Paige Pauroso

Paige Pauroso

MMJ / Reporter

Charlotte, NC

Paige Pauroso is happy to call Charlotte her new home. She joined the WBTV team in June of 2019.

She graduated from Elon University with a broadcast journalism degree and a week later started work as an MMJ in Lubbock, TX where she reported on a series of high profile investigations, court cases and even chased tornadoes. That’s where she became a college sports fan, and now cheers on Texas Tech. Wreck ‘em!

In her time in Lubbock, Paige quickly became the senior reporter and weekend anchor. The one thing she loves about this job is that every day is a new story and new people to meet. Paige is an MMJ, which stands for multimedia journalist. This means Paige interviews, shoots, writes, and edits her own stories every day.

Paige calls Virginia home but she has family members from Kings Mountain and ancestors who fought in the Battle of Kings Mountain during the Revolutionary War.

In her free time, Paige likes taking her rescue pup Nelly on walks and spending time with friends.

Have a story idea? Let Paige know at and you can keep up with her work and life on social media.


  • First Place, Best Student Multimedia Report, RTDNAC, First Place, Best Student News Reporting, RTDNAC, First Place, Best Student News Photography, RTDNAC


  • Elon University, Broadcast Journalism

Recent Articles by Paige

Mecklenburg County closes all sport courts after crowded weekend

  Further restrictions on Mecklenburg County parks are possible after crowded weekend

  Waffle House closes more than 400 locations due to COVID-19, largest number in company history

  12 people hospitalized in Mecklenburg County for COVID-19, more cases expected

  People unable to file for unemployment on website after major online traffic increase

  Weddings postponed, venues lose money amid coronavirus outbreak

  Neighbors helping neighbors: Organizations, parents collect food for students during school closures

  Rich & Bennett’s St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl rescheduled due to ‘rapid evolution’ of coronavirus

  Baxter Village’s St. Patrick’s Day Festival canceled due to coronavirus

  Charlotte’s St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl to go on as planned amid coronavirus concerns

  President Trump holds ’Keep America Great’ rally in Charlotte, N.C.

  Homeland Security visits Meck County Board of Elections ahead of N.C. primary vote

  Hundreds of stolen guns already in 2020, police urging legal gun owners to be responsible

  Federal government files paperwork to seize ‘known drug house’ in south Charlotte

  Weekend shooting causes concern for Steele Creek business owners

  Experts warn of possible water damage after rain, major storms

  ‘I’ll just suck it up’; Small businesses in uptown prepare for possible loss of customers during RNC

  Man found guilty in killing of Charlotte newspaper delivery man

  Major cleanup underway in Cabarrus County after tornado touched down

  District attorney, police chief explain why SBI is taking over in-custody death investigation

  Body cam video shown as evidence in first day of trial for newspaper delivery man’s death

  District Attorney pushes to end money bonds in Mecklenburg Co., lays out other 2020 initiatives

  Family of man who died in CMPD custody demands transparency from department

  Meck Co. recommends shutting down Cook’s Fire Department, firefighters say they’re here to stay

  Gaston County, others expected to vote on becoming Second Amendment Sanctuaries in next week

  Nurse helps 71-year-old attacked by dogs at site of possible dog fighting ring

  Pregnant teen attacked near light rail station in University City area

  Veterinarians warn of parasites found in puddles after reports of sick dogs in South End

  Chief Putney addresses final 2019 crime numbers, makes plans for improvements in 2020

  Judge denies bond for man accused of killing woman during shootout while she waited in traffic