broadcast journalist after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin.

Moving to Austin while he was in high school, it's easy to understand why Joe loves discovering new music and is excited to visit the Greensboro Coliseum and other venues in the Triad for live shows.

He also enjoys baseball and good BBQ.

Recent Articles
  • Justin Outling selected as Greensboro city councilman

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Justin Outling has been selected to be Greensboro’s newest city council member. The University of North Carolina Greensboro graduate is a lawyer who has been very active since returning to the Gate City. He’s served as chairman of the city’s Minimum Standards Housing Commission. “Literally holding people’s feet to the fire to make housing better in Greensboro,” said Outling, who called his position with the organization his proudest work as a volunteer. Outling is also a leader […]

  • Shark expert: Closing Oak Island beach Monday would have been right move

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — A world-renowned shark expert said he would have closed a stretch of the Oak Island beach Monday following two severe shark attacks within two hours of each other Sunday. George Burgess is the director of the Florida Program for Shark Research. Burgess said even though the double attack is rare there’s still no explanation for why it may have occurred. The researcher said the beach should have been closed for safety and so the issue could […]

  • World Cup watch party in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Even though recreational soccer leagues usually end around Memorial Day each spring, dozens of girls across the Piedmont are finding a reason to get together and cheer on the same team on a June night. That reason is the Women’s World Cup. As the United States squared off against Sweden Friday night close to 100 people packed the deck of Kickback Jack’s in Greensboro. It was a soccer watch party put together by the Greensboro United Soccer Association. […]

  • Reynolds American purchase of Lorillard expected to be final on Friday

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — By the end of the day Friday, Reynolds American should have everything it wants from former rival Lorillard Inc. Reynolds, the second largest tobacco manufacturer in the county, is in the final stages of purchasing Lorillard, the third largest tobacco company, for $27.4 billion. The company has announced the final transactions to complete the sale should occur on Friday. The agreement was announced in July of 2014 but it had to clear multiple legal hurdles, including a […]

  • Greensboro water sampling tests positive for E. coli; 2 schools closed Thursday

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — On Wednesday morning, a water sample from a station located at Bessemer Avenue and Huffine Mill Road tested positive for E. coli. That area’s water system has been isolated from the city’s system and temporary water lines were built to redirect water to 2 schools and 13 homes in the 900 block of Huffine Mill Road. Guilford County Schools has since called off school for Bessemer Elementary School and Gateway Education Center for Thursday though teachers are expected […]

  • Walnut Cove leaders defend decision to allow core sample drilling despite criticism

    WALNUT COVE, N.C. — The Walnut Cove Town Council was standing firm on a decision to drill for a core sample, even if many in town thought they still had a chance to convince the town council to reverse the decision. On Tuesday, close to 100 people attended the town council meeting to voice their displeasure over honoring the state’s request to take a sample of the earth at fracking levels. That work began on Monday, four days ahead of […]

  • Highway Patrol hopes to stop shoulder parking along interstates

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — State troopers across North Carolina will be watching for both drivers moving too fast along the interstates and cars off the side of the roads not moving at all. On Wednesday, the Department of Public Safety announced the Highway Patrol will put a new focus on making sure cars that are pulled off the side of interstates across North Carolina are doing so due to emergency reasons. The group is trying to crack down on drivers […]

  • North Carolina Attorney General warns car buyers to steer clear of water damaged cars

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Flood problems across the nation over the last month prompted the North Carolina Attorney General’s Office to issue a consumer warning about water-ravaged vehicles. The warning is for those in the market for a new or used car with flooding across Texas and Oklahoma being so widespread. “Our hearts go out to flood victims as they work to clean up and rebuild,” said Cooper. “Even though the floods didn’t hit North Carolina, consumers here need to […]

  • Pocket neighborhood idea in Greensboro not getting warm reception

    GREENSBORO, N.C. – Neighbors on Lawndale Place in Greensboro may be surrounded by Country Park, Guilford Courthouse National Military Park and businesses along Lawndale Drive, but they don’t want to see those amenities draw a new neighborhood concept to the street. Spark Development has asked the city Zoning Commission to rezone 2.3 acres of land within the neighborhood from residential use only to a planned unit development. If approved, it would pave the way for a pocket neighborhood. The concept […]

  • Items stolen from High Point fire station while firefighters responded to call

    HIGH POINT, N.C. – Some firefighters in High Point are watching their backs as they’re responding to calls for help. Within minutes of a full call out for a kitchen fire, firefighters at station 2 in downtown High Point had called police to make sure the garage door had properly shut behind them. About three weeks ago, firefighters returned from a call to find cell phones and I Pads stolen from inside their station. “We trust people — we don’t […]

  • Downtown Winston-Salem street changes could improve safety

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A downtown street study, meant to help the city with more two-way streets and easier walking once construction on Business 40 is complete, is also giving hope to Old Salem residents that a dangerous corner could be phased out. Consultants have come up with options that would eliminate the merge from Old Salem Road to South Main Street. Drivers on those two streets also have to contend with traffic from Brookstown Avenue. One option to avoid problems includes converting […]

  • Greensboro police hoping to find welcome mat in rough neighborhoods

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Greensboro Police Department is trying to make inroads at an affordable housing development that’s been plagued by drug activity and violence for a number of years. On Wednesday, dozens of officers went door-to-door at the Smith Homes off West Florida Street to connect with neighbors and hand out information about home and car safety. It’s part of an ongoing effort to improve community relations starting with areas of the city with high crime rates. Police said […]


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